Insanity not extreme enough? P90x lacking intensity? Well brace your man and/or lady balls for the most extreme workout on PLANET EARTH.
But somehow currently out but still enlisted soldiers get grandfathered in and stay with his plan? In other news, the crowd is as "charming" as ever.
The soundtrack to Drive deserves praise in its own right. Movie was pretty sweet too though.
Say that five times fast! The video speaks for itself. Now look, look and don't look away.
Designer Jerod Gibson has created a bunch of movie posters that feature an iconic image from each film filled with its best one-liners and quotes.
A spirited debate on the merits and downfalls of Batman's presence in Gotham. Also Aspergers.
Seems like Dr. Clark, creator of a website meant to bring people together, is reconsidering the utility of marriage. Not too surprising to hear actually, considering more dating and less marriage creates for increased repeat traffic for a dating website.
The fad known as planking has claimed its first life. Maybe now we can just stop this utterly un-amusing trend before it goes any further.
Spiritual successor to the cat eating clip posted earlier. Which was itself a follow up to a lone dog eating with his hands, with this upping the ante again with two dogs. And fancy! [Ed. note: This goes on for, like, ever. It's like a feature length art film for dogs.]
The first as well as most recent of the Glitter-bombers that got Gingrich and Bachmann, both from Minneapolis, are interviewed here to give a little cohesiveness to the new trend. I am considering now calling it the "Glitterati".
One upon a time, Tom Green had a poppin' one hit single that aired on MTV. Remember when Tom Green was relevant? Well here's your reminder.