Friday, May 27, 2016

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15 Things You May Not Know About The Andy Griffith Show. Eddie Deezen has the lowdown.

Jonathan Lawrence was the third director hired to shoot the film Empires of the Deep, but the first of three to direct the actual shooting. The story of what went on behind the scenes at Atavist magazine is a fascinating look at how culture clash can suck millions of dollars down the drain. (via Digg)     

The Inevitable, Intergalactic Awkwardness of Time Capsules.

Volunteers are fueling the growth of orphanages in Uganda. They need to stop. (via Metafilter)

All-Night French Fries with T-Rex: Seattle's Trippiest Rock-Poster Artist Tells All. 

Ranking the Romances of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some are meant to be, while others are just phones in.

I Tried To Follow 8 Different High School Dress Codes And It Was Frustrating. Believe  it or not, uniforms are easier.

New Zealand Has A Cave Full Of Glowworms, And It’s Wholly Surreal. It fits in well with the Middle-Earth esthetic.

15 Unrepentantly Trashy Beach Reads for Summer 2016. You might even enjoy them stuck in a flyover state.

The scientific case for being super busy. Your hurried schedule says good things about you.

The Realization

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Discriminating Criminal

Du Hast (Polka Version)

Rammstein appeals to everyone!


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Welcome To A Supercut

Burger Fiction’s latest supercut is a welcome change. It’s nice to be welcomed. I think you’ll recognize the majority of these films, not least because many of them have the title in the clip. The word “welcome” will sound really silly by the time this is through. You’re welcome. (via Tastefully Offensive)

Drunk Australians Answer American Trivia Questions

Okay, this premise is guaranteed to be funny. There’s really no reason that Australians should know these things about the United States, but they have a few drinks and give it their best shot anyway. Need I say this contains NSFW language? It does. Anyway, some of these folks know more about America, even drunk, than Americans know about Australia. Honestly, can you name the capital of Australia without looking it up? (via Buzzfeed)

Puppy Training

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Sound Blaster: The Sound Card that Enabled Multimedia. A bit of geek nostalgia.

Why Are There Violent Rabbits In The Margins Of Medieval Manuscripts? (via Metafilter)

What Not to Wear After Age 50: The Final Say in Very Adult Language. (Thanks, Dawn!)

Beatrix Potter Based Peter Rabbit On Her Pothead Bunny. Benjamin Bouncer was her beloved Belgian hare from 1885 to 1892.

Massachusetts McDonald’s Is Waging Sign War With Liquor Store. (via Neatorama)

“You stupid darkness!” and 29 other Peanuts quotes for everyday use. With context and explanations for each.

I've eaten on $2 a day and tried living on an $8.15-an-hour salary in NYC — here is my single best tip for saving money. You probably already do it.

A pop-up Himeji Castle made with LEGO. A LEGO construction you can unfold like a book!

What it’s like to look for love on a clown dating site. Turns out that niche dating sites can be short on niche people.

We Love Who They Aren't: 7 Famous Impostors. A fake identity could land you in jail, or in a movie.

Movie Night

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Calvin & Hobbes: Art Before Commerce

Everyone loved Calvin and Hobbes, and they still do, even though the comic ceased over twenty years ago. What is it that made the strip so special? Bill Watterson never phoned it in. He held his comic to the highest standard until he ran out of things to say …and then he quit. The strips never had a chance to become repetitive or cliched. But that’s not all there was to it. Even all these years later, seeing a Calvin and Hobbes strip is a delight. Little boys with vivid imaginations will always be with us, as well as the philosophical questions they have about our confusing world.   

Wednesday, May 25, 2016


Get in the Boat!

When the captain tell you to get in the boat, you better not waste any time! A playground at Munson Park in Monroe, Michigan, is the setting for an epic high seas adventure. When you’re James Hashimoto, the Action Movie Kid, you can go with the flow, because you know that sooner or later, the stories in your adventure will come to life on video. But even if you aren’t, your parents can learn to do this from the tutorials his dad shares. You can see how this particular video was made here. (via Metafilter)

Nobody's Perfect

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Syncopated Ladies Salute Prince

Today is National Tap Dance Day! You might think tap is an obsolete form of dance, but the troupe Syncopated Ladies puts a modern twist to their routines.
Here they dance to Prince’s song “When Doves Cry.” They dance in perfect rhythm with very little repetition in the routine. This had to take some real work to learn.

Want to see more tap? Check out these 12 famous tap dance routines.

He Stole the Show

It’s the senior talent show. The entire student body has already sat through singers, musicians, and drama students with amazing talent that they’ve seen dozens of times before. Then this guy steps up. He has one talent, and he wrings all the drama he can out of it. Well, to be honest, he probably has other talents. Like showmanship, and making a lot of friends. How else would you draw a standing ovation for tossing a water bottle? The other question is, how long did he train to master this maneuver? (via Viral Viral Videos)

16 Hours



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Victor Gabriel Rocine and His Heads. Judging character by the shape of one’s head and face.

Everything is a Remix: The Force Awakens. JJ Abrams recycles elements in all his movies, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

How 4chan trolls plan to help Donald Trump win the White House. Some people just want to see the world burn.

These Rescued Baby Beavers Will Melt Your Heart. The four kits were taken in as newborns and raised by hand.

Time Trap: How Escape From the Planet of The Apes Was Ahead of Its Time. It was a “sequel, prequel, and reboot” that had to be made due to the demand for more sequels.

10 Lost Islands. Volcanoes, earthquakes, and changing sea levels make them appear and disappear again.

This Comic Sums up Why All Women Need Feminism for Different Reasons.

Sick Dog Who Was To Be Euthanized Gets Diagnosed Just In Time. And he’s recovering nicely.

Why America is about to start freaking out about babies. With the birth rate so low, our demographics may change forever.

Finals Week in Graphs and Charts. Aren’t you glad that’s over for another semester! 


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