Friday, September 30, 2016

Unfortunate Juxtaposition

Monsters of Rock Moscow '91

Hard to believe now that the fall of the Soviet Union was 25 years ago. During that tumultuous process, on September 28, 1991, the Monsters of Rock show was staged in Moscow. A crowd of 1,600,000 people showed up to celebrate the freedom to enjoy Western rock music. Watch the full concert. 

Salsa Tequila

Americans may get the impression that Europeans speak all European languages, mainly because they often learn several languages. That’s not the case, as demonstrated by Norwegian comedian Anders Nilsen. A couple of years ago, he produced a song in Spanish. Nilsen doesn’t speak Spanish, as is made clear in the song, which consists of random Spanish words, names, and phrases, relying heavily on menu items. Nilsen wanted to make the point that a song could become a hit even if the lyrics make no sense.

"Salsa Tequila" indeed became a hit in several northern European countries: Norway, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, and Sweden. The tune is certainly catchy, but was the song a hit because people got the joke, or in spite of it? In Spain, southern Europe, and the Americas, it’s obviously a nonsense song, but it still could have been popular.

Other versions of the song were produced by various folks in German, Dutch, Finnish, and a mishmash of Scandinavian languages. (via reddit)

13 More Punny Halloween Costumes

It's that time of year again. Prepare yourself for another round of people dressed as visual gags among the vampires and witches. The best pun costumes make people look at you, think for a moment, and then laugh. Here are some that might make you laugh right now, in a list I compiled for mental_floss.

Scary Thought

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An Essay on the Greatness of Gilligan's Island. Eddie Deezen shares the love.

Donald Trump Wants You To Believe He’s Smart, When It’s Really More Important That He’s Good.

Target Cashier Gets A Big Reward For His Viral Act Of Kindness.

The Man Who Almost Missed Puberty. He should have seen a doctor years earlier.

A Canadian Bride’s Broken Zipper Was Fixed By A Syrian Refugee Staying Next Door. The master tailor didn’t speak any English, but saved the wedding with his skills.

Horses Can Be Taught to Communicate With Us Using Symbols. Particularly if it gets them a nice warm blanket.

The Mystical Early Pennsylvania Settler Who Lived in a Cave. Johannes Kelpius was a devout Protestant who also practiced astrology, numerology, and alchemy.

How an L.A. Printer Kept the Art of the Album Cover Alive. Read about the history and the art of record jacket printing.

How the 'war on drugs' actually encourages drug addiction. And fills all our prisons.

The Doonesbury Trump retrospective proves that Garry Trudeau had Drumpf's number all along.

Tabby Cat Song

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Which Restroom?

The international symbols for restrooms in the UK can be confusing. Should he use the restroom for people wearing pants, or the one for people with one leg? Maybe he should get a kilt to be sure! This Vine is from Josh Sundquist, who is a master of amputee humor, as well as soccer and Halloween costumes. (via reddit)

Thursday, September 29, 2016

$4 Bill

Animated Indiana Jones Fan Film

Animator and lifelong Indiana Jones fan Patrick Schoenmaker produced an opening sequence for an Indiana Jones TV series. The only problem is that there is no animated Indiana Jones TV series. At least not yet.

Schoenmaker did some artwork for Lucasfilm to promote Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. This animated sequence has been a side project of his ever since, and it’s finally been unveiled. He talked to Inverse about it
My main idea was not to make a trailer that would have just been an excuse to take some random scenes and edit them together to look cool. I wanted a story, but I didn’t have the time to make it a full short, so instead, I came up with something like the intro to the Batman animated series.

It boiled down the feel and essence of any Batman story into a one-minute intro. It’s a great short film by itself because it makes you hungry for the episode, so I took that approach.
Well, there he’s nailed the biggest flaw in the video: it’s too short. If Lucasfilm would just hire him, he could work on Indiana Jones full-time. (via Den of Geek)

Mazda Tribute

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Possum Recipe

(Thanks, Peggy!)

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9 Awesome 3D-Printed Animal Prosthetics. A breakthrough for technology, and a second chance at life for them.

These eye-tracking heat maps show what people really care about. In ads, it’s often not the product for sale.

How George Washington Used Vaccines to Help Win the Revolutionary War. He was fighting both the British and smallpox.

Identical twins share their most embarrassing mix-up stories. If you have a twin, you’re always hoping he or she behaves.

Here's All The Vines Worth Six Seconds Of Your Time This Week. Especially the French bulldog and the guy with the tree.

Here’s Your List Of The Last Day To Register To Vote In Every State. But don’t put it off until the last minute.

Chuck Tingle live-Tweeted the presidential debate and made it sound way more interesting. (via Metafilter)

Colma, The Town Of The Dead.

Do Women Have to Talk Like Men to Be Taken Seriously? And Should They?

Meet the Man Who Made Up the Klingon Language

Popular Cat Activity #37

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The Hillary Shimmy Song

Jonathan Mann enjoyed the presidential debate Monday night and was inspired to write a song about it. It’s pretty catchy! Well, if your opponent was hanging himself with his own rope, you’d feel like a little shimmy, too. (via Uproxx)

Wednesday, September 28, 2016


Tiny Lasagna

Watch this guy, or his fingertips, prepare the tiniest lasagna you ever saw! He boils the pasta, browns the meat, grates and mixes the cheese, and then layers it all into a matchbox-sized baking pan.

The finished product is about one bite of lasagna for a human, but it bet it was one delicious bite. The video is from Jay Baron of Walking With Giants, a channel that has plenty of miniature cooking videos. (via Metafilter)


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How Much Would it Cost to Live on the Moon?

Forty-five years ago, we thought colonizing the moon was surely in our future. But once the space race was won, the moon was found to be not useful enough to justify the expense. And the expense of getting there was astronomical. Maybe that’s where the word came from. Our dream of living on the moon would be even more expensive. This video from Whenever Productions explains the economics of space colonization. The planned Mars mission looks different when you look at it from the financial side. The Apollo missions also look different. Did we really spend that much money just to beat the Soviets to the moon? (via Digg)


CCTV is Watching You

CCTV cameras are watching you. If you do something wrong, they will catch you, and it’s too late to hide your identity once the deed is done. This pickpocket realized he was on camera, pondered his options, and had to quickly change his plans. Sweet!

Rasheed Parakkal produced and starred in this short film called New God that was used for a TV ad promoting security cameras in Kerala, India. People shared an edit of the video with no indication that it was intentionally-produced, and Parakkal received plenty of grief when people assumed he was a real thief caught on camera.
“By using a CCTV angle to shoot the movie, we were trying to make it in all truthfulness and as close to reality. Little did I know that it will get picked up in this way,” he said. And Parakkal doesn’t know whether to be happy or sad about it. On one hand, he’s happy people thought it was an actual CCTV grab, because that would mean his acting and the whole set-up seemed original. “But I am obviously disappointed because it was my original work that someone tampered with for his short-term amusement,” he said over the phone from Wadakanchery.
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A Sweeping Success. The diverse talents of Professor Roy Glauber.

The Funniest Tweets About Monday Night’s Presidential Debate.

Why No One Calls Me Fat Anymore. Spoiler: because he’s a transman, and men don’t get fat-shamed like women do.

What Is Shakespeare’s Most Popular Play? You might be surprised. 

President Obama Met Leonardo DiCaprio And It Turned Into A Meme.

A Health Benefit of Riding Roller Coasters. (Thanks, John Farrier!) 

The 15 Worst Episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series. Even when they were train wrecks, we couldn’t stop watching.

This is Banned Books Week. This year, LGBTQ and Other “Diverse” Books Lead the Banned Books List.

18 Tweets about physics that will make you laugh. There’s a little astronomy and chemistry in there, too.

The average American woman is now a size 16. Here’s what that really means. It’s just a number. 


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Flushing Mercury Down the Toilet

Mercury is a dense metal, but it’s also liquid, which makes it a rather odd substance to play with experiment with. The same volume of mercury is 13 times heavier than water. Mad scientist CodyDon Reeder wondered if you could flush mercury down a toilet. No, not your toilet, because it’s dangerous to put mercury in the sewer system. But a working toilet with a closed water system? Let’s see.

He also wondered how much mercury it would take to stop up a toilet, and then what would it be like to flush a toilet with mercury and no water! A toilet tank of mercury weighs about 240 pounds, so that in itself presented challenges, but Cody managed to do it. This is way more interesting than it should be. YouTube commenters say he should be nominated for an Ig Nobel next year. (via Metafilter)

Tuesday, September 27, 2016


Bossa Nova Du Hast

The perfect thing to start a Sunday morning, a little Rammstein! But this isn’t like anything you’ve heard from them before. Is that Rammstein or Jazzstein? Andy Rehfeldt did all the music and perfectly synched it to Rammstein’s concert video. (via Viral Viral  Videos)

They Asked for a Coffee with Bailey's

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Backwards Thru Time with Sam Klemke

Sam Klemke recorded some footage of himself every year from 1977 through at least 2011 (and probably more since then). In this video, small clips are shown in reverse order. This project was made into a documentary. While we see him getting younger, he constantly talks about how old he is getting. I suppose that’s normal. Today is my birthday, and I can’t help but think about how I’ve never been this old. Yet I think the same thought every year. (via reddit

Tweet of the Day

You can read more Tweets about last night's debate at Uproxx.

15 Amazing Animal Reunions

If these long-lost animals could talk, they’d have quite a story to tell. As it is, their adventures remain a mystery. Their missing years and glorious reunions highlight the importance of microchipping your pets, so they can be accurately identified in case something goes wrong. Read the stories of 15 lovely reunions in a list I posted at mental_floss.

In the Bathroom

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Animals That Changed History. And they still have an influence.

What Really Happened to the Grand Duchess Anastasia? Her fate was not fully revealed until 2007.

How Beige Took Over American Homes. It wasn’t for our pleasure; it was for the resale value.

What we know as “curry” has a long and curious history. The only place that doesn’t have a curry tradition is India.

What It Feels Like to Be the "Fat Person" Nobody Wants to Sit Next To. It’s particularly bad on airplanes.

An Oral History of ALF.

A rundown of historical New York City bombings

Australia sits on the world’s fastest-moving tectonic plate, and manages to constantly drift relative to the world’s other land masses, about 2.7 inches a year. That doesn’t seem like much, but for GPS coordinates, it soon become a lot. (via Digg)
Barack Obama and Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Ultimate Exit Interview. (via Metafilter)

The Death-Defying Sport Known as Auto Polo. It was a 20th-century Thunderdome.

Hot Dogs

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Horses Find This Funny

A man tries to back a horse trailer into a spot at the stable. He’s not very good at it. The horses find this hilarious. Their laughter is infectious! This ad is trying to sell us something hi-tech, but all I heard was laughing horses. (via Tastefully Offensive)

Monday, September 26, 2016


Newspaper headline writers take their fun where they can. (via Bad Newspaper)

Batman vs. Batman

Batman v Superman was not as well received as expected. How to improve on that? Screen Rant had a genius idea: Batman against Batman. Specifically, Batmna played by Christian Bale vs. Batman played by Ben Affleck. Oh yeah, Michael Keaton gets thrown into the mix, too. And George Clooney. Did you see Val Kilmer? I didn’t. Anyway, Batman vs. Batman would be a much more evenly matched fight, and probably pretty dirty, too. (via Geeks Are Sexy)

The Statue's Revenge

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Pen Pineapple Apple Pen

Japanese comedian Kosaka Daimaou, whose real name is Kazuhiko Kosaka, has a character he does named Piko-Taro. Here, Piko-Taro sings a little ditty about pens and pineapples. It doesn’t make a bit of sense, but since he posted it one month ago, it’s been covered and remixed by dozens of YouTubers. Now if you see the abbreviation PPAP or see ✒️🍍 🍎 ✒️, you’ll known what it means. Well, good luck getting that tune out of your head the rest of the day. (via Metafilter)

The Modern Photo-Op

And that's how you do 100 selfies at once. (via reddit)


John Oliver is back, in fine form. On Last Week Tonight last night, he talked about the scandals that are attached to both presidential candidates. Only the latest are examined, thank goodness, or the video would be years long. Yeah, Trump is ethically compromised to a massive degree, but what worries me is how so many voters admire him for exactly that.  

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The Boy Who Saved Batman. Michael Uslan turned the camp figure into the Dark Knight.

You Have Less Than Two Weeks To Register To Vote In Some States. Get It Out Of The Way Now.

Roadside Curiosities: Things That Make You Go "What the Heck?"

The police blotter at The Flathead Beacon is always entertaining. Thursday’s was a real hoot. (via Dave Barry)

This is why Trump will win the election. more people see Tomi Lahren on Facebook than watch network news.

Why The Princess Bride is a Perfect Fantasy Movie. Because it’s got something for everyone.

Magical Life Advice from Muppets Creator Jim Henson. He was always looking at the bright side.

10 Secrets of Filming Reality TV Shows. Starring in one ca’t be worth the headaches and humiliation.

The Absurdist Theme Park Where Confederates Win and Dinosaurs Roam. Dinosaur Kingdom II is Mark Cline’s bizarre collection of attractions you can visit.

The rise of the 'bedless hospital.’ It’s cheaper, and probably safer, to recuperate at home.

Dudley Do-Right

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You can read about RCMP officer Jason Pinder here.  (Thanks, Anonymous commenter!)

My Car Plays Jazz With His Glove Box

Duncan de Heusden has a squeaky glove box in his car. It’s more than that. When the glove box is opened, it plays a little riff that sounds a bit like a French horn. So he recorded it. And then he started playing around with the recording. Soon, he was singing along and mixing in other sounds. Before you know it, he had a full-blown composition built around his squeaky glove box. You can hear it any time at SoundCloud. (via Laughing Squid)

Sunday, September 25, 2016

As It Happens


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The Staten Island Ferry Disaster Memorial and Museum

Warning: this video contains NSFW language.

Do you recall the Staten Island Ferry Disaster of 1963? The news flew under the radar because it happened on the morning of November 22, and the media became overwhelmingly focused on the assassination of John F. Kennedy. But now there’s a memorial and a museum dedicated to the memory of the disaster and those who lost their lives. From the memorial page:
It was close to 4am on the quiet morning of November 22, 1963 when the Steam Ferry Cornelius G. Kolff vanished without a trace. On its way with nearly 400 hundred people, mostly on their way to work, the disappearance of the Cornelius G. Kolff remains both one of New York’s most horrific maritime tragedies and perhaps its most intriguing mystery. Eye witness accounts describe “large tentacles” which “pulled” the ferry beneath the surface only a short distance from its destination at Whitehall Terminal in Lower Manhattan. Nobody on board survived and only small pieces of wreckage have been found…strangely with large “suction cup-shaped” marks on them. The only logical conclusion scientists and officials could point to was that the boat had been attacked by a massive octopus, roughly half the size of the ship. 
You can find out more about the memorial and the attached museum at its website. You can even get a memorial t-shirt. Residents of Staten Island were surprised by the sudden opening of the memorial, but that’s to be expected, because it was 53 years ago. It also didn’t happen. The story  is hoax by artist Joe Reginella, a Staten Island native who has been handing out brochures for the memorial. The memorial does exist, if you can find it, but the museum does not. The ferry Cornelius G. Kolff existed at one time, but was not attacked by a giant octopus. The t-shirts, of course, are real. The brochures, t-shirts, and the actual statue depicting a ferry being devoured by a tentacled monster will go a long way toward perpetuating the urban legends city dwellers like to tell tourists. (via Metafilter)


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Magic Markers

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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Do You Know This Man?

Two Handed Snake sings "Trust in Me"

Mike Phirman does a snake puppet that lip-syncs (if a snake had lips) to the song Sterling Holloway sang in The Jungle Book. Actually, he doesn’t even have a puppet -he’s using just his two hands! It’s a trick that’s as mesmerizing as the animated sequence, simply because he’s so good at it. (via reddit)

Adopting a Dog

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Paralyzed Bulldog Gets Prosthetic Legs

This story is a couple of years old, but it’s so cute it’s worth sharing. Spencer’s back legs are paralyzed. You may wonder how prosthetic legs help a paralyzed dog, and it doesn’t appear that they amputated his legs. I believe (and I may be wrong) that the new legs are fitted over his existing legs, and act as a brace so that he can use his upper thigh muscles to control his lower leg movement. And the shoes she gave him are fabulous! (via Metafilter)

The Rifleman

This morning my husband was watching The Rifleman on TV, while I heard the dialogue in my office. The show did its best to showcase morality tales as Lucas McCain imparted life lessons to his son. This episode was about discrimination against a Chinese father and son. There was an altercation between the two boys, which came about when Mark McCain compared the newcomer to a girl. Rightfully, he got his lesson in cultural differences and why a Chinese boy of the time period would wear a queue. All was forgiven, and the father was allowed to open a laundry in the Western town. It was a comically gentle depiction of racism, but progressive for its time. 

However, looking from the vantage point of 2016, it strikes me how normal it was that being called girlish or anything to do with girls was a genuine insult and worth fighting over. No one in the 1950s and ‘60s questioned that. While delivering a morality tale on discrimination, the show blithely perpetuated another form of it with no thought at all. I well recall those days, and that’s the way things were. No wonder I spent a big part of my childhood wanting to be a boy -not necessarily because I felt like I should have been a boy, or because boys were inherently better, but because boys were held in higher esteem and regarded as normal humans, while girls were some other kind of thing. And that was rarely even questioned.          

LA Gifathon

A video posted by James Curran (@slimjimstudios) on

Last spring, animator James Curran gave us a month of gifs illustrating life in New York City. In July, he spent a month in Los Angeles and created a new gif every day for 30 days based on his activities. This video shows all of them strung together with music.

You can see each individual gif at his website. (via Viral Viral Videos)

Arthur Spanks

Don't Let the Cat Out

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Friday, September 23, 2016


Breaking Bad: An Episode Of Reactions

Three years later, and we are still talking about Breaking Bad. Maybe it’s because it’s been long enough that fans are going back to binge-watch the whole thing. Evan “The Nerdwriter” Puschak put together a closer look at the most memorable episode of the series, “Ozymandias.” While we are getting a discussion from a filmmaker’s point of view, remember that it was an emotionally draining episode. If you haven’t seen it, this contains spoilers, of course. (via Laughing Squid)

Cutie Pie

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TV Doctor Reviews TV Doctors

Ken Jeong of the sitcom Dr. Ken is an actor, but he’s also a medical doctor, unlike most TV doctors, who only play one on TV. Here he gives his reviews of fictional doctors from movies and television, from Dr. Oz to Dr. House to Dr. Pepper. (via Tastefully Offensive)

The End of the Open Door Policy

My husband has been talking about installing a cat flap so we don’t spend all our time letting the four cats in and out. I am wary of cutting a hole in the house, so we compromised and got a fabric mesh screen for the back door. So this summer, we left the back door open for the cats except during the hottest part of the day.

The cats made friends with a new Siamese cat in the neighborhood. Occasionally I would find the cat in the kitchen, eating cat food. I would chase it out, proclaiming “You don’t live here!” The cat got bolder. My daughter called me upstairs to help her with a “critter.” I’ve helped her chase birds and bats out, but she thought there was a possum under her bed. No, it was the Siamese cat. How did a cat who is afraid of us make it upstairs? 

My daughter then left for college. I took a bag of garbage out one day and spotted a small possum in the garbage can. He did not want to come out. I had to dump the entire can on its head to get him out, while my cats gathered around to watch. Did they chase the possum off? No, they followed him under a vehicle to watch. Apparently, they made friends.

Not long afterward, I walked in the kitchen at night to find the possum eating cat food! I chased it out, and scolded the cats. I didn’t want four cats in the first place, so you’d think that at least one of them would try to make sure the house was vermin-free. That’s when we discontinued the open door policy. I started shutting the back door at night as well as the afternoon. I still left it open for a couple of hours during morning and evening.

However, there were two mornings when I discovered that the possum had sneaked in before dark and stayed in all night. “You don’t live here!” If you’ve ever dealt with a possum, you know that it would rather hide than run, so it was not easy to get him to go outside, even after being shut in overnight. From then on, the door was only opened when one of us humans was standing there. That was about a week ago. No one entered or left without us seeing.

The cats have always come and gone through the back door, because it’s glass and we can see them asking to come in. Twice during the past week, I saw the possum looking through the back door, as if I was going to let it in to eat, like the cats.

So last night, I heard some infernal yowling in the laundry room (where the back door is). It was the Siamese cat! I opened the back door and approached the cat, who, instead of running out the door, ran back through the kitchen and up the stairs! The only way that cat could have been inside was …she’s been in here for a week. There are two empty beds and a  litter box up there, and I don’t go upstairs any more often than I have to. She could have easily sneaked downstairs to eat at night. And now she was surprised and frightened to find the door was closed.

I got my husband to hold the back door open (lest a possum come in), and I chased the cat out from under a bed upstairs. The cat ran downstairs, into the living room. When I flushed it out, it ran back upstairs. I chased the cat down a second time, and then blocked off the stairwell with a piece of paneling. I yelled “You don’t live here!” I swear the cat meowed, “But I do!” The cat ran to the kitchen, but took a right turn into the pantry and hid behind a Dutch oven. There’s barely room to stand in there, much less chase something. I ended up throwing a towel over the cat and pulling her out, while she desperately clung to the shelf.

We managed to get the cat outside, so now we are down to four cats again. And no possum for the moment. But the laundry room smells like terrified cat pee.

I don’t think we are going to install a cat flap.  

Hillbilly Recycling

Continuing the series of old mental_floss articles that I don't have in my archives, here's one I wrote back in the spring of 2008 about some of my personal home projects, meant to save money by reusing what I've got. I've since learned the difference between the terms "recycling" and "reusing." Enjoy Hillbilly Recycling.

Veterinary Clinic

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Running the Seasons

FomBBK wore a GoPro camera for an entire year while he did his daily run around Bozeman, Montana. Then he strung together the best footage so you can see his entire run in different seasons and weather. Eventually he is joined by other runners. The finished product is hypnotic, and when it was done, I felt like I’d jogged several miles. Ha! How would I know what that feels like? (via reddit)

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Jerry Lewis' Flop TV Talk Show. Eddie Deezen tells the story.

How Cats Conquered the World (and a Few Viking Ships).

25 Facts About Lethal Weapon.

375 Top Scientists Warn Us Not To Vote For Trump.

The 100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time. As compiled from the opinions of those who were there.

15 Delicious Ways To Take Your Apple Cider Obsession To The Next Level. Use cider to make your other treats more delicious.

A Photographer Captured The Multi-Colored Magic Of Hummingbirds. You rarely see them stand still long enough to admire the plumage.

Trevor Noah on the Terence Crutcher Shooting and America’s Scary Normalizing of Racial Division. It’s not comedy, but it hits the nail right on the head.

11 Web Toys and Generators to Waste Your Time. There’s always time for a little fun!

Dinner Theater

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Thursday, September 22, 2016



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Refugee Crisis

Jon Oliver, who is back on TV after a long vacation, talks about the refugee crisis.

Lawnmower vs. Apple-Thieving Moose

Somewhere in Norway, a møøse is helping himself to the apples on a backyard tree. The suburban homeowner, knowing that møøse can be dangerous, does not approach the møøse. Instead, he sends in his robotic lawnmower! Who will win in this epic standoff? The answer is a lesson in why you don’t chase a møøse out of the backyard yourself. Bonus: Oddly inappropriate music. (via Tastefully Offensive)


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The KLF: A Tale of Creative Destruction. Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty stretched the limits of how weird a musical career could be.

After the Vietnam War, America Flew Planes Full of Babies to the U.S. Operation Babylift was dangerous, chaotic, and possibly unethical.

The best YouTube videos are 30 seconds or shorter—and here's the proof. And they rarely come with unstoppable pre-roll ads.

What I Pledge Allegiance To. (via Metafilter)

How 17 famous companies got their quirky names. We’re do used to them we forget how weird they once sounded.

Meet Kenya’s Only Ice Hockey Team. The don’t have a name, or the funds to attend competitions, but they have the only ice rink in the country.

Adapting Forrest Gump turned a caustic satire into a sentimental romance. And of the two, the movie made more sense.

Stop hiding things in your sock drawer! A less cliché spot would be better for your valuables.

Inside The “Alt-Right’s” White Nationalist, Pro-Trump Press Conference


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