Determined lil' fella.
A little performance by Bryan "Chibi" Gaynor.
By: SpunOne | Nov 1st, 2013 (12:21 PM)
A crook who's apparently seen The Thomas Crowne Affair too many times was able to get away with an armored truck robbery in Washington by soliciting decoys on Craigslist with the promise of a road maintenance job
By: Bubba | Nov 1st, 2013 (1:09 AM)
After years of will they or won't they, the FAA has finally given permission for airlines to allow passengers to use personal electronics for the entirety of their flights. Translation: You don't have to shut down your phone anymore. Finally.
By: Bubba | Oct 31st, 2013 (5:20 PM)
An old, sad, sorta spooky classic for Halloween.
By: SpunOne | Oct 31st, 2013 (5:18 PM)
Pictures of people when they're most askeered.
By: SpunOne | Oct 31st, 2013 (4:19 PM)
I'm highly skeptical. But, at least one reputable researcher seems to think malware might be jumping the "airgap" between computers and communicating via ultrahigh frequency audio.
Update: A reasonable look at what we know so far.
By: SpunOne | Oct 31st, 2013 (11:01 AM)
Imagine a more innocent time, before the rise of the super clubs and superstar DJs in the late 90’s, when the only genres in the magazines were simply house & garage, techno, ragga and hip hop; when jungle / drum and bass was in its infancy, born out of the rave scene which itself had just gone “happy hardcore”; when trance bore no resemblance to what it would become just a couple of years later and Fabric was still 6 years from opening…and no one had even heard of a CDJ, let alone an mp3.
By: SpunOne | Oct 31st, 2013 (10:37 AM)
GAMERGRAN87 says: "Sorry about the language everyone but I got a letter from British Gas and I had to let my anger out!" (Language NSFW, obviously)
By: Bubba | Oct 30th, 2013 (12:23 PM)
The rules require it. The video makes it....interesting.
By: Bubba | Oct 26th, 2013 (2:04 AM)
I went through first 52 years of the SSA records and pulled out some of the best boy and girl names from the 900 to 1,000 range for each year. Together, they make for great couples.
By: Bubba | Oct 24th, 2013 (5:27 PM)
Though our favorite television meth lord supreme is no more, you can dust off his pork pie hat and become the new virtual Heisenberg!
Click to make meth! Click to sell meth! Click to get better at making and selling meth! And when your boss walks by and asks if he can click one time, resolutely yell at him, "I AM THE ONE WHO CLICKS!"
Don't fall asleep on trains in India. You might end up adopted out to Australians needing Google Maps to find your way back home 26 years later.
By: effeminateSWANK | Oct 17th, 2013 (12:41 PM)
Bad Lip Reading takes on Game of Thrones and creates MEDIEVAL LAND FUN-TIME WORLD.
By: effeminateSWANK | Oct 17th, 2013 (10:38 AM) | Thanks: JT Wood
Fantastic footage (shot from an RC hexacopter) of the recent SpaceX Grasshopper rocket launch.
By: SpunOne | Oct 16th, 2013 (9:06 AM)
See through the eyes of Felix Baumgartner as he completes his world record breaking jump from the stratosphere!
By: SpunOne | Oct 15th, 2013 (12:41 PM)
In his latest project, Hysterical Literature, photographer Clayton Cubitt takes a beautiful woman, places her at a table in front of a black backdrop and gets her to read from her favorite book while an unseen accomplice below the table attempts to bring the woman to orgasm with a vibrator. The results are an intimate, sexy experience that captures a beauty rarely found in most modern pornography. (No nudity, but obviously NSFW.)
By: Bubba | Oct 14th, 2013 (7:21 PM) | Thanks: PyroMonkey
This video shows the changing front lines of the European Theater of World War II every day from the German invasion of Poland to the surrender of Germany.
For miners working during the Soviet regime, it was not an ideal commute. After an 18 hour shift, they would file into these tiny 'metal coffins' dangling over the steep slopes and gorges surrounding the town of Chiatura in Georgia.
But despite its rusty and ageing appearance, the 1950's transport system still takes workers in and out of the valley every day, and is one of the most incredible engineering spectacles in the world.
Go that way, very fast. If something gets in your way, turn.
Hover, originally included with Windows 95 discs, now available to you in browser form. Now we just need a browser version of Space Cadet.
Guillermo del Toro creates the Couch Gag for this years Treehouse of Horror episode.
Spot the references!
Box explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.
MIT researchers "accidentally" stumbled on a remarkable new property in a nickel superalloy that could change the way we approach architecture, industrial design, cars — you name it. The team, led by graduate student Guoqiang Xu, found that when force is applied to a crack in the metal to pull it apart, the damaged areas counter-intuitively fused together. The superalloy self-repaired.
By: Bubba | Oct 10th, 2013 (4:04 PM)
A vacation is supposed to be your time away from the crazy. Remind me never to travel to any of the same vacation spots these people have booked. I'll take that upgrade and trade you a bus tour of "OH MY GOD THESE PEOPLE ARE NUTS!"
These are actual complaints received from dissatisfied customers by Thomas Cook Vacations (based on a Thomas Cook/ABTA survey). I can only pray that some of them were just trolling.
By: Bubba | Oct 10th, 2013 (1:32 PM)
“This is an intolerable mockery of the social system and the people of the DPRK and a serious human rights abuse that politicizes sports and discriminates against the Koreans,” KCNA, North Korea’s official news outlet, stated in a release.
By: Bubba | Oct 9th, 2013 (3:29 PM)
What if telekinesis was real? How would you react? Our hidden camera experiment captures the reactions of unsuspecting customers at a New York City coffee shop as they witness a telekinetic event.
A short sci-fi film that was both written and acted by drunk people. Very well-made and pretty funny. Behind the scenes footage (drunken antics) here.
By: Bubba | Oct 8th, 2013 (4:16 PM) | Thanks: CalvinHobbes
"This is a map created by Josh Stevens displaying the 3,313 North American Bigfoot sightings collected by the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization in the last 92-years. It's crazy to think that behind every single one of those little purplish dots there's either a liar, crazy person, or someone who refuses to admit they need eyeglasses."