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  • ‘Mike Tyson Mysteries’ Cartoon on Adult Swim Wins Over Comic-Con

    Mike Tyson teased a trailer at Comic-Con for his new mystery cartoon set to premiere on Adult Swim this fall. The series features Tyson, Norm Macdonald as a pigeon, Jim Rash as a turn-of-the-century-ghost and Rachel Ramras as the brains. Tyson and the gang will be solving out of this world mysteries ‘Scooby Doo’ style.

  • The Most Overused Buzzwords of 2014 as Told by ‘Stock Photo’ Scott

    Since the dawn of the Madison Ave ad age buzzwords have been as important as integrating after work drinks with epic expense accounts. With the help of a dozen anonymous influencer friends at game-changing disruptive marketing, advertising and PR agencies we pulled together this list of the most overused buzzwords that drive PR, advertising and marketing pros simply crazy. We’ve called upon “Stock Photo” Scott to act out the literal meaning of each overused office buzzword to present the most epically robust buzzword list of 2014. Let’s circle back in a few and try it again after the dust settles. If this list relates to you at all share it with your friends and tell us the words that we missed on twitter using the hashtag #buzzwords.

  • Watch The Simpsons-Family Guy Crossover 5 Minute Trailer

    Over the weekend we finally had a chance to get a glimpse at the much feared/anticipated Simpsons-Family Guy crossover with a five minute trailer. The video begins with the Griffins visiting Springfield and then boom right off the bat a haymaker is thrown by Peter, “and don’t drink the water, everybody in this town looks like they have hepatitis”. We can only hope the show is just that. Two juggernauts of animated comedy going punch for punch in a crossover show. Duking it out in an Ali vs Frasier comedy bout. The trailer even shows a glimpse of Bob from Bob’s Burgers and Cleveland essentially crashing and burning.

  • Watch Nic Cage as Superman in a Movie Tim Burton Nearly Made

    Deep in the heart of the ’90s Tim Burton set out to make a new era of Superman movie. Similar to his resurgence of the Batman franchise, Burton would put his own spin on Superman and make a movie very similar to the Man of Steel franchise out now. With the help of Kevin Smith a new era of Superman was almost born. And yes, Nicolas Cage would’ve almost played the most beloved superhero of all time. Awesomely awful or awfully awesome.

  • Rockies and Nationals Had A Good Ol’ Fashioned Stand-Off Last Night

    Aaron Barrett of the Washington Nationals and Brandon Barnes of the Colorado Rockies had a standoff prior to the first pitch. The rules; Post National anthem, both players must remain with their hats on their chest for as long as they can, that’s about it. The standoff lasted about 7 minutes, until the home plate umpire has to intervene. Even Bryce Harper got in on the fun, padding Barrett’s elbow and putting a batters helmet on for protection against in game balls. Your browser does not support iframes. This isn’t the first time something like this has happened Scott Van Slyke and Joe Kelly standoff opened the NLCS Game 6 with one last year. Your browser does not support iframes.

  • Iconic Concert: Rage Against the Machine Live at Woodstock 99

    Fifteen years ago this week the resurgence of Woodstock took place at a former air base in Rome, New York. The festival for better or worse made headlines not just for the music, but for the lack of better planning, overprices concessions, assault and arson. Yes, it was bad. Very bad, but the mistakes that were made at Woodstock ’99 helped pave the way for the bevy of great music festivals we have today. More organization and better security today make for a great experience for contemporary festival goers. None of that would’ve been possible without the trials of Woodstock ’99. Disastrous experiences aside, the music of Woodstock ’99 has always been overshadowed, but in it’s anniversary we’re here to celebrate one particular iconic concert that will live on as one of the best performances of 1999. Even with live music from the likes of James Brown, Sheryl Crow, Wyclef Jean, Dave Matthews Band, Counting Crows, Alanis Morissette, Ice Cube, Metallica, Willie Nelson, Elvis Costello, Jewel and Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine still managed to stick out as the best performance of the event.

  • The Happiest and Unhappiest Cities in the Country [Infographic]

    The National Bureau of Economic Research released a recent study citing Lafayette, Louisiana as the happiest city in the world. The study used researchers to measure life satisfaction  from a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey, and each city after adjusting the results for income, age, race, sex and other categories. New York however came in dead last, infront of St. Joseph, MO and South Bend, IN. Surprising to say the least. Who would’ve thought the most iconic place to watch college football and the most popular city in the world would produce the most unhappy people. I think we need the firm of Venkman, Spengler & Stantz to come check on the pink ooze situation beneath the city. I blame Vigo. Infographic by Alissa Scheller for The Huffington Post

  • Bell & Ross WW2 126 Insignia Watch

    In homage to all air forces engaged in Second World War, Bell & Ross has designed a special series of the Vintage BR 126 Original Carbon watch, with dials featuring the insignia of the main countries involved in the conflict. Through this collection, the insignia, which appeared on the wings and fuselage of Second World War planes, now pays a fitting tribute to its heroes. It’s black PVD finish and colored accent finish show reminiscence of World War 2 fighter planes. finishAvailable September 2014 at Bell & Ross.

  • Give Your Brain a Break and Stare at These Surreal GIFS for a While

    Hayden Zezula, Texas-based visual artist has created a series of hypnotizing GIFs that just might get you through the gap of caffeine fixes during your day. Zezula’s visually surreal GIFS show everything from a foil elephant running through a grass path to 3D liquid metal pouring like Soft icercream. It also helps when you say Zezula repeatedly while staring at these hypnotizing visuals.

  • MLB MasterCard Fantasy Camp is the Best Kept Secret Surrounding The All-Star Game

    Grown men (and women) ranging from completely novice to past college ball players competing in a hardball, wood bat tournament leading up to the finale played at a major league ballpark. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well for a set of lucky people it’s a complete reality. MasterCard in association with Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) has been putting on a little known tournament for years. Fantasy Camp is essentially a four-team tournament, held in the morning and early afternoon during the Home Run Derby and All-Star Game days played at a minor league ball park, followed by the championship and consolation games being held on the major league park on the day proceeding the MLB All-Star game. This year being Minneapolis’s Target Field. Photo Credit: Rick Dupler Photo Credit: Rick Dupler Each team get’s outfitted in a full uniform, home and away jerseys, cleats, socks, batting gloves, a hat, mitt and sunglasses to give the impression of legitimacy. Skills, however, varied. We had a chance to partake in the entire tournament, which was an absolute blast. Each team coached by former Twins players Scott Leius, Gene Larkin, Al Newman and Tim Laudner and organized by former players more »

  • Fallon Debuts the Rock’s New Hercules Action Figure on The Tonight Show

    Last week Dwane “The Rock” Johnson made the internet shut down for a minute when a 1996 photo of him posing with a black turtleneck, gold chain (on over the turtleneck), sporting a fanny pack, while posing with a tissue under his elbow was released. If that photo wasn’t perfect enough, The Rock’s new movie Hercules hit theaters making it oh-so-much-more relevant. Dwane stopped by the Tonight Show to talk about his new movie, but Fallon surprised him with a new action figure, we can only hope will actually hit stores one day.

  • An Art Gallery Dedicated to Bill Murray is Popping Up in San Francisco [26 Photos]

    On August 8th, San Francisco’s Public Works gallery will host a unique showing called The Murray Affair on August 8 ($12), a one-day art show that will feature as many as 200 original portraits of Bill Murray. Each portrait submitted by non-commissioned artists and organized by Ezra Croft, who’s done similar shows like this in the past, such as a celebration of Nic Cage.

  • The Comprehensive Guide to Every Brewery in the United States

    With more and more breweries emerging in the U.S. per year it’s no surprise why it’s so intruiging to see where the majority of them are popping up. At the end of 2013 there were 2,822 breweries in the United States, including 2,768 craft breweries subdivided into 1,237 brewpubs, 1,412microbreweries and 119 regional craft breweries. Pop-Chart Labs has created their second installment of breweries across the U.S. updated and redesigned onto a monster print taht measures in at over seven square feet with over 1,400 breweries from craft to macro and everything in between.

  • Adidas Release Energy Boost Reveal

    Adidas has found their saving grace with their Energy Boost line of running shoes. Now adding to that line is the Energy Boost Reveal adding a mesh two-tone stretch mesh upper in favor of the standard monotone uppers. Complementing the new upper are a flexible suede heel and synthetic overlays and Three Stripes branding. Energy Boost technology has been a huge success for adidas, giving a cushioned stable sole, while claiming each cell springs back upon compression. The Energy Boost Reveal will be available at select retailers and adidas at the end of July.

  • Chuck Palahniuk Announces A Fight Club 2 Comic Book Series

    I am Jacks elated sense of excitement. Luminous author, Chuck Palahniuk has announced he’ll be giving his most acclaimed work, Fight Club a resurgence in the form of a 10-issue maxiseries comic. The series will be under Dark Horse Comics and will be illustrated by Cameron Stewart. Palahniuk will be talking in more detail at a Fight Club Comic-Con panel later this week, but has already announced a release date for May 2015. “Fight Club 2 takes place alternately in the future and the past. It picks up a decade after the ending of his original book, where the protagonist is married to equally problematic Marla Singer and has a 9 year-old son named Junior, though the narrator is failing his son in the same way his dad failed him.” In a USA Today interview, Palahniuk teased the return of everyone’s favourite hyper-violent id: “Tyler Durden is something that maybe has been around for centuries and is not just this aberration that’s popped into his mind.” Project Mayhem will also play a critical part in the comics, possibly using Junior as a catalyst for the protagonists return to the organization. Read the full interview here.

  • Weezer Looks to Their Past to Inspire First Single in 4 Years ‘Back to the Shack’

    Today the original quirky-nerd-rock-quartet, Weezer released the audio track to their new single Back To The Shack on their official YouTube page. Heavy guitar riffs and a steady catchy drum accent vocals in their new back-to-their-roots track which points all fingers to their first two albums. “If you took the Pinkerton band and then play all the other records—that’s what we sound like now. Bombastic, loose, kind of booming. This record sounds like it’s going to have the tight structure of Blue Album with a little bit more abandon like Pinkerton.“, that’s what Weezer frontman, Rivers Cuomo told Entertainment weekly, when asked about their new album Everything Will Be Alright In The End which is set to release September 30th. This will be Weezer’s first album in 4 years 20 years after debuting their self titled inaugural Blue Album. Pinkerton and the Blue Album mixed into one megazord of Weezer? Sure we like that. Preorder the album at Pledge Music.

  • How to Throw a Perfect Knuckle Ball

    It may be the greatest mystery of acquired skill in sports. A trait so difficult to master yet so powerful in result only a handful of professionals can achieve success with it. The knuckleball is a pitch that isn’t thrown hard or fairly accurate, but just thrown to perfection in delivery which makes it the most difficult pitch to hit in baseball. Time Wakefield and R.A. Dicky have made quite the illustrious career for themselves by throwing this one pitch more than any other, Wakefield lasting an outstanding 17 years, tenured with the Boston Redsox. Here is a breakdown on the perfect way to throw a pesky knuckler.

  • Distinguishing Differences Between NYC Animals and All Others

    New York City breeds toughness. In a city where competing Times Square Elmos can fistfight each other over turf, it’s no surprise that it’s animals show some of the same qualities as it’s residents. Mashable’s Max Knoblauc created a hilarious series of animals of NYC compared to everywhere else.

  • Jack White Covered ’99 Problems’ In the Middle of an ‘Icky Thump’ Performance

    Over the past few performances Jack White has been adding a little touch of ‘cover’ to his sets. The most recent being a bar from Jay Z’s ’99 Problems’ in the middle of an Icky Thump performance during his set at Louisville’s Forecastle Festival. White has made headlines recently after covering “Enter Sandman” at Glastonbury and Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead” in Dublin and shows no signs of stopping after his HOV cover. As the uploader notes, White went 25 minutes over his set time, “breaking curfew”. Dare I say Jack White, the last true rock star.

  • 45 Rare And Intimate Photos From the Apollo 11 Moon Landing for it’s 45th Anniversary

    Even though the historic Apollo 11 moon landing happened 45 years ago, only a few iconic photos have been circulated into the mainstream, but NASA actually has a huge portfolio of training mission photographs archived for the public. In celebration of the 45th anniversary of the mission, we’ve compiled a series of rarely seen photos of training simulations and the moon landing, featuring astronauts Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins.

  • Recently Discovered High Quality Color Footage of WW2 Combat

    World War II (WWII or WW2), also known as the Second World War, was a global war that was underway by 1939 and ended in 1945. It involved the vast majority of the world’s nations—including all of the great powers—eventually forming two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. This recently discovered color footage shows the true affects of combat throughout World War 2. Gunfights, dog fights and explosions are seen throughout the video as well as some seriously graphic footage of fallen soldiers. It was the most widespread war in history, with more than 100 million people serving in military units. In a state of “total war”, the major participants placed their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort, erasing the distinction between civilian and military resources. Marked by mass deaths of civilians, including the Holocaust and the only use of nuclear weapons in warfare, it resulted in 50 million to over 73 million fatalities. These deaths make World War II by far the deadliest conflict in human history.

  • Bud Light’s New Spot Gives More Insight into A Wild 3 Day Adventure Called ‘Whatever, USA’

    As you’ve probably seen on TV, Bud Light looks as though they’re buidling and skinning out an entire town, as well as, I’m sure, providing an ample amount of beer for consumption around town. As per the commercials, Whatever, USA’s charismatic Mayor stresses the hilarious and absolutely random acts and events they’ll be showcasing at the town, like Arnold Schwarzenegger playing ping-pong. In their newest spot Whatever’s Mayor highlights some of the wacky things we’ll be expecting at the town like a harmonica playing pony and a literal boat load of Bud Light. Not much else is known about the super secret project, but nothing like this has ever been done before. Let’s hope they got permits for drinking in public. Sign up to win a trip to Whatever, here.

  • Conan and Dave Franco Join Tinder Then Go on the Prowl

    The good ol’ days of meeting your wife at a dive bar on a Tuesday night are behind us. Now everyone weeds out the b.s. and gets right to the point (for better or worse). Tinder is the newest app that lets two people within a certain distance match up leading to a conversation, which then leads to a potential meet up. Intriguing. Conan and Dave Franco decided to try out the dating app, hop in the creepiest van they could find and go for it.

  • 115 Rejected Emojis for World Emoji Day

    The era of the emoji is most definitely upon us, for some people an entire new form of communication making it there civic duty to completely leave alphabetic dialect out of as much conversing as possible. Here are a few of our favorites from the 115 total rejected Rejected Emojis for World Emoji Day.

  • Hanksy Hits the Streets With More Celebrity Satire [10 Photos]

    Ironic street Artist, Hanksy is known to put the fun back into street art. Where most contemporary street artists try and convey some sort of political stance or movement message in their work, Hanksy just wants to have fun. Can you blame him? He’s the best at what he does, fusing pop-culture icons into inanimate objects, food and animals.

  • Kacy Catanzaro Won American Ninja Warrior and Our Hearts

    Kacy Catanzaro was a former college gymnast looking for a new focus to keep her motivated. Obstacle course running and ANW were two particular events that got her blood rushing. So this 5-foot, 100 lb 24 year old decided to complete the course the top echelon of men couldn’t and move on to the next level, Mount Midoriyama.

  • You Can Tell A Woman’s Personality Based on Her Sandwich Order. Back Me Up Science.

    Next time you decide to go on a date you might be better off taking a lady out to lunch instead of dinner. Food Psychologist Dr Elizabeth Jones, of Mindlab, who conducted the correlation analysis study for Warburtons said: “Personality traits tend to go hand-in-hand with personal habits and routines, which allows us to match the type of bread and filling a woman chooses to have at lunch with a personality group. “Down to earth women go for White bread, foodies prefer Wraps and females who think realistically pick Wholemeal.” The Daily Express said of the research: “Women who were fans of the BLT on seeded bread were ‘opportunists’ who lived for the moment. These BLT women demonstrated common sense and had a good sense of humour, according to the research. Ladies who picked the humble ham salad on white bread were ‘forward thinkers’, constantly seeking inspiration and were inventive and original. Beef roll devotees were ‘impulsives’, being able to work to tight deadlines and enjoy the thrill of spectator sports. Lovers of Cheese and pickle were the ‘brainiacs’, full of ideas, logical and enjoy crosswords.”

  • Mike Trout’s All Star Cleats Actually Looked Like… A Trout

    Last night the 2014 MLB All Star Game kicked off in style as Nike outfitted their sponsored players in a bevy of brightly colored cleats, batting gloves and compression gear. Nike’s young superstar Mike Trout, is lucky enough to get his name on his very own series of shoe, The Nike Lunar Vapor Trout, a layered cleat made in the likeness of the Nike Lunar heel cushion. Trout, who began the game with an RBI Triple, ended the game with MVP honors, but that’s nothing compared to the gift he got from Nike, his very own cleat customized to look like… yup, a trout. Fans can actually purchase a pair for $150 now at nike.com.

  • LeBron Heads Are Taking Over the Internet

    LeBron James is just as much of an internet sensation as he is phenomenon on the court. The internet has now began a trend of superimposing LeBron’s face on videos. Here are two separate videos, the first LeBron in a WWE setting turning on Chris Bosh and Dwane Wade, hitting them repeatedly with chairs then hitting them some more. The second is near perfect. LeBron James as Lloyd Christmas picking up Harry Dunn to to Cleveland. The internet bows to you ’18 Lives’, YouTube creator of this video.

  • The Steven Spielberg Director’s Collection

    Steven Spielberg is one of the most prolific directors in motion picture history. Spanning over 40 years, Steven’s career began as a teenager when he made his way onto the Universal backlot and befriended studio executives. His passion and talent quickly developed, allowing him to direct an unprecedented number of blockbuster films. The Steven Spielberg Director’s Collection showcases a selection of the Academy Award winner’s unforgettable movies filmed for Universal, including his very first TV feature, Duel, and his first theatrical release, The Sugarland Express, and blockbusters such as Jaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial and Jurassic Park. Steven’s work has captivated audiences worldwide and continue to set the standard for filmmaking. The Steven Spielberg collection.

  • Fallon’s World Cup Final Superlatives [Screen Grabs]

    With the World Cup Final at it’s end Jimmy Fallon took an opportunity to use his hilarious Superlatives skit on the players from Argentina and Germany. He pokes fun at the best players from each team including Argentinian superstar Lionel Messi, claiming he’s most likely to get slapped then kissed on a Telemundo soap opera.  

  • Manhattanhenge Is Back and Taking over the Streets of NYC

    This weekend was particularly special for NYC, having it’s now infamous Manhattanhenge taking place where the sun sets true west of midtown. Manhattanhenge — a term coined by Neil deGrasse Tyson — describes the biannual occurrence when the setting sun lines up perfectly with the city’s grid, bathing its streets with dazzling light, and clogging Instagram feeds with gorgeous views.

  • Look at What the World Thinks of the LeBron Decision in Real Time

    LeBron James just announced he’d be taking his talents back to his home city of Cleveland to join a new breed of powerhouse players in Kyrie Irving, Anthony Bennet and newly drafted Andrew Wiggins. The decision was shocking, but LeBron had kept his promise of one day returning home, but no one knew it would be at the pinnacle of his career. The Cavs now have the most exciting team in the NBA and everyone will be posting their thoughts on the King’s decision on social media for the next decade or so. So here in real time are the latest LeBron related hashtags around the web. #LeBron #Cleveland #Clevelandcavs