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  • 30 Nerdy Cartoons Funny To Non Nerds

    Graphic designer and cartoonist Ed Harrington creates cartoons using nerdy sci-fi icons from Star Wars, Alien, Star Trek, Predator, etc. and places that you don’t have to be a nerd to enjoy. Or maybe the fact that we laugh at these means that we, just like the students at Adams College at the end of “Revenge of the Nerds,” can find the nerd in all of us and unite and embrace while Queen’s “We are the Champions” plays. Whatever it means, there’s no denying these are funny. See the rest of Ed Harrington’s work at Ed Harrington Illustration and Instagram.

  • When Life Gives You Lemons, Feed Them To Babies [Video]

    Directors April Maciborka and David Wile bring you “Pucker,” a heart-wrenching tale where unknowing babies are force-fed lemons to the delight of their adult captors. Filmed in slow motion, the expressions of pain, disgust, and anguish are enhanced by the macabre score, featuring Edvard Grieg’s “In The Hall of the Mountain King.” This tale of voyeuristic Schadenfreude is a rib-tickling romp, sure to delight any YouTube goer.

  • Heineken Put on a Show to Reveal the Legendary Side of Ordinary People (Sponsored)

    Last month Heineken put on a mind­blowing interactive theater show at New York’s The McKittrick Hotel. It was part play, part choose­your­own­adventure mindwarp, with an eclectic cast of characters who encouraged the audience to become a part of the show. When guests arrived, a few lucky attendees were invited to take on the challenge; to think on their feet, stay cool under pressure, and take the stage in a variety of challenging scenes. Those who said yes were treated to a bizarre sequence of dream­like events­­ everything from starring in a Bollywood film to performing standup comedy for a grumpy old man. You just gotta watch the video. “The Guest of Honor” provided an opportunity for everyday people to get outside their comfort zone and take the stage. In past “social experiments,” Heineken has sent people to unknown destinations around the world on the spot, and broadcasted holiday karaoke­ singers in Times Square. What legendary scenes will Heineken pull off next? And will you take the stage? Join the conversation with #guestofhonor and #openyourworld.

  • Incredible Macro Photography Of Coral [20 HQ Photos]

    Not only is Daniel Stoupin a PhD student at the University of Queensland reseaerching marine biology, he also happens to be a avid nature photographer and videographer. His science background led to and interest in macro photography and the revelation of the diverse and complex life we miss out on with the naked eye. For this collection, corals were illuminated with a full-spectrum lamp to bring out fluorescent colors not visible under white light. For more photos form this series and other amazing collections, check out Daniel Stoupin’s Microworlds Photography.

  • Rebranding The NBA [30 Photos]

    Canada-based graphic artist Dead Dilly re-imagined all 30 NBA teams, plus a few extras, in his “Rebrand the NBA 2.o” series. Instead of just a logo or color change, Dead Dilly imagined a world where big-name corporations designed uniforms  for the teams. Honestly, some of them aren’t so bad. The Paramount Warriors jersey is so good, it might make me not constantly forget that the Golden State Warriors exist. And the Sega Sonics jersey makes me wish the Sonics still existed, although Sega is probably not in the position to sponsor an NBA team these days. For more of Dead Dilly’s work, check out Instagram and Behance.

  • NYPD/FDNY Charity Hockey Game Included a Bench Clearing Brawl

    The NYPD and FDNY annual charity hockey game was tied at 3 goals a piece on Sunday when a bench clearing brawl broke out on the ice. It’s a well known rivalry between the two squads with a lot of bad blood, but a bench clearing brawl is a rare scene. A cop in the stands told the NY Post “he’s been coming to this NYPD-FDNY game for 20 years and had never seen a bench-clearing, cop-firefighter brawl before.” The NYPD eventually won 8-5.

  • Bruce Lee Revealed as Mystery Character in Upcoming UFC Video Game

    Last week EA teased the nation with a series of clues for a mystery fighter in their upcoming UFC game. GameStop stores hinted at the fighter with various teaser posters which ultimately spilled the beans. The most notable, a yellow poster with a verticle black stripe down the left side a piece of the iconic jumpsuit worn by Bruce Lee in “Game of Death” then brought back to life by Uma Thurman in “Kill Bill”. Dana White had this to say about the martial arts legend in an interview with Fight Times in 2004, “Actually, the father of mixed martial arts, if you will, was Bruce Lee. If you look at the way Bruce Lee trained, the way he fought, and many of the things he wrote, he said the perfect style was no style. You take a little something from everything. You take the good things from every different discipline, use what works, and you throw the rest away.” The game is set for release in Spring 2014 for the Xbox One and Playstation 4. Look familiar? #MysteryFighter. Day 5 Reveal: http://t.co/OudCYYUtAj pic.twitter.com/nSL3GMFcWb — EA SPORTS UFC (@EASPORTSUFC) April 5, 2014

  • Get Your Boots And Braces And Step Into These Realistic Mosh Pit Paintings

    Looking at these realistic mosh pit paintings will make you want to lace up your Docs, strap on your braces, blast some Cock Sparrer, and start pushing people around. But you’re sitting at your desk and HR wouldn’t take kindly to you stomping your coworkers. Plus you’re too old and you don’t want to hurt yourself. Looking at these paintings is as close as you’re going to get to a pit these days, and that’s okay, you old corporate wimp. These come from artist Dan Witz and you can see them in person at New York’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery through May 3. For more info and to order prints, go to Dan Witz.

  • The Daily Schedules Of (Successful) Creative People [Infographic]

    Is there a perfect schedule to maximize one’s creative output? Probably not, if these varied schedules are of any indication. What’s more important is to probably just have a schedule in the first place. It’s interesting to note, too, that the notion of creative types being night owls who sleep in until the afternoon is not all that true. Most of these folks are up by 6 AM. So what’s your excuse? Click on the image for full size.

  • American Food Aisles From Around The World [15 Photos]

    Go into pretty much any supermarket in America and you’ll find the “ethnic foods” aisle which undoubtedly stocks all sorts of Mexican food, and, depending on your neighborhood demographics, British, Indian, Korean, Estonian, etc. But if you go to another country will you find “American” food in a special aisle? Hell yeah, you will! And apparently American food to everyone else is either high sodium or high sugar junk food. It’s good to know that wherever you are in the world, you will be able to buy marshmallow fluff and peanut butter. What’s that, garcon? You want me to eat escar-huh? Ain’t that a snail? No thanks, dude, I got me some fluffernutters.

  • The Hottest Pictures On…eBay? [10 Photos]

    The secret of selling on eBay revealed! Other motorcycle part sellers hate him. What does “babenotincluded” do to make a ton of money on the auction site? It’s simple, really. All you need to be a successful seller is competitive pricing, accurate and detailed descriptions, pictures of the product from various angles, and barely-clothed babes handling your wares. And it really works! I don’t even own a motorcycle or know what any of this stuff is, but I’ve been ordering all morning. By the end of the day I’ll have enough stuff to open my own eBay store. Now I just need to get some models. Check out more great deals on motorcycle parts (and photos, if that’s you’re thing, you dirty devil you) at eBay.

  • Replace Your Gross Bath Towels With The Body Dryer

    Why did it take so long for this to be invented? We’ve been air drying our hands for years now, but when it comes to our bodies, we are still using stinky old bath towels. Finally, someone has figured out how to harness the power of air so we can dry our entire bodies after a shower. Sure, it’s great to not use towels from a sanitary standpoint because of all the bacteria, but the prospect of not having to wash towels all the time is even better! Also, there is a scale built in so you don’t have to worry about a bunch of devices crowding your bathroom floor. The Body Dryer team is still raising money for the initial run and you can contribute at Indiegogo. The device is expected to retail for $250 but early investors can secure one for just $150 or four for $425. What are you waiting for? Place your order and stick it to those fat cats at Big Towel.

  • Skydiver Nearly Gets Hit by a Meteor

    It was business as usual for Nowegian Anders Helstrup, jumping out of a plane, soaring through the air until he released his parachute. Helstrup was enjoying the air up there, when a basketball sized rock flew past him. A meteor soared past the skydiver at 300km/hr which in MPH is about a million we think. Around 500 meteorites reach the Earth’s surface each year, with many thousands more burning up before reaching the ground, so the chances of a skydiver seeing a meteor at this close of a proximity is about one in a quadrillion percent.

  • What If The Moon Was A Disco Ball? [Video]

    YouTube greats Vsauce, who makes fun AND informative science videos, and Yeti Dynamics, who makes all sorts of visual effects laden videos about space, have teamed up to answer the age old question, “What if the moon was a disco ball?” Initially, it’s not all that exciting, because it wouldn’t work the fun way we’d expect. But by moving the moon closer and allowing it to quickly rotate, all sorts of awesomeness starts to happen. So watch this video and try to learn a little something that you can share with your friends next time you’re drunk but get all the facts wrong with your inebriated recall.

  • How Twitter Has Changed Over the Years in 12 Charts [Link]

    It’s hard to believe that this summer will mark 8 years since Twitter first debuted. In that time, there have been many changes in how users behave. For instance, the average number of tweets increased drastically for years then leveled off and began to fall, now staying at about 20. Where people tweet from, what they tweet about, and how often they change their handles has also changed over the years. Check out these 12 charts and see how the history of Twitter sums up.

  • 12 Rappers As 17th Century Paintings

    Ever wonder what your favorite rapper would look like as a 17th century painting? Probably not. That would be a weird thing to ponder. Luckily, London-based artist Amar Stewart happens to be weird enough to think of such things and then execute the idea. New York folks might recognize his name from the theft at his debut solo show in NYC last month. Check out more of Amar Stewart’s work on his website and keep up with him on Facebook. You can also purchase his work in all sorts of different forms at his shop.

  • Russian Team Builds Functional Replica WW2 Tank [22 Photos and Video]

    What’s that? You once put a radiator in a 1985 Oldsmobile Delta 88? That’s cool. These Russian dudes just got together one time and rebuilt a World War II German VI Tiger tank. But your mechanical skills are impressive, too, I guess. The functional 1:1 replica tank was built in 2011 for a movie for Russia’s Mosfilm studio. The entire set of over 60 photos can be found on Imgur. Also, check out the video of the initial test drive at the end of the photostream. 

  • Hilarious “Gravity” Alternate Scene [Video]

    Sure, “Gravity” was a great movie, but if they had included this bit, it would have been even better. For more work from the genius behind this, Krishna Shenoi, check out his website, featuring more videos, paintings, music, and photography. Also, his 1950s “Inception” trailer is pretty great, too.

  • Berlin Wall Graffiti In The 80s [12 Photos]

    Despite the tense political climate that literally divided the city, West Berlin was a destination for many artists and musicians in the 80s. French street artist Thierry Noir moved to the city in 1982 and became the first artist to use the Berlin Wall as a canvas when he began painting it on a whim in 1984. Noir spent 5 years covering the wall in bright imagery that was a stark contrast to the infamous wall separating democratic West Berlin and Communist East Berlin. The wall came down in 1989, and now, 25 years later, Thierry Noir is having his first solo exhibition at London’s Howard Griffin Gallery. Prints based on Noir’s Berlin Wall painting will be exhibited alongside photographs and video from his work in the 80s. For more info on Thierry Noir and the exhibit, check out the Howard Griffin Gallery.

  • Navy Parachute Team Dives Into The Padres Home Opener

    Thank you GoPro or providing a unique look at just about everything exciting in life. The Navy Parachute Team not only got to jump into the Padres’ 2014 home opener, but were able to participate in honoring baseball legend Jerry Coleman by flying a special flag with his initials and trademark star.

  • Jordan Brand Announces Derek Jeter RE2PECT Cmpaign

    “After 19 seasons, Derek Jeter announced in February that the 2014 season will be his last. Widely recognized as one of the greatest ball players of all time, Jeter has led a storied and decorated career, with five championships, 13 All-Star appearances and enough individual awards to fill numerous trophy cases. Although Jeter has become synonymous with his team over the past two decades, he transcends traditional rivalries and team loyalties. While No. 2 is known for his brilliant on-field performances, he’s always matched that with a quiet confidence, relentless focus, and deep respect for those he competes against. To celebrate Jeter, the mark he’s left on the game, and his relationship with the brand, the Jordan Brand kicks off the RE2PECT campaign. Baseball fans around the world can participate and share their support for Jeter throughout the season by tagging social media posts with #RE2PECT.” Read more about the RE2PECT Campaign here.

  • You Can Order Manny Pacquiao to Collect All Your March Madness Office Pool Debts

    March Madness office pools are inevitable and you know you just have to play them, if for any reason to make water cooler conversation or just to get your degenerate gambling rocks off. Now you’ll never have to worry about collecting your office debts ever again. Chasing co-workers around for money is never fun and can be a headache and make things at the office awkward. but fortunately there’s a new service that can handle situations like this for you. Hire Manny Pacquiao as your official office pool debt collector. He’ll make all your problems go away… for a 10 count.

  • These 10 Star Wars Propaganda Posters Will Have You Joining The Rebellion

    Montana-based illustrator Russell Walks has worked producing licensed art for such big clients as Paramount, Marvel, Warner Brothers, and Lucasfilm. His original career goals included “becoming bionic and joining the rebellion against the Empire,” which may not be possible, but thanks to his artwork he is able to do the next best thing-produce pieces that make you wish you could join the rebellion, too. These propaganda posters were produced for Lucasfilm and Topps. More of his work can be found at Russell Walks Illustration and on Tumblr.

  • Lucy Watson Is The Newest British Superstar [4 Photos]

    Lucy Watson, the star of a hit British show called Made in Chelsea, sizzles in the newest issue of FHM Magazine where she spills the truth about British girls. No doubt that she is going to be one of the web’s leading ladies in 2014 so follow her on Twitter @imLucyWatson for more. 

  • Remembering The 1974 Super Outbreak Tornadoes [31 Photos]

    April 3-4, 1974 saw the “Super Outbreak” of tornadoes, the second largest tornado outbreak in a 24-hour period, just behind the April 2011 outbreak. It was the most violent outbreak recorded, however, with 30 F4/F5 tornadoes. In total, 148 tornadoes were confirmed in 13 states, damaging approximately 900 square miles along a combined path length of 2600 miles. 319 deaths were reported, making it one of the deadliest outbreaks also. Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Alabama were hit the hardest. In fact, during the outbreak Indiana became the first and only state in US history to have a tornado warning cover the entire state. The outbreak ended after 18 hours at 7 AM in North Carolina on April 4. In addition to the 319 deaths, 5,484 were left injured.

  • Mario Kart 8 Will Make You Quit Your Job and Move Back Into Your Old Dorm

    The trailer for Mario Kart 8 was recently released and oh how it has changed since the Mario Kart of N64. The newest addition to the game is one of some serious nostalgia, a replica of the original Rainbow Road course. Yes, the course that essentially made you the man if won. A new Rainbow Road course will also be featured in the game. Mario Kart 8 will also feature glider karts and underwater levels, which were featured in 3DS game Mario Kart 7, as well as brand-new anti-gravity courses. Is one game worth the $224.90 price tag of a Wii U. You bet your red shells it is. Available May 30th.

  • Amazon Fire TV

    Amazon is giving smart TV a go. They announced the Fire TV, a small television set-top box for streaming movies, TV shows and music, like Hulu, Netflix, Pandora, Prime and iHeartRadio. The remote is Bluetooth activated and is very similar to an Apple TV remote, except it also included a voice activated search feature. Fire is powered by a quad-core processor with a dedicated GPU and 2GB of memory, with the ability to play games via it’s gamer controller. Fire users can see information about what’s on the TV using Amazon’s “X-Ray” feature, a unique extra that let’s users see music lyrics and interesting tid-bits about actors and shows. Amazon’s Fire TV costs $99—same as an Apple TV, but much more expensive than market dominated Roku.  

  • This Korean Coffeehouse Is Shaped Like A Retro Camera [10 Photos]

    A former helicopter pilot has opened a two-story coffeehouse and camera museum just outside Seoul, South Korea. The best part is that the building itself looks just like a Rolleiflex camera. It’s the perfect spot for photographers to grab a coffee, look at some vintage cameras, then capture some shots of the fantastic vistas around the property. For more information, check out their Facebook and blog, but be warned, it’s all in Korean. Good thing Chrome has that auto-translate feature.

  • #WCW: Anna Faith Carlson [42 Photos]

    Anna Faith Carlson pretty much broke the internet last week when a photo of her looking like the Elsa, a character from the Disney animated movie ‘Frozen’, was featured on pretty much every single website. For that, this emerging model from Florida is this week’s Woman Crush Wednesday. Follow Anna on Instagram: @annafaithxoxo

  • We’re Giving Away 12 MLB Rookie Cards in Honor of Opening Week

    To commemorate the return of the baseball season kicking off this week, we’re partnering up with Brigandi Coins and Collectibles to give away this legendary set of rookie cards in premium, plastic ‘screw-down’ display holders. One lucky winner will receive 12 rookie cards of some of the game’s greats. The contest giveaway will last the 2 weeks starting today and the winner will be announced on April 16th. If you don’t want to wait for your name to be picked, you can head over to Gilt tomorrow or Rue La La on April 8th to check out their Brigandi Baseball memorabilia sale. The cards in the giveaway are: Derek Jeter, Mike Trout, Bryce Harper, Clayton Kershaw, Yasiel Puig, Robinson Cano, Frank Thomas (2014 HOF), Tom Glavine (2014 HOF), Greg Maddux (2014 HOF), Chipper Jone, Andrew McCutchen and Craig Biggio.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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