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  • If Domestic Beer Commercials Were Honest [Video]

    I’ve got no problem with cheap domestic beer. I often choose to drink Schaefer, PBR, Schlitz, and others of their ilk, but this honest beer commercial from Random at Best is still pretty damn funny and accurate. I could go on and on about how much I enjoy the taste of Genesee Cream Ale (and I really do) but what it mostly comes down to is this: it costs $7 for a 12 pack and it gets me drunk. And now I’ve gone and made myself thirsty. Anyone want to grab a beer? Maybe something domestic?

  • Scott Hocking Documents Detroit’s Bad Graffiti [25 Photos]

    Scott Hocking, a photographer and artist from Detroit, has captured the amazing artwork of the unknown street Picasso’s around his city in his collection titled “Bad Graffiti.” Everyone pays attention to the Banksys of the world, but how often does someone champion the dude who paints crude genitalia on abandoned buildings? Or how about “free balls in your mouth” written in giant cursive letters? Not even Magritte is so brilliant! Looking through these, I have a newfound appreciation for whoever draws the horrific vaginas all over the benches in Jersey City’s Exchange Place. Also check out the rest of the collection and other work from Scott Hocking.

  • So NBA All-Star Jerseys Are Just T-Shirts Now

    The NBA All-Star jerseys have leaked and they are painful to look at. For better or worse the All-star game has become a full blown calamity. Players don’t play defense, the dunk contest stinks and now this. These terrible jerseys are everything that embodies a game players take for granted. The jerseys themselves aren’t necessarily ugly, but they’re far from nice and far from even looking like a basketball jersey. They’re stuck in a limbo of awfulness combined with a lazy design scheme. Shame on you NBA. Both jerseys feature a large Fleur de lis on the chest and uniform numbers on the left sleeve similar to the terrible jerseys worn on Christmas day. EXCLUSIVE! NBA All-Star jersey leaked on French site. I confirm it's the real deal –> http://t.co/ihX7lPzEQu pic.twitter.com/7tuvUvp3E4 — Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) January 16, 2014 Los "pijamas" del All Star ya han salido a la luz #allstar #nba pic.twitter.com/rXSHaxX1xa — FUIKAOMAR (@FUIKAOMAR) January 16, 2014

  • Frozen Lighthouses on Lake Michigan [9 Photos]

    Winter is here and we are all cold and miserable. Despite this, there are lunatics out there, like photographer Thomas Zakowski, who dare to venture outdoors and even manage to make these bleak times appear beautiful. Zakowski travels around Lake Michigan during the calm after a winter storm and captures these striking images of amazing ice formations on frozen lighthouses. I don’t know what brand of magic he employs, but for a brief moment his photographs warmed the cockles of my heart  (maybe even below the cockles, in the sub-cockle area) and made me forget that i was wearing multiple layers of clothing and shivering INSIDE my apartment. You almost had me, Zakowski. See more of his work at 500px.

  • The Definitive Collection of Broncos, Pats, 49ers and Seahawks GIFs, Because Playoffs

    This Sunday we embark on a glorious feat of strength between the four best teams in the NFL. In a perfect world these four teams would be exactly where they are now, fighting for the Lombardi trophy. Each team is stacked with talent and players most Pro Bowl teams would be jealous of. We’ve collected this seasons most definitive GIFs for each remaining team to leave you to decide what team’s going to come up on top this Sunday. Denver Broncos New England Patriots San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks

  • 15 Ways to Make It Look Like an Adult Lives in Your Apartment

    Hey man, that Bob Marley poster, collection of empty liquor bottles, and black sheet thumbtacked around the window make for awesome decor, there’s no denying that, but you’re a big boy now and you should have a big boy apartment. Too bad you’re a crass philistine and have no idea where to begin. There’s hope for you yet, though, with this list of 15 ways to make it look like an adult lives in your apartment courtesy of Refined Guy. I’d start with putting that Bob Marley poster in a frame. You’re welcome.

  • The Official Batkid Movie Is Here [Video]

    Back in November, we reported on San Francisco’s transformation into Gotham City for 5-year-old Miles, aka Batkid, via the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Now you can relive that day when we learned a whole city can come together to make a little boy happy. Watch as Batkid rescues Lou Seal, the San Francisco Giants’ mascot, from the evil clutches of the Penguin and restores peace to Gotham City while restoring your faith in humanity.

  • 35 Women We Want To See In Sports Illustrated’s 2014 Swimsuit Issue

    Less than one month until the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue hits newstands and the buzz is beginning to build. This week it was leaked that Kate Upton went to “space” for her Swimsuit photoshoot and there was a bash in Los Angeles to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Swimsuit that brought out current stars and legends alike.  We suspect that Nina Agdal will land the cover but with rumors that internet superstar Emily Ratajkowski will make her rookie debut and legends like Kathy Ireland will return anything is possible. Each year we like to predict which women will make their Rookie debut and what body paint theme the SI editors will choose. Our predictions in 35 Women We Want To See In Sports Illustrated’s 2013 Swimsuit Issue was spot on – we nailed Michelle Jenneke and Alana Blanchard – to name a few. So who might be in this year’s issue released on February 11th? Find out below.

  • 10 Unspoken Rules Of Suits That Every Man Should Know

    We’re adults and sometimes we have to dress the part. For those times when sweats, t-shirts, and sneakers aren’t appropriate, you’ve got to suit up. Too bad you’re the immature, uncultured bum that your ex accused you of being those many months ago. Hey there you disgusting slob, don’t start crying about it, for here are 10 rules of suits that will transform you from Eddie Murphy at the begin of Trading Places to Eddie Murphy at the end of Trading Places.

  • Things You Didn’t Know About Legalizing Marijuana [Video]

    With recreational use of marijuana now legal in Colorado, the rest of the country will be watching closely to see how well it works and, most importantly, how much money it brings in to the Centennial State. Get the straight dope on the issue with this video from BuzzFeed then soberly wait for your state to follow in Colorado’s footsteps. If you’re already in Colorado, go get some of those lollipops and report back.

  • Nike Golf Evokes Teddy Roosevelt in New Ad Spot

    Nike’s new ad campaign for their new Nike VR_S Covert 2.0 club is to “Play In The Now”, a message to all the nay-sayers of progressive golf clubs. In their full length commercial a couple of golf buddies backtrack through time complaining about the ever going progress of the golf club. Their short spot evokes the help of good ol’ Teddy.

  • PEP Channels 50s Pop In “Stephen” Video

    Karys Rhea, best known as drummer for Brooklyn’s Starlight Girls, is releasing an EP for her side project PEP on February 11. Titled “My Baby and Me,” the record is four tracks of vintage pop reminiscent of early girl groups like the Ronettes and Shangri-La’s. PEP has released a video for “Stephen” and it really illustrates how much Rhea understands the genre. She has stated that the idea came to her when she heard “Runaround Sue” playing in a store then downloaded over 100 albums from the period. PEP’s appreciation of that golden era of pop is evident and “Stephen” is a fun song with a great video. Check it out then pre-order the EP at PEP.

  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Varsity Blues [Link]

    Believe it or not, it was 15 years ago that we first saw Mox and the rest of the West Canaan High School football team in “Varsity Blues.” Revisit the best high school football movie since “Lucas” with these 10 facts touching on everything from Ali Larter’s whipped cream bikini to Tweeter’s end zone dance to James Van Der Beek’s favorite quarterback.

  • The History of Ski Filmmaking

    The North Face has partnered with Teton Gravity Research, Sherpas Cinema, Stept Productions, and Mountain Sports International to produce a multi-episode series on the free skiing culture. With the winter Olympics gearing up, the North Face has taken center stage with uniforms and sponsorships, to pay homage to the sport that made them a cultural icon they created “The Rise”. This episode takes a look at filmmaking in skiing, an art that has been sought after for many years, but blown out of the water in recent years with film tech making serious leaps and bounds.

  • Stencil That Helps Tourists Take the Perfect Photo

    Mimi Chan and Utsavi Jhaveri, recent grads of the renowned Miami Ad School, created the #noshittyphotos project. A project dedicated to tourists who take really bad photos. They created a stencil and spray-painted yellow signs featuring feet and the words “Place feet, point and click” hoping tourists take notice and use the stencil as a guide for getting the perfect vantage point.

  • Rangers, Isles and Devils Gear up for the NHL Stadium Series at Yankee Stadium

    This winter the NHL is embarking on a country wide series of outdoor games, the Rangers will face the Devils on Jan. 26, 2014, at 12:30 p.m., and go up against the Islanders on Jan. 29th at 7:30 p.m. Other games around the country consist of  the Los Angeles Kings versus the Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium on January 25th and the Pittsburgh Penguins versus the Chicago Blackhawksat Soldier Field on March 1st. We had an opportunity to chat with Carl Hagelin and Mats Zuccarello of the Rangers and NHL greats, Jean Potvin and Grant Marshall about playing an outdoor game at the worlds most famous baseball stadium. Tickets for both games are available at NHL Stadium Series Tickets

  • “Foster The People” Use “Young & Sick” to Make Largest West Coast Mural for New Single

    Foster the People have released their sophomore album, dubbed “Supermodels” today. Their first single off the highly anticipated album is ‘Coming of Age’, a melodic upbeat riffs, layered hooks, a piano break and of course some hand claps. The band used artists “Young & Sick” to create the largest mural on the west coast, spanning 148 ft X 126 ft tall, just completed on the side of the Santa Fe Lofts in downtown LA. They then used the footage as a time-lapse set to their new single. I don’t know if the song makes me enjoy this video or mural time-lapse hooks me on the song. The paradox of Foster the People.

  • Official Jazz Fest 2014 Talent Announcement Video

    The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival will be held April 25-27 and May 1-4 this year, and to announce the bands, festival organizers teamed with Moontower VFX to create this awesome animated video. While music from The Preservation Hall Jazz Band plays, the huge acts playing the fest are revealed. Not big on jazz? Don’t worry. This lineup has something for everyone. Arcade Fire, Vampire Weekend, Bruce Springsteen, Robin Thicke, Public Enemy and the Avett Brothers are just some of the big name, non-jazz acts who will be there. There’s also plenty of jazz, too, with Dr. Lonnie Smith, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Gregory Porter, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band,just to name a few. Watch the video then check out the full daily lineup at New Orleans Jazz Fest.

  • How Can You Tell If A Bundled-Up Woman Is Attractive? [Link]

    Unless you’re lucky enough to be in California or Florida, you know this has been one of the coldest winters any of us have been through. Everyone’s piling on the layers to keep warm outside, presenting quite the conundrum: How can you tell if a bundled up woman is attractive? Guy Code comes to the rescue with these tips on finding the hotties when it’s oh so cold out.

  • Stop Everything And Watch The “Devil Baby Attack” Video That Is Burning Up The Web

    There has been a lot of bellyaching lately about the proliferation of viral videos as movie marketing, but as long as the videos keep entertaining us, we see no reason to complain. The newest video making its way around the Internet is an ad for “Devil’s Due” which opens this weekend. In the video, an animatronic possessed “devil baby” riding in a remote controlled stroller is let loose around New York City. People look inside the stroller, “devil baby” pops out and scares them, they scream, and we laugh. Simple yet effective.

  • Everything You Ask Google Sounds A Lot Stupider When You Actually Ask Google. [Video]

    Ever imagine what it would be like if Google was a man with the unfortunate duty of answering every idiotic question we’d come up with? College Humor did and it’s hilarious. It’s easy typing in any random query that pops into your head, but if you had to actually talk to Mr. Google face to face, would you have the balls to ask for “college girls nude” or “butthole”?

  • If NFL Logos Were Hipsters [Link]

    We love when talented designers take on team logos. We especially love it when there’s a touch of humor involved. Check out these hipster redesigns of all the NFL teams and see what it would be like if it was, I don’t know, a bike polo league or something. Dan Snyder should consider the Redskins redesign since hipsters don’t yet have any official organization (unless there’s a barista union).

  • Eddie Murphy’s $12M Mega Mansion Is On The Market [25 Photos]

    How would you like to live in the house that Vampire in Brooklyn built? The Granite Bay, California mansion that Eddie Murphy purchased in 1998 for $3.8 million is back on the market. Murphy sold the property to a real estate investor back in 2007, probably in anticipation of the success of his Norbit, for $6.1 million, but the market must have rebounded because it’s now listed at $12 million. But good news, house hunters, the 12,600 square-foot mansion comes fully furnished! Actually, after looking over these pictures, you may realize that’s not a particularly strong selling point. In addition to the eclectic decor, the mansion also boasts 10 bedrooms, a 12-seat screening room (for group viewings of Daddy Day Care), a billiard room, and an arcade. Outside you’ll find an infinity pool, spa, waterfalls, gazebos, basketball and tennis courts. There’s also a really weird looking piano, perfect for playing the Beverly Hills Cop theme “Axel F,” that is one of only 14 in existence. I’m no real estate guru, but if you’ve got the cash, I’d say go for it, but demand a copy of Bowfinger for the screening room. That movie is way underrated. 

  • Beautiful Aerial Photography by Klaus Leidorf [27 Photos]

    Photographer Klaus Leidorf takes these incredible aerial shots from a Cessna 172 Skyhawk light aircraft using a Canon EOS 1Ds Mark III and Canon EOS 5D Mark II. His finished product is this beautiful collection of photographs that look more like up-close shots of miniatures rather than the real-life aerials that they actually are. Life sure looks a lot more peaceful from up there. 

  • The World’s Largest Sand Sculpture Park [20 Photos]

    From January through April, visitors to Kuwait’s Remal International Sand and Light Sculpture Festival can check out the largest collection of sand sculptures from an international team of artists. 28,000 tons of sand, or 1,000 dump trucks full, were used by the 80 sculptors from 25 different countries at a cost of almost $3 million. The sand has a small clay content to help it mold, enabling works of up to 50 feet tall. The entire project takes up over 300,000 square feet or about 4 soccer fields. There are 40 works on display, all based on scenes from the world renowned “1001 Arabian Nights” stories.

  • Raw Footage From the Launch Of SpaceShipTwo [Video]

    Virgin Galactic is one step closer to its goal of bringing tourists (albeit extremely wealthy ones) to space after a successful test flight of the SpaceShipTwo (SS2) on January 10. It was the third rocket-powered supersonic flight for the subspace-craft and Virgiin Galactic officials said all their objectives were met. This is great news for the company, which plans on beginning commercial service later this year. Many celebrities have already reserved spots for when the service takes off, including Stephen Hawking, Katy Perry, Ashton Kutcher, and Tom Hanks. If you’d like join them as one of the first space tourists, sign up at Virgin Galactic. Wait, you don’t have $250,000? Better cut back on your daily Starbucks.

  • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Stage Impromptu Show on NYC Bus

    Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, so hot right now. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. The DJ/MC duo have taken the ‘hip-pop’ world by storm over the past year, dropping chart topping hit after hit and now, they’ve taken over a New York City bus. In preparation for their performance at the Grammys on January 26th, the duo hopped on a bus ‘occupied’ by city patrons going where they need to go, but what they got was an impromptu show from one of the most popular artists out right now. Looks like the crowd enjoyed it. Recipe for internet success, I guess.

  • A Timeline of Earth in the Distant Future (Infographic)

    Long after we’re all wormfood the Earth will keep on keepin’ on. Humanity will endure some struggles, but in reality our expectancy is limited, when I say limited, I mean tens of thousands of years limited. The earth will undergo some serious changes as will the Sun, changing climates, life and geography. This infographic, created by BBC Far Future will shed some light on the future of the world as we know it.

  • Wolf of Wall Street Mindblowing Visual Effects Before and After [Video]

    New York City-based visual effects wizards Brainstorm Digital released this video illustrating just what they did for Martin Scorsese’s Wolf Of Wall Street. Think VFX are all about explosions and fantastic creatures? Wrong, dummy! These days, digital effects houses help bring directors’ exact visions to the screen by manipulating every last detail. Whether it’s adding in people and natural scenery or removing imperfections and distractions, the seamless work of these artists is incredible.

  • The Original Rules Of Basketball Turn 122

    Dr. James Naismith developed the game of basket ball (it was originally two words) in 1891 but he didn’t solidify the rules and publish them until January 15, 1892. Looking back on the original rules, the game doesn’t seem that exciting. The first and greatest difference is the lack of dribbling. In the early days of the game, someone would pass you the ball and you would have to stop then either pass it to another teammate or go for a shot. And the ball? It was originally a soccer ball, then a pig’s bladder encased in leather (standard until the 1940s). There was no dunking, indeed such antics would certainly destroy the peach baskets that were the original goals. And since the goals were made of genuine baskets, the ball had to be retrieved after each successful point. If the ball bounced out of the basket, no point. There were no three point shots or shot clocks. Goal tending was perfectly acceptable. Luckily, this incredibly boring game only lasted for two 15-minutes halves with a 5 minute rest in between. One glaring omission is the number of players on each team. It was eventually set at 5, but not more »