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  • Outtakes From Season Seven of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ Featuring Riker Chasing a Shipmate

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    Rebecca Escamilla
    21 Nov 2014 | 4:55 pm
    Uproxx has released a short collection of silly outtakes from Star Trek: The Next Generation. In this gag reel, Geordi and Data get silly, Picard curses, and Riker chases a shipmate. Season seven of Star Trek: The Next Generation will be released on Blu-ray in the United States on December 12, 2014. gif via Uproxx via Uproxx
  • Just 10 More Minutes, Please!

    I Can Has Cheezburger?
    22 Nov 2014 | 1:00 pm
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  • Improv Everywhere: The Pirates of Central Park

    The Art of the Prank
    Charlie Todd
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:56 pm
    From Charlie Todd of Improv Everywhere: The Pirates of Central Park For our latest mission, we staged a pirate invasion on the Central Park Lake, converting a rowboat rental into a pirate ship. Actors dressed as pirates from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction set sail on the lake, searching for the keys to their treasure chest. The pirates interrogated the New Yorkers and tourists on other rowboats and by the shore, much to their delight. Enjoy the video and then go behind the scenes with our mission report and photos. Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge /…
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    Laughing Squid

  • Outtakes From Season Seven of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ Featuring Riker Chasing a Shipmate

    Rebecca Escamilla
    21 Nov 2014 | 4:55 pm
    Uproxx has released a short collection of silly outtakes from Star Trek: The Next Generation. In this gag reel, Geordi and Data get silly, Picard curses, and Riker chases a shipmate. Season seven of Star Trek: The Next Generation will be released on Blu-ray in the United States on December 12, 2014. gif via Uproxx via Uproxx
  • ‘All About That Ace’, A ‘League of Legends’ Parody of the Meghan Trainor Song ‘All About That Bass’

    Glen Tickle
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:14 pm
    “All About That Ace” is a parody by The Warp Zone of the Meghan Trainor song “All About That Bass” that focuses on the popular video game League of Legends (previously). Trainor’s song has already sparked a number of other clever parodies on topics ranging from science fiction to Thanksgiving. For comparison, here is the original music video. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
  • Canadian Hockey Fans Help Finish Singing the American National Anthem After Audio Glitch at a Hockey Game in Toronto

    EDW Lynch
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:10 pm
    During the singing of the American national anthem at a Toronto Maple Leafs–Nashville Predators hockey game at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Tuesday, the singer was interrupted when the microphone abruptly cut out. In an adorable demonstration of the good-natured politeness of Canadians, the Toronto crowd spontaneously (and flawlessly) sang the remainder of “The Star-Spangled Banner”. The neighborly moment was captured on video by Ontario-based hockey fan Eric Bosman. For Americans who would like to return the favor–should the need arise–here are (the rest…
  • ‘Pancake Breakfast Critic’, A Delightful Web Series by Joe Pera That Rates Charity Pancake Breakfast Events

    Glen Tickle
    21 Nov 2014 | 2:29 pm
    Pancake Breakfast Critic is a delightful web series by MTV Other where comedian Joe Pera rates charity pancake breakfasts and similar events on a scale of zero to 10 okays. The show capitalizes on Pera’s dry, relaxed demeanor to create humor from simple events like a rhubarb festival or charity motorcycle ride. via Brooks Wheelan
  • Animations of Personal Secrets Recorded as Voice Messages From the PostSecret Out Loud Project

    EDW Lynch
    21 Nov 2014 | 2:27 pm
    Back in March we posted about the launch of PostSecret Out Loud, a community art project in which people anonymously submit their personal secrets in voice messages. Selected messages are then released in animated videos. PostSecret Out Loud has since released two animated compilations of secrets. The videos are produced by The Glossary. PostSecret Out Loud is an extension of PostSecret, a community art project by Frank Warren in which people anonymously mail in personal secrets that are then published online. The World of PostSecret, a collection of PostSecret postcards edited by Frank…
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    The Art of the Prank

  • Improv Everywhere: The Pirates of Central Park

    Charlie Todd
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:56 pm
    From Charlie Todd of Improv Everywhere: The Pirates of Central Park For our latest mission, we staged a pirate invasion on the Central Park Lake, converting a rowboat rental into a pirate ship. Actors dressed as pirates from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction set sail on the lake, searching for the keys to their treasure chest. The pirates interrogated the New Yorkers and tourists on other rowboats and by the shore, much to their delight. Enjoy the video and then go behind the scenes with our mission report and photos. Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge /…
  • Catching Up With Serial Fabulist Stephen Glass

    Emerson Dameron
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Hanna Rosin attempts to square up with her former bestie, one of American journalism’s most notorious bullshitters. Bonus: has a confounding collection of essays on frauds in journalism. “Hello, My Name Is Stephen Glass, and I’m Sorry” By Hanna Rosin The New Republic November 10, 2014 He nearly destroyed this magazine. Sixteen years later, his former best friend finally confronts him. The last time I talked to Stephen Glass, he was pleading with me on the phone to protect him from Charles Lane. Chuck, as we called him, was the editor of The New Republic and…
  • Spreading Fear for Profit

    23 Oct 2014 | 8:20 pm
    Fake news sites are using Facebook to spread Ebola panic by Josh Dzieza The Verge October 22, 2014 They call themselves satire sites, but they’re really spreading scary rumors for profit There’s a scary story bouncing around Facebook, accruing hundreds of thousands of likes: the small town of Purdon, Texas, has been quarantined after a family of five was diagnosed with Ebola. The story is a total hoax, put out by a deeply cynical site called the National Report. But to the 340,000 people who saw it pop up in their news feed, it looked real enough to share. “We’ve seen stories…
  • Faking out the Foodies

    Emerson Dameron
    23 Oct 2014 | 7:53 pm
    Food prank! “Idiot Foodies Pranked Into Lovin’ McDonalds” by Tara McGinley Dangerous Minds October 22, 2014 Two Dutch pranksters from Life Hunters TV decided to hit up the annual culinary food convention in Houten to see if they could deceive foodies and “high-end food experts” with their supposed restaurant’s new “organic” alternatives to fast food. All these two guys did was go to a local McDonald’s to buy some artery cloggin’ fixins, chopped up the Mickey D’s into neat little squares and then stuck some toothpicks into the food. That’s all. So were the…
  • Chainsaw Massacre Hoax

    21 Oct 2014 | 7:09 pm
    Watch the video: Read about the hoax here How’d they do that? Watch Behind the Scenes with Vitaly Zdorovetskiy: Related posts: Ben Hurt Chariot Wars More High-Minded Holiday Gifts – 2010 Yo-yo Master Takes on the Morning News
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    Random Good Stuff

  • Over 70 Ugly Christmas Sweaters

    22 Nov 2014 | 7:49 am
    It’s not me who categorized these sweaters as “ugly” it was Neatoshop. I think some are exremely cool and I would actually wear them (for Christmas). For example I love the Never Ending Christmas, I Dig Christmas,Stitch in Time ones. Love the stitch look on them and I bet you will get several comments about these sweaters when you are standing in line for Black Friday. Take a look: Over 70 Ugly Christmas Sweaters -Christmas Presents For Bad Boys And Girls
  • Who Is The Best Flipbaord Flipper?

    22 Nov 2014 | 7:26 am
    Ever since Flipboard showed up as a stock app on my Android phone I kind of hated. But things changed since they allowed you to set up your magazine. It’s similar to Pinterest but I think the user interface looks overall smoother and it’s a bit more fun to use. If you haven’t tried Flipboard I urge you to try it out. And why not take a look at the Flipboard Magazines I created. -List of all the Nook eBooks for free
  • No Rinse / No Shower Shampoo Cap

    21 Nov 2014 | 10:27 am
    I think showering is overrated anyways. Enjoy the itch! No Shower Shampoo Cap! Easily shampoo and condition hair without rinsing. Simply place the cap on the head and massage the scalp and hair until it is thoroughly saturated, remove, and towel dry. The cap leaves hair fresh and clean with virtually no mess, and absolutely no water. Can be warmed in the microwave as well. More info: No Shower Hair Shampoo Cap -Your Personal Movie Recommendations
  • Turkish Spiral Candy

    21 Nov 2014 | 8:42 am
    This video is the first of our Travel Videos going viral. It has over a million views! It feels great to be viral. At least in terms of social media. We spotted this guy right at the Galata bridge making these taffy like soft candies aka Ottoman Candy. Especially the squeeze of lemon juice at the end gave it a super refreshing touch. Here are some helpful Istanbul Links: Istanbul Travel Blog, Istanbul Travel Book and Apartments in Istanbul
  • Bulbing Skull Lamp

    20 Nov 2014 | 9:27 am
    Woah .. this looks so cool. Want it! Or to decorate for Halloween in a minimalist way. This captivating LED lamp is made out of a thin sheet of acrylic glass, which is known for its light transmitting properties, laser engraved with lines that suggest three dimensionality. When inserted into the birch-wood base, LED lights shines through the lines, creating the powerful optical illusion. More info: Cool Skull Lamp -Everything Is One Dollar Here
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  • PieceMaker Factory: A Glimpse Into The Future of Toys?

    Marc de Vinck
    22 Nov 2014 | 3:45 pm
    Late Friday night I saw what may be the future of toys, or at least something completely unique at my local Toys'R'Us. Read more on MAKE
  • Building a Desktop Music Streamer From A Car Stereo

    Cabe Atwell
    22 Nov 2014 | 12:01 pm
      Listening to audio and radio stations on the internet usually involves using a PC or mobile device to do so. That’s no longer the case as an engineer and audiophile named Chris (of niston cloud) designed a stand-alone Hi-Fi internet receiver component that can be connected to independent sound […]Read more on MAKE
  • Cyclone Dust Separator Made From A Trash Can

    Cabe Atwell
    22 Nov 2014 | 10:00 am
    TabLeft’s Cyclone Dust Separator utilizes a Thien baffle and shop vac to keep work areas free from debris. It can be constructed using common items found in most workshops, including plywood and PVC pipe. Read more on MAKE
  • Cool Crowdfunding Nov. 22: Landspeeders to Rope Making and Conductive Ink Erasers

    Caleb Kraft
    22 Nov 2014 | 7:01 am
    The Landspeeder Project see on kickstarter Phoeard see on kickstarter Whisker IoT see on kickstarter Safari Trike see on kickstarter Winglights see on kickstarter Rope-o-matic see on kickstarter  Erasable Circuit Marker see on kickstarter   Filed under: Crowdfunding, General, HacksRead more on MAKE
  • Check Out the New All-Metal Printrbot Plus

    Mike Senese
    21 Nov 2014 | 6:47 pm
    3D printer maker Printrbot continues its evolution into a more mature industrial design with the release of the new metal Printrbot Plus. Read more on MAKE
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    Funny or Die - All Videos - Most Viewed This Week

  • RossFit with Rick Ross

    17 Nov 2014 | 6:49 pm
    RossFit with Rick Ross 1:23 Hip-hop mogul Rick Ross lost a bunch of weight. Now he's selling his own workout tape called #ROSSFIT, so you can lose weight like a hood billionaire too! Submitted by: chris_singel Regular Keywords: rossfit rick ross hip hop mogul lose weight diet exercise hood billionaire Rick Ross Rozay Boss Hood Billionaire Bruce Springsteen Springsteen Weed Blunts Roll Marijuana CrossFit Chains Gold Weight Loss Exercise Champagne Bottles Popping Bottles Strippers Cereal Money Bathtub Smoke Joint Blunt Miami Views: 173,583
  • Porn Stars Explain Net Neutrality

    12 Nov 2014 | 12:47 pm
    Porn Stars Explain Net Neutrality 1:49 Adult film stars Alex Chance, Mercedes Carrera, and Nadia Styles explain the importance of net neutrality. Submitted by: chris_singel Immortal Keywords: porn star net neutrality alex chance mercedes carrera nadia styles vivid ted cruz free speech free internet Views: 2,345,350
  • Waka Flocka Flame Hires a Blunt Roller

    11 Nov 2014 | 6:18 pm
    Waka Flocka Flame Hires a Blunt Roller 1:42 Waka Flocka Flame is looking for a professional blunt roller to follow him around on tour. Last month he asked people to apply for the job. He has received over 60,000 resumes and counting. Submitted by: chris_singel Worthy Keywords: Waka Flocka Flame hires blunt roller weed marijuana 420 smoke Views: 305,560
  • 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Man

    29 Oct 2014 | 1:48 pm
    10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Man 1:56 After watching a video of a woman experiencing over 100 instances of street harassment during a 10 hour period walking the streets of New York City, Funny Or Die News decided to conduct an experiment to see what happens to a white man walking the streets of NYC. Submitted by: natedern Worthy Keywords: parody video 10 hours 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Man 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman catcall catcalling video parody video catcall parody street street harassment Views: 6,493,506
  • Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Brad Pitt

    21 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifiana... 5:40 Episode 19: Brad Pitt sits down with Zach Galifianakis for his second most memorable interview yet. Submitted by: SteveOrDie Immortal Keywords: Brad Pitt Zach Falifianakis BTF Between Two Ferns between 2 ferns b2f ferns fern plant interview talk show talk shows talking talks zach galifianakis scott aukerman comedy bang bang the hangover movie movies tv television web series series fury furry angelina jolie shadow ross rachel friends jennifer aniston president shitty actor benjamin buttons Views: 13,980,175
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  • Oklahoma City Meteor

    22 Nov 2014 | 12:40 am
    Is it just me or have there been a lot of meteors lately. Are we going to have to sacrifice Bruce Willis?
  • The Coolest Recycling Commercial

    22 Nov 2014 | 12:35 am
    The separator has come for your trash! And then he will separate it all into organized piles of recyclable material.
  • Honest Banking

    22 Nov 2014 | 12:30 am
    I like when banks are honest about charging me fifty dollars to spend my own money.
  • Drunks Try To Fix Bike Rack

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:45 pm
    It's very rare in this day and age to see such civic minded drunks.
  • GoPro's Big Adventure

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:40 pm
    This GoPro got dropped off of a boat, and had a little Odyssey the Homer would have been proud of.
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    Improv Everywhere

  • The Pirates of Central Park

    5 Nov 2014 | 10:28 am
    (View on YouTube) | Subscribe to us on YouTube Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge / Music by Tyler Walker For our latest mission, we staged a pirate invasion on the Central Park Lake, converting a rowboat rental into a pirate ship. Actors dressed as pirates from Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean attraction set sail on the lake, searching for the keys to their treasure chest. The pirates interrogated the New Yorkers and tourists on other rowboats and by the shore, much to their delight. Enjoy the video first and then go behind the scenes with our mission report…
  • The Mp3 Experiment Eleven

    30 Sep 2014 | 9:06 am
    (View on YouTube) | Subscribe to our YouTube channel Created by Charlie Todd & Tyler Walker / Produced by Deverge For our latest mission, thousands of people pressed play simultaneously and listened to an mp3 file filled with ridiculous instructions in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Participants were instructed to dress in a single color and begin on the sidewalks surrounding Fort Greene Park. This was all part of our eleventh annual Mp3 Experiment event. Enjoy the video above first, and then go behind the scenes with our photos below. We’d like to thank the BEAT Festival for hosting the…
  • Mp3 Experiment Eleven – Thanks!

    20 Sep 2014 | 3:12 pm
    UPDATE: The video is up! Photo by Arin Sang-urai A huge thanks to everyone who came out to The Mp3 Experiment Eleven today! Please use the comments section of this page to describe your personal experience. We’re already working on the video. Subscribe to our email list and YouTube channel to be the first to know when it’s released. Official photos from our photographers: 2 PM – David Bledose’s photos – Arin Sang-urai’s photos 6 PM – David Bledsoe’s photos – Arin Sang-urai’s photos As always, all of today’s music was created by our…
  • Mp3 Experiment Eleven – Full Details – 2014

    18 Sep 2014 | 8:59 am
    UPDATE: The video is up! UPDATE: This event has passed. We are posting photos on this page. The video will be out in a couple of weeks. Join our email list to be the first to find out when it’s up.
  • Black Tie Beach 2014

    26 Aug 2014 | 7:10 am
    (View on YouTube) | Subscribe to us on YouTube Created and Directed by Charlie Todd / Produced by: Deverge / Music by Tyler Walker For the Fifth Annual Black Tie Beach, hundreds of participants spent a day at the beach in black tie attire. We covered Coney Island with a diverse group of people of all ages laying out, playing games, and swimming in the ocean in formal wear. Agents were instructed to find cheap tuxedos and ball gowns at thrift stores for the occasion. The event also happened on the same day in several other cities around the world, including Boston and Jacksonville. Watch the…
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  • Steep, rugged, canyons… the grooves of a vinyl record that is

    John Lampard
    20 Nov 2014 | 3:32 pm
    In the olden days people used to listen to music by way of circular vinyl discs, that were usually black in colour, on a device called a record player. You could not, by the way, carry this sort of music player about in your pocket. This ultra close up photo of a record player’s stylus plowing its way through the grooves of a record disc is fascinating, what an amazing technology…
  • Photos from the surface of the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet

    John Lampard
    20 Nov 2014 | 2:56 pm
    Landing a probe, or a craft with a human crew, on another planet or moon, is hard enough, so imagine the know-how required to set down on a comet. Still, that’s what the European Space Agency succeeded in doing last week, when its Rosetta mission landed a probe on the surface of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Needless to say, the photos collected by the probes concerned, during the approach to the comet, and then the landing, are spectacular. To say the least.
  • Has a book, or a number of books, ever changed your mind?

    John Lampard
    20 Nov 2014 | 2:31 pm
    I can’t say I can think of a book that changed my mind, or the way I thought, some movies for sure, but then it’s possible they were based on a book. Obviously though certain books have had an impact on some people, and a dozen academics speak about the titles that brought about changes in their perspectives: Reading The Second Shift (1989), by Arlie Russell Hochschild, was a revelation. When I graduated from college, I had refined the tools of academic success, but I didn’t know where to aim them. It wasn’t until I read The Second Shift that I understood what…
  • Do you really want to live on Mars? Then read this first…

    John Lampard
    20 Nov 2014 | 1:59 pm
    If you’re a regular visitor here, then the Mars One project will require no introduction. In short, the idea is to send people to Mars, on a way ticket, to establish a human colony there. Make no mistake, living on, or more to the point, under Mars, as conditions on the surface are far from hospitable, won’t be easy though. In fact anyone considering signing up ought to have a read of this blunt assessment of the prospect… “They’re going to be living like moles,” Willson says. “I don’t think that the people who volunteered really appreciate that…
  • Presenting the work of John Bisbee, nail sculptor

    John Lampard
    19 Nov 2014 | 3:26 pm
    John Bisbee isn’t a builder, yet he still works with nails… he is a nail sculptor.
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    Inside Seaworld

  • Manatee Awareness Month Family Craft

    Jessica Volk
    19 Nov 2014 | 12:04 pm
    To continue our celebration of Manatee Awareness Month, here’s a fun project you can do at home with your kids, family and friends – it’s a manatee craft box!  It requires only a handful of materials, including gray or beige construction paper (or use a paper bag from your local grocery store), a paper mache oval box, liquid glue, googly eyes and scissors - all of which can be found at your local craft store. Manatee fact: The manatee’s closest living relatives are the elephant and the hyrax (a small gopher-sized mammal).   Step 1:  To get started, copy…
  • Your Favorite Sea Lions are Returning Spring 2015 for Clyde and Seamore Sea Lion High

    Sharon Moore
    19 Nov 2014 | 9:36 am
    The comedic sea lion duo, Clyde and Seamore star in SeaWorld Orlando’s newest show, “Clyde and Seamore's Sea Lion High”, opening spring 2015. It’s a hilarious tale, filled with amazing animal behaviors and splashy audience fun. Clyde and Seamore find themselves in slippery pursuit of their high school diplomas and judging from the slapstick, high-energy pranks and hijinks, there’s no doubt Clyde and Seamore will emerge as heads of their class. When joined by mischievous otters, a 2,300-pound walrus and a cast of goofy human characters swimming along in the fun,…
  • My Favorite Times of the Year at Penguin Encounter

    Kat Danganan
    17 Nov 2014 | 12:44 pm
    I have two favorite times of the year at SeaWorld San Diego’s Penguin Encounter, one being the pre-lay silence that occurs during the latter weeks of June. It’s when the emperor penguins lapse into quiet prior to producing their well-guarded eggs. These are eggs we’ll find perched atop emperor feet during morning rounds, hidden by brood patches, emperor mamas hunkered deep before eventual passings-off to the dads. In the month prior, emperor trios form with two females competing loudly for each available male. During the pre-lay silence, and with the trios having been…
  • How Has SeaWorld Inspired You?

    Kat Danganan
    13 Nov 2014 | 4:34 pm
    We asked our Fans on Facebook how they've been inspired by SeaWorld. We took their comments and asked the SeaWorld Rescue Team to read them. Click the play button watch their reactions.
  • Meet the Manatees of TurtleTrek at SeaWorld Orlando

    Sharon Moore
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:59 pm
      During November’s Manatee Awareness Month, we continue to spread awareness of manatees and the many simple ways we can contribute to their conservation. Let’s take a moment to highlight three beautiful manatees that live at SeaWorld Orlando’s TurtleTrek. These three manatees were rescued with the help of SeaWorld’s animal experts and each has a unique story but they all share the fact that they were rescued as orphans. Oakley was rescued in December of 1995 from Oak Hill, Fla., weighing approximately 300 pounds. She was transferred to Homosassa Springs, then…
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    Dream catcher. A nightly journey

  • Coma

    Max Walsh
    22 Nov 2014 | 7:59 am
    I was going to leave the content black, as this was the state of my head today after a night shifz. Nothing at all but on the plus side I slept very well which is unusual for a day sleep. Bit of a comatose state if anything.  
  • X rated decorating

    Max Walsh
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:07 am
    Other than meeting a woman I didn't know in a long corridor, the reminder of my dreaming was totally X rated. No complaints from me but sorry I'm not sharing those parts. The woman I bumped into had wallpapered the hallway in a black flock paper adorned with a gold floral pattern. It was horrible and she proudly stood before her work awaiting praise. The acknowledgment she so wanted for her decorating skills wasn't forthcoming from me and I left her without saying a word to continue the more sordid part of my dream.  
  • Black jigsaw

    Max Walsh
    20 Nov 2014 | 1:09 am
    Myself and my wife were attempting to do a jigsaw puzzle last night. I tipped the box upside down and all the pieces were black. Looking at the photo on the cover of the box, this was a black square. My wife suggested sorting all the edges out first, which was a start but the puzzle was virtually impossible and very boring.  I left the room and entered a school hall that had tables around the edges. On each table was a collection of hardware products such as bolts and screws.  
  • Mouldy head

    Max Walsh
    19 Nov 2014 | 5:05 am
    There were two separate parts to my dream last night, the first involved a dead body, a slight theme this week unfortunately. The body was that of a man, he was laying on a wooden table with his head flopped over the edge which made his mouth open. I decided I would try and push his head onto the table to give him a bit of dignity but when I touched it, I found that my fingers slipped through his skull like a very over ripe melon. The more I tried to take hold of it, the more it fell apart in my hands. I walked away with the head in pieces and my hands covered in gooey…
  • Planet of the apes

    Max Walsh
    17 Nov 2014 | 9:46 pm
    I was I long corridor, it was dimly lit and the walls were black. At various points along the corridor were people standing facing the walls. Some were on step ladders. They were all either drawing or painting on the walls with brushes or crayons. Everyone was creating various characters or scenes from the original Planet of Apes movie. They were extremely detailed and intricate works of art and when finished I could see would all join together to make a massive display dedicated to the film. Lastly I found a ladder outside in a field. When I stepped on the bottom run, it…
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    HD Writers

  • "Big Brother", "Bigg Boss", & Alike Shows TV Phenomenon - Lowering Society's Values

    20 Nov 2014 | 6:18 am
            "Big Brother", "Bigg Boss", & Alike Shows TV Phenomenon - Lowering Society's Values By Gary Simpson                                     The so-called television reality shows such as "Big Brother" and its indian version by the similar name "Bigg Boss" & all such roody poo candy crap television programs are catering to those in our society who prefer to "dumb-down" their intelligence.
  • Dragon The Bruce Lee: The Greatest Martial Arts Action Hero

    17 Nov 2014 | 3:30 am
            Dragon The Bruce Lee: The Greatest Martial Arts Action Hero  By The Dan Man         Before the flashy action heroes Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen, Steven Seagal and Jean-Claude Van Damme, there was Bruce Lee. In a way, it is a real shame that many of today's generation of action film fans have never been exposed to Bruce Lee ofcourse due to a generation gap as he was perhaps the
  • The Absolute Best Legends of Soccer

    23 Jun 2014 | 1:04 pm
                                          The Absolute Best Legends of Soccer by HD     The Sport of Football is the most popular & wide-spread in the world. Played in almost every country, the Football or Soccer can easily be called the king of modern sports, the sport of the nobles. The FIFA World Cup 2014 is currently on the air has already produced some exhilarating and surprising moments
  • Pacific Rim: The Epic Proportion Sci-Fi is More Than Just Giant Robots Versus Monstrous Aliens

    19 Jun 2014 | 6:03 am
                Pacific Rim: The Epic Proportion Sci-Fi is More Than Just Giant Robots Versus Monstrous Aliens By The Gunman                                Enter the world of the "Kaijus" the titanic beasts & the "Jaegars" the giant robotic hunters. The Pacific Rim is a realization of a fantasy of any giant-monster movie fan. The film is a treat for those who spent their childhood watching the
  • The Enduring Legacy of the Star Wars Universe

    16 Jun 2014 | 1:12 am
              The Enduring Legacy of the Star Wars Universe By Zack Mandell     In 1976, nobody knew what a lightsaber was, Wookies didn't exist, and the sci-fi movie genre was on life support. A year later, George Lucas' space opera "Star Wars: A New Hope" had revived the stagnant genre, put Wookies on the map, and made lightsabers the coolest weapon in the galaxy. The legacy of the film, which
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    Pulp Interest

  • Why we Should Say No to Sugar

    Laura Roddy
    2 Nov 2014 | 1:40 pm
    The sugar debate has really become a big topic of conversation in Ireland over the past three years. Some stories in the national papers have questioned if sugar is the new cocaine with many doctors confirming it contributes to obesity, cancer and heart disease.This minute granulated white stuff is, in fact, eight times more addictive than cocaine and Americans are consuming 152 pounds of it a year.According to the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing led by Trinnity College, Dublin, four out of five people over the age of 50 in Ireland are either overweight or obese. For years the general…
  • Review: Noble

    Laura Roddy
    18 Oct 2014 | 2:30 am
     Directed and written by Stephen Bradley, Noble follows the story of the humanitarian activist, Christina Noble, from childhood to the establishment of her charity organisation, Christina Noble Children’s Foundation, in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.Born in 1944 Dublin, the young Christina Noble confronts many challenges growing up in Catholic Ireland with an alcoholic father and a sick mother. It seems that at every turn she faces much hardship which starts with the death of her mother. However, her determined character, portrayed by the young Gloria Cramer Curtis, shines through and grows in…
  • My Harry Potter Complex

    Laura Roddy
    19 Aug 2014 | 12:59 pm
     I recently watched an interview with J.K. Rowling which took place in 1998; she had just published her first Harry Potter book. She appeared mystified that the story she had spent seven years creating had sold 30,000 copies in the U.K; it had beaten the odds of what her publishers had thought were possible (she had been told that children’s books just didn’t sell in large numbers). In a café, somewhere in Scotland, she sat unrecognisable to her now self, with long curly red hair and a baggy woollen jumper, a cup of coffee nestled on the table beside her elbow. She spoke about the…
  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Review

    Laura Roddy
    18 Aug 2014 | 2:17 pm
    There’s a reason why Guardians of the Galaxy has received four and a half gold stars on both rotten tomatoes’ and IMDb’s websites. Described as the best blockbuster of the summer it is not only hilariously funny but comes with a fantastic soundtrack and some of the most amusing characters ever seen in a superhero movie. In fact, it is the talking racoon – Rocket, who exists as a result of a science experiment, the humanized tree – Groot, that has the ability to speak only three words for the entire of the film (“I am Groot”), the sensitive human -Peter Quill, who we see…
  • 8 Reasons We Couldn’t Wait To Get Back To School…

    Aisling Keogh
    15 Aug 2014 | 6:34 am
    It’s almost that time of year again, when our Facebook timelines are filled with photos of all the kids heading back to school (this is when the reality of just how old you’re getting really sets in) a topic for another time. The commute to the office that for the past three months took half the time is about to double once gain… However short lived it may have been there were the briefest of moments when we really couldn’t wait to get back to the school yard.1 – The shopping, okay this is probably more accurate for the girls, but as long as you were let loose did you really…
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    Do You Remember

  • It Happened Today — November 23

    Do You Remember
    22 Nov 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Post written by Do You RememberThe post It Happened Today — November 23 appeared first on Do You Remember.
  • It Happened Today — November 22

    Do You Remember
    21 Nov 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Post written by Do You RememberThe post It Happened Today — November 22 appeared first on Do You Remember.
  • Stars’ Embarrassing First Gigs

    Neil Vazquez
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:08 am
    We all had to star somewhere. These superstars all got their start in some less than desirable gigs. Check out some of the best ones bellow: SEE ALSO: SNL Stars When They Were in High School    Cher was once Bonnie Jo Mason The “If I Could Turn Back Time” songstress didn’t always go by her terse yet iconic sobriquet. In 1964, a young, budding Cher released this fuzzy teen-beat track entitled “Ringo, I Love You,” produced by none other than Phil Spector.   Madonna was once Emmy Back before she was the Queen of Pop, Madonna was busy living on the Lower East Side and playing…
  • It Happened Today — November 21

    Do You Remember
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Post written by Do You RememberThe post It Happened Today — November 21 appeared first on Do You Remember.
  • Mike Nichols Passes Away

    Neil Vazquez
    20 Nov 2014 | 8:10 am
    ABC News confirmed this morning that Oscar-winning director Mike Nichols passed away at the age of 83. During a career that lasted more than 50 years, Nichols directed such odd-ball hits as The Graduate, Angels In America, and Monty Python’s Spamalot. He’s survived by his wife, Diane Sawyer, who he married in 1988. To celebrate his life and work, take a look at some of the funniest moments from his early career, as one half of the comedy team of Nichols & May. Comedy can’t survive in a vacuum. Even the loneliest breed of comedians—stand-ups—needs the constant…
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    Dummies of the Year

  • Boorish Monster World

    20 Nov 2014 | 5:08 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You This is a tricky shooting game in which you need to destroy all monsters appearing on the screen. For each level you will get fixed amount. The amount will be reduced each time you shoot a missile. When a monster kills, you will get some reward money. You must complete a level before your money finishes. Use less missiles to get more score points. You can shoot a missile using the mouse. The post Boorish Monster World appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Science Connect

    20 Nov 2014 | 5:08 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You This is a science theme connect identical items Board Game. In this game you need to clear the board by connecting identical item pairs. Each time you connect 2 items they will be removed from the board. While connecting you must obey a simple rule which says that both items must be connected via a line which should not have more than 2 turns. In other words the path of connection between 2 identical Items must not contain more than 2 turns. The post Science Connect appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Word Flood

    20 Nov 2014 | 5:08 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Word Flood is a new highscores word search game with original and addicting gameplay, 3 game modes and over 150K possible words. Can you make it into TOP20? The game is simple but very addicting. Your goal is to create as many words as possible before the word board is flooded! Features: * 3 game modes* huge dictionary over 150K possible words* great tool to learn new words* improve your spelling* global leaderboards included* playable on both Mobile & Desktop The post Word Flood appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Invader Defender

    20 Nov 2014 | 5:08 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Left and right keyboard for movement and Spacebar for Fire The post Invader Defender appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Bouncing Blues

    20 Nov 2014 | 5:08 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Click on the blue ball as many times as you can in 30 seconds to earn a position on the leaderboard. [Note to Sponsors: If your website has leaderboards, this would make the game more competitive.] The post Bouncing Blues appeared on Dummies of the Year.
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    8 Bit Nerds

  • Snow White Kiss

    22 Nov 2014 | 9:49 pm
    8-bit Nerds Description Only Prince Charming can wake up the princess but the dastardly witch won’t make it easy… The post Snow White Kiss appeared on 8 Bit Nerds - .
  • FizColor

    21 Nov 2014 | 12:46 pm
    8-bit Nerds Description Join FizColor! Tap the correct color bar on the screen to reply the color resquest as fast as possible within a second. Minimalist graphics and challenging gameplay design. Instructions The post FizColor appeared on 8 Bit Nerds - .
  • Battle Monster RPG

    21 Nov 2014 | 12:46 pm
    8-bit Nerds Description Play as either a boy or girl character. Own a collection of pet monsters, and lead them out to different locations, to challenge other pet monsters via a exciting match-3 combat mechanic system. Try this amazing clone of Puzzle & Dragons made in HTML5. The post Battle Monster RPG appeared on 8 Bit Nerds - .
  • Dirt Bike 3D

    21 Nov 2014 | 12:46 pm
    8-bit Nerds Description Dirt Bike 3D is a 3D dirt bike game. The goal of the game is to ride your way through twenty increasingly challenging obstacle courses as fast as you can, without falling off your dirt bike! Some advice from us would be to make sure you use your jumping ability often, it can help you cross large gaps, and sometimes free you from tight spots! The post Dirt Bike 3D appeared on 8 Bit Nerds - .
  • Carrot Fantasy Extreme 3

    21 Nov 2014 | 12:46 pm
    8-bit Nerds Description Carrot Fantasy Extreme is a fantasy-themed tower defense game! Protect your carrot from various monsters by placing different creatures along the path to help slow down and attack enemies. Every creature has a different ability, so place them wisely. You can also upgrade them to help make things even easier! Don’t forget to destroy your surroundings so you can make more room for defenses! The post Carrot Fantasy Extreme 3 appeared on 8 Bit Nerds - .
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  • ‘Kat’s Pregnant!’ – Surprise Baby Announcement and Reactions of Family and Friends Caught on Video

    Stephen Duckworth
    20 Nov 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Instead of using a boring and traditional method to tell family and friends they’re pregnant, this couple got a bit more creative. And the heartwarming results are a pleasure to watch. They ‘tricked’ everyone into posing for a photo, but instead of saying ‘cheese’, they announced ‘Kat’s pregnant!’. via themichaels The post ‘Kat’s Pregnant!’ – Surprise Baby Announcement and Reactions of Family and Friends Caught on Video appeared first on Viralister.
  • Disney’s Cinderella Movie – Official US Trailer

    Stephen Duckworth
    20 Nov 2014 | 11:49 am
    Watch and enjoy the brand new trailer for Disney’s Cinderella, starring Cate Blanchett, Lily James, Richard Madden, and Helena Bonham Carter. The official release date is March 13, 2015. Source – Disney Movie Trailers The post Disney’s Cinderella Movie – Official US Trailer appeared first on Viralister.
  • The Hole by Tom Ska

    Stephen Duckworth
    19 Nov 2014 | 10:40 pm
    via Tom Ska The post The Hole by Tom Ska appeared first on Viralister.
  • Valuable 1980s Toys, Gadgets and Video Games you May Still Have

    Stephen Duckworth
    15 Nov 2014 | 2:57 am
    80sRetroToys have put together this fascinating infographic that could have your scurrying into your attic, shed or garage. It shows recent sale prices for second-hand toys, gadgets and video games from the 1980s on auction websites like ebay. For example, the rarest He-Man figure, Savage He-Man, which the maker originally gave away as a promotional toy, is now worth around £1120 in decent condition. The post Valuable 1980s Toys, Gadgets and Video Games you May Still Have appeared first on Viralister.
  • Sainsbury’s 2014 Christmas Ad is a Real Tear-Jerker

    Stephen Duckworth
    13 Nov 2014 | 10:26 am
    A couple of days we ago we posted the Christmas ad for the UK shopping giant John Lewis. Today, it’s the turn of Sainsbury’s, one of the UK’s largest supermarkets. The video is based on the true story of the Christmas truce and commemorates 100 years since the start of World War 1. Through the week leading up to Christmas in the 1914-1918 war, members of the British and German armies laid down their arms and staged unofficial ceasefires along the Western Front. What started with singing culminated on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with the exchanging of gifts and souvenirs.
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    Bored be gone.

  • Dog playing with themselves [Gif]

    21 Nov 2014 | 8:49 pm
    A pair of dachshunds enjoy playing with themselves. The post Dog playing with themselves [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Failed drugs awareness campaign from the ’90s [Pic]

    21 Nov 2014 | 8:31 pm
    The idea seemed to work until the reality set in that pencils need to be sharpened from time to time. The post Failed drugs awareness campaign from the ’90s [Pic] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Wingsuit Point of view [Gif]

    21 Nov 2014 | 8:12 pm
    Using a wingsuit is the closet that humans can get to flying like a bird atm. And for those who don’t have access to a wingsuit, this is the closet you will get to the real thing. The post Wingsuit Point of view [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • 3 different types of dog [Pic]

    21 Nov 2014 | 7:54 pm
    At least the person choosing the dog was able to make an informed choice of their dogs attitude. The post 3 different types of dog [Pic] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Human skateboard stop-motion [Gif]

    21 Nov 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Stop motion of 1 human riding another human The post Human skateboard stop-motion [Gif] appeared first on Bored be gone..
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  • 10 Interesting Facts About Kenya

    5 Nov 2014 | 3:19 am
    Kenya lies on the equator and was also known as Mount Kirinyaga, meaning ‘mountain of whiteness’ owing to its snowy mountain peaks. Kenya is a presidential representative democratic republic, with its largest city Nairobi, as its capital. There are some amazingly interesting facts about Kenya, here are they: Interesting Facts About Kenya #1: The Treetops [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts about Istanbul

    4 Jul 2014 | 12:51 am
    Istanbul is full of interesting facts. These facts will definitely make you eager to tour Turkey’s largest city. Istanbul is one of world oldest cities and it played very important role during ancient times. Today, Istanbul has remained to be one of the most significant cities in the world. It is strategically located between Europe [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Nepal

    30 Mar 2014 | 3:05 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About Nepal Officially known as the Democratic Republic of Nepal, the country is bordered by some of the biggest developing countries of the world. The country is home to several peaks and diverse heritage of linguistics. Having been a monarchy for most part of its history it is now a [...]
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Spain

    30 Mar 2014 | 3:05 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About Spain Officially called the Kingdom of Spain, Spain is only second to France in its size in Western Europe. Being the largest producer of olive oil, the country is also nearly as mountainous as Switzerland. Now let us know some amazing & very interesting facts about Spain Interesting Facts [...]
  • 10 Interesting facts about China

    30 Mar 2014 | 3:04 am
    Amazing, Fun & Interesting Facts About China The world’s most populous country is the People’s Republic of China. Governed by a single communist party it is the second largest country by land mass. Here are 10 amazing & very interesting facts about China that you may not be aware of- Interesting facts about China #1: [...]
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    Newfie Blog

  • Welcome to the 21st Century!

    26 Oct 2014 | 7:01 pm
    It’s been a sad week here in Ottawa after a gunman shot and killed a military officer and then made his way to Parliament Hill and inside the building where he opened fire on people there. Luckily no one else was injured, largely due to the efforts of sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers, who shot the gunman before he could do more harm. The gunman has now been identified, whose name I will not mention. I can’t believe that after 13 years, Parliament Hill wasn’t better prepared for such an incident. It doesn’t say much about our elected representatives if since 9/11 no one…
  • Oh Canada! Say it isn’t so!

    23 Sep 2014 | 8:31 pm
    I have to apologize before I even start writing tonight, because I really feel like ranting. It’s been over a week after all since I last wrote an article. I knew it would only be a matter of time before I blew my top.   I was watching the evening news a couple of days ago and heard them talking about our National Anthem. Apparently “Oh Canada” is not gender neutral enough, and they want to change the words to make it more inclusive. What a pile of monkey crap.   I would think there are more pressing issues in this country right now than picking on the Anthem. What…
  • Need Some Extra Cash? Look no Further

    9 Sep 2014 | 7:58 pm
    Need some extra cash? Look no further than your garage or basement! Yes, you heard me right. I don’t have some lame product I’m trying to shove down your throat, or some tear jerking success story. I just have facts. Over the past 16 years my wife Carole and I have been together, I’ve learnt that most of us accumulate a lot of “stuff”. Notice I used the word “stuff” and not “junk”. That’s key here, because what you might think is junk, actually is worth something to someone. If you’re real lucky, some people may be prepared…
  • Twillingate Underrated? Tell Me Something I Didn’t Already Know

    3 Sep 2014 | 8:08 pm
    I was just doing my nightly routine, checking my email and visiting Facebook, when I came across an article posted on Facebook titled (click on the following link to read the article) The 20 Most Underrated Places In Canada, According To Canadians. It’s a great article that mentions some great places in Canada to visit. One place in particular caught my eye though, Twillingate, NL. Long Point, Twillingate, NL – Summer 2013 The article really got me to thinking about what makes a place great. The more I thought about it, the  more I had to agree with Twillingate being on that…
  • What’s Wrong with Justin Bieber?

    3 Sep 2014 | 2:38 pm
    Where do we start? Here’s a young man who became an overnight sensation when he was barely a teen. The things we all experienced in our teen years, he has totally missed out on. That’s not to say “poor Justin”. How can something like overnight stardom NOT mess you up? Justin Bieber Arrested – September 2, 2014 Justin has now grown into a man. Growing up in his teens, his life was under a microscope by people who could care less about him, his life or his struggles. It’s all about what sells, and apparently pissing Justin off and getting footage of him…
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    Izzy Laif - video review and tutorial

  • Vamo V6 review

    19 Nov 2014 | 4:17 pm
    Buy: Vamo V6 Unboxing! This is a Vamo V6! I already reviewed Vamo V5 and Vamo Mukey. Unfortunately, the latter lasted for only about a month or so, until the circuit board fried. Frankly, Vamo Box is not a very good model as it is very heavy and not too sturdy, even though it fits your hand like a glove. Don’t forget to watch the reviews, find the links below. So once again I was left without a vaping device, and had to vape the socket – using that battery less pass through which proved to be a life-saver once again. I really recommend to purchase it as rescue device for any…
  • Sexy lace mask

    15 Nov 2014 | 3:30 am
    Click to buy. Unboxing me gently… because I already know… what’s inside. A lace mask! It should have arrived before Halloween, and I even placed the order two months prior to the event, but Paypal has blocked my payment for some reason, and then blocked my account, which was under review by their Compliance team for three weeks! Three weeks I couldn’t pay for won lots on Ebay, and almost got strikes from the sellers for non-paid items. Fucking Paypal bastards, I hate them. So, the mask arrived 2 weeks after Halloween. Well, probably we’ve got to use it on New…
  • An error occurred during the start operation 80010009

    4 Nov 2014 | 9:21 am
    So you try to run a PS3 game, say FIFA 15, and it gets you An error occurred during the start operation (80010009) If you are on OFW (official firmware), just update it through XMB. But if you are on CFW (custom firmware) like Rogero or Rebug, you need to read what Multiman tells you when you mount the game. It says, that the game is designed for 4.60 and you have 4.55, so you need to update the CFW to play the game. It also says that this will fix the 80010009 errors for older games signed with older keys, but we have a new game. So its the cryptography keys problem once again. You may just…
  • Where to buy bikini bra pads

    2 Nov 2014 | 2:19 pm
    While traveling in Thailand, we bought a white bikini, but one of the padding inserts fell off, so the seller gave us a pad from another pair. Too bad it was grey and not white as the other one, and as the fabric gets transparent when wet, we ended up with different coloured tits. So I ordered a pack of bra pads at eBay. It was 1.5 bucks, but now it sells for even less, about 1 dollar.
  • Battery mount for 18650

    29 Oct 2014 | 5:56 am
    Unboxing! This is a holder box with wires for 18650 battery. I ordered it at Aliexpress, and only after a mere 55 days it is finally at my doorstep. Why do I need it? You may remember my review of a decent mp3 portable radio from China. It has a built-in lithium battery, which obviously degraded in the five years since purchase. So I decided to install this battery holder inside the radio, and fill it with 18650 leftovers from my electronic cigarette. New lithium 18650 are not good enough for vaping after a year of use, but still can operate decently in a radio. Don’t forget to watch…
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    Mr. Twister's Funhouse: Funny. Cute. Viral. Popular.

  • 8 Signs Your Cat is Trying to Kill You

    22 Nov 2014 | 7:30 pm
    My friends, the kittens are rising, the apawcalypse is coming. Don't say I didn't warn you.[Sho Ko]
  • Charlie the Beagle Tries to Control the Baby Toy

    22 Nov 2014 | 6:29 pm
    Charlie the Beagle tries to turn down the volume on the baby toy. At least, that's my opinion. Maybe he's got something else figured out… What do you think?Previously: Dog vs Baby: The Big Fight for a Bib[Charlie The Beagle and Laura Olivia]
  • Ice Skating Pigeons

    22 Nov 2014 | 5:36 pm
    Somewhere in Russia… Pigeons are fed bread crumbs. The only problem is that those bread crumbs are on the ice. It's hard to stand on the ice and pick the crumbs at the same time.[karapuz30040]Source:
  • How a Tiger Prepares a Turkey

    22 Nov 2014 | 5:16 pm
    Zeus and Keisha tiger are celebrating their first Thanksgiving with Big Cat Rescue by illustrating how one prepares the perfect holiday bird in two VERY different ways.Previously: Tigers Destroy Pumpkin[Big Cat Rescue]
  • Pug Demands to be Cuddled

    22 Nov 2014 | 4:38 pm
    This little pug demands to be cuddled. He pulls his human's hand and he hopes to get some attention.Previously: Polite Cat Closes the Door[ignoramusky]
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  • From India Priyanka Chopra Joins UNICEF #IMAGINE Campaign

    Anish Debnath
    22 Nov 2014 | 9:40 pm
    Celebrities cover John Lennon’s #IMAGINE song as part of the UNICEF campaign. UNICEF has launched a new campaign, #IMAGINEto draw attention to the challenges children face around the world and help raise money for the organization. More then 100 celebrities from around the world joined the campaign.Among them were Katy Perry, Adam Lambert, Courteney Cox ,Lance Bass and Priyanka Chopra singing the song alongside clips of Lennon performing it. You can add your voice here The post From India Priyanka Chopra Joins UNICEF #IMAGINE Campaign appeared first on HOURDOSE.
  • 10 Things That Make You A “TRUE LOVER” !!

    Rinny Rebecca
    22 Nov 2014 | 7:30 pm
    And the age old question of love, fancy dates , gifts & relationships go on, while if in my opinion I had to give you a insight on it, I’d go a mod-trad way! See for yourself? 1. Loyalty: This never goes out of fashion; any relationship is cemented on the roots that you are bound to them & them alone & the fact that you are proud of them in your lives. 2. Commitment: A true lover is not afraid to commit, commit to give time, indulge into the love & affection. It’s a bond of promise. 3. Honesty: Now, truth they say is bitter but in real lies would be poisonous. All…
  • Tamil Actresses Caught in Prostitution!

    22 Nov 2014 | 12:39 pm
    Ranjitha Ranjitha would figure first on this list, since she was most publically caught with video evidence of soliciting Swami Nithyananda. She did deny the allegation at first, saying it was a look-alike, but we all know the truth. Caroline Mariya Asan Caroline was caught at a five star hotel when the police laid a decoy trap for her. She has played heroine in movies, `Rain`and `Wadachalam`.   Bhuvaneswari Tamil actress Bhuvaneswari and four men were arrested by the Chennai police for their involvement in prostitution. The sex siren has also played a prostitute  in director…
  • 13 interesting things about “Naa Bangaaru Talli”

    22 Nov 2014 | 3:17 am
    1) The film is based on a true story of sex trafficking. The script is based on the true story of a girl who was rescued by Sunitha who is the producer of the film. 2) Director of this film Rajesh Touchriver earlier did a documentary named ‘Anamika’ which is now in the syllabus of the National Police Academy and National Judicial Academy. 3) Although the film’s main plot revolves around sex trafficking, it does not have any type of vulgarity, nudity and violence in the scenes and is primarily a story of a father and daughter. 4) It is the first Telugu film to release with…
  • 10 Reasons Why Indians LOVE Dan Brown (Reader’s Dose)

    Rinny Rebecca
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:30 pm
    You need reasons to love an author? You do? I give you 10!! WHY INDIANS LOVE DAN BROWN!! 1. Religion & matters alike have been rudimentary & sedimentary to Indian culture, while hinduism is the base however Indians are pretty much accomodative to other religious beliefs, if not agree; respect. Rooted to this, Dan writes a great deal about religion, though its his way. 2. Dan Brown’s recent visit to India did spur up much of the spark of love amongst even those who didn’t know about him much, atleast Indians got a taste bud via publicity. Even though I find it insane way…
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    Kellys Reality: Fashion, Fitness and Funny Stories from the Dr.s Wife

  • Charity Glam-What to Wear

    22 Nov 2014 | 4:58 pm
    One of my favorite things (and my husbands least fave) is going to black tie charity events with him. I mean what girl doesn't love getting all glammed up and feeling like a million bucks in a killer dress. We attended a fabulous one this past weekend at a casino in Detroit and it proved to be nothing less than spectacular and raised over $250,000 to support a local hospital and their programming. Giving back never looked and felt so good :)I tried rent the runway for the first time and it is a website that has designer dresses available for rent. I loved the Nicole Miller dress I…
  • Falling for Fall: Fashion and Decoration

    21 Oct 2014 | 8:19 am
    Fall is my favorite time of the year :) Gone are the days of sweating off your makeup and frizzy, humidity soaked hair and hello to cooler temps, gorgeous fall colors and holiday excitement.We are finally settling into our new house and I am loving being able to decorate it. It just wasn't the same when we had a different rented tiny apartment each year that never quite felt like home. Here are some of my favorite fall happenings so far:Our front porchA DIY centerpiece I made watch out Martha Stewart!Michigan has some of the best fall colorsCheck out those colors! This was in Iowa for a…
  • Dirty 30

    29 Sep 2014 | 10:37 am
    So I am officially a member of the dirty 30 club now. I haven't really matured mentally or sense of humor wise past the age of 19 so it feels so strange typing that out ha! We had a party over the weekend at our house and it was fantastic. It was the only time since my wedding that all of my favorite people were in one place to celebrate with me. Here are a couple pictures:The obligatory selfie before the party startedMy cake! I was most looking forward to this out of everything. I couldn't find a bday cake that I liked so this one is a modified wedding cake...only me I swear.A before…
  • Viva Las Vegas...and Florida

    11 Sep 2014 | 10:50 am
    Spending the past 4 days in Vegas with my sister felt like we were there for 4 weeks. Vegas has a way of packing so much into one day that at the end of your trip you leave utterly exhausted, fulfilled and hopefully not broke as you say goodbye your money for one last time looking out the airplane window ;)
 I haven't seen my sister in a year and we wanted to take a girls trip to celebrate our reunion and my 30th birthday a bit early. Here are a couple of my favorite moments from the trip:Looking like a bunch of bananas. Yes we may have taken a limo from the airport but hey its my 30th…
  • Back Home

    23 Jul 2014 | 5:52 pm
    The past 6 weeks have seen a lot of action. We moved into our first house which is absolutely gorgeous and more than we could ever ask for :) However...dun dun dun. We have run into major issues with it.Undisclosed basement leaks are always awesomeIts brand new construction and we are learning now that the builder was unfortunately pretty incompetent in almost all aspects of the construction. It has been a nightmare since we moved in to get him to fix the issues. Were talking major things like basement leaks, roof problems, A/C not installed properly, fireplace not installed properly, and…
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    Famous Clowns

  • The Clown in You

    Tom Raymond
    16 Nov 2014 | 5:41 pm
    The Clown in You, by Caroline Dream – editorial review courtesy of THE CLOWN IN YOU is a clowning manual for students, teachers and practitioners. It contains all kinds of valuable clown knowledge; both practical and theoretical. Within its pages readers will find all the basic principles of clowning, first-hand clowning experiences, tried and […]The post The Clown in You appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Frank “Slivers” Oakley

    Tom Raymond
    16 Nov 2014 | 3:52 pm
    Frank Oakley, aka. Slivers, 1871-1916 Frank Oakley, also known as Slivers (1871–1916) was the most popular circus clown of his generation. Born in Sweden, both of Oakley’s parents were concert singers. At the age of 14 he began to practice as a contortionist and at 16 he joined his first circus. His parents convinced him […]The post Frank “Slivers” Oakley appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Bert Williams (Egbert Austin Williams) (1874 – 1922)

    Tom Raymond
    12 Nov 2014 | 4:07 pm
    Born in the West Indies, Bert Williams was a black entertainer appearing as a song-and-dance clown in the minstrel/tramp tradition of McIntyre and Heath. He was also an excellent pantomimist. His contemporaries considered him the greatest entertainer of his generation. Because of his talent, he broke through many racial barriers for black entertainers. His first […]The post Bert Williams (Egbert Austin Williams) (1874 – 1922) appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Curly Robbins

    Tom Raymond
    6 Nov 2014 | 7:32 pm
    W.D. Robbins – Curly Robbins – 1928 – 2002 Curly Robbins began his clown career in 1959. He volunteered to be a clown at a underprivileged children’s Christmas party and found he had a passion for it. In 1962, a booking agent for Clyde Beatty – Cole Bros asked him if he’d like to appear […]The post Curly Robbins appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Happy Kellems

    Tom Raymond
    5 Nov 2014 | 5:17 pm
    Harold “Happy” Kellems (1905-1987) Happy Kellems was a tramp-character clown, minstrel, and vaudeville performer. A native of Evansville, Indiana, he began his entertainment career in medicine shows, joined by longtime partner, Van Wells. Together they moved to vaudeville and burlesque and then turning to minstrel shows, which became their great love. Kellems supposedly produced the […]The post Happy Kellems appeared first on Famous Clowns.
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    Veg Momos

  • Congress Party Leave India Campaign – Rahul Gandhi Funny Rap

    Veg Momos
    22 Nov 2014 | 9:56 am
    Rahul Gandhi Funny Rap Disclaimer : This article does not intend to speak odd against any political party in India. We respect all parties and their leaders. Buts truth is bitter and this video is fun ! Congress has been ruling our country for decades. I will not say if Congress does not know how to grow India, but it surely has learned about each and every hole in our constitution that they can use. For congress fans this video might not suit so well, but anyway, this is an amazing artwork done by some guys (no idea who). They manipulated the speech given by Rahul Gandhi and mixed his own…
  • Meet Ian Usher – The Man Who Sold His Life on eBay.

    Veg Momos
    22 Nov 2014 | 4:16 am
    Ian Usher, 50, sold his life on eBay. People would sell most weird stuff they own on eBay, the online megastore. But Ian Usher sold his entire life – his friends, house, vehicles, job, friends everything for $309,292. No possession at all, except his clothes he walked away. This auction is by far one of the most expensive auctions on ebay. But why would a man sell his entire life ? The story here starts when Ian Usher moved from Britain to Perth, Australia with his wife. 6 years after moving to Perth, he had a divorce. Ian Usher is a man of thrill. He’s an adventurer, diver,…
  • 10 Most Expensive Things Made Only For the Richest

    Veg Momos
    22 Nov 2014 | 2:11 am
    Clive Christian Perfume $215,000 17 ounces Clive Christian perfume is also known as Imperial Majesty was introduced in 2006.  Clive or CLV, where C stands for Clive (oh) L for love and V for Victoria, has world’s most expensive perfume in their private collection. 1 Gram of this perfume costs $448. The problem is you cannot buy 1 Gram of it ! You’ll need to buy the whole bottle. A traditional Chinese business (identity unknown) has already bought more than 1 bottle of this perfume. Its enclosed in a Baccarat crystal bottle finely polished and sold in the same. 5 carat white…
  • Violence in America : Infographic

    22 Nov 2014 | 2:07 am
    United State is undoubtedly a dream destination for millions of peoples. They wanna work here, live here and be an US citizen. But, don’t fall for only the goods of this country cause there’s always two sides of a coin. Lots of people from other countries believes that United States of America is safest place on earth and think that there is no violence in America without knowing the actual truth and statistics. No matter how luxurious and professional United States looks but still it’s definitely not that Safe as much as you think of it. There are thousands of violent…
  • Meet Iranian Amou Haji, Who Did Not Take Bath Since 60 Years !

    Veg Momos
    21 Nov 2014 | 4:28 am
    ” Taking bath will make me sick ” – says Iranian Amou Haji Meet the man who did not take a bath since last 60 years. Amou Haji is 80 years old who lives in a village of Dejgah, Fars, Iran. Mr. Haji is reported to be the most dirtiest man on this Earth. But why did he choose such a lifestyle ? Haji did not want to stay dirty. Some past experiences of his young life and some incidents that occured to him, made him pass through a mentally unbalanced stage of life. After which Haji says if I take bath after so long, I’ll be sick. Haji does not like to eat good clean food…
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  • 5 Film Cameras You Can Score at the Thrift Store

    14 Nov 2014 | 3:34 pm
    Did you ever watch that show Magicians Secrets Revealed? The show where a masked magician revealed old magic tricks and illusions to the masses? Well, this kinda like that but for finding cameras.  Tell eBay and the local camera store (that may or may not only sell fixies) to suck it and find a professional film camera at your nearest thrift store for dirt cheap! These cameras are all very common and millions were made so you can find one at just about every thrift store with a little patience and a keen eye. Here are a few things to keep in mind while hunting for a bargain camera. The…
  • Moorten Botanical Garden, Palm Springs | Off The Beaten Path

    4 Nov 2014 | 3:52 pm
    I’m going to come right out and say it: checking out the Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium is a must do when in Palm Springs. Like, you would be missing out majorly if you didn’t see this place. Granted, you should have a healthy appreciation for desert plant life before going (i’m going to rightly assume you are the proud owner of at least one succulent terrarium), but even if you don’t, this place should instill an appreciation for these resilient plants. Established in 1938 by actor Chester “Cactus Slim” Moorten and his botanist wife, Patricia, the…
  • Reverberation Radio: Sonic Lost and Found

    1 Nov 2014 | 7:58 pm
    Do you find yourself listening to the same 50 songs on your iPhone all week long? Are you too lazy to search out new music on the internet? Well then let Reverberation Radio be your music sherpa that will guide you toward sonic bliss. Reverberation Radio is a podcast that is the collective effort of the Los Angeles based four piece Allah-Las. Updated every Wednesday with a dozen or so forgotten gems that range from beach blanket anthems to Bollywood dance tracks to tape hissing garage rock. The tracks are thoughtfully arranged with a blended, seamless playback that makes it the perfect…
  • Curt Teich, Beauties of the Desert

    31 Oct 2014 | 7:29 pm
    The dictionary tells us that the desert is “a region wholly or approximately without vegetation” and that “such regions are rainless, usually sandy, and commonly not habitable”. This is far from being a correct description of the desert, so well known for its turquoise skies, far horizons, vast reaches of level mesas, blue veiled mountains with tinted peaks, purpled shadowed canyons, flaming sunsets, starlight nights, the gentle majesty of the morning and the golden glory of the sunfilled day. Following the winter rainy season, which on the desert is of short duration…
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