Santa Monica Beachgoers Get Pelted with Snowballs

It’s been really warm in Los Angeles this January. I know. I live there. We’re talking temperatures in the 70s. Meanwhile, it’s freezing and dumping snow in most of the rest of the country. That prompted Jimmy Kimmel to put together this segment called Snowballed. The premise is simple. Get people hanging out at the… Continue reading Santa Monica Beachgoers Get Pelted with Snowballs

It’s This Cold in Michigan

It’s been cold in the Midwest. Really cold. This just looks brutal, though. This photo of a lighthouse sitting along Lake Michigan was taken by Joshua Nowicki in St. Joseph, Michigan today. The city sits about 90 miles northeast of Chicago. It’s cold there too. Temperatures have been in the single digits all day. Probably… Continue reading It’s This Cold in Michigan

Melding Two Celebrities Into One

Conan has a segment called If They Melded and for some reason, we weren’t aware of it until now. However, it is awesome. It takes video of two celebrities and makes them into one. The results are horrifying and hilarious.

Michael Bay Can’t Handle it When the Teleprompter Doesn’t Work

Director Michael Bay. What can I say. I think he’s a hack. Transformers? Thanks for ruining my favorite childhood toy for all time. Pearl Harbor? Armageddon? Atrocious movies. The only things you’ve even been involved with that were actually good were Bad Boys and The Rock. So, for some reason Samsung enlisted Michael Bay to… Continue reading Michael Bay Can’t Handle it When the Teleprompter Doesn’t Work

World’s Largest Video Game Collection

The world’s largest video game collection is owned by Michael Thomasson, who lives outside of Buffalo, NY. Guiness counted the collection at 10,607 games. It has since grown to more than 11,000. Thomasson owns titles from all the obvious platforms, but also plenty of obscure stuff like games for the Casio Loopy and Apple Pippin, as well as laser… Continue reading World’s Largest Video Game Collection

2013 in One Illustration

  Here’s a bunch of key events in 2013 mashed up into one illustration. It was done by Mario Zucca. You can read more about the process and some of his favorite scenes on his website. Lots of references to technology and TV shows. See what you can pick out.