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More often than not, Twitterbots are useless. They don’t have a lot of practical applications unless you’re interested in spam or looking to spread malware. But sometimes, Twitterbots can be useless in a good way. Oscar Wilde was paying a compliment when he said, “All art is quite useless.” Basically, the inherent use of art must […]

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Tumblr has released its roundup of the most popular, talked about, and re-blogged content/noise/shit from the image-heavy social network over the course of 2014. There’s stuff in there that’s cool (art, rando blogs) and there’s a lot that isn’t (actors, sponsored content, terrible music), so we’ve put together a list of what you should care […]

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Yearly global military spending has surpassed $1.75 trillion, with defense budgets eagerly bolstered by dick-waving patriotism. In this crowded market, how does a weapons dealer advertise its product to potential customers, Congressmen looking for kickbacks, generals who need iron Viagra, and El Presidente? A sleek promotional video presentation on YouTube should do it. This is […]

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After a month of FIFA festivities, the 2014 World Cup soccer championship finally ended with the German team kicking a ball into the big ground basket. And now, to savor the tail-end of those sweet, sweet World Cup metrics, here’s a list of the most important things that happened on the internet, by the internet, […]

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Remember that part of Nightmare on Elm’s Street when Johnny Depp gets sucked into a portal in his bed, then gushes out as a geyser of blood, drowning the ceiling with human pulp in some of the most amazing analog visual effects in horror? (They just rotated the set 180 degrees. Take that, CGI.) That was totally […]

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There are two certainties in life: New Year’s Eve will never live up to the hype and you will constantly be surrounded by people waxing nostalgic about the good old days. Unfortunately for the good old days, they weren’t all that good. No matter what era you pick in New York City’s history, it has […]

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According to Hollywood Reporter, Sony Pictures is in talks with Danny Boyle to direct a Steve Jobs biopic and Danny Boyle is reportedly in talks with Leonardo DiCaprio to star. Thankfully, the actor’s most notable performances have prepared him for such a challenge, particularly his last three films. ROMEO + JULIET (1996): RICH ASSHOLE THE MAN IN THE IRON […]

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Congratulations fellow godless Babylonians, we don’t live in the most devout city. NYC ranks 84 on a list of the 100 holiest cities in the U.S. according to Men’sHealth. The survey was based on places of worship per capita, the number of volunteers who support them, and the amount of money donated. Burlington, Vermont won […]

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A travel website compiled some of the “world’s scariest airports” and surprise, LaGuardia made the cut. A nurse from Chicago describes the terror: “You’re flying in, and you get seriously close to the water before the plane hits the ground. It’s like you’re about to crash into the river! And if we did, it wouldn’t […]

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