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09.16.14 Marina Galperina

Holy shit, it’s another app. Shrub is the new drawing app for iOS by Linked by Air/Jeffrey Scudder. The world around you is your paint. It’s free today! It’s easy; “paint” to capture, move camera to change what you’re capturing and “paint” on some more. Look, those are all my eyes. And face hole. I’m Fritz Lang, […]

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12.17.13 Andy Cush

To save Xiao Wei’s hand after he lost in an accident at work, doctors in China’s Changsha region attached it to his ankle. For a month. Then put it back in the normal hand spot, at the end of the wrist. Why? To keep blood flowing to the hand while they performed other necessary surgeries, like fixing […]

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02.15.11 Marina Galperina

Glenn Beck doesn’t want you to Google because “Google is deeply in bed with the US government” and that’s why all those other countries are banning it, good for them. Lamest attempt to censor the Internet ever, FOX. […]

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02.14.11 Bucky Turco

Mainly this: “Horseman of Apocalypse Shows up in Cairo?” While the people of Egypt were busy protesting, Fox Nation reports that the theological construct signifying the end times and the return of Jesus Christ, appeared amongst the predominantly Muslim crowd—hint, hint! […]

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10.28.10 Bucky Turco

The Daily News asks: “Did a time traveler get caught on camera in 1928?” Hmm. Let’s think about that for a second. Of course they did. How else can you explain the object that a woman is holding up to her ear in this clip from a 1928 Charlie Chaplin film? It’s a cell phone […]

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08.31.10 Marina Galperina

In a fit of overzealous pandering, the Associated Press mistook a Tea Bagger for American hero Neil Armstrong the other day. Oopsies: A captioning error. The AP issued a correction, but the media continued to misreport the caption. That’s not him in the photo, but did the moon walker actually attend Glenn Beck’s white power […]

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