In what I’m classifying “a dick move,” scientists are putting windows into mice. I mean, yeah, it’s for cancer research. But mice be like, “dude, a window doesn’t go there.” (It’s actually helping.)
Because, hey, why have a full a frank discussion of issues when you can just put a couple of funny words to ridiculous pictures and call it a day? Anyway, we’ve collected some political memes.
The Daily Show unveiled a new segment: “A Daily Show Tribute To Institutional Competence.” Out on the East Coast, New York and New Jersey’s upper-echelons of government are in full-on “fix it” mode, and the major casualty of this change is the current trajectory of political bullshit discourse.
So, walking creepy baby-looking dude Kim Dotcom, despite fighting prosecution from ‘Merica for his file sharing site Megaupload, has announced a new file sharing destination that he believes will protect him from further legal entanglements.
While the East Coast cleans up the soaked wreckage that used to be their homes from Superstorm Sandy, it’s important for us to remember that, yes, we’re still going to be electing a president. In less than a week. Like, real soon, now.
Scientists at Stanford University that creates a cheaper substitute for pricey materials used in our conventional solar panels. So hey, maybe we should put some money into solar energy? I don’t know.
For the rest of my days, I will curse Joe Bereta for selecting this story. There are nine newly discovered tree tarantula species, and now I have to look at these sons of bitches in high resolution. Joe, with my last breath, I will curse your name.
You want some nerd gear? Games? You want that, don’t you? You’d like to see some trailers. That’s right, we’re going to give you all the nerdy nerddom you can handle. And then, just when you think you can’t handle anymore, we’re going to give you more. You dirty, dirty nerd.
The Jersey Shore and the Northeast Corridor is reeling from the punch of Superstorm Sandy. Millions are still without power, airports are all messed up, and subways are still offline. First responders and aid workers are in operation around the clock to get their cities back online.
So, documentarian Justin Sisely was in charge of the auction that netted $780,000 for the right to take Brazilian national Catarina Migliorini’s virginity. Well, Brazil’s not happy about that.
For once, it isn’t Captain Morgan that’s making my brain feel like it’s stabbing itself. The Flat Earth Society is still a thing, and they’re still trying to convince you the world ain’t round.
The Walt Disney Company has bought Lucasfilm for $4 Billion in cash and stock. In case you’re wondering guys — yes, that includes the Star Wars franchise. UPDATED 2:10pm
She came, but she hasn’t left yet. Hurricane Superstorm Sandy just had her way with the East Coast, but the damage is not over yet.