As the furor heats up over the racist team image of the Washington Redskins, this poster by the National Congress of American Indians blasted across Twitter on Thursday.
The poster with its own racist images of New York Jews, San Francisco Chinamen and, of course, the Cleveland Indians was an ad created for the NCAI by advertising firm Devito/verdi in 2001. Its simple message resonates even more today. Continue reading
Former NASA/JPL engineer Mark Rober has created a sensational new crop of Halloween costumes that use a smartphone or tablet to scare the bejeezus out of everyone. Continue reading
Is this new Fox News studio a joke? No, this is the new way the cable news propagandist plans to disseminate its lies and disinformation. It looks like something that belongs in Mad Magazine.
In a video tour of the new “Revolutionary Fox News Deck” at its HQ in New York, Fox anchor Shepard Smith never quite explains why these gigantic 55-inch touchscreen monitors were installed. Are the Fox “journalists” so myopic they can’t see normal-sized computer screens? Continue reading
Desperate people in Russia are longing for a big payout. That’s why they’re willing to risk their lives by almost getting killed. The solution to this peculiar accident-causing trend is for innocent drivers in Russia to have a dashcam running every second they’re driving. Continue reading
Take a look at this very special .44 magnum mailbox made by Roger Buchko, a New Jersey cabinetmaker who created this 350-pound replica of a .44 magnum revolver that might make USPS mail carriers feel like someone’s gone postal on them. Continue reading
If you had a spare $80 million lying around that you couldn’t launder or even count, where would you put it? On Breaking Bad, Skyler White had to put Walt’s cash stash in a storage unit because it had grown so large, and we just found out in Sunday’s episode how much money Walt thinks it is.
Before you watch the video above, see if you can figure out how British magician Scott Penrose fooled a mall full of shoppers into thinking they were witnessing the miracle of a Star Trek transporter. His secret is revealed at the end of the clip.
It’s part of a promotion for movie streaming service Blinkbox, which will soon be offering the Star Trek Into Darkness movie to its customers in the UK. Continue reading
As buzz reaches a fever pitch over the iPhone 5S launch just a few days away, Matthias and J-Fred might have stumbled upon some truth in this parody video. If rumors are true, Tuesday’s Apple event could be a major letdown, perhaps even eclipsing the disappointment with the iPhone 4S.
You’ll remember the launch of the iPhone 4S — that was the time Apple tried to convince us that adding an app called Siri to the iPhone made it something new and fascinating. Too bad a lot of us already had that exact same app on an iPhone 4.