Naked crack-smoking man attacked by alligator in Florida. Sometimes the headlines just write themselves, I swear…
A hard (core) lesson in privacy. Selling your PC? Don’t forget to wipe the disks, especially if you have home movies of yourself having unconventional sex, and you’re a TV personality. I’m not convinced about this story though, I demand proof! Preferably on Youtube.
The misadventures of Hello Cthulhu. It’s got that Lovecraft-meets-Sanrio insanity thing going.
Skymall Catalog Jamboree. Some people think that the Skymall catalog is full of useless crap no one would spend their money on unless their brains were oxygen-deprived by high altitudes — the Goons clearly do — and it’s likely that they’re right.
The real effects of outer space exposure. Very interesting stuff!
Hummer H3 crashes into a standing (empty) school bus. Have a look at the damage. After that, if you still buy an H3, that should be considered proof that you are literally retarded.
Worst emails ever, by British tabloid The Sun to celebrate the 35th anniversary of electronic mail. I’m not normally a fan of The Sun or anything, but this is just naff!
The 25 funniest analogies, compiled by high school English teachers. The plainest evidence that “writing what you know” is sometimes a terrible policy.
Forensic artist illustrates what Michael Jackson should look like now, if he had not had surgeries. No side-by-side comparison with the actual Michael jackson, but nevertheless that’s just spooky.
The “Engineering Estimate”. What you need to do to a programmer’s estimate of time required for a task in order to get much of an idea of when it will actually get done. This is pretty damn accurate in my experience.