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You're killin us, Smalls.
There's one thing no one has considered: Drugs might just be smarter than us.
Yes, I'm trolling you. No, that doesn't mean that I don't more or less mean every word that I say in my writing
Look, drugs aren't all that great, really. But sometimes the way Hollywood depicts their effects on people is downright laughable.
Scientists look for ways to liven up their daily grind just as much as the rest of us.
If you're good at having babies (a rarer skill than you'd think), why not get paid for it? We talked to one woman who did just that, and it turns out that there's plenty of weirdness involved.
There's something special about an anonymous stranger dedicating their limited creative time and energy to making their favorite fictional characters bone in ways that would make Dan Savage blush.
The problem is so similar to the way movies depict alien invasions that Steven Spielberg has bought the film rights to my infested door and the movie is coming out in the summer of 2017.
It's unclear if anybody in Hollywood's examining whether or not funding an endless series of interlocking films is quite possibly a disastrous idea.
No reasonable person can be expected to keep up with every important headline while maintaining their sanity.
In his new column going up tomorrow, David Wong uses the hilariously outdated Billy Joel song 'We Didn't Start The Fire' to illustrate a confounding problem with dominant white and western culture.
In his new column going up tomorrow, David Wong uses the hilariously outdated Billy Joel song 'We Di...
We're betting most of you didn't catch any of these the first time around.
Walkers rule. Runners are lame.
Being rich and famous affords you a lot of luxuries. One of these is being to demand whatever the hell you want to -- no matter how crazy and obnoxious it makes you look.
Cracked talked to Kate Dobson to learn what happens when your school goes to that great NCAA division in the sky.
Remember you need to watch 41 hours of 'Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.' to understand any of this.
Old-timey storytellers apparently didn't write fairy tales for kids -- they wrote them to keep jaded serial killers entertained while waiting on death row.
It's not even a good version of 'Passion.'