Haven\'t you heard? Facebook is taking over the world, and anything different you find on your homepage do is irrefutable proof.
While I understand licensing your trademark for general use to be plastered over any and all products is a good way to make money and makes fans of your trademark happy, I like to think there should be some kind of non-godawful way to go about that.
So tax day's come and gone and by right about halfway through this sentence or so, some of you will have realized you completely forgot to file your taxes for the year.
Day 1: Mysterious Meteorite Disappears (Odd Stuff section of Digg).
Steven Seagal is being sued for allegedly keeping and choking sex slaves.
It's like if... something and... something else... were combined... to make a third thing?
Somewhere in the bundle of shame-amnesia that was early adulthood, I also forgot about Conan. Oh, I knew he existed, and I would speak fondly about his show if somebody brought it up. But I didn\'t watch it; not for years. Much as motherfuckers did with Dre, most of us forgot about Conan.
If I\'m going to go to all this effort to amaze/gravely irritate people, I\'ll be damned if I\'m going to let some amateur balls up my comments section with their hastily written endorsements for meeting tall women.
I\'m the resident Alternative Lifestyle Specialist around here (which is what I keep asking my boss to call me instead of \'drug-addled wreck of a human being,\') so when new pharmaceutical trends sweep through the United States like Daniel Larusso\'s leg, it\'s up to me to cover them.
The Super Friends had to deal with a lot of problems. They had to fight crime without actual violence on the screen, one of them was a bucket of water, six of them didn\'t wear pants and the non-Caucasian ones were so clumsily written that they seemed like animatronics from a racist pizza parlor.
In an industry where recording artists are constantly forced to grab their ankles, these guys did it with a smile on their faces.
Friends and Lovers, I have amazing news. According to \'The Hollywood Reporter\', Warner Brothers is planning on making an action-adventure movie \'based\' on Leonardo da Vinci called \'Leonardo da Vinci and the Soldiers of Forever.\' As much as I hate to admit it, I did not make up that awesome, totally rad title. That\'s what the treatment is act