In December of 2010, the Editors of Cracked.com decided to lock three of their regular writers in a conference room for 30 days. The writers--Michael Swaim, Cody Johnston and Daniel O'Brien--were tasked with creating as many comedically-themed sketch videos as they could. The conference room descended into madness well before day 6.
Apple generates a small war's worth of media attention every time they release a new product. Since they've already made phones in their image, it's only a matter of time before they take on the rest of the consumer market.
Apparently parents in the U.S. are learning their parenting skills from the Chinese. Let's ... let's just take the foot of the gas, guys.
We all have our favorite shirts. And we tend to hang onto them well past the point that logic and public decency laws would dictate ...
Surely our favorite board games sprang fully formed from the land of bunnies and rainbows, right? Anybody? Hello?
If you were an alien who'd just crash landed on earth, some of the metaphors that get tossed around in everyday conversation would be pretty confusing. But then you'd take the time to learn human languages, and you'd still be confused. Metaphors could be confusing, is what we're trying to say here.
A wise and sagely woman once posited that heaven is a place on a Earth. And if that's true, then hell is just two exits down on the left. Oh, it exists, do not doubt it. It's real, it's right here and I have the god damn pictures to prove it. Literally.
While we'd like to think the free market is all about selling good quality at a good price, the difference between profit and bankruptcy can in fact lie in the seller's ability to screw you an ounce or a nickel at a time.