We present the latest installment in our ongoing quest to show you every picture that has ever looked ridiculously fake, and isn't.
Ghandi would be proud.
Politicians discovered CG around 2008 (some are still working on discovering the internet) and boy, are they not making good use of it.
Even more pointless than most ...
In the late 70s and early 80s, you couldn't get through a comic without seeing a one-page ad involving a highly improbable scenario where a well-known super hero had to save the world using nothing but the power of delicious Hostess snack cakes.
It's a somewhat sobering thought to learn how some animals dedicate their intelligence to the sole mission of getting the hell out of whatever enclosure we humans have deemed secure enough to keep them in.
You will laugh exactly twenty times. Unless you watch them twice.
It's amazing how much of our society operates underground -- literally.
It's easy to pose for a photograph to make you look awesome. It's a lot harder to come off as a total badass in the heat of the moment, with no warning, no setup, and no pretense. Hard, but not impossible: