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Dreams VS Reality.

Sinister Mastermind.

News Anchors Fails of 2011.

Funny Photos.

Animal House

Young Frankenstein.

Tasty Burger. Classic Samuel Jackson.

Just a flesh wound.


Bring out your dead!


From Full Metal Jacket.


Bob & Tom at it again.


Cat wranglers.

This is hilarious.


I believe the medical term for this is headupassitis.

Texting gone bad.


Canine Stereo

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November 2015
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  • Why the best hire might not have the perfect resume | Regina Hartley
    Given the choice between a job candidate with a perfect resume and one who has fought through difficulty, human resources executive Regina Hartley always gives the "Scrapper" a chance. As someone who grew up with adversity, Hartley knows that those who flourish in the darkest of spaces are empowered with the grit to persist in an ever-changing work […]
  • My year reading a book from every country in the world | Ann Morgan
    Ann Morgan considered herself well read -- until she discovered the "massive blindspot" on her bookshelf. Amid a multitude of English and American authors, there were very few books from beyond the English-speaking world. So she set an ambitious goal: to read one book from every country in the world over the course of a year. Now she's urging […]
  • Why are these 32 symbols found in ancient caves all over Europe? | Genevieve von Petzinger
    Written language, the hallmark of human civilization, didn't just suddenly appear one day. Thousands of years before the first fully developed writing systems, our ancestors scrawled geometric signs across the walls of the caves they sheltered in. Paleoanthropologist, rock art researcher and TED Senior Fellow Genevieve von Petzinger has studied and codi […]
  • What are animals thinking and feeling? | Carl Safina
    What's going on inside the brains of animals? Can we know what, or if, they're thinking and feeling? Carl Safina thinks we can. Using discoveries and anecdotes that span ecology, biology and behavioral science, he weaves together stories of whales, wolves, elephants and albatrosses to argue that just as we think, feel, use tools and express emotion […]
  • My country will be underwater soon -- unless we work together | Anote Tong
    For the people of Kiribati, climate change isn't something to be debated, denied or legislated against -- it's an everyday reality. The low-lying Pacific island nation may soon be underwater, thanks to rising sea levels. In a personal conversation with TED Curator Chris Anderson, Kiribati President Anote Tong discusses his country's present cl […]
  • The future of news? Virtual reality | Nonny de la Peña
    What if you could experience a story with your entire body, not just with your mind? Nonny de la Peña is working on a new form of journalism that combines traditional reporting with emerging virtual reality technology to put the audience inside the story. The result is an evocative experience that de la Peña hopes will help people understand the news in a br […]
  • The secret sneaker market -- and why it matters | Josh Luber
    Josh Luber is a "sneakerhead," a collector of rare or limited sneakers. With their insatiable appetite for exclusive sneakers, these tastemakers drive marketing and create hype for the brands they love, specifically Nike, which absolutely dominates the multi-billion dollar secondary market for sneakers. Luber's company, Campless, collects data […]
  • The chilling aftershock of a brush with death | Jean-Paul Mari
    In April 2003, just as American troops began rolling into Baghdad, a shell smashed into the building author and war correspondent Jean-Paul Mari was reporting from. There he had a face-to-face encounter with death, beginning his acquaintance with a phantom that has haunted those who have risked their lives on battlefields since ancient times. "What is t […]
  • How I'm working for change inside my church | Chelsea Shields
    How do we respect someone's religious beliefs, while also holding religion accountable for the damage those beliefs may cause? Chelsea Shields has a bold answer to this question. She was raised in the orthodox Mormon tradition, and she spent the early part of her life watching women be excluded from positions of importance within the LDS Church. Now, th […]
  • The moral bias behind your search results | Andreas Ekström
    Search engines have become our most trusted sources of information and arbiters of truth. But can we ever get an unbiased search result? Swedish author and journalist Andreas Ekström argues that such a thing is a philosophical impossibility. In this thoughtful talk, he calls on us to strengthen the bonds between technology and the humanities, and he reminds […]
  • In Search of Elusive Apple iPad Deals November 29, 2015
    It's become something of a thanksgiving tradition, I take some electronics that are two or more years old -- or have been cycled out of service and I put them up for sale on Craigslist. Once they're sold -- which often takes little more than a day -- I'm back in the market for new devices to replace the once that have a new home. This year, I […]
  • The Vinyl of Photography November 29, 2015
    Ann Pattenden - Silkscreen print - ink on canvas - 36x48 In a piece in the NY Times today, Rob Walker comments on the 'return of the physical'; the fascination with all things analog -- from printed books to vinyl records to over the air TV broadcasts and rabbit ear antennae. As far back as 1982, at the very dawn of the digital age, author John Nai […]
  • This Man’s New Facebook Profile Picture Has Made Him A Web Star November 29, 2015
    All Ivor Noyek did was post a new profile picture on Facebook. The snap shows him walking down the side of a New York road, hands in pockets and deep in thought. But a friend took the hipster-style photograph and jokingly Photoshopped it into a fake movie poster. Noyek was playfully cast as the lead in a fake "Werner Herzog Film" called "Stree […]
  • How Controversial Gene Editing Could Lead To Groundbreaking Cures November 28, 2015
    Thanks to the controversial new technology known as CRISPR, scientists are beginning to make headway in understanding and potentially curing some of the world's most intractable diseases. Sickle-cell anemia, HIV, schizophrenia and autism -- essentially, anything involving bad DNA is now fair game. The latest example, from a study published earlier this […]
  • Total Dick From Future Black Friday Shows Off New Time Machine November 27, 2015
    Shoppers waiting in line at a local Best Buy received a shock when a man from the future appeared in an explosion of light and proceeded to brag about the new time machine he'd just purchased during the Black Friday sales in his own time, the year 2278. The mysterious man laughed while wiping down his brand new time machine with some sort of futuristic […]
  • Dear Future Dead People, Don't Trust This Guy's Plan To Resurrect You November 27, 2015
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  • The Top Laptop Deals Of Black Friday 2015 November 27, 2015
    Laptops are a Black Friday staple and this year we are seeing stores take a different direction and bailing on the low cost laptop frenzy in favor of giving great discounts on featured packed laptops. In previous years you could get a dirt cheap laptop but you likely would be left frustrated at its poor performance or its terrible screen. Features we recomme […]
  • This Is What a Day in the Life of a Tesla Intern Is Like November 27, 2015
    What's a day in the life of a Tesla intern like? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Eddie Lin, former Tesla Service Engineering Intern, on Quora: It varies hugely between teams and the projects you'll be working on, but I'll try to cover […]
  • The Bottom Line: 'Fortune Smiles' By Adam Johnson November 27, 2015
    When a spur-of-the-moment mix-up forces Dongjoo -- a protagonist in one of Adam Johnson’s National Book Award-winning short stories -- to hurriedly defect from North Korea, he acclimates quickly enough to the modern comforts of the South. He even changes his name to something hip-sounding, something with that Gangnam air of exportable cool: DJ. He doesn’t kn […]
  • REI To Black Friday Shoppers: Go Outside Instead Of Buying Stuff November 27, 2015
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