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Japanese Windows 7 Fail

Oct 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: videos

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Proving that Windows 7 is the perfect followup to Windows Vista, this video comes from a live Japanese TV news show. The demonstration is supposed to involve a man using the touch-screen functionality that Windows 7 offers. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work.



Drunkest Guy Ever: The Silent Film

Oct 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: videos

silent_drunk_filmMillions of people have scoured the internet for videos of people, animals, and other situations that are simultaneously absurd and fascinating. The most recent viral video that fits this requirement is all over youtube and titled: Drunkest Guy Ever.



Top images for October 22

Oct 22nd, 2009 | By | Category: images

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A collection of the day’s most intriguing images.



Adventures in Laziness – Dirty Dishes

Oct 20th, 2009 | By | Category: snewz

Look at that sink! It's useless!

When it comes to committing yourself to a simple maintenance act in order to improve your home’s hygiene level, dealing with plates, cups, knives, forks, and sporks after you’ve eaten is not an overly difficult task, particularly when you consider the overall health benefits to maintaining a clean home. Who wants to get some sort of crazy disease from a mold spore in their kitchen sink? I know these things seem to be really curable on House, but they’re not usually so pleasant.

But what is the cure? How can I save myself?



HELP ME, SUPERMAN!!!

Oct 15th, 2009 | By | Category: snewz

A 6-year-old boy climbed into a balloon made by his father, a retired meteorologist, and let it loose, floating thousands of feet in the air.

It is currently unknown whether the child was actually in the balloon, or if he had simply let the balloon loose or worse, fallen out of the balloon as it ascended.



RE: The Spam Folder

Oct 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Article, revewz, snewz

Yes. The spam you can eat. No, dummy. E-mail spam!People no longer need to be subject to the constant con-artistry that lives in their spam folders, but it is sometimes required to delve into the pile in order to retrieve a prized e-mail that may have been misdirected. Whether looking for a response from a beautiful girl, waiting for a message on an important banking matter, or any other occasion in which life itself may hinge upon a single e-mail, sometimes it just doesn’t come. Or it doesn’t seem to come.

She really liked me, though. I’m sure of it… maybe it went to my spam folder. It does happen. But what else is going on in there?



Obama Wins Nobel Peace Prize; US invades Moon

Oct 9th, 2009 | By | Category: snewz

On October 9, 2009 at 5:30 AM EST, US President Barack Obama was announced as the 2009 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize “for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.”

Two hours later, the United States began an unprovoked attack on the Moon.

The President was awakened by a knock on his door, where he was greeted by the Nobel Prize Patrol, balloons, and a big check for his US $1.4 Million prize.



3 cats, 1 steak

Oct 7th, 2009 | By | Category: videos

This video is mesmerizing. I both commend all those involved, and chastise them for not having cut the steak into bite-sized morsels. It’s been a while since I’ve posted “just” a video on here, but I couldn’t resist. Maybe it’s time for me to get another cat.



Flood It!

Oct 6th, 2009 | By | Category: games

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The object of Flood-It! is to ‘flood’ the screen with the same color of pixels. You do so by starting at the top left pixel. From there, you select one of the colored buttons at the bottom of the screen, and your ‘flood’ area will grow to include that color (as long as the color is adjacent to your starting square). You keep selecting colors, your ‘flood’ area grows, and pretty soon almost the whole screen will be one color! Addictive and Fun!



Top Ten Creepy Letterman Sex Partners

Oct 4th, 2009 | By | Category: snewz

lettermanOn October 1, 2009, The Late Show with David Letterman opened up with Letterman’s monologue explaining a scandal that was breaking about his life. Allegedly, Robert J. “Joe” Halderman, an Emmy Award nominated writer, director, and producer, had attempted to extort Mr. Letterman for $2 million with the threat that Mr. Halderman would write a screenplay and a book regarding affairs that Letterman had had over the course of his life.