Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Cognative Dissonance




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Italian Helmet from 1543



Made by Milanese armourer Filippo Negroli in 1543, from Metropolitan Museum of Art:
"Made from one plate of steel patinated to look like bronze. . . the graceful mermaid forming the helmet's comb holds the grimacing head of Medusa by the hair"



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Hey! Trump's Plan to Ignore Russia Sanctions





LateNightWithSethMeyers

Everything Wrong With It (2017)





CinemaSins

Spy Problems



We'reOutofCornflakes

Impressive Jump Kick







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Do you suffer from PAR*ENT*ING?





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Toddler Eats Onion Like An Apple




This kid is going places.

Meat hanging From The Ceiling



A man walks into a bar and sees two pieces of meat hanging from the ceiling.

Confused, he asks the bartender "why do you have meat hanging from your ceiling?"

The bartender says "I'm glad you asked, currently we have a challenge going on where if you can jump up and slap both pieces of meat with your hands I'll cover your tab for the whole rest of the night. However, if you attempt to slap the meat and miss, you have to pay for everyone else's drinks in the bar until we close."

The bartender looks back at the customer and asks "So what do you say, would you like to give the challenge a shot?"

The customer quickly responds with a "No."

"Why not?" The bartender asks.

The customer replies, "The stakes are too high."




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Impossible I tell ya





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Iridescent Chalcopyrite over Calcite




From the Edong Mining District, Daye, Hubei, China 



What Americans Say vs What They Mean





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New Album




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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Dundee | Extended Trailer





This is fake but almost looks like it would be funny if they did it right.

Link List 1-30-18

 

White House says there’s no need for new Russia sanctions - This is now officially a Constitutional crisis. He has decided to enact a law that was passed with a veto-proof majority through both houses.

 

What's Coming To Netflix, Prime, and Hulu February 2018

 

The Dark Crystal is Returning To Theaters - Due to Netflix working on releasing a sequel later this year. 



Responsibilities





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He's 44 - His wife bet him he couldn't make a hip-hop video.






Qualifications





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The Horse




A young man named Chuck bought a horse from a farmer for $250.

The farmer agreed to deliver the horse the next day.

The next day, the farmer drove up to Chucks house and said, ‘Sorry son, but I have some bad news, the horse died.’
 
Chuck replied, ‘Well, then just give me my money back.’

The farmer said, ‘Can’t do that. I went and spent it already.’

Chuck said, ‘Ok, then, just bring me the dead horse.’

The farmer asked, ‘What ya gonna do with him?

Chuck said, ‘I’m going to raffle him off.’

The farmer said, ‘You can’t raffle off a dead horse!’

Chuck said, ‘Sure I can, Watch me. I just won’t tell any body he’s dead.’

A month Later, the farmer met up with Chuck and asked, ‘What happened with that dead horse?’

Chuck said, ‘I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at five dollars a piece and made a profit of $2495.’

The farmer said, ‘Didn’t anyone complain?’

Chuck said, ‘Just the guy who won. So I gave him his five dollars back.’



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Unsane | Official Trailer




Directed by Steven Soderbergh. In theaters March 2018.

Monday, January 29, 2018

Mom's warnings were true





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Tourists in 1920's Cairo




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Ironic Parking Job




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The other side of Mount Rushmore





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Goose Neck Barnacle


Live gooseneck barnacles are a very rare and special gourmet delicacy. Typically this product is found only in Portugal and Spain, and can cost up to $80 per pound.  The act of harvesting these barnacles is very difficult, and often times treacherous because of how the barnacles grow: on large, slippery boulders jutting out into the ocean, exposed to the constant barrage of the ocean. This makes the availability of this product very variable as a number of factors must be weighed before they can be safely harvested.
The flavor of gooseneck barnacles is somewhere between crab and razor clam, and reminiscent of a mildly briny oyster; they are soft in texture, with a gentle resistance. They are typically the size of your thumb or index finger, with approximately 30 to 40 pieces in a pound.




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Pharmaceutical Cartels




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Yelp for Coworkers




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Motivation




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Sunday, January 28, 2018

Found Footage




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Link List 1-28-18

Game of Thrones Season 8 to Premiere in April 2019

 

Glenn Howerton confirms Dennis will still be in ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ (well, maybe here is his tweet)

 

The Amazon rainforest is being burned down faster than ever before to plant fields of corn and soy for processed foods 

 

Angel City Chorale choir perfectly imitates a thunderstorm, then they start singing Toto's Africa

 

In 1904 a Swedish sailor shipwrecked on an island inhabited by cannibals. He was captured and taken to a local king, whose daughter fell in love with him. He married, had nine children with her, and became the king after his father-in-law. 



 

Details are Crucial




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Big Jake, The World's Largest Horse

Over 7 ft and 2600 lbs.




Everytime




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True Love

Uhhhh...wat

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Rules of The Roadtrip




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School Closures




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Saturday, January 27, 2018

Clear Frog


Book Cover Cliches


How it works

If there's one thing every self-respecting blockbuster novel needs on its cover, it's a silhouetted man with his back to the reader, walking away, alone.
It's a style that tells you, with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer, that the book's protagonist is likely to be a maverick who doesn't play by the rules and does things his own way.
Real-world examples include James Patterson (The Family Lawyer), Lee Child (just about any of his Jack Reacher series) and Linwood Barclay (Parting Shot).


Friday, January 26, 2018

If "Real People" Commercials Were Real Life - Chevy Dependability Award






ZebraCorner

How to test the age of an egg





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Problem Solved


Repurpose, reuse, recycle


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Alpaca vs. Llama




ObviousPlant

Ocean Wave Projector



Tactical Desk with secret hidden compartments





Put Out The Vibe






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Funny Stubborn Squirrel


Fat too


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Only The Superficial Things




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Yeah Minivan!




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Teaching Your Kid





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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Get out - Honest Trailer






ScreenJunkies

Competitive People




Wumo

Link List 1-24-18

 

Ryan Reynolds to Star in 'Clue' Film at Fox - Writers of 'Deadpool' Attached

 

20 Books by People Who Actually Know What They’re Talking About - An actual good list of non-fiction books in a nice layout that isn't a slideshow.

 

Woman has four balloons implanted in her face so dangerous birthmark can removed and replaced with expanded skin - Link to a picture. It's kinda shocking so I exercised some judgement here. 


“Get Out of Jail Free” Cards; institutionalized corruption for friends and family of law enforcement employees

 

 

F/X Makeup




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Arctic explorer Peter Freuchen and his wife



He participated in several arctic journeys (including a 1000-mile dogsled trip across Greenland), starred in an Oscar-winning film, wrote more than a dozen books (novels and nonfiction, including his Famous Book of the Eskimos), had a peg leg (he lost his leg to frostbite in 1926; he amputated his gangrenous toes himself), was involved in the Danish resistance against Germany, was imprisoned and sentenced to death by the Nazis before escaping to Sweden, studied to be a doctor at university, his first wife was Inuit and his second was a Danish margarine heiress, became friends with Jean Harlow and Mae West, once escaped from a blizzard shelter by cutting his way out of it with a knife fashioned from his own feces, and, last but certainly not least, won $64,000 on The $64,000 Question. He was also 6’7”.
-- Kottke, Peter Freuchen



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The Black Dragonfish




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You have to imagine he is whistling





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WTH Happened?


Petal confusion? Idiocy? I can't tell

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