2014 FIFA World Cup

Please Enjoy The Taiwanese Animators Horrifying Take On USA Vs. Ghana

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The USA might come off looking pretty fair weather to the Taiwanese Animators, but who cares? We won!

2014 FIFA World Cup

And Now, A Compilation Of Americans Freaking Out Over The John Brooks Goal

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If you love videos of fans celebrating America's soccer victories, then this compilation from yesterday's win against Ghana is for you.

2014 FIFA World Cup

Delta Airlines Posted A Controversial Tweet Following The USA’s World Cup Victory Over Ghana

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Delta Airlines thought their tweet was innocent enough, but it has many claiming "racism."

2014 FIFA World Cup

Here Come The Awesome Reaction Videos From USA’s World Cup Win Over Ghana

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The US pulled off a stressful but incredible 2-1 victory over Ghana at the World Cup, so let's celebrate by watching other people celebrate.


More Ghana movies! (And Links)

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Here's another movie trailer from Ghana to go along with <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/11/ghanas-terminatorpredator-movie-looks-legit">those amazing ones from the other day</a>.


Ghana’s Terminator/Predator movie looks legit

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Here we have the trailer for 2016, a movie from Ghana which seems to be set four years in the future, in a time when both Terminators and Predators roam the Earth.


Mega Gallery: Crazy movie posters from Africa

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After my award-winning post about <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/02/poland-has-the-best-movie-posters-a-gallery#page/1" target="_blank">Polish movie posters</a> -- okay, so I didn't actually win any "awards," but I did get lots of pageviews (*pulls out stack of singles*) Here's my best blogger ever award number one (*stuffs down own G-string*), here's my best blogger ever award number two.



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The first $99 laptop to go on sale didn't come from <a href="http://laptop.org/en/">One Laptop Per Child</a> after all.


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Apparently in Ghana in the 80s, entrepreneurial-minded guys would drive around from village to village with a VCR, projector, and generator and create a sort of mobile cinema.

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