Happy Star Wars Day.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
If the heads of the World Boxing Council, Federation and Association were looking for something that could recapture the public’s fascination and fanfare of their corrupt sport, I’m not sure this latest bit of boxing news is going to do the trick.
Better luck next time, 4th place video editor.
For the seventh year in a row, people all over the world gathered to perform ridiculous tasks and insane stunts for the sake of getting their names in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Roland Bunce, a ginger 24-year-old computer science graduate from Belfast, entered himself in the UK's The Next Model 2011 contest last month as a gag.
On Saturday, thousands of people gathered in 11 cities across the planet to celebrate the birth of Peyo, the man who gave us the Smurfs, for Global Smurfs Day 2011.
The past two weeks have been a heated, troubling time for thousands of people around the world.
Dog News After multiple recovery attempts, the Japanese coast guard has successfully rescued the dog seen above.
One of the things that social media and networking sites teach us regularly is that no matter how secure we think our personal information is, it's not.
According to scraps of details I've put together in the hour or so that I've been researching this video's origin, this football match between Australia and Ireland took place in 2004 and is played under "compromised rules" which is different than the standard international rules.
Weird News, American Style All the great news stories should start with the subtitle, "Police find back door open, marinara sauce on wall".
This may not be an actual TV clip, but this interview with an Irishman who works in finance was one of the highlights of my weekend (in fairness, my weekend was not that exciting).
Another robber has taken a sticky page from the topless girls who robbed ATM customers in Paris.
Someone at TSA set the "My First Cavity Search" fake kid's book as their desktop photo.
Let me start by saying the answer to the second question is an emphatic yes, but first let's talk about Facebook's big thingy.
Wired Magazine is keeping it classy this month with their cover story on regrowing fatty breast tissue using a mastectomy patient's own stem cells, and if you didn't notice the cover in the picture above, check your pulse because you may be dead.