The George Harrison Memorial Tree In Los Angeles Was Killed By Actual Beetles

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A tree planted in Los Angeles in memory of Beatles great George Harrison has died due to a beetle infestation.


Here Is The Best iPhone Line Complaint You’ll Read Today

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The iPhone is so ubiquitous, people who hate iPhone lines are using it to complain about them.

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Miley Cyrus Is Calling Her New Album ‘Bangerz,’ And Somehow That’s Not The Worst Part

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The covers for the regular and deluxe editions of Miley Cyrus' upcoming album BANGERZ (seriously) are here. Yes, they are ironic, don't worry.


Movie Studios Issue Takedown Request For Takedown Requests

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Movie studios are issuing takedown requests for their DMCA takedown requests. Seriously. This is happening.


Scientists Use Science To Prove Scientists Are Sexist

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So, in case you were wondering, scientists apparently kinda suck at this whole "gender equality" thing.

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Lana Del Rey’s ‘Summertime Sadness’ Debuts On The Saddest Day Of Summer 2012


I'm not sure if the timing of this is good or awful, but Lana Del Rey released her video for "Summertime Sadness" -- a song about losing someone you love -- today, one of the most tragic days in recent memory. And like her last video, this one is quite Instagram-y.


HP’s TouchPad Disaster Still Came In Second in Tablet Sales


Hewlett Packard had big plans for its TouchPad.


Why Does Russia Want to Shut Down GMail?


Russia is, as we all know, currently in the process of getting over this whole "democracy" thing and getting back to being the oppressive brutal regime it once was before Stalin died and things went all wussy.


Actor Who Starred in Girl Who Played with Fire Dead in Fatal Fire, Irony

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Per Oscarsson, an 83-year-old Swedish actor who most recently starred in a trio of films based on Stieg Larsson novels, including The Girl Who Played with Fire, is presumed dead after a fire at his home.


’70s Board Game Predicted BP Incompetence


The '70s were a strange and disturbing time in human history, rife with bad clothing decisions, bad music decisions, and sad attempts to make money off of board games.

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