- Geek & Sci-Fi
A Change.org petition claims the commercial unfairly mocks those who suffer from Celiac disease.
Those angry gamers in Australia added The Bible to their growing list of petitions against Target, but the store had some bad news for them.
After a Change.org petition convinced Target to stop selling 'GTA V,' gamers launched two hilarious but poignant counter-petitions.
'The Legend of Zelda' fans are petitioning Nintendo to add a tribute to Zelda superfan Robin Williams to the game, and Nintendo responded.
Petitioners have awesomely dubbed the film "Sharknado 3: Fin-Dependence Day."
World Of Warcraft fans have successfully petitioned Blizzard to add a tribute to fellow WoW player Robin Williams to the game.
People seem to be handling this very well.
Over 100,000 people signed a petition to deport Canada's worst export since Nickelback, Justin Bieber.
"We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked."
Alabama fans are not taking their Iron Bowl loss lying down. They've started a petition to redo the overtime they never got.
There are real, honest-to-God petitions to get Rory Gilmore in the "50 Shades of Grey" movie.
Someone launched a petition on the White House's "We the People" site to make Miley Cyrus' "Party in the USA" the new national anthem of America.
The White House may have said no to the petition to build the 'Star Wars' death star, but a Kickstarter project hasn't given up yet.
What would it take to mop the floors of the Death Star from 'Star Wars', besides a bunch of midichlorians we refuse to acknowledge?
A petition to build a Death Star garnered enough signatures to warrant an official White House response. We also know what that would actually cost.
FLORIDA or OHIO...or both?!?
It's been brought to our attention there is currently an open petition to the US Government entitled "Enforce women's equal right to go topless in public wherever men have this privilege.
"Premium VOD" is a new distribution model for films whereby cable/satellite subscribers (notably DirecTV) can pay premium prices (thirty bucks) to see films 60 days after their theatrical release, rather than the customary 132 days.