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Sunday, April 18, 2010



Goal Celebration Fail [video]

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 06:50 PM PDT

Goal celebration went terribly wrong!

Kick-Ass Fails to Kick Ass at Box Office on Opening Weekend

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 06:31 PM PDT

According to studio estimates Sunday, How to Train Your Dragon took in $20 million, with Kick-Ass just behind at $19.75 million. Ouch.

Dude Fails Dunk Over Four Girls

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 06:10 PM PDT

This baller picks up four girls on the court and takes out one!

The Tax Man Should Cometh

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 06:00 PM PDT

How I learned to stop worrying and love audits.

What's The Deal With Iceland?

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 06:00 PM PDT

Ash from an Icelandic volcano is causing big and costly disruptions in Europe but, so far, it's nothing compared with the havoc caused by the country's economic eruption a year and a half ago. How can a remote island in the North Atlantic, with only about 320,000 people, be the source of so much damage?

The KFC Double Down on Steroids [PIC]

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 05:40 PM PDT

What's more ridiculous than a KFC Double Down?

Foo Fighters Drummer Streams New Album in 8-Track Quality

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 05:40 PM PDT

Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters) is streaming his new album in 8-Track quality. Compete with tape compression, hissing, and clicks. Drag the tape to the slot!

iPhone-to-iPad Free Upgrade (PIC)

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 05:30 PM PDT

Too Big to Fail..

Gameshow Pedophile

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 05:20 PM PDT

The guy is soo creepy! I can't believe this went on the air and nobody said a word..Very weird times those 70's and 80's.

Icelandic Volcanic Ash Grounds Thousand Of Flights In Europe

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 05:10 PM PDT

An ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano was projected to snarl international travel for a third straight day, as flight cancellations and airspace restrictions stretched into Sunday.

TIME: NASCAR Tries to Restart Its Engine

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 05:00 PM PDT

After enjoying years of explosive growth and transforming itself into the first sports-business phenomenon of the 21st century, NASCAR is trying to restart its engine. Last season, attendance fell some 10%, and empty seats have pockmarked this year's races in Atlanta; Fontana, Calif.; and even venerable Bristol.

RIAA Wants Gov. to Delete Your Illegal Downloads

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 04:50 PM PDT

Copyright holders are now lobbying to be allowed access to your computer to delete content they deem bad.

iPhone 4G: proof -- Engadget

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 04:30 PM PDT

Well what do you know about this? With all those rumors flying around that the iPhone 4G we'd spotted was no more than a Japanese

Man Arrested for participating in 'GangBang' w/ a 15 & 7 Y.O

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 04:10 PM PDT

20-year-old Gregory Joseph Leary has the dubious distinction of being the first arrest in what we hope will be a lineup of many more. He's charged with having sex with the 15-year-old girl from Trenton who served her 7-year-old sister for a gang rape.

Obama's tax return: By the numbers

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 04:10 PM PDT

The Obamas earned $6 million last year and payed $2 million in income taxes. Those aren't the only interesting figures in their IRS forms

The USA's Grossest {& Most Delicious} Fast Food Sandwiches

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 04:00 PM PDT

"....this list was harder to compile than one would think. I tried to be fair and share the wealth by not choosing two sandwiches from the same fast food company. Also, at many of these places you can add to burgers and sandwiches to make them even more monstrous and malevolent than offered on the menu."

Cat Brain Inspires Computers of the Future

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 03:50 PM PDT

Technology that mimics how brain cells in a cat work could lead to human-like artificial intelligence.

Inside The Plume, A Volcano Tells Its Secrets

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 03:40 PM PDT

If you really want to know what's up with a volcano, you need to sample the material it's spewing out. To do that, two volcanologists set out for the giant clouds coming from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland.

Togolese Student Builds Humanoid Robot From Old TV Parts

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 03:30 PM PDT

No matter how cool you think your childhood science projects were, Sam Todo, a student from the Togolese Republic in Africa, has probably one-upped you with his humanoid robot made almost completely out of old TV parts. Right now the fully automatic robot can only walk in straight lines, but Todo is working on expanding its abilities.

Typical protesters... oh wait... [PIC]

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 03:20 PM PDT


SNL Rips Insane Clown Posse (Again!)

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 03:09 PM PDT

Thrilla Killa Klownz!

Doctor performs surgery on... HIMSELF (pic)

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 03:00 PM PDT

This dude is... wow.

Is Your Fridge Running? (pic)

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 02:40 PM PDT


Black-Hole Effect in Nanotube & Possibility of New Matter

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 02:40 PM PDT

For the first time, fields of study relating both to cold atoms and to the nanoscale have intersected, Lene Vestergaard Hau tells PhysOrg.com. Even though both have been active areas of research, cold atoms have not been brought together with nanoscale structures at the single nanometer ...

Never Give Up! Crazy Logistics, Part 11

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 02:20 PM PDT

The latest installment of outrageous hacks and fixes - and twisted creativity from Dark Roasted Blend.

Anatomy of Linux Kernel Shared Memory

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 01:50 PM PDT

Linux as a hypervisor includes a number of innovations, and one of the more interesting changes in the 2.6.32 kernel is Kernel Shared Memory (KSM). KSM allows the hypervisor to increase the number of concurrent virtual machines by consolidating identical memory pages.

5th Grader Jaylin Fleming is a Basketball Prodigy [Video]

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 01:50 PM PDT

10-yr old basketball player Jaylin Fleming is only 5'1" tall, but you have to see his ball handling ability to believe it. He's so good he's rated by many scouts as the best player his age in the country. He's also met and played with his idol Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls.

Europe's Airlines And Airports Question Flight Bans

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 01:40 PM PDT

Europe's airlines and airports question the extent of flight restrictions imposed because of volcanic ash from Iceland.

Ball Technology Description Fail

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 01:10 PM PDT

Insert Description of Image Here.

Poland Buries President, First Lady

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 12:40 PM PDT

The bodies of President Lech Kaczynski and his wife were flown from Warsaw to Krakow early Sunday for burial among Polish kings and poets at a tradition-laden ceremony that will be bereft of many world leaders whose travel plans were paralyzed by a plume of volcanic ash.

10 Creative Drug Smuggling Schemes

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 12:30 PM PDT

Being innovative and outrageously creative in drug smuggling schemes requires a lot of  desperation and obviously a lot of brains. Conversely, evidently as creative as the list of such schemes is as below, they all still got caught. Nevertheless, they do deserve a cachet for coming up with such ingenious ideas.

iPad Taken Apart Then Re-Assembled in Under 4 Minutes (Vid)

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 12:10 PM PDT

See inside the Apple iPad, from box to compete take-apart and back, in under 3 minutes - all done in our famous stop-motion style!

Flava Flav Just Got Outdone [PIC]

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 12:10 PM PDT

It's one thing to wear a clock around your neck as a fashion statement, but...

Awesome Popping Dance Act From BGT (VIDEO)

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 12:00 PM PDT

At first you wonder why Tobias' hoody is on the wrong way around, but soon it becomes clear. With his body popping and fluid movements...

EPA: U.S. CO2 Emissions Actually Fell 2.9% Between 2007-2008

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 12:00 PM PDT

The United States saw a drop in overall greenhouse gas emissions of 2.9 percent from 2007 to 2008, according to the 2010 Greenhouse Gas Inventory Reported on Thursday. Despite the decline, however, emissions were still 13.5% greater than they were in 1990.

9 Actors Who Almost Played Superheroes & Villains But Didn't

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 11:40 AM PDT

Sometimes, the guy you see in the tights wasn't the first guy who was picked for the role...

Earth's Most Endangered Cat

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 11:30 AM PDT

Not since the time of the sabertooth has a feline species gone extinct. Earth's most endangered cat could be next.

Ghost Town: The Abandoned Suburb of California City

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 11:20 AM PDT

Revisiting one of America's most unusual neighborhoods: the abandoned suburb of California City.

Surgery Clinics Change Names to Avoid Violation Charges

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 11:20 AM PDT

Some surgery clinics change ownership in name only after losing federal certification. So why should you care about them? For one thing, the business model of free-standing surgery clinics unaffiliated with hospitals is spreading. These places perform major surgery under general anesthesia, which can be life-threatening.

Money talks in California politics

Posted: 18 Apr 2010 11:10 AM PDT

Meg Whitman's $46 million contribution to her own gubernatorial campaign is the most visible example of money run amok in California politics. But it is hardly the only illustration of politicians and special interests shamelessly exploiting the absence or weakness of legal restraints on fundraising and spending.

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