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Was this seriously on live TV? CNN anchor Ali Velshi sheepishly had to ask that question on air, after network producers made the (fail) decision to segue from a clip of student protests in Europe straight into the explosive diarrhea scene from the film “Dumb and Dumber.” While the Huffington Post reports that the clips [...] [Read More]
With bloodshot eyes and mangy fur, this squirrel is closer to something out of my nightmares than a Disney movie. Part of a tough campaign against alcoholism, the inebriated squirrel in the clip above is meant to warn Russians about the dangers of drinking, the Huffington Post reports. In the ad the “demon squirrel” suffers [...] [Read More]
After a fail like that, I’d probably lose my cool too. Anchors on a WGN morning show in Chicago flipped out after missing an anticipated bridge implosion, which they had been watching via a camera feed for minutes. The Huffington Post reports that as soon as the show cut the bridge feed to go to [...] [Read More]
Six figures is pretty steep, even for a Mac. (Getty Images) I expect a Macbook to put quite a dent in my wallet. IPads and iPods are also always a chunk of change. But $160,000 for an Apple product? Would they like my firstborn child, too? This isn’t the new price for a Macbook Air. [...] [Read More]
Black Friday, traditionally the day after Thanksgiving, has been pushed up to save a floundering retail industry. (Getty Images) There are certain rules that govern the holiday season. Don’t listen to Christmas music until after Thanksgiving. You could, but a friend/roommate/significant other will be along shortly to tell you to shut it off. In the [...] [Read More]
Chapman appears at a farewell ceremony for the International Space Station crew. (Getty Images) Anna Chapman, busted by the FBI this summer in New York City as part of a high-profile spy ring, has become Russia’s newest tabloid sensation, the Los Angeles Times reports. Chapman was swapped between the U.S. and Russia with nine other [...] [Read More]