It’s All A Lie.

A funny satirical short video comments on the ways people frame their lives as better than they are on social media. [Read more...]

From Batman to Birdman…

25 years ago today (I will always remember the date), I had one of my happiest filmgoing experiences from my childhood as I saw Tim Burton’s Batman on the day of its release. I remember spending that whole summer at camp with everyone wearing the Batman logo ubiquitously used to market the film and kids [Read More...]

Weird Al’s Isaac Newton vs. Bill Nye Rap Battle

As a huge “Weird Al” fan from back in the day, I kind of have to post this. It’s not Al’s best work. But I would say it is a unique mixture of hilarious, terrible, and hilariously terrible. There’s a whole YouTube channel of these “epic rap battles from history”. You can watch them all [Read More...]

Join The Campaign Against #TwitterTheocracy Today

CFI Blasphemy Laws Because We Are Afraid of a Little Bird

Twitter shouldn’t be an arm of theocracy used to punish “blasphemers”. Speak out against #TwitterTheocracy. [Read more...]

Use Facebook To Pinpoint When Your Life Fell Apart

The Onion reports on a new functionality that finds your “lifepoint”–the point in your life when it took an irrevocable turn for the worse: New Facebook Feature Scans Profile To Pinpoint Exactly When Things Went Wrong Your “Lifepoints”? [Read more...]

13:24: A Gripping Thriller About Religiously Justified Child Abuse

This is a guest post by George Waye of the blog Misplaced Grace. This post is a book review of M. Dolon Hickmon’s novel 13:24: A Story of Faith and Obsession. “….Satan’s greatest trick wasn’t making people think he didn’t exist–it was convincing Christians that he couldn’t speak from the pulpit.” This realization, offered as the wisdom [Read More...]

The Deep Web and the Dark Web

NPR has a great feature on the so-called “hidden internet” where everyone from drug dealers, arms dealers, human rights activists, domestic violence victims, law enforcement, the US Navy, and many others operate anonymously. You can listen to it here and/or read the transcript. Being completely clueless about this stuff aside from some vague ideas and a [Read More...]

Honest Trailers: Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

Even though I loved the Star Wars prequels, I have also grown to love the attacks on them too (at least those that are funny and insightful, rather than tedious and unimaginative). The latest entry in the anti-prequel canon is part of the great “Honest Trailers” series: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Elton John + System of a Down = “Crocodile Chop”

This mash up of some of System of a Down’s vocals for “Chop Suey” with the instrumentals and wordless vocals of Elton John’s “Crocodile Rock” is a pretty unnerving and intriguing work of serendipitous art in its own right: Bonus, starting at 1:48 you can watch Elton John play Crocodile Rock on The Muppet Show: [Read More...]


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