I’ve always thought the best way to deal with the Westboro Baptist Church was to ignore them like the trolls they are, knowing they will go away if people stop paying attention to them. But Lisa Lampanelli has managed to find an even better solution -offering $1000 to an anti-homophobia charity for every antisemitic, gay-bashing moron the church sent to protest her show. In the end, she donated $44,000 in the group’s name to the GMHC.
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Did you know emo clothing is banned in Russia and small-breasted porn is outlawed in Australia? Be disgusted with these restrictions and more by reading this great Cracked article.
What happens when you combine classic revolutionary posters with pandas? Pure adorable awesomeness! I would join just about any army recruiting with these posters.
When most people are harassed by their homeowners association, they back down, but with a little legal loopholing, one Tampa Bay Lightning fan managed to work around his HOA’s idiotic “no signs” rule. He learned that the association did allow security signs, so he quickly made his sports sign into a silly security company sign.
I tend to think most flashmobs are just kind of silly, but it’s hard to deny the impressiveness of this group of break dancing pregnant women who are trying to make a point about the dangers of pregnancy in the third world. Catch more cool flashmobs over at Oddee.
It was only a matter of time before this historical moment was transcended into the world of LOL.
When you read this article on Cracked, you’ll have no further questions about how we won the space race.
I want to make it clear that overall, I like Obama. But I have a serious problem with someone saying they’re going to stop raiding marijuana dispensaries and then continuing to raid them. The hypocrisy is frustrating and the annoying thing is that he knows that anyone who has a problem with this still isn’t about to vote republican.
Ron English has some serious thoughts on US border policy. Fortunately, his method of expressing these beliefs is filled with his usual lighthearted, thought-provoking artwork.
These super incognito glasses are actually a cyanide pill in disguise, just chew on the tip and the interrogation ends. They’re just one of many cool tools of the trade for super spies during the Cold War. Wired has more.