A Rochester, New York, resident might have caught one of the most frightening brain diseases around in one of the strangest ways possible—eating squirrel meat contaminated with zombie-like proteins.
South Park Season 22 has undeniably undergone a radical change. Yet, hilariously, no one can agree on what that change means, or what it even is.
Nothing exemplified that more than the latest episode, “The Problem with a Poo.” A definitive turning point for a show that’s been through the TV equivalent of a quarter-life crisis in recent years, the contentious episode will surely go down in history.
But what, exactly, it will be remembered for remains to be seen.
On the surface, it looked like business as usual when Mr. Hankey (yes, the Christmas Poo) showed up with a classic, “Hidey ho!” But the episode title and ensuing character arc, which ended with a call to #CancelTheSimpsons, revealed that it was tackling much more than fart humor. Read more…
Immediately after Kanye West revealed his terrible iPhone passcode to the world, he said that Apple should build Trump the iPlane1.
“I brought a GIF with me right here,” West said in the Oval Office on Thursday during a meeting as he turned his phone over to the president. “This right here is the iPlane 1. It’s a hydrogen-powered airplane, and this is what our president should be flying in. We’re going to have Apple, an American company, work on this plane.”
“This is what our president should be flying in.”
Kanye West reaches over the Oval Office desk to show realDonaldTrump a picture of a hydrogen plane.
The rapper says if Trump “don’t look good, we don’t look good”.
The Music Modernization Act (MMA) is officially law. And, as evidenced by the musician-packed Oval Office from earlier this afternoon, that means a lot of things for a lot of different people.
The former bill turned law ensures artists receive the compensation they are owed, encourages fair industry competition, and protects the intellectual property rights of studios nationwide—among other benefits.
While the journey to get MMA in place was a long, hard-fought battle between the tech and music industries, MMA’s final form will be implemented beginning January 1, 2020.
So, how will this sweeping copyright reform affect you and your daily music lineup? Read more…
Rock The Vote, the progressive nonprofit which has been working to get young people voting, is not happy with Eric Trump.
Trump was accused of taking and cropping an image originally posted by RTV, an edit which removed any references to the organization.
The post tells people in each state the last date they can register to vote for the midterm elections on Nov. 6. President Donald Trump also retweeted his son’s post.
Friends, today is the LAST day to register to vote in in the following states!
AZ, AR, FL, GA, IN, HI, KY, LA, MI, MS, NM, NV, OH, PA, TN & TX
Fact: It’s been more than five years since the series finale of The Office aired. But references to the beloved show, memes, and screenshots are still shared on the regular.
National Pretzel Day is celebrated annually on April 26 with Stanley Hudson GIFs galore. When big news drops, the show’s iconic fire drill reaction scene isn’t far behind. And every baffling moment in today’s news cycle gives people the urge to look for a nearby camera and pull a Jim Halpert.
Over the past three years especially — as former cast members like John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, and Steve Carell have taken on new roles, and American politics has grown increasingly chaotic — The Office‘s presence online and in pop culture has only grown. Read more…
The rumors were (mostly) true: Intel has unveiled its first 9th-generation Core processors, aiming them at desktop-based enthusiasts. The updated CPUs ultimately represent a refinement of Intel’s existing 14-nanometer chips, but promise both more hea…
Q, you rascal.
Moby has put together an impressive collection of drum machines over the years, and now he’s selling the whole thing for charity. On October 11th, nearly 200 vintage drum machines will go up for sale on Moby’s Reverb store, including a pair of Wurlit…
This is One Good Thing, a weekly column where we tell you about one of the few nice things that happened this week.
This week, a bunch of people had a really nice conversation about change, self-acceptance, and personal growth. On Twitter. (Yes, that is possible.)
It all started when writer and 112BK host Ashley Ford posed a question to her followers on Sunday. “What’s something you hated about yourself as a kid or teenager that you now consider a strength?” she asked.