Archive for category: featured

25 Funny Tweets by Jim Gaffigan

featured, Humor

Jim Gaffigan, born James Christopher Gaffigan, is a 45-year-old father of 4 who says and tweets funny things for his job.  Some of his favorite subjects to talk about are cheese, Hot Pockets, his kids, and bacon.  That’s a well-rounded guy for sure.  You can follow him @JimGaffigan on twitter, but here are some of […]

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Simple Inventions That Are Pure Genius

featured, Technology

Some of the items you are about to see fall into the “why didn’t I think of that?” realm, while others fall into the “who in the world would think of that, and where can I get one?” realm.  I’ve left out most of  the almost-good ideas, and present you now with 25 simple inventions […]

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Altered Animals Photoshop Pictures – Dog Pictures

Animals, featured, Photo Manipulations

We may have done it before, but these are even better. Dog Ram Lizard Nothing is more fearsome than a dogramlizard. Dog Shark Except maybe the puppyshark. Doggypillar “Who…are…you?” Fluffy The inspiration behind the Harry Potter creature?  More like inspired BY it. Squirrelly The funny part of it is the look on his face.  He […]

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Sergey Larenkov’s Ghosts of World War II

Artwork, featured

40-year old Russian sea pilot Sergey Larenkov has a hobby.  When he’s not busy with his full time job, which is guiding ships in the Finnish Gulf, he’s using archived photographs and creating poignant, heart-stirring art with everyday photographs and postcards.  He has done stunning work with photographs of St. Petersburg, and he’s done an […]

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Strange Things Are Afoot in Singapore – Haw Par Villa

featured, Travel

Welcome to Hell.  Haw Par Villa, also known as Tiger Balm Gardens, has an attraction called The 10 Courts of Hell.  Built in 1937 by the guys who started the Tiger Balm company, this tourist attraction does anything but soothe and comfort (like Tiger Balm does.  In case you didn’t know that Tiger Balm did […]

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The Paper Sculpture of Jeff Nishinaka

Artwork, featured

Jeff Nishinaka, born in Los Angeles, started out wanting to be a painter.  He attended Art Center College of Design, where he started experimenting with different types of sculpture, including sculpture using paper.  He had what he calls his “aha” moment working with paper, and starting creating some truly exceptional pieces of art.  He respects […]

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Amazing Parkour Dogs

Animals, Bizarre, Dogs, featured

Perhaps parkour dogs are just cats that are confused. I think if I tried to make my dog run up a wall & jump across fence posts, he’d probably bite me in retaliation, and would be justified in doing so. However, there are some incredible athletic & talented dogs out there who can run the […]

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Unique and Amazing Bookshelves

Architecture, Books, featured, Pictures

As an avid reader of just about anything I can get my hands on, I have a fairly large collection of books in my home.  While I do have a fairly large bookshelf devoted to storing all of my books, I don’t have anything as inventive or extensive as some of these truly spectacular bookshelves.

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Best Cancelled TV Shows

featured, Television

It’s happened to everybody:  You get into a show, find it funny, action-packed, dramatic, only for it to be cancelled by the network after a season or two with no resolution to all the major plot points.  With that in mind, I decided to put together a list of some of the best shows that […]

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4 Abusive Hollywood Business Practices That Would Get A CEO Frog Marched on CNN

Celebrities, featured, Film

Everyone loves a good villain. And in the movies these days, more often than not the villain is a Big Business CEO. In the film Syriana, for example, the bad guy was not a group of terrorists or an enemy country. It was Big Oil that was trying to manipulate oil prices with terrorism, wars […]

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