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Harry Potter vs Voldemort

Artwork, Books, Film, Humor

The new Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiers this Friday, and with that mind, an artist friend of ours from our sister site, Bizarre Bytes, put together this little Harry Potter comic to illustrate how the Harry Potter universe probably could have been paired down to a single book. (Check out […]

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Longest Losing Streaks in Sports: Seasons

Fail, Sports

Yesterday I showed you some of the biggest blowouts in sports.  Some of them were pretty bad.  But those represented just a single game.  Here are a list of the longest streak of consecutive losing seasons in American sports. LA Clippers (NBA) – 12 Seasons Between the 1993 and 2005 seasons, the Los Angeles Clippers […]

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British Citizens Rejoice – Gel Can Fix Teeth

Humor, Medical

Ok, so it’s still in testing, but scientists are working on a gel that when applied to teeth can regrow the tooth material, changing the way that cavities are treated.  That means no more “drill and fill” and saving on the 45 million British pounds being spent annually to combat tooth decay in Britain. What […]

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Funny Food Creations

Artwork, Humor

Food is good. It nourishes us, it tastes great (usually), and most importantly, you can play with it for entertainment value. This will not be about the first two things you can do with food. No, this is about playing with your food, or more to the point, some funny food creations that I came […]

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The Art of Opening Title Sequences in Film

Film

If you love movies and I think you do you then you probably have seen many of these opening titles sequences. But there were more than a few I had forgotten or had never seen. Ian Albinson created this amazing sequence of Titling film, and highlights about one hundred years of film titles and credits. […]

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Best Fictional Weapons

Cartoons, Comics, Film, Technology, Video Games

First of all, a quick disclaimer: I am not glamorizing nor glorifying weapons, violence, or related topics. Ok, now that that’s out of the way…we’ve all watched some action movie, TV show, or played a video game and thought that the hero (or villain) had a badass weapon. But what are the best of these […]

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Sugar Skull Prints

Artwork

Jonathan Koshi, a 34 year old Mission District San Francisco web designer, has created a series of prints based on the Calaveras de Azucar associated with the Mexican Day of the Dead festivities. Drawing from pop-culture references from his childhood, and inspired by Gothic art and Swiss surrealist H.R. Giger, his art has already sold […]

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Insane Parkour and Free-Running

Bizarre, Film, Sports

Parkour and Free-Running are a sport, for lack of a better term, that have been steadily growing in popularity.  Focusing on freedom of movement and overcoming obstacles, those participating in these sports are able to perform amazing feats of athleticism.  Check out these videos of some amazing Parkour and Free-Running and I would like to […]

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The Popemobile Goes Green: A List Of The Pope’s Wheels From Past to Present

cars, History

These days, more people are choosing to go green by finding and using more environmentally friendly products. Pope Benedict XVI is no exception. He was recently presented with his first electric car, a customized white Renault Kangoo for use at his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo. Renault also presented a blue version for the Vatican […]

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5 Real Bank Heists That Inspired Movies

Film, News

There are a number of real life heists that inspired movies, from bank robberies to airplane hijackings and train robberies.  Some got away with the money, while others didn’t get away with anything. Boys in the Bank (1975) source: Wikipedia This 1975 movie was based on a heist at Chase Manhattan Bank on the 22nd […]

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