Posted on: January 15, 2013 Posted by: Jim Slay Comments: 1

Bob Marley’s weird legacy Followers of his religion are "physical immortalists" and their bible is a rambling psychedelic dog's breakfast titled the "Royal Parchment Scroll of Black Supremacy."

A while back, the Petraeus scandal – the replacement of Jersey Shore with Buckwild, both got me thinking about Bob Marley. Is popular culture becoming more accepting of people’s personal foibles, or less so? Marley inspires generation after generation with music promoting freedom and love. His abilities in melody, singing, rhythm, and songwriting were strong. His political message was unusually consistent, too. Watch this video on YouTube But his personal life, numerous children…

Posted on: August 5, 2012 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 2

The internet loves this video showing what India thinks it will be like in 2030 "The closer we get to 2030, the funnier this is."

White servants for everyone! The comments are ruthless. György Imre: “This video defines the term Inferiority Complex. The massive inferiority complex it took for all the Indians involved in making this is quite sad.” 爸 爸: “if all white and indians in this films change position it would be like 1930 india” Watch this video on YouTube

Posted on: May 20, 2012 Posted by: Bryan Nelson Comments: 10

52 Hertz: the mystery of the loneliest whale in the world Hydrophones are tracking a whale that doesn't sound or act like any other whale in the world.

For decades now, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have been tracking a mysterious whale song that sounds like the ghostly howls of a drowned tuba player. The sounds have been identified as belonging to a single whale, who sings unlike any other whale in the world. Dubbed “52 Hertz” after the frequency range in which he typically sings, the animal has been called the loneliest whale…

Posted on: April 15, 2012 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 4

Tono tono tono tono tono tono tono The human brain is fascinating.

A patient with a brain injury known as Broca’s Aphasia can only verbally communicate with the word “tono.” He is unaware that this word is all he is saying and appears to be otherwise completely fine and normally intelligent. He understands questions and processes language as he should, it’s just that the brain translates it all into “tono” when he “speaks.” Watch this video on YouTube

Posted on: April 6, 2012 Posted by: Ayodeji Onibalusi Comments: 1

600k Apple computers infected with ‘Flashback Trojan’ "Mac can't get viruses" - d'oh!

A Russian anti-virus firm reports that over half a million Apple computers have been infected with malicious program called Flashback Trojan. In its report, Dr Web, claims that close to 600,000 Macs have this malware, exposing them to the risk of being hijacked and used as “botnet”. The firm says that over half that number are based in the US. A security update has been released by Apple, but those…

Posted on: March 22, 2012 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 1

Users prank call BattleCam streamer’s mom until she melts down Meltdown with a lil bit of the old domestic slaparoo.

James/Jimmy Derzko is 30 years old, lives in the basement of his mom’s house while drinking all day, and then he wonders why she goes batshit when his troll friends start prank calling her in the middle of the night. (and RIP BattleCam.) Some more lovely Derzko family time: Watch this video on YouTube Watch this video on YouTube Watch this video on YouTube

Posted on: February 11, 2012 Posted by: Ayodeji Onibalusi Comments: 18

Video of father shooting spoiled daughter’s laptop goes viral She's gonna have to pay him back for the ammo as well.

A video of a father firing at his 16-year-old daughter’s laptop after she blasted him on her Facebook page went viral as it sparked hot controversy about parenting and tough love. Tommy Jordan posted the video with the title, “Facebook Parenting: For the troubled teen” on YouTube Wednesday. By Friday the video was already viewed up to two million times. Jordan posted the clip publicly after Hannah, his daughter, posted…

Posted on: January 18, 2012 Posted by: Ayodeji Onibalusi Comments: 1

Major websites are going black in protest against SOPA Raising awareness of coming SOPA hellscape.

The internet is free, but many tech companies believe that would no longer be the case should Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its sister bill Protect IP Act (PIPA) pass into law. The controversial bill aims to expand the ability of U.S. law enforcement to combat online copyright infringement government. Provisions include court orders to “bar advertising networks and payment facilities from conducting business with infringing websites, and web…

Posted on: January 15, 2012 Posted by: Olawale Daniel Comments: 1

SOPA author caught infringing copyright Everybody's a baddie under idiotic proposed law, including the lawmakers.

Lamar Smith, author of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), has gotten caught up in his own case of copyright infringement. Jamie Lee Curtis Taete of Vice investigated an archived version of Smith’s official site, texansforlamarsmith.com, using Wayback Machine, a time capsule that captures different variations of website as far back as 1996. This led to the discovery of an original background image that did not credit its owner, photographer…