“I hope that’s it; otherwise I’m getting diabetes from all the sh*t I’ve just eaten from your country.”
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The event that some saw as inevitable has now come to pass: the United States’ first case of ebola.
David Cameron hates poor people, wants to bring back slavery, and is intent on selling off the National Health Service. At least according to this video.
Microsoft has unveiled Windows 10, the replacement to Windows 8 that’s set to be released sometime in 2015.
This video shows Microsoft pin-up boy Joe Belfiore revealing some of the new features in Windows 10, and explaining how interested parties can test an early version in order to help mold the final product.
“Take it from an expert: It’s weird to hear how your voice really sounds. But why does it sound different to you than everyone else. Hank explains — in a deep, resonant voice.” – YT
“Facebook is one of the most popular among social networking sites. Today this social networking site has become a place to interact with friends and family.
What would you do with a GoPro camera? These guys answered that question by placing one in between the tracks of a local railway line just before a train came hurtling through at speed.
The result is rather compelling, with the GoPro camera capturing a view most of us are unlikely to ever see through our own eyes.
September 29 is, apparently, National Coffee Day in the United States. You’re probably reading this on a day that isn’t September 29, but that doesn’t mean you, and I, cannot celebrate coffee.
Coffee may just be the greatest drink in the world, but it’s certainly one of the greatest addictions ever. As explained in this informative and entertaining video.
Mexican standoffs make regular appearances in television shows and movies. These are what happens when everybody has a gun pointed at everybody else, meaning if anyone shoots then everybody dies.
Which is perfect fodder for Key and Peele.
Chris Pratt, who was a relative unknown until he starred in Guardians Of The Galaxy, hosted the first episode of the 40th anniversary year of Saturday Night Live.
And by all accounts, he did good job. Which is unsurprising given the quality of the promos he recorded for show, as embedded above.