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14 Nov 04:07



Stupid one time, silly a few times, then hilarious the more I see.

20 Nov 05:00

November 20, 2014


Moby-Dick, I shall avenge thee!

17 Nov 14:00

Romeo and Juliet vs Bonnie and Clyde. Epic Rap Battles of History Season 4

by ERB

Hehe, that's pretty good.

Limited Edition T-shirt ► ◄ Download on iTunes ► ◄ Subscribe for more battles! Watch Behind The Scenes Here: ► ◄ Hi. My name is Nice Peter, and this is EpicLLOYD, and this is Epic Rap Battles of History, Season 4. As always, these videos could not be possible without your suggestions, your subscription, and the help of a lot of awesome people. Special thanks to all of you and everyone in our crew who helped make this happen. -np & eL We hang out here: ▼ CAST ▼ Romeo: Nice Peter Juliet: Grace Helbig Bonnie: Hannah Hart Clyde: Epic Lloyd ▼ CREW ▼ Executive Producers Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist Directed by: Nice Peter & Mike Betette Written by: Nice Peter, EpicLLOYD & Zach Sherwin Staff Writer: Dante Cimadamore Writer: Mike Betette Song Produced by: Nice Peter & Jose "Choco" Reynoso Song Mixed by: Nice Peter and Jose "Choco" Reynoso Beat Produced by: Jesse Cale: Edited by: Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Daniel Turcan, and Nice Peter VFX and Compositing: Andrew Sherman and Ryan Moulton Produced by Michelle Maloney Director of Photography: Jon Na Costume Designer: Sulai Lopez --------------------------- Make Up and Hair: Frances Ferres Assistant Make Up Artist: Anissa Salazar Gaffer: Arthur Hong Grip: Yev Belilovsky Music Supervisor & Playback: Dante Cimadamore Production Coordinator: Atul Singh Assistant Editors: Ryan Moulton Office PA: Shaun Lewin ok, I think that's it. Thanks again for watching and see you next Monday! -nice peter & epiclloyd Download the free ERB App: iPhone ► iPad ► Android ►
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15 Nov 06:29

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Brevity by Dan Thompson for November 15, 2014
11 Nov 16:08

Linux Community Mulls NSA Involvement With systemd

by LaminatorX

Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by fucking insane developers with a Napoleon complex.

Robotron writes:

Several sources within the Linux community (here, here, here and here) continue to discuss the possibility of NSA involvement with systemd. Various commentaries argue that the pace, scope and vociferousness surrounding the Debian kernel updates signify cause for suspicion. Discussion upon this subject has simmered since April, when Julian Assange branded the Debian project as being under the ownership of the NSA.

iGuru summarizes the arguments in this post, noting the worrying influence of developers working in billion-dollar corporate giant Red Hat, the potential for infiltration and manipulation within and between systemd supporters, plus numerous possible security holes and vulnerabilities in the code. Meanwhile, systemd's 217 update has been announced as implemented.

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10 Nov 21:44

Dear Senator Ted Cruz, I'm going to explain to you how Net Neutrality ACTUALLY works

by Matthew Inman
08 Nov 18:45

Frozach Submitted

07 Nov 05:02

CD Projekt Red Goes All DLC For The Witcher 3...But It's Completely Free And Doesn't Require Pre-Order

by Timothy Geigner

The awesome continues.

We've written about the CD Projekt team in the past, typically concerning something awesome it's done with one of its games. Often times this means bucking the trend on DRM in game after game, even as competitors insist that DRM is necessary. Even when the company has gone down the road of going after infringers, it has quickly reversed course in listening to fans. Most recently, CD Projekt is looking to buck the DLC trend that has so many gamers annoyed these days. It's not that Witcher 3 won't have DLC. It totally will, except that the DLC is going to be completely free and available to anyone for simply purchasing the game.

As CD PROJEKT RED, we strongly believe this is not the way it should work and, with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, we have decided to do it differently. Cutting to the chase, everyone who buys Wild Hunt will receive 16 specially prepared DLCs absolutely for free, regardless of platform. You don’t have to pre-order, you don’t have to buy any special edition to get them -- if you own a copy of Wild Hunt, they’re yours. This is our way of saying thank you for buying our game.”
What a shock, rather than taking the avenue of other game companies, such as Ubisoft and EA, CD Projekt treats their customers well, behaving in an awesome and human way and even connecting with gamers with a shared experience, and success is had. They listen, in other words, rather than simply try to dictate. As part of this announcement, the company is insisting that there will be no restrictions on getting the DLC. They even have a long Q&A below the blog post to reiterate that point.

Is this something of a gimmick? Undoubtedly. After all, the company could simply wait until all this DLC content is finished and include it in the final product. On the other hand, their competitors could do the same and include all the DLC they put out for free or raise the pricing of the game. The message CD Projekt is conveying is that it isn't going to attempt to nickle and dime its fans. Gimmick or not, it's a message that resonates in the days of paid DLC.

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07 Nov 05:48



Pictures are fine, but only video truly represents this most awkward of creatures.

You didn’t specifiy so I can only assume you’re looking for pictures of the Tree Kangaroo. Here you are:

07 Nov 00:23


31 Oct 02:34

'Arrested Development' season four is getting a re-edit

by Timothy J. Seppala

This sounds like a horrible idea.

Premiere Of Netflix's

It wasn't a huge mistake, but the structure that Arrested Development's fourth season used was a bit off-putting for some viewers. Each episode followed the foibles of single members of the Bluth family in a few different timelines, and the early setup for many jokes didn't pay off until much later in the run. To address that, creator Mitch Hurwitz (above left) told Pretentious Film Majors that he's putting together a cut of the Netflix-exclusive episodes that runs in chronological order. A bunch of the laughs came from those punchline-reveals, so how this version shakes out should be pretty interesting to see. Maeby when this hits it'll coincide with the army's next half-day, or, as AV Club guesses, possibly with the upcoming season four box-set. Regardless, don't forget to leave a note with where you'll be watching once it happens.

[Image credit: Getty Images]

Filed under: Home Entertainment, Internet, HD


Via: AV Club

Source: Pretentious Film Majors (YouTube)

29 Oct 19:43

Video Game Comix

by Alotron

Vidja gmz!


A few video game themed comic strips I drew during development of new gaming magazine for kids. The mag went with someone else for the comics in the end (an in-house artist, I think?), buuut  I like these, so I thought I’d share a few of them rather than leave them gathering pixel-dust on my hard drive!

30 Oct 19:22

How to draw hands in three easy steps

by Matthew Inman


How to draw hands in three easy steps

A tutorial from Master Cartoonist™ The Oatmeal

27 Oct 17:29

Rhetorical Consistency

by Christopher Wright
25 Oct 01:15


24 Oct 21:30


23 Oct 07:50

Stegosaurian Defensive Dexterity

by azrael

Badass stego.

lhsi writes:

Analysis of an allosaur skeleton (Abstract) shows that it died of a deep wound in the lower pubis - the shape and size of which matches a stegosaurus tail spike (informally, the Thagomizer). As the vertical strike came from below the allosaur, it shows that stegosaurus had great dexterity when using its tail as a defensive weapon.

Stegosaurs might be portrayed as lumbering plant eaters, but they were lethal fighters when necessary, according to paleontologists who have uncovered new evidence of a casualty of stegosaurian combat. The evidence is a fatal stab wound in the pubis bone of a predatory allosaur. The wound – in the conical shape of a stegosaur tail spike – would have required great dexterity to inflict and shows clear signs of having cut short the allosaur's life.

“A massive infection ate away a baseball-sized sector of the bone,” reports Houston Museum of Natural Science paleontologist Robert Bakker and his colleagues, who present a poster on the discovery on Tuesday at the meeting of the Geological Society of America in Vancouver, B.C. “Probably this infection spread upwards into the soft tissue attached here, the thigh muscles and adjacent intestines and reproductive organs.” The lack of any signs of healing strongly suggests the allosaur died from the infection.

In order to deliver the mortal wound to the allosaur, a stegosaur would have had to sweep its tail under the allosaur and twist the tail tip, because normally the spikes point outward and backward. That would have been well within the ability of a stegosaur, Bakker said.

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21 Oct 23:23

Your Daily Horoscope

Your Daily Horoscope

22 Oct 07:01

Sesame Street

by Doug


Sesame Street

Here’s some more excellent parenting.

22 Oct 09:17

Americans Becoming Less Religious, but Want More Religious Influence in Politics?

by Blackmoore

This doesn't seem real at all. Could it really be? I'm just going to assume 30+ people lie more about how religious they are.

c0lo writes:

Citing a Pew Research survey as well as other sources, Priceonomics reports – with nice charts – that the younger an American is, the more likely is to not have or feel a religious affiliation.

81% of all Americans aged 30 and older, and 88% of American septugenarians (aged 70 and older), identify as Christian. Young Americans, on the other hand, are pretty singularly secular in comparison. Only 68% of adults under 30 identified as Christian. 25% of adults under 30 didn’t affiliate with any religion whatsoever.

Is this just because people tend to get more religious as they get older, or is religion actually on the decline with younger people? According to Pew, today’s young adults reject organized religion at a significantly higher rate than generations before them at their age: In the late 1970s, 13% of Baby Boomers had no religious affiliation; by the late 1990s, 20% of Generation X-ers had no religious affiliation.

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21 Oct 21:30

I’ve had enough of your sarcasm.

I’ve had enough of your sarcasm.

20 Oct 15:15

This game lets you simulate what it’s like being a slice of bread

by Sherif Saed

Count me in for another gag game that I'll love for a few hours and never play again. Worth it!

Simulating everyday objects and animals is at an all-time high. Bossa Studios, developer of Surgeon Simulator, is well aware of this and they’ve got a new game to prove it.

I am bread

I Am Bread is the next game form Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios. The game has a trailer available below and you can see how it’s trying to simulate what being a slice of bread entails. You know, things like skateboarding, riding on ceiling fans, jumping inside of a washing machine, etc… No release date or platforms were announced.

“Harder than Surgeon Simulator? YOU DECIDE!” read the game’s description.

21 Oct 02:23


20 Oct 10:44

Nigeria officially declared Ebola free


Now we're getting somewhere.

WHO lauds "spectacular success story" as Nigeria declared free from Ebola after 42 days without new cases.
18 Oct 15:52

Frozach Submitted


The true story behind the legend

17 Oct 05:17

Death Sentence

by Adam


13 Oct 14:34

PETA Is Not Happy That Google Used a Camel To Get a Desert "StreetView"

by samzenpus

Now, I don't know much about how camels are generally treated, but on pure principle I'm inclined to say "fuck you PETA". Minimise use of fossil fuel, use camels.

First time accepted submitter flopwich writes Google used a camel-mounted camera to get a 'street view' of a stretch of desert in the United Arab Emirates. PETA's director Ingrid E. Newkirk is upset about it, saying they should have used jeeps. "These days, jeeps are in common use in the desert, as are light planes and even dune buggies, and satellite images could also easily have been taken instead," she said. "(Google) should leave camels out of its activites altogether."

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10 Oct 12:24

Norway's new bank notes are pixel art dreams

by Aaron Souppouris


Norway's new banknotes are quite literally works of art. After inviting submissions from a number of design houses, the country's Norges Bank has chosen just two. While the front of the new notes will display traditional imagery, the rear will feature conceptual designs that transform Norway's costal landscapes into pixels. The artworks, created by Oslo-based Snøhetta, become progressively more abstract as the value of the notes increase, with the 50 kroner note depicting an idyllic scene and the 1000 kroner note a windswept sea of purple. The new designs will go into circulation in 2017, and you can squint at the rest of them after the break.

norway bank note


Via: It's Nice That

Source: Snøhetta

09 Oct 01:15


08 Oct 08:44

Systemd: The Biggest Fallacies


Some refuting of the biggest fallacies often used in defence of systemd.