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When you're famous, they're called quirks. When you're not, they make you a weirdo.
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We hear a lot of bullshit statistics thrown around every day. But as crazy as some of those sound, there are stats that are 100 percent true that are absolutely more insane.
They don't teach the cure for human stupidity in medical school.
Watching shit in slow motion is awesome, great for productivity, and probably makes you a genius.
Look, we all know the Man is out to get you at every turn. With their laws and their guns and their ... other ... laws.
It's no secret that the rich and famous party their nuts off. But there's 'party your nuts off' and then there's 'party your nuts off, pick them up, then do some rad tricks with them.'
Fictional villains do a good job at being jerks or evil or whatever. So good that, more often than not, we overlook the terrible shit the heroes are doing.
Between CGI superheroes and real-life Jackie Chan, Hollywood has shown us some pretty spectacular shit. But as usual, Hollywood doesn't hold a candle to reality
Polishing a turd is no easy feat, but it can be done -- all you have to do is remove the little kernels of corn.
Some burns are so bad that they're felt across a generation.
Hollywood takes certain liberties adapting comic books for the big screen. And after seeing these storylines, its no wonder they keep to the general guideline and avoid the specifics.
If the documentary '2012' taught us anything: Weather can be crazy, man.
With decades and decades of clever advertising beneath society's feet, it's understandable that some trends in marketing are getting a bit ... annoying.
Movies require use to suspend a lot of natural disbelief about what we're watching. But some things we just have to question.