Lunchtime Laughter

Patrice O’Neal performing at Stand UP NY in 2001

Droids on Droids on Droids

Eclectic Method with the Star Wars remix

“Innovation Strategist”

This lady has no clue what kind of job her husband has had for the last 20 years. Steve Harvey clues her in.

Ryan Skullface, Teen Center Concert Promoter

Exactly Like What You’d Think an Explosion at a Fireworks Factory Would Look Like

It was big enough to knock a Colombian cameraman off of his feet.

 

The Dark Side of Magic

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CCTV Footage from last month of a Hypnotist thief who put a shopkeeper in a trance before making off with hundreds of £££’s.

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The Book Uses a Total of 50 Different Words

How Dr. Seuss Created Green Eggs & Ham

Lunchtime Laughter

Dogs So Excited at the Holidays They Explode!

Tinder Finger

Lonely Sculpture (2014) by Australian artist Tully Arnot.

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An Annoying Start to the New Year of Work

The Voice of The New York Subway System.

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Tracksides. Tunnels. Rooftops.

JURNE – ‘Science-ism,’ A short film by Selina Miles

“The Michael Jordan of Little People”

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At 4ft 5in tall, Jahmani Swanson is the king of the court in dwarf basketball.

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A Skateboarding Spectacle

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Bieber bails on the steps in front of Madison Square Garden. Clothed in a skintight dress and leather leggings, the pop singer managed to finally land his step-rolls after multiple attempts under the close watch of his bodyguard. The whole event—which was caught on video—is akin to something like watching a person who doesn’t know how to throw a ball repeatedly toss hail marys.

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The Phenomenally Weird World of Eric Wareheim

As evidenced in this video he directed for Mr. Oizo’s “HAM”

Post-Graffiti

Congrats to POSE on being one of CNN International’s “Ones To Watch.”

A Drone Attack from Kangaroo Jack

Crushing Budgets Consistently

Aaron Draplin does logo design in 15 minutes

Friday’s Vault

Sean Sheffey in Mouse

“Words on a page can hypnotize you if the rhythm is right.”

Literary voyager Tom Robbins talks about his process of writing novels.

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