Monthly Archives: January 2010
Due to a recent ruling on a Supreme Court case, the 5 year old company Murray Hill Inc decided to run for office. Following the recent Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission to allow unlimited corporate … Continue reading
I’ve been saying this for a while, but it’s only recently that I’ve realized that someone has done statistical analysis on the subject and proven my point. It’s a long read, so here are some of the highlights. The prize … Continue reading
This one has been floating around for a bit now, but a school in California pulled a recent version of the Dictionary because it carried the definition of oral sex. Dictionaries have been removed from classrooms in southern California schools … Continue reading
I had to dig around youtube for a minute to find an embeddable player, but here it is. This is my favorite trailer for the upcoming flick, Kick Ass. If you would like to see a trailer that shows more … Continue reading
Pieces like these need no introduction.
The Rethink Scholarship is an $18,000 scholarship for aspiring art directors and designers at Langara College. The video advertising the scholarship, created by Rory O’Sullivan, is an amazing example of well thought out design. Enjoy. Rethink Scholarship at Langara 2010 … Continue reading
A while back I was introduced to what is appropriately titled, The Final Boss of the Internet by my friends Teresa and Brit. To go along with that, I give you a moderately accurate picture of the internet. Go forth … Continue reading
This is for all them juggalos I know that read the site. Apparently Insane Clown Posse has managed to scrape enough money together to do a, wait for it…. LOW BUDGET FILM ABOUT THE OLD WEST! They had to save … Continue reading
This isn’t so much a Trashed Idea as it is a homage to my father. Since I can remember, my dad has constantly complained about the over-representation that the smaller states get in our legislative branch and how many larger … Continue reading
It was only a matter of time for this one to start, but I can agree with it’s statement. Just about any situation feels appropriate to throw a “penis” in there. Check out the site to see more.
Because I’m a nerd, I have to post these things, but this is just all sorts of bad ass. Unfortunately, this was home made, so no buying it.
I myself have a set of identical brothers in my family. While they aren’t as identical as during their teenage years, people still often enough mistake the two. Certain groups of people often feel there is a powerful, spiritual and
This might be NSFW and gay so I doubt you will watch all of it. Skip to 2:10 for a surprise.
This is an exceptionally interesting piece and fully deserves the NSFW attached. It’s a german Safe Sex PSA that would cause an upheaval had it been created on U.S. soil. Be warned, it revolves around a drawing of a penis … Continue reading
This is a 3D animation done by Daniel Klug. It’s done in Maya and was finished in 9 months. The characters are very vivid and alive in this animation involving the love between two ninjas. Les Dangereux from RedForty on … Continue reading
Yes, this really is a video of a man drinking fat. This is a disgusting PSA from who other than the NYC Department of Health, the same people that did the Heroin flyer. It’s a shame their PR department gets … Continue reading
Here are some tights speckled with creatures from the old game Space Invader. This is equal parts retro, awesome and hot. Unfortunately, you can’t buy them anymore. A shame.
PS22 is an elementary school chorus from Public School 22 in Graniteville, Staten Island (New York). It is comprised of 60-70 fifth-graders, and is directed by Gregg Breinberg. Their rendition of Alicia Keys & Jay-Z’s Empire State of Mind is … Continue reading
A Michigan company announced the release of software Tuesday that introduces new punctuation to the typed word: The sarcasm mark.Sarcasm Inc. of Washington Township said the SarcMark, which resembles an open circle with a dot in the center, can be … Continue reading