WHAT! Stuff That Amuses Me
Mysterious Monster Eye Washes Ashore in Florida.
Yesterday, Gino Covacci was walking peacefully by the sea when he found this: a gigantic, monstrous eye still oozing blood. Scientists haven't identified the leviathan who lost it yet. Was it a giant squid, a whale, or the eye from a titanic monster born mutant because of nuclear tests?
Big Bird - Obama for America TV Ad
This is a real web ad that was launched after the debate.
Barack Obama Singing Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen
Lets not forget the VP Debate
The Ohio State University Marching Band
This is the halftime performance of The Ohio State University Marching Band on 10/6/12 against Nebraska. The theme was Video games and it included parts from Zelda, Halo, Pokemon, Tetris, and others.
Christopher Walken Reads "Honey Boo Boo"!
Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell use their dramatic talents to reenact scenes from America's #1 child-beauty-pagent-coupon-queen-sketti-eatin' show, "Here comes Honey Boo Boo"
We found out exactly what the word "replacement" stands for in the NFL referee book and what makes you qualified or not. Read more »
We have seen the different imagery representing Democrats & Republican, Right & Left, Red & Blue, and yes Donkey & Elephant. But why? Read more »
Our Olympians travel the world representing our great country on their own dime most of the time, and what do we do when they succeed? Make them pay of course. Read more »
Check out what this German artist can do with a little chalk and a sidewalk. Read more »
I don't know if you have ever had your wisdom teeth pulled out or not but if you did hopefully no one was taping you after, or you might have sounded like this. Read more »
Should I care? Because I just don't. Has the NBA become so phony and choreographed that the excitement of sport is totally gone? Is this the WWE on a court? Read more »
Could you be featured on a Google map somewhere for the world to see? Check out some of these suspecting and unsuspecting photos captured by Google. Read more »