Tuesday, July 29, 2014
One could say the imagery for this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles poster—explosions coming out of a building—is evocative of 9/11. But you could say that about a lot of movie posters and actual scenes in films since that tragic date. Lest we forget:
Friday, July 25, 2014
A 9-to-5 job in the office may be grueling, but there is always the TV set and video game console to blow off some steam when you get home, right?
Well, according to a study published in the Journal of Communication, you are most likely to feel even worse after watching your television show or playing "Call of Duty."
The research indicated that people who engaged in such activities "had high levels of guilt and feelings of failure."
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Certainly, this whole "Reptilian Agenda" thing is so over-the-top and ludicrous that any sensible person wouldn't stoop to even justify it with a response.
Well, any sensible person except someone working for the U.S. House of Representatives, apparently.
A beloved children's icon is tarnished in the news and on the Internet...we've seen this with countless stories about Mickey Mouse/Disneyland, the Bert Is Evil craze, Deadly Elmo, Pervy Elmo, and many more.
The latest, it seems, is Hello Kitty.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Well, 2012 seemed like a big fat bust...nothing more than Doomsday hype coupled with hippy-dippy New Age mumbo-jumbo.
While the year 2020 has been flagged by some as the next big "prophecy" year—the symmetry of its numbers making it very attractive to fixate on—a number of spiritual/conspiracy types are actually citing 4 years previous as the time to keep an eye on.
Ugh, can you imagine using one of those clunky old-fashioned typewriters to write out...letters?
How low-tech! Ink smearing your fingertips.