SPOOKY KIDS: (source)
DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT...spins the wheel...science. MSNBC steps in it.
SHUSH - DON'T TELL THE RIAA: But people who trade files on the interwebs actually spend more money buying intellectual property than those who don't.
THE (EMPTY) STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO:
Ross Ching is a filmmaker who has started a series of short time lapse films about empty American cities. It's like what might come after the zombie apocalypse. Or this.
SHOW OFF OF THE DAY: I'm pretty sure I hate this showoff.
IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT: Creativity and mental illness go hand in hand. Ter-rific.
WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG? I'm not sure that this guy is going to win any father of the year awards.
SCIENTIFIC READ OF THE DAY: Short version - our big brains apparently make us susceptible to cancer. How's that evolution working out for you?
DEPARTMENT OF DEJA VU DEPARTMENT: Well this is going to set back any hopes of an economic recovery. I've been reading about this impending student loan crisis for some time now. And once again when the pooh hits the fan, we'll have the banking industry to thank. Buckle up.
MORE OF THIS PLEASE: Someone finally had the cojones to tell this hate monger to shut the fudge up. Applause!
THE MAKER: This is so worth five minutes of your time.