Ever since Shadow of Mordor came out, many gamers have taken to its unique brand of orc-killing with a gusto. There's just one problem: some of these orcs keep coming back from the dead. And while developer Monolith says this is partly an intentional feature, they haven't given me a straight answer for how it works.
Teens on the internet are totally confused about this whole Osama bin Laden thing. Not only do they barely know who he is, now they're wishing he would kill their math teachers.
What would it be like if we brought pigeons into outer space? Well, you'd have a lot of crazed and confused pigeons, that's what. How come more of our space budget can't go towards projects like these?
The woefully out of touch writers of Scouting Magazine, the official magazine of Boy Scouts of America, suggest that parents only listen to CDs they buy from stores because when you listen to legal MP3s you risk confusing the boy scouts.
ThinkGeek is now joking that its Samurai Sword Handle Umbrella should come with a warning label: "May incite SWAT teams." The reason? Panic on a Georgia college campus.
Tokyoflash revealed some concept clocks that will either delight or depress you (say, if you still can't figure out what time it is after staring at the damn thing for 10 minutes).
'Worst Week' is apparently some kind of adapted British show about a guy whose life sucks, or something. I don't know. All I do know is that this guy's iPhone is not an iPhone.
I can't figure out what the message is supposed to be behind this poster for a new comic book called War Heroes by Mark Millar, the scribe behind the pointed political series Civil War. Is it a pro-McCain poster? An ironic anti-McCain poster? An acknowledgment that Obama is realistic and therefore probably better at…