Vice President Mike Pence made a big mistake during his tour of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center yesterday. He touched a piece of critical space flight hardware in the Orion clean room, despite the fact that there was a sign that clearly read, “DO NOT TOUCH.” So, of course, the photo is now a meme.
Yesterday, Pope Francis met with President Trump. And needless to say, the pope didn’t look too happy about it. Maybe it had to do with the fact that Trump previously called the pope “disgraceful” and said ISIS will attack the Vatican, but who knows? The photo was surreal, and sure enough, people have been…
When it comes to a cool, refreshing pint of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, we all know Bernie would have one.
Last night, viewers witnessed one of the greatest awards show fuck-ups of all time. After accidentally announcing that La La Land had won Best Picture, producers for the Academy Awards came out and explained that it was all a big mistake. Moonlight had actually won. It was awkward, to say the least. But it’s bringing…
President Trump is known for his rather vigorous handshakes. They’re meant to show some kind of bullshit alpha male dominance. But Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who met with Trump today in the White House, wasn’t having it.
Yesterday, Bernie Sanders and his Facebook fan pages took the internet by storm after the cranky senator printed out one of the President-elect’s tweets and set it up on the floor of the US Senate.
On Wednesday afternoon, Bernie Sanders decided to print out a big ol’ copy of a Donald Trump tweet and bring it to the floor of the United States Senate.
Yesterday, we asked you to break some bad news to Batman, and boy did you deliver (no pun intended). Here are our favorites entries although, truly, we are all winners.
There are no spoilers here—even if we’re more than a month past Detective Comics #940 at this point—but we’d still like your photoshopping help to break some news to Batman.
Last week, we asked you to imagine what President Obama was actually looking at while wearing a virtual reality headset.
According to the caption on this White House photo, President Obama is watching “a virtual reality film captured during his trip to Yosemite National Park earlier this year.” But we all know that photo captions lie. So, what’s he actually watching?
I’m not entirely sure what’s going on with Mr. Trump’s hand here. All I know is that this is the least comfortable fist I’ve ever seen. Dare I say................................... Photoshop contest?
Happy Star Wars eve, everyone! We might all be waiting for The Force Awakens to finally premiere, but it won’t be the movie that overwhelms us going forward— it’ll be the tie-in merchandise. There’s so much of it out there already, but we thought we’d add to the fun with some of our own—and that’s where you come in,…
The newest museum in Los Angeles has been affectionately christened “The Cheese Grater,” even though there are at least two other buildings which look like they’d shred cheddar far more effectively. But what else does The Broad resemble? We demanded, you delivered.
Locals have taken to calling it the Cheese Grater, but there’s so many more things that the new Broad Museum’s wacky facade evokes. A sponge. A giant Jambox. A celebrity whale. Now it’s your turn to tell us what you see.
Last week, Google launched a contest for artists to decorate its self-driving cars, and in a completely unrelated move, we asked you to use Photoshop to decorate Google’s self-driving cars.
Google has launched another attempt at persuading us that its cute little self-driving cars are not, in fact, out to kill us. This time, it wants the help of Californian artists–who are invited to submit art to be featured on the cars. But we don’t think this wonderful opportunity should be restricted to Californians.
Last week, a guy boarded the New York City subway, entered a virtual world, and found his way into our hearts. But what could be so enthralling that it might tear VR Guy’s eyes away from the stirring humanity of the L train? We asked our own virtual worlds developers what reality VR Guy was experiencing.
With an expressionless face and a twitch of his head, VR Guy peered awkwardly into our souls when he bravely decided to break out his Samsung Gear VR on the subway. But the question remains: What exactly does VR Guy see that we cannot?