Some very stupid lawmakers in West Virginia are sick, presumably with the shits. They lifted the state’s ban on raw, unpasteurized milk a few weeks ago, then drank some raw, unpasteurized milk to celebrate, and, well, they are feeling bad lately. This seems an opportune moment to point out that actually,…
Don’t grab drones out of mid-air. It’s a stupid, dangerous idea. Don’t believe me? Well, you can check out the photos of Enrique Iglesias following his Tijuana concert last night for confirmation.
Windows Phone 7 is a beautiful mobile OS precisely because you can't screw it up. Microsoft created something clean and gorgeous, and no phone company can slather their themed dreck all over it. However, if you're a masochist, try this!
Only 3,500 Americans have died in hurricanes since the 1940s thanks to improved warning and evacuation systems. If you end up one of them, you were either in the wrong place at the wrong time, or you were stupid.
Maybe this poor dumb soul was just buying into Apple's marketing hype; maybe he thought the iPad he tried to steal was so thin that nobody would catch him nicking it. Unfortunately for him, he was under tighter surveillance than President Obama.
If... if only there were some sort of container for a banana. Something that would protect the fruit inside, be easy to open, and a cinch to throw away. Oh wait, right.
Sort of stupid: using WWII grenades as bookends. Really stupid: giving one of those grenades to a neighbor, no questions asked. Extremely stupid: accepting said grenade. Maximum stupid: immediately pulling the pin from that grenade. Bomb squad, come on down!
"It ain't a nice road but at the end of the day, you don't expect someone to nick your snowman, know what I mean?" It may sound like a line from a Guy Ritchie film, but it really did happen.
The TSA has its own Twitter account—which could be a great way to inform the scared, angry public (and do damage control). Instead, it's filled with idiotic, tasteless, and downright creepy tweets. Funded by your tax money.
If Todd Davis's face looks familiar, it's because it's plastered all over subway stops and billboards—right next to his social security number—on ads for the personal security company LifeLock. His lifelock? It's been picked 13 times.
While you're planning your weekend, I want you to consider skipping the ballgame/movie/park. Instead: strap on a helmet, sit on an airbag, and deploy it as your friends watch and laugh. Faceplant? No, no. That's a neckplant you're watching.
I'm pretty sure when I was young, kids this dumb were sent out into the wild and only allowed back into society after they'd done battle with rabid wolves and survived, to ensure accordance with Darwin's law. Anyways, look kid, the crappy, Chinese-made stuffed toys inside, they're not actually worth it-not the…
Because traveling is just more fun when open flames are involved, the BVSA Rocket Bike exists. Created by Jason Broemmel so that he could jump across Islais Creek in San Francisco for a bike rodeo (yes, a bike rodeo. What a country.), this bad boy is powered by highway flares, illegal fireworks, propane, and danger.…
If you're going to put a 2008 calendar on your wall, might as well spend $257,000 on one made of solid gold, right? An opportunistic Tokyo jeweler hops on the soak-the-rich bandwagon for the second year in a row with this 26.3-inch-tall calendar that consists of 13.23 pounds of 24k gold. How ostentatious can you get,…
What's the first thing you would do if you stole an Xbox 360 but forgot to grab the power supply? If you answered "call Microsoft tech support and give them my full contact information", you're probably in a jail in Wellington, New Zealand right now.