In the summer of 1971, on the campus of one of the nation's top universities and under the supervision of a faculty member, 11 students tortured 10 others over a six-day period, all in the interest of "science."
Three blades! Triple the effectiveness! And then Schick would come out with their Quattro Guillotine and then Gillette would up the ante to five and then it'd keep going until there would be no more heads to chop off... [Wulffmorgenthaler]
William Atwood Sr. is facing trial for assaulting 24-year-old Justin Moore. Atwood threatened the young man with a shotgun, forced him to undress, tied him up, and used a stun gun on him. All because of some naughty text messages.
Where do bad memory cards go when they die? Probably somewhere very similar to this puppy, paintball, and tiny-hat filled obstacle course of doom. Warning: this video contains extreme SD brutality.
This bizarre commercial just started popping up, and frankly, we're almost too confused to be offended. UPDATED: Verizon says the ad was not produced by or in any way affiliated with them.
The Judas Cradle was a popular form of torture in the middle ages, involving slowly lowering some poor, naked bastard onto a pyramid. Now you can bring that fun home with you in stool form!
Have a flight heading into George Bush airport in Houston? You might want to make some adjustments now that management has set up karaoke booths to entertain (?) weary travelers.
There's a new exhibit at Coney Island that's fun for the whole family: the "Waterboard Thrill Ride." Greeted by Spongebob exuding "It don't Gitmo better!" you walk in to peer through bars at dude in dark sweats leaning over another guy in an orange suit, his face wrapped in a towel. Slip a dollar into the machine,…
Curious how your new iPod nano can withstand Jack Bauer-like torture? PC World put the nano through a series of tests to see if they could either break it and/or get it to tell them where Marwan is. Here are the results...
Art Lebedev studio, responsible for that spectacular Optimus Maximus keyboard with a video display on each key, has apparently gone nuts, now giving you a way to test electrical circuits by shocking yourself half to death. The creative design studio calls this a Vilcus plug dactyloadapter, and it includes adapters…
If you're a seriously heavy sleeper living in Japan and alarms don't cut it, you can hire this company to send a sadistic gentleman to your bedside in the morning. He can then wake you up in any number of creative and awful ways, including a vacuum cleaner to the face, goo poured on the face, and the ever-popular …
Don't Break the Bottle is designed to exasperate your guests, making them work for their opportunity to imbibe. It fits on any standard wine bottle, and nobody drinks until that puzzle is solved, one way or another.
Unbox.it, the obsessive compulsive's guide to opening boxes, ran over Otterbox's latest rugged laptop case with a Toyota 4Runner. While the case didn't quite make it through this ordeal, the simulated laptop inside—actually two pieces of styrofoam—did.