An Indestructible Marker Keeps You Vandalizing Through the Apocalypse

Just because the world as we know it has come to an end doesn't mean that people won't want to read an amusing limerick written on a bathroom stall. And for just $8, this Pocket Shark Tactical Marker is guaranteed to survive almost anything—from a Mad Max-style dystopia, to even a zombie uprising. Let's see your… » 10/25/13 4:20pm 10/25/13 4:20pm

Verizon Sues Dastardly Californian Fiber-Optic Cable Slicers

The investigation to find the vandals who cut all those fiber-optic cables in the Bay Area is still ongoing, but Verizon has stepped up and sued 100 unnamed suspects for the crime. We don't have any updates on what kind of damages they're seeking, or what the motivation might have been for causing the massive outage… » 4/17/09 12:45am 4/17/09 12:45am

Digital Billboards Hacked in Southern California

A well known 18 year old graffiti artist that goes by the name "Skullphone" has expanded his repertoire of vandalism to include 10 digital billboards around L.A. Earlier this week, onlookers were treated to Skullphones's calling card in between the normal ads running on the display. Nice work dude, let's hope that the… » 3/25/08 6:53pm 3/25/08 6:53pm