Her name is Maîtresse Madeline. She makes bondage, domination, and sadomasochism videos (NSFW) for site Kink.com. And now she's going to charge a single person $42,000 for one hour of webcam sex, perhaps the most expensive private sex webcam session of all time.
Kotaku's Brian Ashcraft just called my attention over a public campaign to stop Japanese citizens from uploading photos of them doing impossibly stupid stuff to Twitter. This made me realize two very important things:
The 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 is so stupidly huge that nobody can use it comfortably. However, to accommodate all the idiots who think that a bigger phone is better no matter how ridiculous it is, Samsung decided to include a normal-size phone mode that leaves the rest of the screen blank.
Look at this happy imbecile: Chibuihem Amalaha, a Nigerian grad student whose University of Lagos-sanctioned "investigation" says that "physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and the grace of God" prove that gay marriage is wrong. His paper's laughable/pathetic logic will give you an aneurism.
29 bucks. That's what Apple wants you to spend in a plastic case that will make your new plastic iPhone 5C look like a game of Connect Four. Today, Apple has turned the iPhone case market into a pathetic parody of itself.
Critics say it will be impossible to play the 2022 World Cup in Qatar's scorching summer heat. Sepp Blatter—president of FIFA, the gang of crooks that controls international soccer—now says that it may have been a mistake. However, he's still giving the most idiotic excuses for his ridiculous decision.
Rather than feeling embarrassed, the architect of the "Walkie Talkie" skyscraper at 20 Fenchurch street, London, seems completely flippant and amused by his car- and human-melting building. Check out this quote from an interview with The Guardian:
Some company wants you to wear colored gel bands to show your relationship status. "If this is the future of dating, we're fucked," says Jezebel's Tracy Moore. We are. Although maybe this will be a good idea: it'll automatically mark people not to date, ever.
Kinja user Kseth works at the Target store in Fargo, North Dakota. A few weeks ago he witnessed an absurd event starring an anti-gay Christian customer and a fellow employee regarding Target's gay marriage cards. Pathetic. Sad. Dumb—all those adjectives apply.
I know Gizmodo editor Ashley Feinberg in person. She's really smart, charming, and funny. One of my favorites. That's why I won't remind her too much about how stupefyingly dumb is to spend $236 on extra lives and moves in Candy Crush. I couldn't believe it until I read her own account of the facts.
Why do people insist on killing themselves being ridiculously reckless and uploading their stupid failed stunts to YouTube? It's a modern mystery! We like it. Here are some idiots filming a skimboarder's attempt to high five his bros in a speeding boat.
Investigators have found the reason for that huge Russian rocket explosion on July 1: someone installed an angular velocity sensor upside down. It's probably the stupidest human error in space exploration since the mismatch of imperial and metric units that caused the $327 million Mars Climate Orbiter to disintegrate.
Extreme right-wing Reformation Church pastor and radio preacher Kevin Swanson advised his listeners not to watch Star Trek Into Darkness because it depicts interspecies fornication, which to him is bestiality. His co-host agreed, pointing out that it was 'as bad as homosexuality.'
Investment banker Jon Heinemann and his Betty Draper wife are suing their children's private school for $500,000 in damages. They felt swindled by the school during the auction of a finger painting made by kids, for which they paid $50,000. Their lawsuit claims that a teacher artificially inflated the bidding process.