Between the alien monsters, the crazed androids, and the malfunctioning ships, space is already totally scary before you start factoring in humans and all their potential awfulness. And yet, there’s something about space that seems to attract a lot of assholes. Case in point: All seven of these guys.
Say what you want about Trump’s tweets, new media has given us a new way to see into the psychotic hearts of our politicians. The latest representative to fall into the trap of oversharing is Clay Higgins of Lousiana. Over the weekend Higgins used his visit to Auschwitz as an opportunity to broadcast some…
Mylan is one of the most loathsome companies on Earth. Usually, they are hated for charging people with life-threatening allergies extortionate amounts of money for the only drug on the market that can help them. But a new report points out that there are many other reasons hate the company. Namely contributing to air…
According to a bunch of fancy linguists, people who are more sensitive to written typos and grammatical errors are indeed the kinds of Type A assholes everyone already suspects them to be.
It’s important to give people accurate information about food, and it’s important to communicate that information in an effective and convincing way. Unfortunately, this infographic, put out by the food psychology department at Cornell, is to food psychology what John Wayne Gacy was to party clowns.
The FCC has been conducting some major ass-kicking lately, a trend it is continuing with its latest move: slapping a $2.94 million fine, the biggest in FCC history, on a serial robocaller.
Our public lands — including National Forests, wildlife refuges and wilderness areas — are arguably our greatest treasure. Well, almost every Republican Senator just voted to sell them to the highest bidder. This is what you can do about it.
Do you like to be comfortable? Are you an asshole? Then boy do we have the garment for you. It's the world's first vape/hoodie combo, and Fred Durst just bought eight.
Sometimes dragons are the majestic lords of the sky, noble creatures who are wise and powerful. Sometimes they're evil incarnate, greedy enemies of humanity. And sometimes, they're just jerks. Here are 10 wyrms that give the entire species a bad name.
Some asshat at Los Angeles International Airport ruined a plane-full of people's days on Sunday night. He named a Wi-Fi network "Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork," and a passenger about to take off on a 9am flight to London noticed it. The plane didn't take off until 1pm as a result.
You gotta hand it to the TSA, they're really good at making you hate traveling. CNN has recently obtained a list of 70 "behavioral indicators" that the TSA uses to identify potentially high risk passengers and one of 'em is if you complain about the TSA.
Who's buying 3DTVs and 3D Blu-ray players? People who watched 3D movies in theaters, then want to re-live the experience at home. So why are the top movies, like Avatar and Coraline only available as bundles with hardware? What's the deal?
While Dr. Leary was fairly entranced by computers and cyberculture in the '90s—what stoner wasn't?—I hardly think he meant "turn on, tune in, drop out" to be used to sell consumer market research services. Shameful. [via press release]
There's hardly a spokesasshole in the world of tech who doesn't throw around some kind of tagline. And that's fine because it's his job, but there's no reason for you to repeat those taglines. Especially any of these seven.
Wondering why anyone would want to trick the world into thinking their 6-year-old was flying away in a gigantic party balloon? Well, it turns out that the Heenes were developing a reality show with the Wife Swap production company. And as we all know, the best way to get a deal made in Hollywood is to commandeer the…
Monster Cable, suer of an incredible number of companies that just happen to have the word "Monster" in their names, has turned their attention to Monster Transmission. They make transmissions.
For currently unknown reasons, several internet griefers decided to screw with epileptics last weekend by posting flashing and multicolored images in a support forum run by the nonprofit Epilepsy Foundation. About three percent of epileptics are photosensitive, which means that the flashing lights and colors can…
Lately, I've been getting tons of complaints about asshole commenters. I'm not talking about the ones that disagree with others in a gruff way. Freedom of speech, and all. I'm talking about people who obviously have mental problems and like to take it out on the rest of us who frequent Gizmodo. I've been lax with the…