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YouTube’s Awesome New Easter Egg Lets You Play Missile Command

David Smothers August 8, 2013

You maybe have noticed it’s “Geek Week” on YouTube. Sure, that means plenty of cool videos and whatnot, but there’s also something even better: Missile Command! All you’ve got to do is go to a YouTube video—any YouTube video—and type “1980.” (Not in the search bar. Just like, type it.) Then, whammo, it’s time to… Continue Reading »

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A Baby Monitor App Captured the Adorable Truth of What Happens When a Toddler Is Trying to Sleep

David Smothers February 25, 2013

Say it with me now: Hahahawwwwwhahah. This awesome toddler is named Jude and this video shows what he’s actually doing when his parents shut off the lights and try to make him sleep. It’s punishingly adorable. Jude’s parents came up with the hilarious idea to see what their kid does when he’s “trying to sleep”… Continue Reading »

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VIDEO: The 10 worst misspelled tattoos ever

David Smothers February 21, 2013

The face tattoo may hold top rank in the spectrum of tattoo fails, but there’s a special place in the moron circle for the misspelled tattoo. Nothing says “careless idiot” quite like a well placed tattoo typo. If life was a spelling bee, these folks would be knocked out in the first round.   Idiot…. Continue Reading »

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Harlem Reacts to ‘Harlem Shake’ Videos

David Smothers February 21, 2013

Street interviews with members of the Harlem community, and their views about the popular ‘Harlem Skake’ video trend. Videos shown to participants included versions from DizastaMusic, TheSunnyCoastSkate, & PHLOn NAN For the Record, only 2 people interviewed did not make the final cut. One because the microphone was off. And the other because they only… Continue Reading »

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Watch the Canadian Parliament Hilariously Debate the Zombie Apocalypse

David Smothers February 14, 2013

That’s it, I’m moving to Canada. They know how to have fun. Even in politics! In Canada’s House of Commons today, there was an incredible ‘debate’ about creating an international zombie strategy “so that a zombie invasion does not turn into a zombie apocalypse.” Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs John Baird told everyone that there… Continue Reading »

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Five Scientific Facts on How Chocolate Is Good For You

David Smothers February 11, 2013

Valentine’s Day is coming up (it’s Thursday I hear), which probably means you’ll be eating overpriced chocolate with your sweet loved one or eating fair priced chocolate alone. Either way, have no guilt because chocolate is “good” for you! These five scientific facts about the chemicals of chocolate prove it so. I BELIEVE. Chocolate makes… Continue Reading »

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David Sereda: UFO & Antigravity Disclosure

David Smothers February 11, 2013

UFO Researcher David Sereda discussed his recent work, videotaping the disclosure of 73-year old Boyd Bushman, a Lockheed Martin Senior Research Scientist of 20 years, who held Top Secret clearance. He holds a number of patents and designed the Red Eye Missile (now the Stinger Missile), and infrared FLIR systems. Bushman also reverse engineered antigravity… Continue Reading »

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VIDEO: USA already went to Mars : Astronaut Gene Cernan

David Smothers February 11, 2013

The video is worth watching just for his take on the situation, but listen to what he says at the 3:00 minute mark.”Buzz” Aldrin has released a statement saying that he thinks canceling the Moon mission was the right decision, but Cernan says that “Buzz” does wants to go back to Mars!! and he also support that… Continue Reading »

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VIDEO: Visualizing the Size of the Universe With a Grain of Sand

David Smothers February 11, 2013

The universe is so incredibly large that it’s difficult to know where to begin when trying to visualize its size. This video should help you get your head around that very problem. Pete Edwards from the University of Durham, UK, does a good job of explaining things here—with a grain of sand as a frame of… Continue Reading »

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