College Humor created this original video of the Jersey Shore RPG video game and it is priceless. Their dominant moves such as beating the beat up and GTL are included. If this game came out in 1992 I probably would have stood on line for it, hilarious stuff.
At first I was going to just put 14 pictures up of dudes that look like hot chicks but I thought that would just be down right cruel, so I mixed in some actual hot girls. The best part about this fun game is you usually say that a genuine hot girl is a dude, it’s a hard game not going to lie, and by the end you are going to feel really weird. I don’t know if anyone has been tricked by a tranny before but it can’t be a good feeling, like this poor guy.
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Our friends over at the oatmeal have done it again, this time with examples of emails people write that make us want to punch them through the computer screen. Seriously though if you take part in any of these actions while emailing get yourself a shotgun from Jason Williams house, go into the closet and shoot yourself. Too soon for Jason Williams jokes?
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Sounds ridiculous right but this is how it starts. I mean who took Sarah Palin seriously at first but if the media puts it out there it begins to grow like a bad virus. Now she is a serious contender in the next presidential election. Well The Donald is “seriously considering” a run at it himself. Donald Trump stated on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Tuesday “”I’m totally being serious because I can’t stand what’s happening to the country,” said the New York-based businessman to the network. “I am being serious about it. I’ve been asked for years to do it. And I had no interest. This is the first time I am — at least I’m considering it.” A New Hampshire poll regarding Republican presidential candidates showed favorable results for Trump, which is what got this thing started. I don’t think this is a good idea at all, though it’s fun to add to the hype and see how many many people jump on the bandwagon. Bret Michaels would probably be his Chief of Staff coming off his recent “Apprentice” victory and instead of getting sworn in Trump would say his catch phrase “You’re Fired” to Obama.
The success of “The Social Network” at the box office this past weekend has many mid-20-somethings nostalgically reminiscing back to the days of “The Facebook” (circa 2004), long before the advent of so-called “privacy settings.” It was a carefree time when users needed a .edu e-mail address from a select network of schools and coeds openly posted party pics without any sort of inclination that their drunken, underage photos would seen by a prospective employer or, worse, a curious aunt or parent. Six years, hundreds of millions of users, and billions of theoretical dollars later, Mark Zuckerberg’s online Frankenstein continues to be the most culturally relevant social network on the Internet. It also continues to be the ultimate online depository for women to upload photos of themselves. In turn, every warm-blooded man with a pulse and an Internet connection has squandered countless hours gawking at pictures of hot female friends — and friends of friends — on Facebook. So it seems girls need new tactics to keep themselves looking hot and to make sure perverts keep stalking their profile. Here are the top 10 tricks girls use to look hot on their facebook.
10. Posing for Group Photos with the Infamous “Angled-Knee Trick”
Facebook must have entire servers dedicated to storing photos that are a mirror image of the example above. When a group of girls huddle up to take a photo, the posture is almost universally the same: shoulders back, one knee slightly bent, and a foot forward at an angle. Points on the hotness scale skyrocket for showing some skin.
9. Posing for Group Photos with the Infamous “Strong-Arm Trick”
The so-called “Strong-Arm Trick” is pretty much a bastard cousin of the knee-out trick, as demonstrated above in the lake vacation photos of Oregon’s Cheerleading squad. It’s traditionally an optical illusion for tough girls (think rowers and field hockey players) to lose camera pounds in their arms. The basic protocol is a three-step process. First, the girl angles her body toward the camera. Second, she places her hands on her hip. Third, she pushes her funny bone back toward their shoulder so either (a) the muscle doesn’t bulge out or (b) flab on the front and back of her arm doesn’t jiggle when the photographer snaps the picture.
The MTA has struck a deal with Broadcast Australia, AT&T and T-Mobile to begin the infrastructure needed to provide cell and WiFi service in NYC subway stations. The plan is to have six stations equipped with the service by 2012 and all 277 stations by 2016. This is only for the stations, NOT ON THE TRAINS. If people had cell service on the trains that would be like putting your hand in a mitten of stinging red ants. Either way it should be nice to have your phone to help you kill boredom when your waiting forever on the platform for the train to get there and also let someone know what time you are arriving. As nice as this sounds, in NYC this could get brutal quickly. The subway is a lone sanctuary for quiet. The sound of super echoed ringtones and extra echoed loudmouths while your mad at your train for being late or just want to get the F home could be a recipe for a psychotic episode. Or the people who are chilling with the macs on their lap using wifi only to have someone snatch and run with that sucker.
Surf wear maker Rip Curl recently teamed up with Timeslice Films for an ambitious project of shooting surfers in “bullet-time“, the effect that many people first saw in The Matrix. They used a crazy camera array of 52 Canon Rebel DSLRs in order to capture the same shot from 52 different angles, stringing them together for the final footage.
I know I’m not the only one who at some point in their life had a mohawk and after getting out of the shower, did the whole “you talkin to me?” bit while trying to act 100x tougher than you actually were. If you are one of the die hard fans who cant get enough of Scorsese and NYC circa Taxi Driver, watch for TASCHEN’s fancy new book coming out this month with tons of never-before-seen on-set photography by Steve Schapiro, including bloody/cheery/behind-the-scenes De Niro and Scorsese waving a lot of arms and crawling around pretend-dead bodies.
Artist Temujin Doran has found a new way to make LEGOS relevant again by simply implementing them into every day scenery. The interesting part is how he manages to pick the right Lego for the right scene. The fact that he can find an appropriate Lego for almost any situation is a true testament to the vast library of available Legos, since they have been around for like 800 years it makes sense. Here is a collection of his superimposing LEGO photography.