Dreamworks animator Daniel Hashimoto’s uses his talents to turn his 3-year-old into an action hero.
This 17-minute interview with definitely stoned Rap Genius founder Mahbod Moghadam is filled to the brim with glorious Kanye-level quotes.
“Like… basically, Rap Genius is the Stalinist Russia of the internet, but in a good way.”
Joe Sabia spent the past year and a half building The Office Time Machine, where he’s pieced together all of the cultural references made on The Office into separate supercuts for each referenced year in the name of copyright reform.
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James Brady, Andrew Rossig and Marko Markovich generously released the most damning evidence against themselves after turning themselves into authorities Monday afternoon.
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When Kareem Granton ran away from his East New York home recently, he spent five days in the wilds of New York City before he was found by a Good Samaritan. Kareem spent nights sleeping on the subway and days, mostly, at Chuck E. Cheese’s. “It was a very big world,” he said of his adventure. “I didn’t think I would probably make it.” He did. (And doctors who checked him out after his return say he’s safe and sound.) Here’s how Kareem describes his journey.
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