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Earlier this week, terrorists tragically murdered 12 staffers of Charlie Hebdo, a French comedy magazine, ostensibly over offensive images they published. Today, terrorists murdered four more at a Kosher supermarket in Paris. Here are all the cartoons which explain why those four were murdered.
"Amazing awfulness" is how our sister site io9 described the pilot episode of CBS' new show Scorpion, which is ostensibly about a team of hackers who help the Department of Homeland Security. (At least it's not the NSA.) But the pilot's amazingly awful chase scene is even dumber than we all realized.
Like many of the millions of Americans who got Grand Theft Auto V on or soon after its Sept. 17 release, I spent much of that first weekend in Los Santos, the game's fictional mega-metropolis. Having bought, binged on, and beaten the game, I can mouth my own oohs and ahs.
If you had to pick one of these as a daily driver, which would it be?
I just wrote a blog post for Forbes about the sale of Heinz to Warren Buffett. Would appreciate it if you all gave it a read!
Ah, Antigua. An island paradise, resplendent in beauty and nature. And now, free movies everyone! The nation of Antigua and Barbuda has been given the right, by the World Trade Organization (WTO), to give out any movies or music coming from the United States.
This is Jerry Patterson, and he is a Real Man running for a Real Office in the Real State of Texas. You might think this picture is a joke, some sort of satirical fantasy created by a detractor. "HA! That Jerry Patterson,” you say, noting his seemingly endless devotion to guns and weapons and guns. "He loves guns so…
Yes, £100,000,000 notes. That’s a lot of zeroes.The Bank of England has created 8 billion pounds worth of million-pound and hundred pound notes, but no, you can’t use them. They’re not meant for you. You’re too poor. Obvi.
Suzuki, the Japanese small car maker, has finally coughed and sputtered its last breath in these here United States. Despite a sales high of over 100,000 cars in 2007, the company could barely sell any over the course of 2012.
This four and a half minute reel of color test footage from 1922 was originally made by Kodak to test out their new Kodachrome film. Perhaps one of the earliest examples of moving color film, it has been preserved and digitized by Kodak’s own labs. The flickering is caused by the variable speed of the hand-cranked…
KRTV, a local television station based in Great Falls, Montana, became the victim of an apparent hack yesterday. The Emergency Alert System played, and warned of the dead “rising from their graves” and thoughtfully told viewers not to approach them, which is always Important Consumer Advice.