“You can create a film,” director Chris Temple shares at MCON 2016 in Washington, D.C., “but if it doesn’t actually inspire any change or drive any action, what’s the point?
Even kings cry. After the Cleveland Cavaliers (Bay Area residents, spoilers ahead!) won the NBA Championship, redditor _korbendallas_ shared this photo of James—triumphantly (and tearfully) holding onto his trophy—with Reddit’s Photoshop Battles community: Reddit user _korbendallas_ If you’re not familiar with Photoshop Battles, here’s how they work: A random photo is presented.
It’s a horrible day in the neighborhood. In a quest to get crowd-sourced proof of the ol’ proverb that “good fences make good neighbors,” redditor ahem17 posed this question to the Ask Reddit community: “Redditors who have had ‘neighbors from hell,’ what happened?
In a segment of the Fox News program Huckabee, the former GOP presidential candidate rails off on how a scientific study that watches how shrimp function on treadmills is “not the only stupid thing that my tax dollar pays for, but it may be the most outrageous.” “I don’t want my shrimp going to the gym,” he says.
Too many Pokémon, not enough waking hours to catch them all. That seems to be the crisis for many of the 7.5 million people (in the US alone!
So you may not be able to have a private island, underwater plane and Kenyan Safari camp like Sir Richard Branson, but for a little bit of extra change, you can have some really comfortable underwear, a luxury that makes Reddit user BagOfBoots feel “like my little buddy is being hugged by a cloud.” It doesn’t take a ton of cash to add richness to your days, as redditors revealed in an AskReddit thread that posed the question, “What is something that can make your life more luxurious but doesn’t cost a lot of money?
He puts the “museum” in mausoleum. His exhibits look like exhumations. And by his own admission, he sells dead people!
Maria Droujkova often begins her talks with an apology. She tells parents, educators and all those who’ve deemed themselves number-challenged that she’s sorry if they’ve been hurt by “meaningless math.” People tell her about their math scars.
“What should be done at the DNC?” Nova Southeastern University law professor Tim Canova asks this rhetorical question in his Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), before outlining what he’d like to see from his party if his congressional campaign is successful.
A redditor who aptly goes by VAN_Wilder began this year with a van—and a plan. The twenty-something from California bought a 2006 Ford E250 off Craigslist.
Sick of looking up concerts online only to find they’re (supposedly) “sold out”? After one YouTuber visited Ticketmaster on an ill-fated quest to find seats for a Twenty One Pilots gig, he decided to document the Sisyphean task of finding regularly priced tickets online for, well, pretty much any upcoming show featuring a mainstream artist.
While adding laundry detergent and new tires to their shopping carts, women and their partners can also click their way to preventing unwanted offspring.
Heyyyy, Reddit… Tony Hale—the Emmy-winning actor best known for playing Buster Bluth in Arrested Development and Gary Walsh in VEEP—seems perfectly happy to embrace his tendency to play endearingly neurotic characters.
What books changed your life as an adult? Reddit user medioxcore asked the question in Reddit’s Books community, writing, “Any time I see “books that changed your life” threads, the comments always read like a high school mandatory reading list.
The words “vegan” and “NFL player” don’t often appear in the same sentence, but defensive end David Carter is proving just how compatible the vegan diet can be with maintaining a (non-kicker) pro-football physique.
As bodies droop, jiggle, fold, wrinkle and deflate, Dr. Tony Youn is there. He’s a plastic surgeon—and a busy one, the reconstructor of more than 5,000 parts, from protruding ears to curve-less derrieres.
With all the noise of the presidential election, it easy to forget there are countless government seats other than POTUS to fill.
[We know you’re not reading this if you haven’t caught up on the latest episodes of Game of Thrones, right?
Apathetic college grads, beware: You can do a lot worse than “Follow your bliss.” Perhaps as a rebuttal to the past month full of commencement speeches, valedictorians’ manifestos on optimism, and well-intentioned greeting cards telling cap and gown-clad youths that they can “be anything,” redditor orange_lazarus1 invited the Ask Reddit community to answer this simple question—just in time for graduation season: “What’s the worst advice you have ever received?
Dr. Sandra Lee puts the “pop” in popular. On Saturday, the dermatologist better known by her social media handle “Dr.