What the chemicals and plastics companies are doing to decieve people into believing their products are safe.
The entertainment value these guys bring each month is easily worth the price of one trip to the movies (if you go alone and sneak in your own popcorn and soda) that they are offering for top tier membership to their premium content (15 lousy bucks per month). If you have been enjoying the fruits of their labor for free up until now, the least you can do is shell aout for the 2 or 5 dollar level. If you haven't been, why the hell not? What have you been watching, some lame shit like Nostalgia Critic or something?
I guess this could be a good site for someone who has never seen a movie before. Otherwise, it's just a list of well known films that you have probably seen already if you wanted to see them.
I also have to question the usefulness of any list of crime films that has The Dark Knight in the number 1 spot and two fucking batman movies in the top six.
"Tax returns of Bhargava's U.S. charity, the Rural India Supporting Trust, suggest a different narrative. Virtually the entire donation was in the form of a 45% stake in the privately held Living Essentials. Only a few million dollars was in cash.
Rural India then sold that 45% stake to Nevada 5, a private for-profit company. In exchange, Rural India got a note worth $623.6 million. Bhargava's accountant Paul Edwards of Plante Moran says his client is not a beneficial owner in Nevada 5 but another one of his associates says it is a vehicle for Bhargava's philanthropy and affiliated with Innovation Ventures, the parent company of Living Essentials.
Rural India itself appears not to be giving much away. It lists total grants paid out in 2010 of just $4 million off a total asset base that by the end of that year had been stepped up to just over $1 billion. Bhargava can get away with this because he set up Rural India as something called a supporting organization, or a group that financially supports other charities. Unlike a traditional private foundation, a supporting organization has no mandated 5% minimum outlay, pays no excise taxes on investment income and has fewer self-dealing restrictions. Bhargava is not doing anything illegal here, just exploiting a loophole in the tax code many other big philanthropists have used as well."
I don't know what this is
Keep your shitty web comics out of my online game stumbles, thanks.
What is the point of stumbling a graphic by itself? Why not just link the whole article and give credit to the source?
35? I count exactly two uses in this list: Planters and filthy, splintery, furniture. I guess if I owned livestock I could count 3.
Ren & Stimpy creator, John Kricfalusi, tells a heartwarming story about his dad and the cartoon that he made in his honor.
Happy Father's Day!
Benjamin Button? Seriously? So now it's a movie about an old lesbian in a hammock that turns into a guy on a motorcycle who turns into a boy in a bow tie? Fuck this game. I also missed The Notebook because I don't have a vagina. I got the rest of them.
Henry & Aaron - IT'S A SNAP!
Amazing. Must read.
From the page:
"It may be that people switch to diet soda when they begin gaining weight without addressing other aspects of their diet that are causing the weight gain."
Yeah, you think? Maybe someday people will realize how full of shit the news can be when it comes to sensationalistic health studies that defy everything that science and common sense tell us to be true. I love how none of the major news outlets that covered this thought for a moment that people who are prone to get fat are probably more likely to drink a lot of diet soda than people who stay thin easily and that it probably isn't the soda itself that is causing the gain.
I think we should worry less about what's making people fat and work more on what's making everybody so fucking stupid.
Alternative medicine isn't just pointless and stupid, it's making animals go extinct. Thanks, China.
Their mother needs a severe ass-beating.
Yeah, time to clean out my "following" list again.
C'mon hipsters. At least one of y'all has to have it in you to dedicate your life helping a ridiculous and antiquated lifestyle continue. You get to wear a big crazy beard and a nutty get-up and everything.
The fact that so many people are surprised by this is a good indication of how shitty we are at teaching American history in this country.