About 12 minutes into a speech the First Lady was giving for a Democratic Party fundraiser in Washington, D.C., a protester interrupted to demand that the president sign an anti-discrimination executive order. And that's when things got real.
Legend has it that 30 years ago Atari buried a massive cache of video game cartridges in a landfill in New Mexico. Specifically, they buried tons and tons of copies of the failed 'E.T.' video game, an Atari non-classic that nearly sunk the gaming industry. Now a film crew has been given six months to search the massive 100 acre landfill to find the motherlode of lost games and confirm that the story is really true.
Yet another reason we are more than happy to just google something -- Siri is a real jerk. This compilation of Vine videos from artist Ridd Sorensen might be a slight exaggeration, but we think he's got the gist of it right
A group of teens had a legendary prom night, for a rather unusual reason. They didn't set a new high school keg stand record -- they stopped on the way to the dance to rescue some people who were in a car accident.
We know -- business cards? Even though nearly everything is done in the digital realm, they are still a thing. A thing we usually throw in the bin straightaway. We would gladly let these cards clutter up our desk, though. They're creative enough to warrant existing, and probably actually earn their proprietors some business. Check them out below.
In all the years he's been doing 'Kitchen Nightmares' (in the US at least), Gordon Ramsey never quit on a client. Until he went to Amy's Baking Company in Arizona. Those people were horrible. Taking waitstaff tips, screaming, firing people -- they genuinely are the worst. Unfortunately, they didn't take learning that fact very well.
Maybe 'Airheads' is your favorite movie. Maybe you really loved 'Maude' and 'The Golden Girls.' Or maybe you just love oil paintings of nude older ladies. If any of these are true, and you've got at least $2 million to spare, this painting of Bea Arthur (note: she didn't actually pose for the painting) by artist John Currin is up for auction.
It's expected to go for $1.8-$2.5 million bucks. Here's what (most of) the whole painting looks like.
Andrew Mason, now-former-CEO of Groupon, resigned today. Well, actually, he was more fired, really. And he told everybody. How do we know? Because he also publicly released his own letter of not-resignation, because it was going to leak anyway. Here's what it said.
Since the "theme" for the 2013 Academy Awards is music in movies, it makes sense that Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson would be called upon to perform the big number from the movie that won her the prize, 'Dreamgirls
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