27 airplane passengers that ruin the sky for everyone else

Sep 22, 2014 By Joey White 3

We’ve all seen obnoxious people on the airplane who act like they’re the only passenger on the flight. Now there’s a Facebook page and Instagram account dedicated to publicly shaming those people.

Passenger Shaming is a place where your least favorite passenger is probably documented. These are a few of our favorites from the painfully hilarious site…

When the cooling fans aren’t enough

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Peak-a-boo feet

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How to deal with a double-parked Corvette. The picture isn’t even the best part…

Sep 22, 2014 By Abraham 15

After spending two hours in traffic, Kyle DeMattia decided to grab some lunch. He pulls into the restaurant’s busy parking lot and right there in the two best spots is a Corvette, diagonally parked to take them both. In no mood to just let such selfish idiocy go, DeMattia did what the rest of us always want to do when we see this sort of thing…

Jeep parks by Corvette

As gratifying as this is to see, it’s not even the best part.

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Emma Watson praises men who are “inadvertent feminists,” receives standing ovation at the U.N.

Sep 22, 2014 By Abraham 0

In an effort to reclaim the word “feminist” as representing a desire for equality rather than any kind of “man-hating,” Emma Watson made an impassioned plea before the U.N….

We are struggling for a uniting word, but the good news is that we have a uniting movement.

She was introducing He for She, a “solidarity movement for gender equality that brings together one half of humanity in support of the other of humanity, for the entirety of humanity.”

You may not call yourself a feminist, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t one. If you support equality, no matter your gender, you are a feminist…even if inadvertently…

This TV reporter can’t keep her secret anymore, drops F-bomb and quits on air

Sep 22, 2014 By Joey White 1

After reporting on a pro-cannabis organization, Alaskan reporter Charlo Greene went off-script to tell the audience that, as it turns out, she is the owner of that organization. And not only that, but she intends to start focusing on it full-time.

This, of course, means she can’t be a reporter anymore. She then proceeded to ensure that she would, in fact, never get a job as a reporter again…

(NSFW language)

When asked why, she explained it was to bring attention to her new endeavor and the issues they’re addressing. It seems to be working…

These 1940’s cartoonists drew their characters blindfolded. Dick Tracy is almost perfect…

Sep 22, 2014 By Abraham 0

In a 1947 experiment as silly as it was fascinating, the Chicago Tribune asked several cartoonists to draw one of their classic characters…and then wear a blindfold or close their eyes and draw the character again. It’s clear they’re all incredibly familiar with their subjects, but especially impressive is Chester Gould with his near-perfect blind replication of Dick Tracy.

When the paper published the results they rounded out the article with a bit of surprisingly critical commentary in the captions…

Vintage Cartoonists draw blindfolded

Vintage Cartoons Drawn with Eyes Closed - 01

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Artist’s depicts a woman’s entire life by continuously updating a single image of her face

Sep 21, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

South Korean illustrator Seok Jeong Hyeon skillfully captures a woman’s aging process from babyhood to old age, in a single digital “live” drawing. He draws a baby girl and then edits the drawing to represent her different stages of life until she is a vibrant old woman…

Watch her grow from a baby to a little girl, then lose her chubbiness and become a young lady. As she becomes an adult, she loses her innocent gaze, and her eyes seem more knowing.

Hyeon deftly changes the woman’s appearance, using a light touch to age her with subtle changes to her hair and skin and eyes…until you see the final image. Truly incredible work!