Does an acapella cover of theme to Mike Tyson’s Punchout really need a setup? All righty then, put’em away!!
Here’s a fun game: Try to spot where the animal endangerment ends and the bad CGI begins.
Here are some of your favorite cartoon character’s voices revealed and possibly tainted forever in your memory. I’d call out a spoiler alert here, but we’re all adults…And wouldn’t Uncle Phil be proud <SNIFF>.
Like Beth, I too struggle with pre-conference call banter, “Oh good yeah…Just…making it. You know.” Oh, I know.
Whatever. Sounds too close to the peanut butter. And I’ll be damned if I support those commie bastards. I’m a Skippy man. Like my father and my grandfather before me.
Meet Circuit Scribe: the pen that connects circuits with conductive ink. No wires (or potatoes) needed.
We spend a lot of time on YouTube here at Internet HQ, and this whole forced integration with Google+ is maddening. No, we don’t want to sign in to Google+. No, we’d actually rather see the entire universe of comments, since that’s where the crazy is. No, we don’t want to use our real names, because the internet is built on anonymity-fueled aggression, and dammit, that’s the way we like it. This gentlemen captures our frustrations well. And so, we share:
Technology! Sports! Nerd Fights! This year, the NBA installed SportVU in all arenas—a behemoth, big-brothery tracking system that will reveal things like who touches the ball the least, the part of the floor a player scores from most often, miles run during a game, and (conceivably) how many times Kevin Garnett says “Cheerios” per 48 min. All kidding aside, this is a fun development for NBA fans and basement dwellers everywhere. SB Nation helps disseminate the system and its potential.