This is a video of a little girl that has trouble differentiating between an iPad and magazines. Why you'd even let such a young, impressionable girl read fashion magazines like Bazaar and Marie Claire is beyond me, but presumably her parents want her to develop body image issues from the very beginning (nice Michelin Man legs, sweetie!). So yeah, she keeps confusing magazines for nonfunctional iPads. Granted at 0:48 I'm pretty sure she confuses her leg for an iPad too, but that's not my point. My point is this: there will come a day in the not-too distant future when a child will approach me on a park bench (and NOT because I have candy) and ask what paper is. And you know what I'll tell them? The skin of murdered trees. Then I'll laugh maniacally and go back to feeding the pigeons cat treats.
Because this is the sad, sad world we live in, here's a $45 iPad Pedestal Stand from CTA Digital. It combines the ass-wiping practicality of a toilet paper holder with the entertainment-while-you-strain-on-the-john accessibility of an iPad. Now I know 100% of the population u... / Continue →
Picture related: an original portrait of Link made from torn up Nintendo Power magazines by artist Chris Lange that I won in a contest.
Nintendo Power magazine, the monthly publication that was at one time (the 90s') the latest and greatest source for Nintendo news and tips, ... / Continue →
This is a picture of a luxury car pileup in Monaco. It makes me sad and happy at the same time because 1. it's always sad to see something beautiful get damaged *eyes own battle-scarred face in mirror* but 2. I have a thing against insanely rich people. "Oh you jelly, GW?" D... / Continue →