Incredibly freakin' huge meteor smacks the Earth. See who wins...
The video is in Japanese, but there is a translation.
An odd website has people submit pictures of Conan O'Brien in some sort of conflict with a bear. Who will be the first to submit pixel art?
The community just keeps growing, and let's all congratulate MrColeman for being lucky! Good job keeping this place alive, guys!
(Ed note: There are 70 disabled/banned accounts included in that figure. We actually have only 5934 active members, but close enough! )
Director Brad Bird (Iron Giant and The Incredibles) is helming Pixar's 2007 animated film Ratatouille.
Check out the Ratatouille trailer here and the Ratatouille iMDB profile here.
Check out the official Transformers Movie site for the goods. Here's hoping that colossal egomaniac tool director Michael Bay (even his iMBD photo makes him look like an a-hole) doesn't screw it up.
Renowned pixel interviewer randomblink interviews pixel artist Ian MacLean (nvision) about his artistic influences, his work and his ruthless rise to power.
The ultra-rightwing pundit character of Stephen Colbert sent the Knox College graduating class off in style.
And when you enter the workforce, you will find competition from those crossing our all-too-poorest borders. Now I know you’re all going to say, “Stephen, Stephen, immigrants built America.” Yes, but here’s the thing—it’s built now. I think it was finished in the mid-70s sometime. At this point it’s a touch-up and repair job. But thankfully Congress is acting and soon English will be the official language of America. Because if we surrender the national anthem to Spansih, the next thing you know, they’ll be translating the Bible. God wrote it in English for a reason! So it could be taught in our public schools.
A belated congratulations to all the recent graduates out there! Enjoy these last few months of summer before real life hits you square in the face. Here's a repost of some inspirational commencement speeches to get ya thinking about what the hell you are going to do with that fancy degree...
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