Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, and behold a total of 10 illusions in a mere two minute time span! (thanks Victoria!) I particular like that these are live-action.
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I don't know what it is about The Oregon Trail game that my hyper-nostalgic generation can't get enough of, but who am I to resist? In fact, I really like the amount of effort put into this "official trailer" for Oregon Trail: The Movie.
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Animations, not having to adhere to the laws of physics or other things of this world, should never be caught with subpar transportation. In many cases they have stellar rides (see: The Batmobile) but other times, well ... The Invisible Plane, really?
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Sometimes you just have to love the villain. Admit it! You want to go with the Good Guy, but there's something awfully appealing about that other one ... "Who can forget James Spader stealing Pretty in Pink with his icy gaze and incongruous linen suits? Wasn't Ralph Macchio kind of a little punk compared to Billy Zabka?" An in-depth study on the 8 hottest teen movie villains of the 80s says yes.
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The best thing about this "how many hipsters can fit into this car?" video is probably the aptness of the references (particularly the Murakami quote, as much as I love him)!
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From the Annals of Fantastic Photos: a collection of pictures where science, art and photography intersect.
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I had to include this link to report that the internet is not always used for bad: one man asked Reddit for help in photoshopping a picture of his mother, who had just passed away from cancer (he wanted to remove the oxygen tank from the photo). The result is both sweet and spectacular.
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Finally, are you are Saturdays feeling a little empty? There are less than 30 days until college football gears up - get yourself in the mood by watching these top college gridiron moments from the past decade. (Thanks to my friend Ryan for this!)
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