Good morning, it's Christmas Eve, 2014,
and the creepily-cute sun baby from Teletubbies revealed herself after 19-years of silence,
Santa Claus was somehow shanghaied into selling assault rifles,
Internet-fame-hungry murderer Luka Magnotta has been “dealt the harshest possible verdict” for killing and eating a Chinese national,
Santa Fe’s Jean Cocteau Theater WILL being showing The Interview on Christmas Day,
but Pornhub knows that some of us will be doing our Christmas "viewing" at home. With all the lights off and the door locked.
Missing 14 year old Dylan Redwine's parents will be (arguing) on Dr. Phil today and tomorrow.
BP is going to the mat defending itself in court.
Is a T.V. commercial a "game" if you have to yell at it to make it stop?
Here's the world's largest lunchbox collection and it is for sale!
There will only be one Netflix-produced season of Arrested Development.
You gotta fight. For your right. To be stupid (according to John Kerry.)
A hot air balloon exploded in Egypt.
Expanded weekend police presence in downtown Albuquerque.
Sony pictures' post-production studio in Albuquerque is closing.
check out this new search engine, Duck Duck Go.
When they meet next week, Israel's Prime Minister will ask Obama to support an attack on Iran.
Picture gallery of stupid QR codes and stupid QR code placement.
The FCC wants to know if you think it's ok for cities and other public and private bodies to suspend wireless service when those institutions deem fit.
You are not going to believe how this circumcision went fatally wrong.
Listen to Rush Limbaugh's wacked out rant about a law student's sex life.
"A Ride of Death." 1940's Police Safety Council bicycle safety pamphlet with illustrations. "Result: cracked skull... and death."
BP settled with a large number of plaintiffs in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill case.
Step one, shave baby sloth. Step two, grease up baby sloth with lard. Step three, clothe baby sloth in a onesy.
On this day in 1837, the City of Chicago was invented.
The White House plans to release at least one Osama bin Laden death photo.
Bin Laden’s kind of like that Saw killer; one more video made shortly before his death is expected to surface.
WikiLeaks reveals a rumor in which Al Qaeda has hidden a nuclear bomb in Europe to detonate in the event of bin Laden’s capture.
Scott Pelley takes Katie Couric’s old seat as the anchor of “CBS Evening News.”
The hackers of Sony’s PlayStation Network have hit a second online service, exposing 25 million more accounts.
This pissed off customer gets even with Sears by attacking police with a weed whacker.
An airplane passenger is arrested after placing his hand up a flight attendant’s skirt.
Paris Hilton’s Hollywood Hills home is available to rent for a cool $20,000 a month.
Two dogs survive a 175-foot slide off of a cliff.
This middle school teacher shaves for the first time since 9/11, vowing to grow a beard until bin Laden was caught.
The Post Office’s Statue of Libery stamp turns out to be a picture of the fake Las Vegas one at New York-New York Hotel and Casino.
Video games' biggest trade show, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), was this week, and the vast majority of game news was centered around the announcement of upcoming titles or tech. It looks like there are some gems amid the rough, and it'll be interesting to see how things pan out in the impending hardware throwdown this Fall.
The upcoming Xbox Kinect will have a raft of (mainly family) games available for its Nov 4 release date, including Kinectimals, Kinect Joy Ride, Your Shape Kinect, Forza Kinect, and Star Wars Kinect. Here's to hoping the Star Wars game looks significantly less silly upon release. Oy.
A slimmer and higher storage capacity model Xbox was also revealed. It takes over the top price point, and pushes down the price of each of the other two models by $50. The Xbox Arcade model now costs less than either the Nintendo Wii or DS.
Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski shows off Gears of War 3.
Killzone 3 gameplay demo.
Media Molecule's Alex Evans gave a demo teasing the huge variety of game types we can expect from Little Big Planet 2.
Original Twisted Metal developer David Jaffe is back for the PS3 version.
Sony says it will have at least twenty 3D games available for PS3 by the end of 2010, including both Crysis 2 and Killzone 3.
Kiddy though it may be, my game of the show is Kirby's Epic Yarn.
Warren Spector and Adam Creighton of Junction Point give a live demo for Epic Mickey during the Nintendo keynote.
GoldenEye: 007 returns in a remake. Looks like it's a tiny bit too late.
Isaac Clarke returns to dismember more Necromorphs in Dead Space 2.
Kayne and Lynch 2 looks like it's going to hit the heist gone wrong nail right on the head.
Bulletstorm, the new shooter from People Can Fly (Painkiller) and Epic Games (Gears of War), takes things a bit ridiculously over the top. This is a good thing.