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7 Thanksgiving horror stories that will make you feel better about the holidays

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Sure, reflecting on what you're grateful for on Thanksgiving is fun and all, but the holiday can also be immensely stressful. 

There's so much that can go wrong during America's gluttonous celebration — preparing a massive meal for multiple people is pretty much just asking for disaster. 

SEE ALSO: 7 videos of people setting their Thanksgiving turkeys on fire

From dog poop mishaps to deeply offensive family members, here are seven of the worst Thanksgiving horror stories, either shared with us or found around the internet. 

1. The time the family dog ruined dinner

Redditor u/baserith's grandmother made the mistake of treating the family dog to a piece of turkey, and was later subjected to absolute horror. Read more...

More about Reddit, Thanksgiving, Culture, and Web Culture

Camp Fire is deadliest in California history, and numbers may grow

Monday Nov 12th 2018

After transforming the once tranquil town of Paradise, California into charred automobiles and tales of horror, the Camp Fire takes its infamous spot as the deadliest wildfire in California history. 

At a multi-agency press conference Monday night, the Butte Country Sheriff's Office announced that 42 have been confirmed dead. This grim statistic surpasses the 29 Los Angelenos killed by the Griffith Park Fire in 1933. While it's unclear just how many individuals are still missing, officials said they've located 231 previously missing persons, who are now safe, and have received 1514 requests to check on or locate people. But, that large number may include multiple requests for the same person. Read more...

More about Science, Global Warming, Climate Change, California Wildfires, and Science

This short film will inspire you to keep fighting for America's soul

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Crisis can bring people together in unprecedented ways. That's the theme of Rising, a new short film directed by Game of Thrones' David Nutter and written by Lena Waithe, creator of The Chi

The film, which is the latest installment of the popular Ad Council "Love Has No Labels" PSA campaign, imagines how a massive storm and flood affects a group of neighbors who at first glance have little in common. 

A white man stares menacingly at his neighbor, an American teen from an Indian Muslim family. Two women, who are a couple, run down the block and take note of the scene. Other residents, who are people of color, watch the white neighbor's intimidation with disapproval. Then disaster strikes and everyone becomes essential to the block's collective survival. The film was created pro bono by the ad agency R/GA and is designed to make viewers remember how vital people are to each other — even when political and cultural polarization threatens to tear America apart.  Read more...

More about Politics, Psa, Natural Disasters, Ad Council, and Social Good

This visual history of video game hardware quite literally pulls your favorite consoles apart

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Are you the type of person who just wants to rip the cover off your dear, sweet 2001 Xbox and see how it all ticks? Ever wanted to smash open a Game Boy? Lift the lid on an Atari 2600?

Shot by photographer and lifelong gamer Evan Amos, The Game Console: A Photographic History from Atari to Xbox does exactly that, as a visual history of video game hardware released by San Francisco-based publishing company No Starch Press. 

SEE ALSO: Can you remember all 18 games that launched with the NES in 1985?

Photographed in intense, loving detail, the book quite literally unpacks 86 consoles and examines their innards, from the Magnavox Odyssey to the Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System, and the Commodore 64, all the way to the Game Boy, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U. Read more...

More about Nintendo, Xbox, Video Games, Playstation, and Atari

'The Cleaners' shows the terrors human content moderators face at work

Monday Nov 12th 2018

"Out of sight, out of mind" doesn't work when cleaning out the darkest corners of social media platforms. 

That's what the documentary The Cleaners, which airs Monday night on PBS, reveals about content moderators in the Philippines who are relentlessly bombarded with violent, graphic, and disturbing images and videos. Ahead of the TV release at a San Francisco screening, the filmmakers Hans Block and Moritz Riesewieck praised the subjects in the documentary for being "brave enough to talk to us."

Manila has become a de facto headquarters for content moderation for some of the biggest social media and content services like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Google, Twitter, and others. But outsourcing the harmful work doesn't eliminate the problem. Read more...

More about Documentary, Content Moderation, Social Media Companies, Tech, and Health

The 'u want this?' bunny is here for all your meme requests

Monday Nov 12th 2018

ASCII bunnies are evergreen. 

Best known for holding signs with hot takes, the bunny has taken on a more wholesome character of late with this new meme.

SEE ALSO: ASCII bunnies are back for all your hot takes

The "u want this?" bunny took over Twitter in early November. Like a saucy Janet from The Good Place, the bunny can fulfill all of your requests, but only if you meet its conditions. 

( • . •)
/ >♥️ u want this?

( • - •)
♥️< \ say ravioli ravioli gimme ur heartioli

— Jerry (@Jerrypleasure) November 4, 2018

The meme started with the bunny offering its heart, but only if you promised to give it something in return. In this case, you'd have to give it your full astrological chart to check for compatibility.  Read more...

More about Twitter, Memes, Culture, and Web Culture

Jimmy Kimmel shares childhood drawing of late Stan Lee alongside dozens of stunning fan portraits

Monday Nov 12th 2018

The death of Stan Lee, age 95, has been felt by many, but the loss has been particularly profound for the many fans-turned-artists who were inspired by Lee's legendary career.

In the wake of Lee's passing, as notes of honor and remembrance have flooded social media, stunning portraits of the renowned comic-book writer have stood out. Many of the tributes are accompanied by short anecdotes noting the impact Lee has had on the lives of so many, particularly in the worlds of illustration and animation.

SEE ALSO: Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee is dead at 95

One post from late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, a rendering of Lee he created when he was just seven years old, perfectly captures the awe so many have felt because of Lee throughout their lives. Read more...

More about Entertainment, Marvel, Jimmy Kimmel, Marvel Comics, and Entertainment

What your favorite home assistant command really says about you

Monday Nov 12th 2018

No matter what kind of home assistant or smart speaker you’re on a first name basis with, chances are you’ve reached co-dependent status with it — because no one wants to physically do things when you can yell at a piece of plastic to do it instead. Playing actual board games? It’s not 1984. Jotting down things for your to-do list? Uh, pens are practically an endangered species. Knowing things? Please, there’s the internet for that. 

Our go-to commands get us through the day, but when you really think about it, your favorite requests actually reveal a lot about your character. Here, we take a closer look at what your choice commands could be saying about you.  Read more...

More about Gift Ideas, Entertainment, and Web Culture

Leftovers season is here, so it's time to upgrade your food container situation

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Leftover season is upon us, which means that now is the time to invest in some solid Tupperware. 

You may be thinking that the mix-matched menagerie of lids and plastic containers you have tucked away in your kitchen will do the trick, but I regret to inform you that it will not. 

Come the end of your Thanksgiving meal, as you try to fit your leftovers into whatever food storage containers you have, you'll wish you'd invested in some sturdy containers worthy of storing the meal you spent hours—days, even!—creating.

SEE ALSO: Let Alexa manage your fridge with this smart invention — Future Blink Read more...

More about Culture, Food Preparation, Food And Drink, You Won T Regret It, and Culture

Lyft's rewards program will offer perks for choosing Lyft over Uber

Monday Nov 12th 2018

When you're hailing a ride, you probably flip between the Uber and Lyft apps to see which one will give you the best deal. But what if one of them offered you rewards in exchange for your loyalty?

Lyft is banking on that idea with its forthcoming rewards program. 

The company will soon let users earn points for all the money they spend in the app on Lyft rides. Once a user has earned enough points, they can redeem them for Lyft Rewards, such as a ride in a more luxurious car or discounts on future rides. Points will be tracked in the app as part of a user's profile.

SEE ALSO: Uber launches program to reward high-performing drivers Read more...

More about Uber, Lyft, Ride Hailing Apps, Rewards Programs, and Tech

Someone at Hasbro apparently thought Monopoly for Millennials was a great idea

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Someone really though a millennial version of Monopoly might be a fun idea.

The very bitter people behind the board game known for tearing apart friend groups and getting children written out of wills released an especially cursed version of the game titled Monopoly For Millennials. 

In this version of the game, players don't buy up properties — because what IRL millennial can afford to buy houses when they're too busy spending their money on avocado toast, right? Instead the game employs tired stereotypes of younger generations, as players buy "experiences" like going to the Vegan Bistro or crashing on their Friend's Couch. Skip the Boardwalk in favor of a Week-Long Meditation Retreat!  Read more...

More about Games, Culture, Millennials, Culture, and Web Culture

We regret to inform you Trumpy Bear is a *real* thing you can spend money on

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Looking for something to tightly squeeze while you fear for the future of American politics? Trumpy Bear is here to help... or at least help give you nightmares. The purpose of this terrifying little creature is unclear, but the product is very real.

For those who haven't yet seen the commercial for Trumpy Bear, a Trump-themed teddy bear with an American flag blanket hidden in its back, let us fix that.

The ad resembles an amateur splicing of deleted scenes from the Twilight films, a classic, embarrassing infomercial, a class project, and an extremely low-budget campaign commercial. And there's a very good chance after watching it you'll think it's fake. But it's unfortunately not. Read more...

More about Politics, Donald Trump, Web Culture, Trumpy Bear, and Culture

Powerful Stan Lee column from 1968 about racism resurfaces on Twitter

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Following the death of Marvel comics' Stan Lee, people have begun recirculating a 1968 column Lee wrote denouncing racism (something a disturbing number of politicians refuse to do to this day).

As part of his storied comics career, Lee spent almost four decades writing regular installments of  "Stan's Soapbox" on the backs of comics, in which he frequently fought for his heroes' values of tolerance and equality. 

SEE ALSO: Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. remember Stan Lee with heartfelt posts

"Bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today...It’s totally irrational, patently insane to condemn an entire race — to despise an entire nation — to vilify an entire religion," Lee wrote. "...Sooner or later, if man is ever to be worthy of his destiny, we must fill out hearts with tolerance." Read more...

More about Entertainment, Celebrities, Comics, Marvel, and Racism

Beto O'Rourke and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have mastered Instagram Stories

Monday Nov 12th 2018

In a world increasingly obsessed with social media, today's politicians have found a secret weapon: Instagram stories.

By documenting their daily activities using Instagram's Stories and Live features, rising political stars like Beto O'Rourke and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have given supporters a rare glimpse at some of the most humanizing moments in their lives.

For many, the stripped down, extremely casual content — think cooking dinner at home or doing DIY projects with family — serves as a refreshing change from polished speeches and the formality of campaign trails. And so far political Instagram seems to be a big hit. Read more...

More about Politics, Social Media, Web Culture, Instagram Stories, and Beto O Rourke

Emily Blunt on what it's really like to play Mary Poppins

Monday Nov 12th 2018


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Alex Trebek doesn't think Donald Trump would fare well on an episode of 'Jeopardy!'

Monday Nov 12th 2018

In a newly published interview with Jeopardy!'s Alex Trebek, Vulture's David Marchese asked the game show's long-time host how he thinks President Donald Trump would fare on the show. Naturally, Trebek wasn't afraid to give his honest opinion.

SEE ALSO: Donald Trump’s election was a 'traumatic experience' for many college students

"He might not agree that any of the correct responses are correct," said Trebek, taking aim at the president's frequent dismissal of facts

In the hours since the interview hit the internet on Monday morning, people have been zeroing in on Trebek's dig, among a handful of other notable lines from the piece. Read more...

More about Entertainment, Politics, Television, Culture, and Donald Trump

Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. remember Stan Lee with heartfelt posts

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Following the death of comics legend Stan Lee on Monday, Avengers actors have begun to share memories of Lee on social media. 

Among them are original Avengers Robert Downey, Jr. and Chris Evans – with more continuing to roll in.

SEE ALSO: Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee is dead at 95

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I owe it all to you,,, Rest In Peace Stan... #MCU #Excelsior #legend #rip #stanlee #TeamStark ( 📸 @jimmy_rich )

A post shared by Robert Downey Jr. (@robertdowneyjr) on Nov 12, 2018 at 11:26am PST

There will never be another Stan Lee. For decades he provided both young and old with adventure, escape, comfort, confidence, inspiration, strength, friendship and joy. He exuded love and kindness and will leave an indelible mark on so, so, so many lives. Excelsior!!

— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) November 12, 2018

More about Entertainment, Celebrities, Marvel, Avengers, and Chris Evans

Watch Michelle Obama's eyebrows as she reveals that Melania Trump ignored her offer for advice

Monday Nov 12th 2018

The complicated relationship between former First Lady Michelle Obama and current First Lady Melania Trump got another wrinkle on Monday.

Michelle Obama, during an interview with ABC to promote her upcoming memoir Becoming, talked about how Laura Bush had reached out to her before she became First Lady in 2008. Michelle extended the same offer to Melania after Donald Trump was elected, but when asked by Robin Roberts if Melania had accepted, Michelle replied only, "No, no she hasn't."

.@MichelleObama tells @RobinRoberts @FLOTUS Melania Trump has never reached out for advice#MichelleObama #Michelle

— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 12, 2018

More about Michelle Obama, First Lady, Melania Trump, Culture, and Politics

Get These New iPhone Features Right Now

Monday Nov 12th 2018

Cloudflare just dropped a free privacy app for mobile browsing

Monday Nov 12th 2018

It's never just between you and your phone. 

What you Google in the wee hours of the morning isn't for your eyes only. Instead, your search queries and history are logged and tracked by a host of companies who likely don't have your best interests at heart. The web services giant Cloudflare has released a free app for iOS and Android that helps you cut out at least a few of those unwanted prying eyes. 

The app,, is an extension and simplification of a service Cloudflare began offering in April of 2018: a free, fast, and private DNS resolver. 

SEE ALSO: The only app that matters this year is Signal Read more...

More about Apps, Cloudflare, Dns Servers, Tech, and Cybersecurity
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