Before Deciding to Have Kids, Ask Yourself This: Are These Images Adorable or Horrifying?
I've currently whittled down the number of shows I previously quit that I need catch up on this summer to "Vampire Diaries," "Once Upon a Time," and "Fringe," which I quit a few episodes into this season. Sam Adams provides persuasive evidence that it's the train(wreck) I should jump back on. (IndieWire)
This smart ad posits that the Buttered-Cat paradox could provide the world a free and infinite source of energy. (Adfreak)
You see: This is the difference between people with kids and without. People with kids think most of these photos are adorable. People without kids think it's validation for their choice not to have them. (The Chive)
I lived there for 8 years, and I can attest to the fact that Massachusetts IS the best state in the Union. (Slate)
You guys remember "Mad Men's" Jessica Pare from Hot Tub Time Machine, right? Well, maybe you'll recognize her breasts, which she thinks "can be funny." (Daily Mail)
Some of you will appreciate this: The 10 Best Moments from "South Park." (Unreality)
Damnit, Celebitchy: JLoHo is such a pretty woman, why you gotta find the worst picture of her to feature as the header image? She looks like she's trying to whistle after sucking on a lemon. (Celebitchy)
Is this season of "Mad Men" based on the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's album. Here's a compelling case for it. (Yi News)
Marvel is going to keep spinning them out until the box-office runs out of money. They now have a mystery film set for release, though that mystery can be narrowed down to a few possibilities, none of which -- unfortunately -- include the NC-17 rated Black Widow and Hawkeye Hate Fuck in a Windowless Van. (Slashfilm)
Here's your first look at Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs in that biopic. I think the patchy beard should be a more popular fashion choice. (FSR)
Did you guys watch the Teen Tournament on "Jeopardy" last week? Then you already know this: The winner, Elyse, is a BALLER. Nerdy chicks with chutzpah, y'all. They fuel the Internet. (Danger Guerrero)
How much did you say that Men in Black 3 costs? Literally more than the GDP of 150 countries. (FilmDrunk)
Our old pal Dave Chen is Mr. Hotshot New Employee at at Microsoft these days, moving him from Boston to Seattle. He's already got lessons for us, namely: Why we shouldn't count out Microsoft in its two-front war against Google and Apple, what he's learned so far as an employee, and what he's learned so far about Seattle. It's not too often that people that deserve success find it, so shout outs all around to the host of the Slashfilm Podcast and the "Game of Thrones" podcast with Joanna. (Dave Chen)
You know, I don't even care if this Supercut is making fun, I'll take a few minutes of Coach Taylor anyway I can get him.