The second season of Rick and Morty was fantastic. If you’re not watching, you need to. Anyway, one of the highlights of the season was the earth-saving musical number called “Get Schwifty” from the episode also titled “Get Schwifty.”
Apparently, with all of the snapchatting and whatsapping, some people just don’t have 6ish hours to watch classic movies. That’s what’s so great about the Indiana Jones recap above, and the Back To The Future recap below.
This post features an excellent 22 minute documentary explaining the entire story of Super Mario Bros 2, and how we Americans got a different version than Japanese Mario fans.
The Mets’ faithful fan-base is now anxiously awaiting the start of Friday night’s NLDS against the Dodgers in Los Angeles. God, the Mets are in the playoffs. What could be better? I’ll tell you what. The Mets being in the playoffs, and you watching the game with a murderer’s row of Twitter accounts.
Michelle Ciotta’s new vlog series seems to have the same objective as DAPS, to feed you interesting stuff while helping you procrastinate. The series, called “Procrastinate With Me,” has Ciotta (also known as MichelleInSpace) run through a widely ranging series of topics. This first installment discusses everything from the discovery of water on Mars to Macklemore’s new music video.
Former ROH World Champion Roderick Strong stops by to talk, training at 12 years old with WWE Legend Jim Neidhart, growing up with an Elvis impersonator father and much more.
If you’re a fan of the 1997 cult classic, The Fifth Element, you know that one of the most impressive, uh, elements is the incredibly difficult Opera performed by alien Diva Plavalaguna in the film.
Some of you might already know that you can now order a Domino’s pizza by simply texting or tweeting the pie-factory a pizza emoji. But then you have to turn on your phone, open an app, switch to the emoji keyboard, find the pizza emoji, click it, and click send. Who needs that kind of Hassle??
Gun to your head, you have to decide between the warm comforting embrace of sleep and and the cheesy glory that is pizza.
Creative agency Teehan-Lax was able to use the Google Street View imagery as the source material for a very cool hyperlapse video of iconic locations across the US, and possibly the world. I don’t know, I haven’t been everywhere.