Monthly Archives: June 2014

The US and EU have a case of beer riding on Tuesday’s US-Belgium World Cup match

Lego Bus Stop

Just next to Hamleys toy store in Regent Street London.

A bus stop all made of lego.

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World Cup 2014: Japan Fans Lead by Example

World Cup 2014 – Balotelli’s Goal – Italy vs England

China Use More Cement In Three Years than the US in its History

In a tweet Bill Gates quotes Professor Vaclav Smil who claims that China has used more cement in the past three years than the US in the last 100 years.

 

The Onion’s ClickHole Opens Its Traffic-Baiting Maw

TechCrunch

If you want to gorge yourself listicles and surveys and headlines that promise things “you won’t believe” (let’s stop being so damn incredulous shall we?), there’s a new hot dog stand in town. The Onion has launched ClickHole, its BuzzFeed-style satire of online media publications that trade in so-called clickbait, and the initial results are very promising.

The lead article at the time of this writing is “16 Pictures Of Beyoncé Where She’s Not Sinking In Quicksand,” and it only gets better from there. “8 Touching Pics of Celebrities And Their Dads” is another choice selection, and the quizzes are divinely moronic. Then the sadness hits you when you’re reading and you realize that there’s a huge portion of the population that will find these and not even realize there’s anything funny going on.

ClickHole’s main challenge will be to keep the site interesting on an ongoing basis. The…

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Primo Tweet Della CIA

CIA first tweet