All those robes seem mighty grand, until a gentle breeze starts a-blowin'. We wouldn't be surprised if it was the wind that led to Pope Benedict XVI's abdication. Robes flying everywhere. Hats soaring off. It's not easy being pope.
Remember when Valentine's Day was awesome? You spent all day gluing construction paper to a shoe box, for the sole purpose of having people stuff it with cheap candy and cards from the pharmacy. Now it's just Someecards on Facebook and the orange creams are all that's left in the Whitman's sampler in the office kitchen.
Here are some of those cards you maybe used to get in your shoebox, if the teacher was too depressed to make you make your own Valentines. Happy Valentine's Day.
It's everybody's favorite hero hitchhiker Kai, the hatchet-wielding head smasher! Only this time instead of smashing skulls, he's playing a guitar, which is significantly less terrifying, but equally entertaining, it turns out.
There's something special about Florida. Not the Keys or the Everglades. Really it's the propensity for weird news that gets us. Strange things are always happening down there. If you're familiar with the bizarre state, @_FloridaMan on Twitter will delight you.
Congratulations are in order for Ellen DeGeneres after last night's Grammys. She didn't win an award, but she did do something possibly better -- say what we were all thinking about Katy Perry's boobs. With her face. On camera. Take a look.
Today would have been Bob Marley's 68th birthday. The legendary musician and activist still has quite a following, despite passing away almost 22 years ago. One of the big differences between then and now is that now most people feel the best way to express their appreciation is to smoke a bunch of weed and then write about it on Twitter
Camille and Kennerly Kitt are back, and this time they've gone dark. We've seen these identical twin harpists do the theme to 'Game of Thrones.' We've seen them do Zelda. We've even seen them cover Rihanna. Now they're focusing their attention on the Rolling Stones in this version of 'Paint It Black.'
Will Ferrell filmed an ad for Old Milwaukee that aired during the Super Bowl last night. But you probably didn't see it. The ad only played in three places -- Sherman, Texas, Ardmore, Oklahoma, and Glendive, Montana.
GoPro saved money to pay for their Super Bowl airtime by using one of their own cameras to film their commercial. Well, that's the theory we have anyway. We don't know that for certain. It doesn't really matter, anyway. The only thing that matters is look at the chubby cheeks on this baby! Now we want to buy a camera so we can affix it to other people's heads. Good work, GoPro -- your commercial was a success.
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