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Posted 3 months 6 days ago and tagged as Captain Obvious Strikes Again

National newspaper searches Google for AdWords shenanigans. Finds dog biting man.

Posted 4 months 3 weeks ago and tagged as My Christmas List

Looking to upgrade your Mickey Mouse pancakes? You don't need an art or cooking degree. You do need a computer, SD card and this batter printer. Imagination sold separately.

Posted 4 months 4 weeks ago and tagged as My Christmas List

Looking for a more deconstructed and ironic mug for your morning joe? Say goodbye to those flat-bottom cups from Starbucks and say hello to nature's original coffee cup.

Posted 10 months 2 weeks ago and tagged as Fail

I present to you my anti-resume, a list not of career successes but of failure.

Posted 1 year 1 month ago and tagged as Not News, In the News

If you see something, say something, especially when a guy wearing open-toed sandals challenges you to a rap battle.

Posted 1 year 2 months ago and tagged as In the News, Florida

Hey kids, looking for a good paying gig and a way to pad that resume for college? This Florida teen found that you can be whatever social media says you are.

Posted 1 year 9 months ago and tagged as Scary, Do Not Try This at Home

What happens when your daughter asks for a puppy and you buy her chickens instead? She gets upset, you eat fresh eggs everyday and the government warns you playing with your new pet can be deadly.

Posted 1 year 9 months ago and tagged as Reviewing the Reviewers

What's the difference between a squirt gun and a regular gun? Apparently nothing to this reviewer. 

Posted 1 year 11 months ago and tagged as Reviewing the Reviewers

1980s-era digital technology, smooth plastic strap, and top-notch performance under extremist conditions. The only thing this watch doesn't do is get you to Guantanamo Bay for a long vacation. Oh yeah, it does that.

Posted 1 year 11 months ago and tagged as Election Politics, Polls, Search, UK

A Google research team used search trends to forecast the U.K. general election results. They were wrong.

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