Because I’m as mad as hell and I’m not gonna take this anymore!, this is a video of NBC-affiliate KTVE meteorologist Jarod Floyd going off on the viewers that have emailed or called to complain that the severe weather warnings they’re issuing in the Louisiana viewing area have cut into
This is what will now be known as the Spectrum Of Kindness, a barcode style chart created by data lover Owen Llewellyn Henry Jean Phillips to celebrate Mister Rogers’ birthday by presenting the color of every cardigan he wore on Mister Rogers’ neighborhood in chronological order from 1969 – 2001
This is Khraniteli, a 1991 television adaptation of Lord Of The Rings broadcast on the Leningrad Television network in Russia 30 years ago. It’s really something, and I think it’s pretty obvious Peter Jackson never bothered watching this version while researching his own adaptation, or otherwise he never would have
This is a video of very talented impressionist and three first-namer Mary Elizabeth Kelly performing all the straight-to-camera faces the different characters on the The Office perform at the fictional documentary crew. She’s good. So good it’s almost like her face was deepfaked onto the actors’ actual performances (previously: every
Because the internet machine never stops turning, this is a video from Youtuber isthishowyougoviral (aka Mylothecat, aka Adam Schleichkorn) of the Legion Of Doom supervillains rapping Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Uzi (Pinky Ring)’. As far as jams go, it’s a tasty one. Starring in order of appearance Sinestro as U-God, The Riddler
Because there’s a market for baby Yoda everything, these are the 3-D printed vomiting Grogu toothpaste toppers created and sold by Etsy shop SnowBloom3D ($16 for a single, $24 for a 2-pack). The puking Grogus come with four different adapters to fit all major toothpaste brands, but no guarantee if
This is a real stapler in soap created by Etsy seller PalmStoneCreations to look like Dwight’s stapler in Jello from The Office. The soap costs $22, measures approximately 5-inches round 3-inches tall, weighs 1 pound 9-ounces and does not include the plate. Per one very satisfied customer: This. Was. PERFECT!!
Aluminum cans: they can be recycled indefinitely because they never deteriorate during their lifespan or the recycling process. And this is a video from How It’s Made detailing how they’re made. The process may surprise you, particularly if you thought the process involved magic because a wizard selling canned love