Holy Taco inspires us to look at some the most interesting and delicious beers from around the world.
This weeks DVD Picks include a high school teaching meth dealer, a pepper spray resistant donut, and a bending robot.
A huge amount of great DVDs are coming out this week, including Choke, Religulous, Changling, Feast III, and Body of Lies.
This guy points out the subtly of racism these days, in a humorous way.
If you haven’t gotten anything for your significant other for Valentine’s Day, but you’re good with a soldiering iron, we’ve got the perfect gift idea for you.
Joss Whedon’s latest, Dollhouse, starring Eliza Dushku premiers Friday February 13th at 9:00.
In honor of Charles Darwin’s 200th Birthday, we take a look at the Darwin Awards.
Some of the funniest quotes from Fundamentalist Christians from around the web.
Bruce Campbell, Marty McFly, and Barack Obama are kicking ass and taking names in this week’s DVD Pick of the Week!
Tom Servo, Crow T. Robot and Mike Nelson make fun of Zach and Miri’s Porno in this weeks DVD Pick of the Week.
Lenovo recently released a new viral video centered around every geeks fantasy about what might happen during a late night work session with a sexy colleague.
Check out Guy Ritchie’s RocknRolla, Fire Proof, Pride and Glory, and the final season of Cheers in this week’s DVD Pick of the Week.
We’ve always thought that all the alcohol in food boils away while it cooks, but it looks like we were wrong.
Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger, Max Payne, Saw V and Barack Obama fight it out in this week’s DVD Pick of the Week!
Barack Obama won’t be able to have his favorite “InaugurAle” at his inauguration party on Tuesday.
Check out Sierra Nevada’s Pale Ale, which is the subject of this edition of Drink Better Beer.
We’ve got Horror Movies, Straight to DVD Comedies, Jackie Chan, and Kevin Costner, who knows what the DVD Pick of the Week will be.
Otter Creek Brewing’s Stovpipe Porter is the subject of this edition of Drink Better Beer.
Microsoft is releasing the first public beta of Windows 7 at noon pacific time on January 9th on the Windows 7 page, but before you jump right in be sure to back up those MP3s. Apparently, the first beta of Windows 7 will delete the first 3 seconds of any MP3 file it finds.
This year someone hacked MacRumor’s live feed. Below is transcript of that feed, not including the Goatse picture, it started around 15 minutes in with the message “STEVE JOBS IS DEAD!”
The first week of 2009 is looking much more promising than the last week of 2008. We’ve got Naked Billie Piper, Frisky Dingo Season 2, Pineapple Express, and more.
Find out when your favorite midseason shows are premiering, and when the new crop of midseason replacements make their debut.
In the midst of a lackluster week for DVDs filled with Surfer Dudes, and Bob Saget, Scott Sigler saves the day with his new novel Contagious.
Check out some Naughty School Girls, Eagle Eye, and Baghead in this week’s DVD Pick of the Week.
What I’m trying to do with this series of articles is to introduce people to different beers, and to get them to branch out from the typical American light beers that are so prevalent.
Samuel Smith’s Winter Welcome Ale is the subject of this edition of Drink Better Beer
The guys over at Winter is Coming, have an exclusive review of the script for the pilot episode of A Game of Thrones. A Game of Thrones is the first book in George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series.
Leinenkugel’s Fireside Nut Brown and it’s smokey flavor is the subject of this edition of Drink Better Beer.
The Mummy, Burn After Reading, Dr. Horrible, Death Race and two Girls Gone Wild Flicks compete in this weeks edition of Gunaxin.com’s DVD Pick of the Week.
Telltale Games is releasing BTTF : The Game for the 30th Anniversary.
A hero falls and the universe mourns.
At least a tattoo of Megaman is less embarassing than your ex-girlfriends name.
Technological wonders are waiting for us in the future.