The Outline

Drew Millard

Drew Millard
Power Nov 18

Climate change means we’re going to see more drunk animals

That seems... bad?

The Future Nov 18

The mysterious Oumuamua is farting its way through our solar system

Dude it’s definitely aliens.

The Future Nov 17

Is Amazon violating Europe’s anti-trust laws? Probably!

The internet’s biggest retailer is under investigation.

Culture Nov 17

Jonathan Franzen is fine

Yes, America’s most famous writer made a bad list of rules for novelists. Who cares?

Culture Nov 04

Post Malone is not worth defending

After a negative review of the rapper’s Posty Fest went viral, Post Malone and his dad teamed up to launch a harassment campaign against a journalist.

Culture Nov 04

Did you even realize daylight saving time ended last night?

I, for one, did not.

The Future Nov 03

Don’t let a robot stalk your babysitter

The AI social media-screening service Predictim has a very simple job that it appears to be very bad at.

Power Nov 03

The worst politician in North Carolina is proud of his gift to Gab

State Senator Dan Bishop authored North Carolina’s notorious anti-trans HB2 “bathroom bill,” tried to rewrite the law so that teachers could arrest their own students, and just so happens to have a $500 stake in the social network that loves racists.

Culture Oct 28

Satan takes the blame for everything

A brief history of Satan and His non-followers.

By Drew Millard

The Future Oct 28

An AI-generated portrait sold for half a million dollars and now I’m terrified of the future

Meet Edmond de Belamy, your new worst nightmare.

Culture Oct 27

Nostalgia for Surge soda is the latest sign of our descent into decadence and decay

We’re riding a green, caffeinated wave into late-Roman Empire territory.

The Future Oct 27

Netflix’s libertarian-fascist corporate culture is a hell no one deserves

The streaming giant weaponizes radical honesty to keep employees performing at the top of their game.

The Future Oct 21

The earth’s magnetic shield is my new favorite noise musician

Listen as it reacts to radiation from a solar storm.

Power Oct 21

StarKist pleads guilty to charging too much for tuna

And also colluding with other canned seafood companies to keep tuna prices high.

Power Oct 20

The nation’s student loan debt crisis, mapped

We’re $1.5 trillion dollars in student loan debt, and the only way to get out of it is to take a high-paying job.

Power Oct 20

Facing mounting criticism from the right, Facebook has quietly ramped up donations to Republican politicians

Newly released FEC data shows that last month, Facebook donated to twice as many Republican campaigns as Democratic ones.

Culture Oct 14

Behold, the national emojis of Finland

The Northern European country would like you to know that it’s the land of snow, socks in sandals, and getting drunk in your underwear.

The Future Oct 14

The super-soldiers of the future might be mentally defective

Movement-enhancing exoskeletons cause soldiers’ bodies to move in ways their brains can’t handle.

The Future Oct 13

Go outside. Now.

You are spending too much time watching Netflix.

Culture Oct 13

Weezer rewrote Jay Z’s “Can’t Knock the Hustle” to be about the sharing economy

You literally cannot make this shit up.

Power Oct 07

Millions of workers are still feeling the effects of the Great Recession

(And other signs America’s economic recovery is a sham.)

The Future Oct 07

Why can’t I buy the fake Mars dirt?

The University of Central Florida has created dirt that’s exactly like the dirt found on Mars. It costs $20 per kilogram.

Culture Oct 06

It’s scarily easy to convince people to eat bugs

You just have to tell them it’s trendy.

Power Oct 06

Rideshare pyramid scheme to go public

Yayyo will be the first publicly traded company whose stock symbol is slang for cocaine. On a not completely unrelated note, they once paid Master P to make a song about them.

Culture Oct 01

Kanye won’t go away, but Lil Wayne is thankfully back

Lil Wayne’s comeback album ‘Tha Carter V’ and Kanye’s non-release of ‘Yandhi’ are a reminder of the good and bad of celebrity eccentricity.

The Future Sep 30

Live from the garbage: @trashcanlife is the best worst Twitter feed

Is this performance art? I’m pretty sure this is performance art.

The Future Sep 30

iOS 12 is bad at charging your phone

And also bad at keeping your kid from playing too much Angry Birds.

Power Sep 29

Cuts to Medicare and Medicaid cause rural hospitals to close

So why can’t the government just cut out the middleman and run rural hospitals itself?

The Future Sep 29

Exclusive: Read 147 pages of complaints about Elon Musk from Tesla investors

‘The Outline’ has obtained dozens of consumer complaints sent to the Securities and Exchange Commission related to Elon Musk tweets that got him charged with securities fraud.

The Future Sep 23

Your smart TV might be mining Monero behind your back

And the NSA is to blame.

Power Sep 23

Read the FBI’s review of ‘The Anarchist Cookbook’

Spoiler Alert: They didn’t like it.

Power Sep 22

Ted Cruz does not live on Planet Earth

By attempting to ridicule Beto O’Rourke for his opposition to police brutality, Cruz is inadvertently giving his opponent a valuable platform.

Power Sep 22

Hangover IV drips aren’t all they’re cracked up to be

The FTC has charged an IV cocktail company with making false claims.

Power Sep 16

The 2008 bailouts inadvertently laid the groundwork for another financial crisis

We may already be seeing the warning signs.

The Future Sep 16

A history of the internet, as told by maps

Sometimes going to the cutting edge requires reverting to the oldest tools around.

By Drew Millard

Power Sep 15

Dear Donald Trump, your hurricane vlogs aren’t helping

Sincerely, everyone currently being affected by Hurricane Florence.

Culture Sep 15

This police report on a Kanye listening party is the greatest piece of music journalism ever written

“[She] sped away on a utility cart and I did not see her again for the duration of the event.”

Power Sep 09

The Postal Service wants to become an ad agency

This is what happens when the government convinces itself it’s a business.

The Future Sep 09

Earth is hell, but space isn’t heaven

Classic NASA art showcases a vision of the future that isn’t exactly inviting.

Power Sep 08

Unsealed FBI documents detail Roger Stone’s Watergate-era dirty tricks

Stone specialized in undermining Richard Nixon’s opponents on the left.

The Future Sep 08

Government watchdog concludes FEMA wasn’t ready for last year’s hurricane season

No shit.

Power Sep 02

Phony Neo-Nazi propaganda may have inspired the Louisiana State Police to investigate Antifa

Either that, or there’s a whole lot of racists in the Louisiana State Police Department.

Power Sep 02

Snitching-ass startup raises $10 million to privatize the surveillance state

Flock Security is looking to capitalize on suburban fear.

Culture Sep 01

With Return of the Trill, Bun B raps to heal a broken city

The southern hip-hop icon’s new record is dedicated to his hometown of Port Arthur, Texas, as it still struggles to recover from Hurricane Harvey.

Culture Sep 01

Inbred super-pythons are slithering amok in South Florida

Meet the “Florida Man” of reptiles.

Power Aug 26

There might be constitutional limits to the Space Force

One respected legal scholar is pretty sure America isn’t allowed to unilaterally fight aliens in space.

Power Aug 26

Stephen Miller owns stock in exactly one company, and that company is Disney

OF COURSE the child-fascist of the Trump administration would be drawn to a company started by a fascist who made entertainment for children.

Culture Aug 26

The New York Public Library is turning classic novels into Instagram Stories

The first title in their initiative is Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Power Aug 25

Bitcoin mining now accounts for almost one percent of the world’s energy consumption

That’s more electricity than it takes to power Ohio or New York State.

The Future Aug 19

Apple might be making us switch cords soon

“These connector inserts may be reliable, have an attractive appearance, and be readily manufactured.”

Culture Aug 19

The government is basically giving away this historic lighthouse

It would honestly be cheaper to buy this thing than a tiny house.

Power Aug 18

Wait, it only costs $195 a night to stay at Mar-A-Lago?

Does Mar-A-Lago actually suck? (Probably.)

The Future Aug 18

Justice Department: Facebook is a content creator, not a platform

The revolution will not be a status update.

The Future Aug 12

Google wants to help your boss spy on you

Please don’t let this be the future of work.

Culture Aug 12

Need a celebrity endorsement for your bullshit company?

There’s an app for that.

Power Aug 11

Elon Musk, the new king of debt

Tesla is nearly $10 billion in debt and Elon Musk is buying Tesla stock using loans he got by putting up shares of Tesla stock as collateral. What the hell is going on here?

Culture Aug 11

Nike’s copyright-protection team is basically the cops

The sneaker giant recently worked directly with the NYPD and ICE to bust a bootleg Air Jordan ring.

The Future Aug 05

Thought experiment: What if the meteor that exploded over Greenland was actually the work of aliens?

There is literally zero evidence to suggest this is the case, but it’s a fun possibility to consider.

Power Aug 05

Why did Elon Musk stash a quarter-billion dollars of Tesla stock in a non-profit back in 2016?

It could be a coincidence, but, uh, it probably isn’t a coincidence.

Culture Aug 05

Peter Saville gave Burberry the same all-caps logo he gave Calvin Klein a year ago

Pop quiz: Which of these logos wasn’t designed by Peter Saville?

Power Aug 04

The Feds can look at our shit whenever they want

Why a computer scientist whose search history showed he was committing insider trading should make us all concerned about our internet privacy.

Power Aug 04

The Postal Service is desperately trying to appeal to millennials

But rather than telling advertisers to send coupons to young people, they should probably just turn post offices into banks.

The Future Jul 29

Get a glimpse of futurism that critiqued the future

The Italian radical architecture movement was WILD in the ’70s.

Culture Jul 29

Immerse yourself in Fractal Fantasy’s interactive audiovisual extravaganza

Prepare to have your mind blown straight out of your butt.

The Future Jul 28

Lonely, anxious narcissists are at high risk of Facebook addiction

Yet more evidence that no one should use Facebook ever.

Culture Jul 28

Norman Dawn’s hundred year-old special effects look even more magical today

There was a certain freedom in the days of early film — with no set rulebook to follow, production designers were free to create their own worlds.

Culture Jul 28

You know nothing about your dog

And who are you to even “own” a dog, anyway?

Culture Jul 22

Vintage Russian circus ads are unexpectedly trippy

Prepare to swing off the trapeze of the mind and into... The Twilight Zone.

Power Jul 22

The FTC has taken Uber‘s money and is giving it to Uber drivers

As it struggles to turn a profit, the ride-sharing service’s legal and public-relations woes are still compounding.

Power Jul 21

Electric cars were cooler in the ’70s

Eat your heart out, Elon Musk.

Culture Jul 21

Working out in the morning makes you healthier

Working out in the evening makes you happier.

Power Jul 15

Facebook donates a shit-ton of money to Republicans

Over half of the tech giant’s largest political contributions have gone to the GOP.

Power Jul 14

Rand Paul is mad as hell about sexed-up, coked-out quails

If Rand Paul were a true Libertarian, he would let the quails fuck in peace.

Power Jul 08

Dogs might be happier when they’re free

Look at that dog. It is riding a tricycle away from human oppression.

Culture Jul 07

Old cell phones > new cell phones

If nothing else, cell phones used to look way weirder than they do now.

The Future Jul 07

The next few months are going to be hot as shit

The NOAA projects we’re in for an extremely hot next few months, and an even hotter next few years.

The Future Jul 01

New study suggests it’s possible to never die

(As long as you live until you’re 105 and have really good luck after that.)

Culture Jul 01

Big Dogs, welcome to the resistance

The legacy novelty t-shirt company is tired of freakin’ alternative facts!!!

Power Jun 30

Jordan Belfort’s Facebook page is absolutely baffling

It seems the real-life Wolf of Wall Street has rebranded as the Wolf of SuccessWin Street.

Power Jun 30

David Lynch has directed some INSANE commercials over the years

Not the rats! Not the rats!!!!

Culture Jun 24

We’ve come up with the wildest ‘Westworld’ conspiracy theory of them all

(The views expressed in this post are a parody of actual ‘Westworld’ conspiracy theories, of which there are many.)

Culture Jun 23

Artist László Zsolt Bordos digitally renders the fragility of memory

His new exhibit is titled, fittingly enough, MEMORIES.

Power Jun 23

We found the scariest picture of Steve Bannon ever taken

At last, confirmation that Steve Bannon is a military hell-vampire.

Culture Jun 16

Behold, Lebron James and Werner Herzog as one

“We must be alert, and wear our home camouflage shorts so that we are not seen on the court.”
— LeBron “Werner Herzog” James

Culture Jun 10

Play Toilet Tycoon, the game where you literally put your economy in the toilet

After nearly 12 years, this game is still a perfect metaphor for capitalism.

Power Jun 09

As overall teen tobacco use declines, the proportion of vaping teens rises

Seriously though, if you’re a teenage reader of The Outline, please only put air in your lungs.

Culture Jun 09

Play a wonderfully insane text-based frog simulator

The most beautiful game is Beautiful Frog.

Power Jun 08

Oh God, they’re putting religion on the blockchain

Is 0xΩ actually a new faith, or is it a warning of the crypto hell that awaits?

Power Jun 03

Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow is in a legal pissing match with a Satanist

It goes without saying that we’re Team Satan on this one.

The Future Jun 03

The wonders of space, as drawn by Italian schooldren

Kids rule.

The Future Jun 02

We spend more time on our phones than ever

And almost six hours a day online.

Power Jun 02

Read Sean Spicer’s farewell email to the White House staff

Powerful shitheads: They send disingenuous sign-off emails just like the rest of us!

Power Jun 01

Kanye West isn’t cool again just because he threw a party in the woods

The media’s sharp reversal from burying Kanye to hyping his new album shows how seemingly hard stances can slide into the oblivion of the feed.

Power May 31

A group of Bitcoin nerds are trying to secede from America

Move to Bitcointopia, capital of a made-up country where everything’s on the blockchain and all the cops are drones.

Power May 30

The Department of Defense has used Google products for years

Why are Google’s employees only getting upset about it now?

Power May 29

Scott Pruitt’s EPA is wasting a lot of money while ruining the environment

A new report reveals the number of times the agency has ignored recommendations for saving money and improving public safety.

The Future May 28

Look at some trippy, Hubble Telescope-inspired art

Clearly, space art is the best art.

Power May 27

The Intellectual Dark Web goes to Washington

Bret Weinstein got to go in front of Congress and talk to some of the most powerful people in the nation about how he’s being oppressed by woke college kids.

The Future May 26

NASA is basically trying to get hacked

Then again, the government could just give NASA the sort of budget they need to develop their own technology, and this problem would no longer exist.

Culture May 26

Listen to vintage episodes of the greatest hip-hop radio show of all time

The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito show lives on in the Internet Archive.

Power May 26

The world’s only pro-gun coffee tastes like burnt dirt

In these fraught times, it is not worth abandoning your political principles for even a sip of Black Rifle Coffee Company’s mediocre, Sean Hannity-endorsed java.

Power May 25

Don’t say Tommy Chong is the face of your weed company unless you’re Tommy Chong

The same week Tommy Chong gave an interview about his weed brand, a company got in trouble with the SEC for pretending to be his weed brand.

Power May 20

How do you fix a broken city?

These might not add up to full-on revolution, but hey, they’re a start.

Culture May 20

You can now read thousands of complaints from people who got scammed on Match.com

PSA: It is not normal when your internet crush asks you to wire them money.

The Future May 19

Old-School Texas Instruments books are a treasure trove of great graphic design

Love to master the TI-99 with my golden sword.

Power May 19

Cheaper paper won’t fix the news

A new bill proposes fixing our very broken media in the dumbest way possible.

Power May 16

The weirdest Donald Trump story from the Trump Tower hearings

Turns out Donald Trump loves listening to rap songs about himself.

Power May 13

New data suggests America treats the elderly like shit

It’s Mother’s Day. Please call your grandma and tell her how much you love her.

Power May 13

The Rajneeshees have a wild wild response to ‘Wild Wild Country’

“This was a U.S. government conspiracy, from the White House on down, aimed at thwarting Osho’s vision.”

The Future May 12

Life at Antarctica’s IceCube lab seems strange and beautiful

And also very, very cold.

Power May 12

America’s landfills may be completely full in just 13 years

We could be headed towards a trash reckoning.

Culture May 12

Ken Jennings wants you to buy a duck

The ‘Jeopardy’ champion and author talks about his new book ‘Planet Funny’, how looking things up on our phones changes who we are as people, and what it’s like to lose at trivia to a supercomputer.

Power May 06

A man named Sexy Vegan is running for president

He’s got a face tattoo, wears Speedos in public, and once got kicked off Dr. Phil for using excessive profanity.

Culture May 06

The new Robin Hood movie will not be as good as ‘Robin Hood: Men in Tights’

But maybe it will be so bad that Hollywood stops making the same movies over and over again.

Culture May 05

Listen to the world’s ambient sounds filtered through Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies

A psychedlic global tour for your ears.

The Future May 05

Someone who is not Elon Musk has trademarked the name “Elon Musk”

For now, the hyper-famous entrepreneur cannot sell t-shirts with his own name on them.

The Future Apr 29

A pair of children’s smartwatch companies are in trouble for spying on kids

Products from Gator and Tinitell have been collecting kids’ data without obtaining parental permission.

Power Apr 29

America is firing workers faster than it’s hiring them

This hasn’t happened since the Great Recession.

Power Apr 28

The chocolate industry still relies on child labor

A new report on the ethics of the cocoa supply chain will make you swallow your sweet tooth.

Power Apr 28

Facebook’s new commercial becomes an anti-Facebook PSA when you add a choir covering “Creep”

Ironically, the cover is from ‘The Social Network’ soundtrack.

The Future Apr 22

These old-school Dutch designs are a nice reminder that living in the future could have sucked less

We could all hanging out in this cool hole in the ground right now!

Culture Apr 22

Here’s an interactive map of all the crimes committed during Coachella Week

In the Palm Springs, festival season is also robbing season.

The Future Apr 21

But have you like, REALLY looked at the earth?

* Hits bong*

Culture Apr 21

Listen to more Method Man

It’s 4/21, the day after 4/20, so you should listen to Method Man’s ‘4:21... The Day After’.

Power Apr 21

Alabama deserves better than being America’s toilet

Playing host to a train full of New York’s poop was just the latest environmental injustice inflicted upon the state.

Power Apr 15

Drug tax stamps are a thing

But the only people buying them aren’t drug dealers, they’re stamp collectors.

Culture Apr 15

More like “United Stathes of America”

At last, it’s Jason Statham’s time to shine.

Culture Apr 14

Rest in peace to Art Bell, the man who made the paranormal normal

The iconic host of ‘Coast to Coast A.M.’ died on Friday the 13th.

Power Apr 14

The public shaming of Mark Zuckerberg

The Facebook founder’s congressional hearings strongly resembled torture techniques straight out of the 1800s.

Power Apr 11

The Republicans are screwed in the 2018 midterms

And Paul Ryan’s retirement proves it.

Power Apr 08

See how the opioid crisis has impacted Appalachia

Appalachia, rates of poverty, disability, and education all correlate with overdose rates.

Culture Apr 08

The family dynamic, presented in a never-ending series of pop-up windows

Ryan Kuo’s “Family Maker” denaturalizes the digital.

Power Apr 07

“Salmonella Kratom” and “Rat Poison K2” are two more reasons to go ahead and legalize weed

Two stories about contaminated batches of grey-market substances show that sometimes, it’s safer to go with the real thing.

Power Apr 07

Scott Pruitt’s EPA is trying to hobble the entity that’s currently investigating Scott Pruitt

Around the time the EPA’s Office of Inspector General opened up an investigation into Pruit’s lavish travel spending, the EPA started lobbying to reduce the IG’s budget.

Power Apr 01

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un should play golf along the DMZ

Thanks to the landmine-lined golf hole at Camp Bonifas, this is actually a thing that could happen.

Culture Mar 31

Please enjoy Guy Fieri’s magical Hawaiian vacation

Flavortown is in your heart.

Power Mar 31

The Smithsonian’s Burning Man exhibit is awesome...

If you’re a rich tech idiot with no taste.

Power Mar 31

The government has a Flickr album devoted to giant killer snails

Feast your eyes upon the husks of the shittiest snails in the universe.

Power Mar 30

Cambridge Analytica is bad, but Palantir is fucking terrifying

With its vehicle tracking software, the company Peter Thiel co-founded knows you ran that red light.

The Future Mar 25

Wait, are we supposed to call Mark Zuckerberg “Mr. ZL” now?

Zuck has officially broken new ground in the field of public self-shaming.

Power Mar 25

Pets have been dying on United Airlines flights for years

It took a dog dying in an overhead compartment for the airline to decide to do something about it.

The Future Mar 24

Achieve your dream of looking at a 3D pizza on your phone

And while you’re at it, feast your eyes on a 3D donut. And a 3D loaf of bread.

Culture Mar 24

Nobody wants to listen to Spotify’s “self-driving music”

Instead, they just want to see the names of the people who made the damn song.

Power Mar 18

The military isn’t ready for war in space

So it might start a fund to invest in private space companies.

Culture Mar 18

Pro golfers are gigantic babies

The P.G.A. has a real-life trolling problem that it’s only making worse.

Culture Mar 17

What’s up with all the buried treasure lately?

The earth has grown tired of hosting our puny yellow rocks.

Power Mar 17

An extremely pointless law is about to ban public officials from spending taxpayer money on paintings of themselves

It’s called — wait for it — the “EGO Act.”

Power Mar 11

Further proof that Scientology is extremely lame

Nobody gives a shit about your Instagram “epic art wall,” dude.

The Future Mar 11

Friendly reminder, there’s a bunch of extremely cool NASA stuff on the Internet Archive

Also, sorry in advance for sending you into an internet black hole.

Power Mar 10

Connecticut has declared war on coyotes

But the state’s proposal to allow night hunting of the animals just might make its coyote problem worse.

Culture Mar 10

Sadly, Martin Shkreli didn’t get scammed into paying $2 million for a fake Wu-Tang Clan album

But happily, Martin Shkreli now has to give up the only copy of a real Wu-Tang Clan album that he paid $2 million for!

Power Mar 04

Uber is contesting the MIT study that found their drivers make less than minimum wage before taxes

But they’re not talking about how Uber encourages its drivers to declare a loss on those taxes.

Power Mar 04

A new court ruling could provide more protection for the homeless

A Washington state judge has found that if you live in your car, then your car is your home, and that the police can’t impound your home.

Power Mar 03

Silicon Valley now thinks starving yourself will make you more productive

Cold showers, too.

The Future Mar 03

Sorry Barbra Streisand, it’s weird to clone your dog

Cloning your dead pet only sets you up for disappointment.

Power Feb 25

The NRA is just openly trolling at this point

They would like you to know that they are extremely Not Mad; however, they are in fact Very Mad.

The Future Feb 25

The aliens will probably think we’re too dumb to kill

This is existentially comforting when you think about it.

Culture Feb 24

An ambient sound app is using archival audio to plug you back into nature

The Environments app takes the legendary field recordings of Irv Teibel and presents them in the chillest possible context.

Power Feb 24

Trump Organization execs are holed up in Trump Tower Panama shredding documents

Facing eviction and trailed by allegations of money laundering, a group of Trump Hotel executives are physically barring the hotel’s ownership group from kicking them out.

Power Feb 24

The political power of doubt

We live in a state of anger and confusion over exactly what Russia did or didn’t do to get Donald Trump elected. That might just be exactly what they were going for.

Power Feb 18

Artifact-sniffing dogs are coming to stop you from selling that sacred statue

If you're a drug dog who happens to be reading our site right now, maybe consider changing careers?

The Future Feb 18

If the Space Tesla crashes into the Earth, Elon Musk should have to clean it up

Over the next million years, there’s a six percent chance that the Tesla launched into the solar system will come back and hit the planet. That's low, but it’s still way too high.

The Future Feb 17

Alaska runs on bear shit

New research suggests that seeds spread by defecating bears are vital to the Alaskan ecosystem.

Power Feb 17

In 2016, “Putin’s chef” tried to erase himself from the Russian internet. Then he was indicted by Robert Mueller.

The Russian oligarch Yevengy Prigozhin sued to de-index news stories about his connection to a Russian “troll farm” just as the company was stepping up its attempts to interfere in the 2016 election.

Culture Feb 11

Red Gerard makes me feel okay about the future

Last night, the 17-year-old became America’s first gold medalist at the PyeongChang Olympics.

Culture Feb 11

Takashi Miike has made over 100 movies and still feels lazy

The prolific Japanese director discusses the nature of creativity and the power of play.

The Future Feb 10

This Valentine’s Day, surprise your bog love with a time hug

These neural network-generated candy heart messages are lovably insane.

The Future Feb 10

Every time you forget your password an angel gets its wings

Sitting by as all of the passwords slowly leak out of my brain has been strangely liberating.

The Future Feb 04

All I need in this life of sin...

Is my AlphaSmart 3000.

Culture Feb 03

The Instagram piano man

Instagram is the best social network, because that is the one that hip-hop producer Scott Storch posts videos of himself playing piano on.

Culture Feb 03

The schlubbiest bad boy in golf

Pat Perez is a wine-swilling, meme-friendly sensation... who also loves Trump.

Culture Jan 12

We believe Tom DeLonge, who quit blink-182 to prove aliens exist

Proof that the truth is out there is more important than pop-punk.