"...(W)hile all their deft, chocolate-fingered swiping might make a future of baby’s first tablet seem inevitable, a project out of UC Davis offers a glimpse of an entirely different type of high-tech educational engagement–one that doesn’t involve youngsters pressing their faces up against screens for hours on end. It’s a sandbox that lets kids mold its contents into miniature mountains, lakes and rivers–and then, with a little high-tech magic, brings that terrain to life before their eyes."
And in all seriousness, if you don't understand that texting and driving is a bad idea and don't think it's that big of a deal, you need to
turn in your license watch this. Werner Herzog creates a powerful documentary with a simple message: It Can Wait.
Once-forgotten 'tar pitch' experiment finally yields results after seven decades.
By: Bubba | Jul 21st, 2013 (5:39 PM) | Thanks: T e r y A k i
My brothers and I entered the 48 Hour Film Festival in Asheville this year and this was our submission...I thought Fazed might like it. If you like goofy, sci fi movies about time loops, dentistry and heavy drinking then this might be for you.
By: Bubba | Jul 17th, 2013 (2:20 PM) | Thanks: BadlyDrawnBen
What does it mean?
By: Bubba | Jun 18th, 2013 (11:01 PM)
This might even be better than the ghost girl elevator prank from a few days ago.
By: Bubba | Dec 6th, 2012 (9:54 PM)
A slideshow of the exact moment in which bowels release and pants get filled. We checked this out last year and there are some great ones this year, too.
If you recall this map we posted a while back, it's an interesting thing to glance at, given the circumstances and all.
By: Bubba | Oct 29th, 2012 (8:05 PM)
In slow motion this time...
By: SpunOne | Jul 20th, 2012 (9:16 PM)
By: SpunOne | May 24th, 2012 (11:13 AM)
Fuck Honda. ::sadface::
By: Bubba | Jan 30th, 2012 (12:14 PM)
You've heard him whistle, now listen to him sing on an 80's talk show.
By: Bubba | Jan 5th, 2012 (2:33 PM) | Thanks: princeofsax
The 9/11 rescue dogs: Portraits of the last surviving animals who scoured Ground Zero one decade on.
By: ladyalthea | Sep 11th, 2011 (4:11 PM) | Thanks: davelog
Remember Eli Porter? Here's the story behind his epic rap battle.
By: SpunOne | Jul 23rd, 2011 (11:30 AM)
This dad knows how to handle things.
Police this morning took into custody one of two men suspected in the opening-day beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow.
By: Bubba | May 22nd, 2011 (1:18 PM)
The Grand Opening of one of the first In and Out Burgers in the Dallas area today. BAT SHIT CRAZY!
By: Bubba | May 21st, 2011 (12:50 PM) | Thanks: CJ Rank In
You know you're a REAL bad ass when you win without actually fighting.
By: Bubba | May 5th, 2011 (8:17 PM) | Thanks: lateknightucd
Remember Little Vader from the Superbowl commercial?
By: Bubba | Apr 21st, 2011 (11:37 PM)
Hero to millions, Casey Heynes, speaks out for the first time on what happened when he retaliated against a bully.
Aerial photos taken over Japan have revealed the scale of devastation across dozens of suburbs and tens of thousands of homes and businesses.
Hover over each satellite photo to view the devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami.
Update: New tsunami footage is starting to find its way online.
Update: More sobering footage is showing up, too.
By: Bubba | Mar 13th, 2011 (2:37 PM)
As Consumerist was the first to report last Friday, the Philadelphia homeowner who made national news by not only winning a judgment against Wells Fargo, but also scheduling a sheriff's sale of the bank's property, was meeting face-to-face with the bank he'd embarrassed so thoroughly. Now he's confirmed that the two parties had reached an agreement.
By: Bubba | Feb 28th, 2011 (3:59 PM) | Thanks: MatchstickMan
Watson has lots in common with a top-ranked human Jeopardy! player: It's very smart, very fast, speaks in an uneven monotone, and has never known the touch of a woman.
Ken Jennings has written a great piece about playing Watson the supercomputer on Jeopardy! this week.
By: effeminateSWANK | Feb 17th, 2011 (10:36 AM)
I sent my friend, an artist by profession, the "Light Skeletons" link you guys put up and she sent me this link in return. It's a little film clip about a photographer named Pete Eckert, whose work the light skeletons reminded her of.
The twist? "Pete Eckert is a totally blind person. But through his photography, he proves that he IS a visual person, he just can't see."
By: Bubba | Feb 13th, 2011 (12:57 AM) | Thanks: pongobongo
Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about Basil Marceaux.com! BLAM!!! YES, Basil Marceaux.com, GOP candidate, movie reviewer, scholar, Force Recon Marine, and Father of the New Republic. All this and he sings too!
By: Bubba | Dec 5th, 2010 (2:44 PM)
A Gizmodo investigation has revealed 100 of the photographs saved by the Gen 2 millimeter wave scanner from Brijot Imaging Systems, Inc., obtained by a FOIA request after it was recently revealed that U.S. Marshals operating the machine in the Orlando, Florida courthouse had improperly-perhaps illegally-saved images of the scans of public servants and private citizens.
By: Bubba | Nov 16th, 2010 (4:00 PM)
Definitely DEFINITELY not a rainy street corner in Oakland.
Follow-up to the BART shooting from a few months back.
By: Bubba | Jul 14th, 2010 (9:08 PM) | Thanks: ArchonRamie
After being fired for her job for having a blog about sex, one of our newest Fazers has re-launched her site. Lots of interesting male- and female-centric information, as well as video and toy reviews, and even boobies on occasion. There's also a pretty clever "Work Safe Mode" button in the top right corner, but visiting the site while on the clock is probably still a bit risky (as well as risque).
By: Bubba | May 17th, 2010 (2:48 PM) | 18+
You know, I hadn't even considered the possibility. Like in the days when scientists couldn't fathom a non-geocentric universe, or that travelling at speeds of over 60 mph wouldn't result in asphixiation. It isn't until you see it occurring in real life that your eyes are truly opened, and your mind blown. Ladies and gentlemen, the ultimate mash-up.