When Peanuts Travels to Westeros, We All Win

Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Woodstock and the rest of the Peanuts gang might be have some humorous adventures in their ordinary suburban life, but in Westeros, no one is safe from death. Artist Philip Horoton has made a few great cartoons showing what happens when the Peanuts travel to the world of George R.R. Martin.

While Philip has quite a few great comic mashups, these are so far the only two combining Peanuts and Game of Thrones, but I really hope he makes more because these are so promising already.

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What Aussies Know About America

Buzzfeed had Australians fill out a little quiz about America. We can’t expect people from other countries to know all the stuff about the U.S.A. that we know, but the Aussies did their best. When they couldn’t think of an answer, they always had something entertaining ready. In naming presidents, quite a few took a shortcut and said George Bush x2, which got them most of the way to three. Other answers were Jed Bartlett, Bill Pullman, and Donald Trump. The overwhelming opinion is that fast food is our biggest export, and the First Amendment must have something to do with guns. See them all here.  


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Baby Madison Likes the Dark Side

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New father Buddy Crotty is already aware that the dark side of the force is strong with his baby Madison. No mantra nor rallying cry of the rebel alliance will calm this kid. Thus, Buddy knows the imitation this situation calls for, and it works like a charm.  -Via The Daily What

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Ogling the Eye Candy at the Beach


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My eyes are up here, Ariel. I'm more than just a pair of luscious, muscular thighs that provide terrestrial locomotion. I have a mind. I can be a part of your world if you'll have that, too.

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What if Man of Steel was IN COLOR?

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The 2013 Superman movie Man of Steel was in color, alright, but it was muted and dark, trying to emulate the look of The Dark Knight. But what works for Batman doesn’t necessarily work for Superman. VideoLab adjusted the colors to look more like the real world, which makes a real difference, don’t you think? At least its much easier for someone with less-than-optimal eyesight to follow.  -via b3ta


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Bigfoot Bundt Cake

Bigfoot Bundt Cake

Big news! Bigfoot has been found...inside a bundt cake! Jenn Fujikawa over at Nerdist used a Bigfoot cookie cutter to make him appear inside this tasty treat.  

Sasquatch. Yeti. Bigfoot. He goes by so many names, yet he’s still an enigma. He could be behind that tree in the woods, or perhaps in the icy mountain of a theme park ride, but most likely you’ll find him… in a bundt cake.

Want to make it? The recipe and tutorial are available at Nerdist.

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Gorgeous Glass by Niyoko Ikuta



These beautiful glassworks by Japanese artist Niyoko Ikuta play with the qualities of glass creatively mixed with geometric forms. Ikuta is recognized worldwide as a master of glass art and has collectors across the globe. Ikuta expounded on her work to the Victoria & Albert museum in London:

"I am captivated by the complexity of light as it reflects, refracts, and passes through broken cross sections of plate glass. In 1980 I began making artwork by laminating sheets of glass using adhesive and exposing the cross sections. My motifs are derived from feelings of gentleness and harshness, fear, limitless expansion experienced through contact with nature, images from music, ethnic conflict, the heart affected by joy and anger, and prayer. In creating my pieces it is like imagining an architectural space when viewing blueprints, deciding on an image by reading into the intentions of the architect, or imbuing a space with dynamic energy to bring it to life."

See additional photographs of her work at Yufuku Gallery.

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Enter The Defenders - Superheroic Street Sweepers


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The streets of Hell's Kitchen have been running red for decades, but those who call the neighborhood home are tired of standing by and watching the man they call Kingpin turn their hood into a warzone. They're banding together, defending their home with iron fist and power foot, willing to lay their lives on the line to keep the Kitchen safe from supervillainy. Will these daredevil heroes have the might and muscle needed to bring down Fisk's evil plans, or will the weight of monetary might crush these costume clad citizens before they can change the course?

Bring some marvelous comic book action to your geeky wardrobe with this Enter The Defenders t-shirt by BadEye, it's a bold way to show your love of NYC's grittiest heroes!

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Hilarious Outtakes from Some of the Best Sci Fi Shows

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Sci fi shows occassionally have levity, but they need to have believable drama or else they don't work. While that makes for great film and television, it doesn't give fans the best insight on how their favorite actors are on set. This awesome collection of sci fi bloopers featured on io9 shows what happens between the successful takes and reminds us that no matter how serious Worf, Scully, Starbuck and Agent Dunham appear on screen, the actors portraying them are still real, silly people.


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Foods That are Great on the Grill

Grilled BBQ Chicken Quesadillas | Image and Recipe: The Chic Site

Those who like to cook know that high heat can make for wonderful delights, such as all things carmelized. When some foods are placed on the grill, sugary magic happens  particularly with fruits. One of my favorite sweet summer dishes is grilled peaches with cinnamon sugar and a little butter. I'm also a big fan of grilled pineapple. If you like grilled shish kebabs with pineapple, you know that the fruit has a more complex and delicious flavor when grilled. 

This article lists 25 foods that are great on the grill. Take a look to get some good ideas before your next grilling session.  
 Grilled Banana S'mores | Image and Recipe: She Knows

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Proposal: Give College Students the Power to Fire Professors

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During the Fifth Century B.C., Athenians engaged in the usual practice of ostracism. Once a year, they took a popular vote. The person with the most votes was banished from the city. Ideally, this would remove the most hated person in the city.

2,500 years later, State Senator Mark Chelgren of Iowa has a proposal that’s strikingly similar. He thinks that some professors at state universities are incompetent. But because of tenure regulations, they get to keep their jobs for life. Chelgren has introduced a bill into the state legislature that would reduce these bad teachers by empowering students to fire a single professor every year.

The process begins with the end-of-semester student evaluations. The Chronicle of Higher Education explains:

The names of the five professors with the lowest ratings above the minimum threshold would be published online. Students would then vote on those professors’ future employment — and the professor with the fewest votes would be fired, regardless of tenure status or contract terms.

Should college students have the power to fire professors in this manner?




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90-year-old Pilot Still Going Strong

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Paddy Elliot of Birmingham, UK, recently celebrated his 90th birthday, and also his medical certification to continue flying his plane! He’s been a pilot for decades, although he only took up flying when he retired at 64.

After 50 years he retired from Rover cars and finally got the chance to live the dream, gaining a private pilot’s licence in 1988.

“I spend every second I can spare up in the skies. It’s a truly unique feeling to be up there looking down on the world.

“It’s given me perspective but more importantly it’s kept me young. I may be 90 but it certainly doesn’t feel like that.”

Elliot flies at least three times a week, and flew to France for lunch last week. To keep his license, he must pass a medical certification every two years, and recently got the all-clear to keep flying for another two years. Read more about the amazing flying nonagenarian and see a video of Elliot in action. It just goes to show that you’re never too old to take up something new.


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Conjure Up Some Geeky Fun With These 30 Magic Themed T-Shirts

Magic- a simple word that conjures up images of wizards in pointy hats casting spells, and stage magicians who take off their top hat to reveal they've had a rabbit under there the whole time!

Those who love magic know that presentation and delivery are a big part of the act, and those are also a big part of the NeatoShop, where t-shirt presentation is important (our prints are the best in the biz) and worldwide delivery is always free for orders over $75!

Spellcasters have a very imposing presence

The Witch Of Arendelle by Punksthetic

People shun them because they find their mystical natures most disturbing

An Evening At Frogwart's by Blueswade

Wizards aren't exactly fans of their fellow human beings either, so they don't mind being left alone

Hagrid's Home For Magical Creatures by Anna-Maria Jung

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Fifteen Facts About A Clockwork Orange

Remember the disabled writer, F. Alexander, who lives at HOME in A Clockwork Orange? In a later scene with him, his musclebound assistant Julian is played by Darth Vader himself David Prowse, who was at the height of his bodybuilding involvement. Not only did Prowse have a role in the film, but he had the guts to stand up to Stanley Kubrick, which few actors ever did with the demanding and headstrong director.

Prowse took issue with the scene in which he had to carry the writer and his wheelchair around a corner and to the dinner table in one take. Kubrick, famous for being insistent on doing many takes of each scene in his films, had Prowse worried about the number of times he'd be expected to perform that feat of strength. Prowse approached Kubrick, arguing, "Your name is not 'one-take Kubrick' is it, you see?" Everyone on the set grew silent, thinking that was the premature end of Prowse's work on the film. Kubrick just laughed and told him not to worry. They got the shot in six takes, definitely a conservative effort on Kubrick's part.  

Read more facts about A Clockwork Orange at Mental Floss. 

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Presidents Removed From Their Coins

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This is fun. The tiny heads of American presidents have been cut out of their coins (oops, Jefferson lost his phony tail in the process!). The cut coins are the handiwork of a friend of Imgur user pfefferminzetea who says "some kind of precision saw blade" was used to do the dirty work. Though, there's quite a debate on how precisely the presidents' heads were removed going on over at reddit

Before you ask, I checked, cutting coins is not illegal, unless you do it with the intent to defraud.

But, I have a question, am I the only one who remembers when they used to have a cast member in Disney World's Liberty Square making cutout coin jewelry? 

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Downton Abbey/Star Wars Fan Film Made by Downton Abbey Actors

Rob James-Collier is the actor who plays Thomas Barrow on Downton Abbey. James-Collier plays an evil butler, but he's a nice guy. He's raising money for children with multiple sclerosis. To encourage donations, he and other actors from the show are making a fan film series that brings their show into the Star Wars universe.


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Skip to the 1:29 mark in the video to see beginning of the film. The actors who play John Bates, Anna Bates, and Charles Carson make appearances. They shot all of the scenes between takes while filming Downton Abbey and used only smartphones to record video.

This episode is free. James-Collier is charging money for future episodes. You can donate at his website, which is appropriately named Evil Butler.

-via The Mary Sue


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Just Say "No" To These Terrible Wedding Proposals

There are a million reasons why putting a ring in your prospective fiance's food is a terrible idea, but when you can't even be bothered to sneak the thing into something a little more classy than a budget chicken sandwich from your local fast food restaurant, you have to ask yourself: do you really even care if she says yes?

And of course, spelling things out in flower petals is entirely romantic, but maybe you should consult a dictionary before you ask her to "merry" you. 

We at Neatorama are suckers for a good love story, but most of these proposals at Awkward Family Photos are anything but -although I wouldn't mind a Star Wars or Pokemon proposal.


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Guy Flips off Monkey and Gets His

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When a young man impulsively flips off a rhesus macaque monkey, the monkey doesn't take it lightly. In fact, he jumps the guy, apparently just to let him know that he's fluent in international symbols. -Via Tastefully Offensive

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GrumPikachu - Gotta Catch A No

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Most pocket monsters get used to battling in arenas and being cooped up in a ball as their masters travel between towns, but not Grumpikachu. That grumpy little lightning cat just can't seem to get used to the pocket monster lifestyle, and being locked in a ball is simply a no-go for the Grump. But that lightning cat does know a thing or two about battling, and a Grump's weapons of choice are the electric hairball and the almighty NO.

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8 Stunning Examples of Architecture Porn

There are a lot of amazing houses out there, but it takes something seriously special to mesmerize viewers. These beautiful examples of architecture porn are hard to take your eyes off of and we've collected multiple pictures of 8 amazing homes that are downright sexy. 

If you like what you see in the collage above, don't miss the full ariticle at Homes and Hues: These Houses Are Simply Too Stunning: 8 Amazing Examples of Architecture Porn


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13 Secrets of Ice Cream Science

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As a kid growing up in Waterbury, Vermont, Kirsten Schimoler was a regular on the Ben & Jerry’s factory tour. Now, after getting a food science degree from Cornell University, she’s moved back to her hometown and taken her dream job on Ben & Jerry’s research and development team, where she helps think up, develop, taste, and perfect every flavor that comes out of the company kitchen.

1. THERE’S A REASON BEN & JERRY’S FLAVORS ARE SO RICH

It’s partly because co-founder Ben Cohen has anosmia, or almost no sense of smell. If he couldn’t taste a recipe, he just added more flavoring!

2. THE R&D DEPARTMENT IS ULTRA ELITE

Schimoler is one of just three food scientists on staff. The remaining four members of the team come from culinary backgrounds. (One of them has the title “primal ice cream therapist.”) Together they launch about five flavors each year.

3. A FLAVOR CAN TAKE MORE THAN A YEAR TO DEVELOP

The average development cycle of a basic pint is about 12 to 14 months, but there have been occasions where Schimoler nailed a flavor on the first try. “Other times,” she says, “you’re on iteration 10 and still wondering if it’s going to work.” Which is exactly what happened with Liz Lemon Greek Frozen Yogurt, one of the few products where the name came before the flavor. “They knew they wanted to do a Liz Lemon flavor but didn’t know what they wanted it to be. We looked at so many different lemon flavors.” At the other end of the spectrum, Schweddy Balls, inspired by Alec Baldwin’s SNL skit, got to market in a record four months.

4. MOST FLAVORS START WITH THE SAME BASE

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Dog Plays Patty Cake

This dog loves to play the children’s game of patty cake. Or she loves the treats that she gets after a game. But, hey, athletes deserve to be compensated, right? And this yellow lab plays to win.


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Would You Eat At These Totally Insane Restaurants?

You know what really stimulates the appetite? Prison -or at least it must be given that there are at least two different prison-themed restaurants, one in China and one in Italy.

Not a big fan of prison food? How about a truly gourmet meal that just happens to be served as you dangle over 165 feet up in the air?

And those are just a few of the ten totally crazy restaurants featured on this great RealityPod article. So would you guys dine at any of these weird eateries?

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Top 10 Cat Superpowers!

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Chris Poole’s cats Cole and Marmalade illustrate how they are better than everyone. In fact, they have super powers! Of course; all cats do.

As an aside, every time I hear about Cole and Marmalade, that song goes through my mind: “Cole and Marmalade for tea, sailing ships upon the sea…” -via Tastefully Offensive

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Real Life Movie Locations: No Country for Old Men

The dark and gripping 2007 Coen brothers movie No Country for Old Men was an adaptation of a Cormac McCarthy novel with the same title. The blogger behind Then & Now Movie Locations visited the places where it was shot, including locations in Albuquerque and Las Vegas, New Mexico. Pictured above is the Regal Motel in Las Vegas, where Llewelyn Moss hid while fleeing the relentless hitman Anton Chigurth. You can see more comparison photos here (warning: auto-sound).


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Jake, the Lamb with Five Legs

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A new lamb was born in Wales last week with five legs: two in the rear and three up front. It might be tempting to relish an extra “leg of lamb” from this lamb, but that won’t be happening.

Bethan Davies, who runs Rhiwlas Farm, where Jake was born, at Llanwddyn, North Wales, said he will be spared a trip to the butcher and stay with her as a pet.

She said: “The plan would normally be that he would go into the food chain but we’ve decided we’re going to keep him as a bit of a farm mascot.

“We’ve named him Jake, like Jake the peg with his extra leg – we couldn’t call him anything else really.”

I looked that up, it’a reference to a 1965 comedy song by Australian comedian Rolf Harris. Jake the lamb is a week old and his leg appears to be complete and functioning. He should do well with it. See more pictures at Caters News.

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The World’s Longest Beard Is One of the Smithsonian’s Strangest Artifacts

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This is Hans Langseth (1846-1927) of North Dakota. He was one of the beardiest men who ever lived. When he died, his beard was the longest in the world at 17 feet and 6 inches.

(Photo: Smithsonian Institutional Archives)

Langseth began growing his beard at the age of 19 for a beard competition. He then kept it for the rest of his life. After his death, his beard eventually ended up in the Smithsonian Institution, where it remains to this day. With different colors from different stages of his life and wheat kernels from his days as a farmer, the beard is an organic record of Langseth’s life. If there's a facial hair equivalent of dendrochronology, then Langseth's beard provides the most remarkable sample. You can see more photos at Smithsonian magazine.

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Helicopter Parenting

Chris Early of Knoxville, Tennessee, has made the term “helicopter parenting” quite literal, when he used his new video production drone to remotely watch his daughter walk to school without her knowledge.

A few weeks ago Chris's eight-year-old daughter Katie asked to walk to school on her own. Chris said, "She said you're not going to come watch me, but I had another idea."

He got out his drone and took video of her on the way to school. Early says, "I could see other people looking up and I'm sure Katie was just like aw it's my dad."

Katie goes out and flies the drone with her dad. So what does she thinks of that ? Katie says, "I was like oh wow! He didn't tell me so I was pretty surprised."

Yeah, my kids were pretty surprised to find out that I was driving around the neighborhood the first time they walked home from school alone, but that was years after the fact. Now, if my parents had been able to see where I was going and what I was doing as a child, it might have driven them into an early grave. -via The Mary Sue

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Fun Street Art That Only Appears When The Ground Is Wet

Street art is no longer considered merely a public eyesore, and artists such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey have legitimized street art by making it profitable.

However, there are still plenty of street art masterminds out there who are more concerned with making the urban environment more colorful than making millions of dollars.

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Peregrine Church is one of these humble proponents of urban art fun, and his innovative technique leaves the city sidewalks looking squeaky clean- until it rains.

Church uses hydrophilic chemicals (activated by water) to create his whimsical pieces, and these chemicals last "anywhere from four months to a year", so his Rainworks won't stain the sidewalk forever.

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Predator Hunting Club - Shoot First, Ask Questions Later


Predator Hunting Club by Nemons

Humans didn't reach the top of the food chain by accident, so when their position as apex predator was threatened by an extraterrestrial force the hunted banded together and become the hunters. The first official Predator Hunting Club chapter opened in 1987 after Dutch returned from Val Verde with troubling news about an imminent alien invasion and the battle damage to prove it. Since then contractors, mercs and veterans of all sorts have been gathering, gatling guns in hand, to take down those dreadlocked alien a-holes in hopes of mounting the ultimate trophy on their wall...

Show the world you mean business with this Predator Hunting Club t-shirt by Nemons, it's the fun way to show love for your favorite fictional hobby- hunting aliens!

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