How to Turn Your Used Electronics Into Cash

Do you have a drawer full of old phones? Whether they are worn out, obsolete, or just not the latest version, they tend to accumulate because you paid too much to just throw them out. I've only used two cell phones in my life, but have boxes full of what the kids upgraded. There are ways to get some value out of those electronics, by turning them in for store credit or possibly even cash. Lifehacker has details on turning your old devices over to Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and Amazon, and some advice for selling them outright. I would also recommend reading the comments, for the experiences of people who have used these and other methods.

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Gorgeous Fan Art Of The Women Of The Marvel Universe

The women of the Marvel Universe are not disparaged or marginalized, they're extremely powerful and treated as equals by the guys they regularly best in battle.

They also each have their own signature style of dress which isn't limited to capes and spandex, and their costumes often become as much a part of their identity as their powers.

Now I wouldn't call these beautiful fan art pieces by illustrator and colorist Michi faithful adaptations of the characters from the comics, they're more like imaginative redesigns rendered in a painterly, post-modern style.

In other words they're quite nice to look at online but would look even more amazing hanging on your wall!

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Lego In Real Life

A guy makes toast and eggs for breakfast, except his ingredients are LEGO bricks. This stop-motion animation was made in the style of PES films, like Fresh Guacamole. Short and sweet, and satisfying.

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This video took BrickBrosProductions three days and 1,500 still images to create. -via Digg


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Some Of The Most Creative Amazon Product Reviews

Sometimes searching for stuff on Amazon feels like you're stuck in the Amazon jungle, because you can search and search forever then click on a suggested product and end up down a different path, leaving you lost in the jungle.

I've searched for stuff on Amazon then realized I was still searching over an hour later yet unable to remember what I initially went on Amazon to find, making me feel like I have Amazon-esia.

Every time I head down the Amazon rabbit hole and look at all the crazy crap they sell I find myself wondering "who would buy this crazy crap?" and "who would admit to buying this crazy crap by leaving a review?"

A dad who wears a rubber penguin mask to sings lullabies to his kids, that's who!

See Amazon Reviews That Gave Way To Insane Amounts Of Twisted Creativity here


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Ready Player One Teaser

Ready Player One is a story that takes place in the future, the year 2044 to be exact, mostly in a virtual reality game with real-world implications that will entice all serious players. The Wikipedia link contains plot spoilers, so just watch the teaser from San Diego Comic Con.

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If the movie becomes a hit and a classic, expect a backlash in the year 2044 as people complain we don't have the futuristic innovations of the movie -or else relief if we don't have the deprivations shown. Based on the 2011 novel by Ernest Cline, the movie was produced and directed by Steven Spielberg. Ready Player One will be in theaters in March of 2018. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Reasons Why Your Cat Won't Stop Meowing

Some people think their cat meows at them all day because it wants their attention or because it "likes to talk". But really their cat is meowing at them because they can't speak human but want their human to know something is up.

This something could be boredom, physical pain or simply to get their owners to praise them for their great meowing skills.

However, you shouldn't disregard your cat's meowing until you know for sure there's nothing wrong with them, especially if the cat suddenly becomes way more talkative than before.

I once had a cat who kept meowing her head off until she was hoarse, and we thought she was just after our attention- turns out she had a tooth that needed to be pulled and an abcess in her gums, and had we waited any longer to take her in to the vet she might have died. Listen to your kitties, folks!

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Missile Control

This picture was taken at the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site in South Dakota. This is an example of the kind of gallows humor that must have gone along with the assignment to man the ICBM launch facility. Tony Gatlin painted this door in 1989. As he tells the story, the Domino's Pizza theme was selected because of the colors of paint they had available.

At the time, Domino’s Pizza was famous for its “thirty-minute” guarantee – your pizza in 30 minutes or less, or your next one was free. Perfect. I decided to appropriate the slogan for our artwork and came up with my first draft, “Rapid City to Moscow in 30 minutes or less,” but Rob pointed out that was probably a little too, um, blunt, so we changed it to “world-wide delivery” to be a little less specific.

Note there is no handle on the door. The facility was manned 24 hours a day during the Cold War, and someone had to let you in from the inside. -via reddit


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Cacodemon - Your Breath Smells Like Heavy Metal


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There is no creature more metal than the Cacodemon, because it looks like every dark fantasy dream you've ever had and blends perfectly in to the cover art of every heavy metal album you own. And to top it all off the Cacodemon is a creature from a Hell dimesion, so nothing says "metal rules!" like the doom and ultimate destruction of mankind at the hands, or should I say mouths, of demonic creatures like the Cacodemon!

Dress for the horror of the real world by wearing this Cacodemon t-shirt by daletheskater, it's the utterly terrifying way to keep your geeky wardrobe totally metal while making your gamer buddies grin like, well, like Cacodemons!

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The 100 Greatest American Cooks of All Time

Any list of the 100 best in their field can start an argument, but when a list of the greatest American cooks started out with J. Kenji López-Alt, I knew it was legit. I discovered López-Alt because he has the answers to kitchen questions I search the 'net for, even after decades of cooking. I've learned a lot about food science from his easy-to-read posts at Serious Eats. Many of the cooks on the list have a full article about them linked, which could keep you busy for some time. For example, I discovered the story of Zephyr Wright, who cooked for Lyndon and Ladybird Johnson for decades.

Wright's influence extended beyond the White House kitchen. Back when LBJ was in Congress, the Johnsons would drive back-and-forth from Washington, D.C. to central Texas during legislative recesses. Wright suffered so many indignities on those trips due to segregation customs and laws that she ultimately refused to travel by car and stayed in D.C. year-round. While LBJ built support in Congress for the 1964 Civil Rights Act, he used Wright's Jim Crow experiences to shame reluctant legislators into supporting the landmark legislation. After signing the landmark legislation, LBJ gave Wright one of the signing pens. “You deserve this more than anyone else,” he said.

Which just goes to show that being one of the greatest American cooks does not always focus on just one's cooking. Read the entire unranked list at Epicurious. -via Metafilter

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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An Ode To Love

A man stranded on a tiny island has nothing but a stick and his imagination. The stick brings that imagination to life for him. Before long, the stick is a stand-in for everything he ever had or ever thought about. Through it, he experiences joy, excitement, humor, rage, despair, disappointment, and even jealousy. That's an awful lot to pack into one wordless cartoon with only one character. Unless you count the stick.

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An Ode to Love is an award-winning animated short film by Matthew Darragh. -via Laughing Squid  


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Mr. Handsome Needs a Home

The Chatham County (North Carolina) Animal Shelter came into possession of a 31-pound stray cat last week. He soon came to be called Mr. Handsome, and found his own sleeping place on a shelf in the center's office. Although he was obviously fed and loved by someone, his owner has not been found

“We have never had a cat this big in the 10 years I’ve been here,” said Ginny Jenrette of Chatham County Animal Services (CCAS). “I also worked at a veterinary clinic prior to this and the largest cat I had seen there was 26 pounds.”

This feline, which is being kept in an office because he is too large to fit properly inside a standard kennel, weighs in at 31.4 pounds.

The shelter is now looking for a qualified home for Mr. Handsome. To be considered, an applicant must have a veterinarian willing to watch after his health and weight. The application form is here. -via Mashable

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A Sneak Peek at Justice League

The next DC Comics movie is Justice League. The group established its core characters in Batman v Superman, with a glimpse of Wonder Woman, who we got to know better this summer. Next they will be joined by Aquaman, the Flash, and Cyborg from the comics. An extended preview was released at San Diego Comic Con.

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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Justice League will be in theaters November 17. -via Tastefully Offensive


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Remembering Hair-Raising Landings at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Airport

Kai Tak International Airport operated in Hong Kong from 1925 to 1998. It was an unusual airport even for the small planes of 1925, built inside a bowl surrounded by mountains. The city grew up around the airport until it was ringed by skyscrapers as well as mountains. Then as commercial airline traffic increased, a runway was constructed outward into Victoria Harbor in 1958. Runway 13/31 eventually became the single busiest runway in the world, with 36 takeoffs and landings per hour. And those landings were so terrifying, a name was coined for them: the Kai Tak Heart Attack.

An aircraft with clearance to land on Runway 13/31 began its approach across Victoria Harbor, home to one of the world’s busiest ports, and densely populated Kowloon. Upon sighting “Checkerboard Hill”—an orange-and-white painted marker above a park—the pilot veered right. This low-altitude, 47-degree turn took place at nearly 200 miles per hour, just two nautical miles from the runway. From there, the aircraft shot over apartment buildings and bustling streets—in addition to plane-spotters on the roof of Kai Tak’s parking garage, before the wheels touched finally touched down, probably with an audible sigh of relief.

Typhoon season only complicated those maneuvers. Read about the erstwhile Kai Tak airport and see pictures taken through its history at Atlas Obscura.


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A Millennial on Wheel of Fortune

The sad part of this story is that buying a home can often be cheaper than renting an apartment. But good luck getting a down payment and a mortgage when you are on the hook for huge school loans, and good luck finding a job with security in a stable community. This is the latest comic by Dami Lee, inspired by a Tweet from duumb!


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Frank Zappa's Panty Quilt

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Frank Zappa's 1981 tour featured a musical sequence called "Panty Rap" that you don't want your boss to hear at the workplace, due to the subject matter. He encouraged women to throw their underpants on stage. Many women responded, and bras were often thrown, too. After the tour was over, he commissioned this quilt made of the collected underwear. Emily Alana James is the artist who converted the clothing into a quilt. She tells us about the quilt project in this interview

I was introduced to Frank only because I sent in the message through my friend that I wanted to do the quilt. He would have said yes to anyone who asked. He couldn't have cared less how it turned out, only that he followed through on what he said he would do. After all he told fans to bring underwear and he would have it made into a quilt. He told me he had intended to visit a local college in hope of finding someone. I saved him the trouble, that's all.  

Look closely, and you'll see that the pattern is the queen of spades with Zappa's face.

The finished artwork now hangs in the Hard Rock cafe in Biloxi, Mississippi. -via Bits and Pieces


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Times When Rampant Substance Abuse Led To Cinematic Genius

Some of the greatest works of cinematic genius were created while under the influence, like the original Star Wars trilogy, Cool Runnings and The Highlander, memorable movies the creators may not remember making.

Star Wars character animator Phil Tippett supposedly came up with the Rancor monster's design while on acid after receiving a vision of a creature that looked like "a cross between a bear and a potato". So like this then?

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They're not exactly cinematic genius, but the co-writer of hit family movies like Cool Runnings, Snow Dogs and the the original outlines for Shrek is named Tommy Swerdlow- and he was high on heroin the whole time.

That seems odd for the writer of family friendly flicks, but tons of booze on the set of The Highlander definitely makes sense:

Christopher Lambert, Highlander himself, remembers the extras pounding Scotch between takes, causing them to "[go] at it for real" right there on the set (hopefully he means fighting and not something else). Lambert doesn't say whether he partook, but that probably wouldn't have been a smart idea given that he was trying to act in a language he barely knew.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Connery was the hardest drinker of all. Mulcahy recalls that on the plane ride to the shooting location, Connery produced a bottle of homemade Scotch, which is apparently a thing, and offered him a sip, which "blew his brains out." Later, after a mishap during a scene in which Clancy Brown was supposed to slice a table in two with his sword, a chunk of it nearly took Connery's head off. Brown called a special meeting to apologize to Connery, who waved him off with a cool "Maybe we'll use my stunt double more." That is not the reaction of a man who is not impaired by Scottish moonshine.

See 6 Times Rampant Substance Abuse Led To Cinematic Genius here (NSFW language)


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The Scariest Rides At The Fair, Ranked By An Anxious Man

We are now in the season for county and state fairs, and the rickety traveling carnivals that accompany them. Thrill rides are as popular as ever, with the scariest ones drawing the longest lines. Mark Shrayber is terrified of carnival rides, yet he can't help but ride them. Go figure. In case you haven't been to a carnival in a while, he helpfully describes his experiences with the scariest thrill rides, with videos of each ride in case his description isn't clear enough. He ranked the Cliffhanger as number one.

Sometimes called Superman (although not nearly as scary as the rollercoaster), this ride puts you flat on your stomach and then swings you around higher and higher with each passing second. It’s fun and freeing in theory, but if you’re an anxious person you’ll spend the entire journey wondering whether you’ll a) fall off because you’re not secured in place or b) actually hit the ground when the ride rushes you to meet it face-first.

At one fair, a ride attendant (16, I asked) did not lock down my restraint and then decided not to do a security check because, why bother, you’re just going 40 feet into the sky at high speeds. She started the ride and I had to spin by her three times screaming “I’m going to die!” before she stopped the ride and sauntered by to help. “Whoops,” she said, comforting me. “You have no idea how often that happens.”

That's a little misleading; all eight rides in this list are ranked at number one. Read Shrayber's thrill ride stories, complete with NSFW text, at Uproxx. 

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Movies That Almost Starred Tom Hanks

Tom Hanks has starred in many high grossing and extremely popular films, movies which will forever be known as "Tom Hanks movies" and therefore impossible to imagine with anyone else in the lead role.

He's also had quite a bit of luck scoring great roles, luck which may have run out had he starred in an awful movie like Super Mario Bros.- his replacement Bob Hoskins called the movie "his biggest disappointment in life."

It's also fun to imagine how different movies like Shawshank Redemption, When Harry Met Sally or Groundhog Day would have looked if they'd starred Tom Hanks:

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On second thought those movies are great the way they are!

See 16 Movies That Almost Starred Tom Hanks at Mental Floss


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Surely Not Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting - Your Wit Is Fast As Lightning


Surely Not Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting by TimArms

Everybody knows the song where they talk about how everybody was kung fu fighting and their moves were fast as lightning and stuff, but doesn't that song seem a bit far fetched to you? I mean, with all the martial arts out there these bad mofos all chose to learn and fight with kung fu? There wasn't one boxer, jiu jitsu grappler or capoeira master in the mix? Man, that sounds like a movie that's missing some key cool, jack, and kung fu ain't the end all, y'all! Martial arts are badass, whether they kung fu or not, so open your minds to other fighting styles and you'll find everybody wants to do their own thang!

Get geared up for action with this Surely Not Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting t-shirt by TimArms, it's a funny way to say "I get it, kung fu is cool, but all martial arts are cool, fool!"

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British Airways Safety Video

British Airways teamed up with Comic Relief to make a new flight safety video based on the premise of people auditioning for a role in the safety video. A selection of top British performers do their best, but the director (comedian Asim Chaudhry) is more impressed with some than with others.

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Honestly, when Sir Ian McKellan tells you to put on your oxygen mask, you listen. The video is actually a combination flight safety video and fundraising appeal for the charity Flying Start. It will be shown on flights beginning in September. There's also a behind-the-scenes look and some outtakes here.


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What Would Happen If Fictional Villains Actually Won

Storytellers love to stress that any evil being who threatens the heroes must be eliminated for the good of us all, but since the stories end with goodness prevailing we never get to see what life under an evil thumb would look like.

It's said to be horrible, with lots of enslavement, torture and skin flaying, but the baddies who simply work you to death don't really seem so bad after all, since it's easy to both skip out on work and fake your own death.

Bowser can't even keep track of the stuff that goes on in his own castle so life under his rule would be pretty much the same, only with more turtles and spikes.

And, as this JHALL comic shows, Loki would realize he made a horrible mistake ten minutes after he subjugated humanity- because humans are awful!

See What Would Happen If Fictional Villains Actually Won here


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Dali's Mustache is Still Intact

Surrealist painter Salvador Dali died in 1989 and was buried under the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. For the past ten years, Maria Pilar Abel has been fighting to be recognized as Dali's daughter. She claims she is the product of a liaison between Dali and her mother in 1955, which would make her Dali's only child. To research the claim, Dali's crypt was opened Thursday after the museum closed in order to extract tissue for a DNA test.     

Narcís Bardalet, the embalmer who tended Dalí’s body after his death in 1989 and helped with the exhumation on Thursday night, said he had been delighted to see the surrealist’s best-known feature once again.

“His moustache is still intact, [like clock hands at] 10 past 10, just as he liked it. It’s a miracle,” he told the Catalan radio station RAC1.

Otherwise, Dali's body had hardened so much that an electric saw was needed to take samples. After the DNA test, the samples will be returned to the crypt. The results of the DNA test will take about a month. Read more on the story at The Guardian. -via Metafilter


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Celebrities Drawn In the Negative

Liam York (misteryorkie) is a self-taught artist who draws portraits of celebrities in inverted light. They are almost recognizable, but when photographed, and then rendered in a negative, they become true to form!

See more of York's art at DeviantART. You can buy prints of his work here. -via Laughing Squid


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The Walking Dead Season 8 Official Comic-Con Trailer

The first trailer for season eight of The Walking Dead, which premieres on October 22, was unveiled at San Diego Comic Con on Friday. This video contains NSFW language, despite the fact that it's from a TV show.

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There's a lot of action, explosions, shooting, and an inspirational speech or two, but not nearly enough zombies. But then, it's only a few minutes of clips that try not to give too much away.  Every frame will be examined and speculated on in the next few days. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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The Passage of Time

This is a really clever illustration of how we build a life and build a legacy. It also shows how what we do affects other people in ways we cannot always predict. If that legacy was a bit more solid, it would be easier for the next generation to build upon it instead of starting all over. This is the latest from John McNamee at Pie Comic.


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Why a Total Solar Eclipse is Such a Big Deal

The total solar eclipse that will cross the U.S. on August 21st is a big deal. "Eclipse" is not so rare, but "solar" is, and "total" even more so. It doesn't happen often, and the view is expected to be spectacular. Get a preview in this video from Vox.

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Sadly, my plan to drive two hours or so to see the eclipse has been canceled. August 21st is move-in day at my youngest kid's new college. But we will see a partial solar eclipse, which will cover all of the lower 48. And if you live too far away to get to the path of totality, you'll still see plenty of reports on the internet. -via Kottke


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A Photographic History Of The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus

The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus we once knew and loved officially packed up its tent for the last time on May 21st, after 146 years of putting on the Greatest Show On Earth.

Low ticket sales, restrictions on animal acts and the increased cost of operation caused Ringling Bros. to derail, and now we're left with nothing but the memories of what went on under the Big Top for over a century.

Don't get me wrong, it's a good thing we now have stricter laws regarding animal acts, but I'm always sad to see a part of our history fade away and can't help but feel bad for kids who won't get to see the circus come to town.

BuzzFeed put together a high-flying assortment of photos that span the one and a half centuries of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey history, so we can look back on what made the circus so great even after it's gone for good.

See This Is What Over 100 Years Of Circus History Look Like here


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Our New Favorite Alien from Star Wars

The eighth episode of the Star Wars saga, The Last Jedi, will hit theaters in December. One of the characters, seen in the behind-the-scenes video released last week, has already drawn considerable notice around the internet because he's so cute. He's a porg on the planet Ahch-To that Luke Skywalker lives on. Pablo Hidalgo from the Lucasfilm Story Group explains what a porg is.

Porgs are native to Ahch-To, and can be found dwelling along the cliffs of the island where Luke and Rey are. In many ways, they’re the Star Wars version of puffins. They build nests. They can fly. Their babies are called porglets.

We don't know much about the role porgs will play in The Last Jedi, but it's fun to speculate that Luke talked to them in his solitude, like Tom Hanks talked to Wilson the volleyball in Castaway. One thing you can be sure of is that porgs will be a part of Star Wars toy merchandising this Christmas. -via Uproxx


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Seat Belts And Plane Crashes

When I hear a pilot tell us to return to our seats and put on our seat belts I imagine a major turbulence is headed our way and they want us to strap in so we don't go flying around the cabin.

This isn't necessarily what the pilot is thinking, usually they just use that buckled strap of fabric as a crowd control device, keeping us seated and the aisles clear in case the s#%t hits the turbine.

Because as we all know, and this Extra Fabulous Comics comic shows, that strap attached to our seats isn't going to do a damn bit of good if the plane crashes- but it'll make the clean up crew's job easier!

-Via Geeks Are Sexy


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Bobbies On The Beat - A Different Kind Of Cop Rock


Bobbies on the Beat by stíobhart matulevicz

They say there's a frustrated drummer lurking inside every Bobbie on the beat, and that's why they enjoy taking their baton to people's skulls- they're just trying to hammer out a rhythm they've got floating around in their mind. And if you think about it drummers and coppers have a lot in common- they both like beating on skins, they both get really sweaty and make funny faces while "performing", and they both have a beat they have to stick to or else they'll get fired.

Add some irreverent humor to your wardrobe with this Bobbies on the Beat t-shirt by Stiobhart Matulevicz, featuring a fun design a select few with your same sense of humor will find hilarious!

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