Toy Story 19

Toy Story 4 is planned for 2019. That's 24 years after the first movie. You have to wonder how long they can keep it up. This comic from Berkeley Mews gives us an idea of how the story might be ultimately wrapped up. Too bad it's an animated horror film. -via Geeks Are Sexy


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Wild By Nature - Hyrule's Original Cucco Tossing Gangsta


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Link was never down with OPP, nor is he the type of guy who likes to yoke the joker, but when a quest calls for him to unleash his savage side he's happy to go all hip hop hooray on his foes and show them he's wild by nature. That's because Link has been a badass since back in the day, so it's going to take more than a bout of amnesia and a 100-year slumber to slow his roll. But that bad boy Ganon better watch his back, because the more Link remembers about his life as the hero of Hyrule the more likely he is to hunt that Calamity creep down!

Celebrate the return of everyone's favorite pointy-eared hero with this Wild By Nature t-shirt by inkOne Art, it's the fun way to show the world you've seen Link as a legend since way back.

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This Giant Lion Sculpture Is Carved From A Single Redwood Tree

Carving wood into smooth, organic shapes is an amazing skill in its own right, but sculptors who turn raw wood into fantastic looking figures while retaining the tree's natural grain and burls are a cut above the rest.

However, a lone sculptor could spend a decade or more carving a giant redwood into a sculpture so you need a team of artists to tackle a job that big and make it an impressive act of cooperative creativity.

Chinese architect Dengding Rui Yao hired over 20 sculptors to help him bring his massive Oriental Lion sculpture to life, and his team of artists spent 3 years carving out what would become the world's largest redwood sculpture.

The Oriental Lion measures 47.5 feet long, 13 feet wide and 16 and a half feet tall, and it survived a 3000 mile trip to Wuhan's Fortune Plaza Times Square in one piece, which was a feat in and of itself!

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Elderly Feral Tomcat and Foster Kittens

Mason the feral cat was ill, injured, and infected when he was taken in by Tinykittens feral TNR program (previously at Neatorama). Because of his condition, he was placed in a home instead of being returned to the feral colony. Mason is only semi-tamed; he still won't let anyone pet him.  

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But he has adopted a litter of kittens placed in the same foster home. They make him happy. There are several more videos of Grandpa Mason and his kittens at Tiny Tuxies.  -via reddit

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Women Describe the Worst Case of Mansplaining They Have Been Subject To

Some men still deny that mansplaining is a real thing or that even if it does exist, that it's a problem, but those men obviously have never had someone assume they were completely ignorant on a subject based solely on their gender.

For those still unconvinced that mansplaining is real, Twitter user @NicholeFroio asked other women to post the most obvious thing that was ever mansplained to them and the results are beyond depressing.

There's a great round up of the responses on Buzzfeed and things men felt they had to explain to women include a man telling a woman her name was spelled wrong, multiple men telling women they didn't know the basics of the thing the woman had an advanced degree in, and men telling women how female bodies work. 

So check out more of the responses here


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That Time a Basketball Player Saved a Dolphin

More than ten years ago, we posted a story about 7' 9" Bao Xishun saving the lives of dophins by sticking his long arm down their throats to retrieve plastic they'd swallowed. It turns out there's precedent for this type of heroism. In 1978, Marine World called in Clifford Ray of the Golden State Warriors, famous for his long arms, in to save a dolphin that had swallowed a bolt! Read about the incident, and see a video, at Weird Universe.


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The Chinese Government Just Shared The Summer Jam Of 2017

Do the words "Chinese government", "global economics" or "belt and road" make you think about having some hot fun in the summertime?

I didn't think so, but your opinion of these seemingly boring words is sure to change after you watch this video featuring the song "The Belt and Road", which is bound to become the jammy jam of Summer '17!

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So what is this video all about? It's about the Belt and the Road-

The belt is an actual physical road that will connect China and Europe, and the road is a trade route (think Silk Road) that includes maritime shipping lanes and freight. At the Belt and Road Forum (yes, BARF), Jinping laid out the plan to pump $150 billion a year into 68 countries to promote trade and strengthen the Chinese foothold.

China wants to underwrite huge infrastructure projects all over the world: a coal plant in Sri Lanka, exporting to Pakistan, and expanded electricity grids in Central Asia. This isn't exactly new—China has already funded public transport in Ethiopia, for example—but it's at an unprecedented scale that will shift global trade.

But while we wait for more plans to unfold it's probably just good to numb the anxiety of shifting global powers with a song, and why not the Belt and Road?

-Via Motherboard


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Stages of the Reader

The process of getting kids to read was addressed by Lunarbaboon the other day. Grant Snider takes it a bit further and plots out the way we relate to reading throughout our lives. This comic is from Snider's Incidental Comics. You can get this comic in print or poster form; it would be a great gift for a teacher or librarian.


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College Student Uses Broken Hanger To Eat Pasta, So People Share Their Own Utensil Hack Stories

Sometimes people share stories online thinking they'll be applauded for their ingenuity and creativity only to find the internet community pitying them for their ineptitude.

A college student named Samantha proudly tweeted about how she turned a broken coat hanger into a makeshift fork and people couldn't help but feel sorry for her...and make fun of her, of course.

But Samantha's post also inspired people to tweet about their own makeshift utensils, and some of them made her idea look downright brilliant.

Of course, some of them made her idea look dumb, because paper scooper beats jagged plastic hanger fork by a mile.

-Via BuzzFeed


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Watermelon Bread Recipe

It looks like a watermelon, but it's really raisin bread! This bread recipe combines kneading the dough with mixing in your colors. It even has stripes!

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May Lynn shows us how it's done. She's done this before; your mileage may vary. The ingredients list can be copied from the YouTube page. -via Nag on the Lake

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Wacky Gardening Hacks That Actually Work

Gardening hack roundups are often full of untested tips that don't work at all or promise results that are impossible to measure, and yet we keep seraching because they're one of the most useful categories of household tips.

Rodale's Organic Life has gathered a collection of wacky gardening hacks that actually work, which is full of great ideas like using coffee filters inside pots when you plan on replanting and using old plastic milk jugs as an upcycled herb garden.

And what's going on at the top of the post? They're using pantyhose as slings for the melons they're growing on their trellis, so they don't break off prematurely. Gardening genius!

See 10 Wacky Gardening Hacks From The Internet That Actually Work here


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The Oral History of Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On"

Twenty years ago, the movie Titanic hit theaters, and suddenly the love anthem "My Heart Will Go On" was the most requested song at radio stations. That explains why I don't like it, as you can only take so many of those calls, and I didn't see the movie until years later. But you may be surprised that Celine Dion didn't care for the song much, either. Titanic director James Cameron didn't want to use it. The thought of it made Kate Winslet want to throw up. Even the song's co-producer thought it was dreary. But everyone else loved it.

“My Heart Will Go On” didn’t just take off -- it became synonymous with Cameron’s ­blockbuster movie, and a signature for Dion. Written by ­composer James Horner (who died in a 2015 plane crash at age 61) and lyricist Will Jennings, “My Heart Will Go On” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on Feb. 28, 1998, buoying the Titanic soundtrack’s 16-week run atop the Billboard 200. The song also appeared on Dion’s late-1997 disc Let’s Talk About Love, and together, the two albums sold more than 60 million copies, according to Sony Music.

How did that song get so big? Or even get into the movie? Billboard presents an oral history of "My Heart Will Go On" featuring the recollections of Celine Dion, co-producer Simon Franglen, and various people from the Titanic production. -via Digg


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Blob Zombie - Gutless And Full Of Gas


Blob Zombie by schwegel

Zombies come in all different shapes, sizes and degrees of degredation, but the most disgusting ones are full of hot air and stink to high heaven when you blast them. So survivors have taken to capturing the blob zombies so they can be used as a form of chemical warfare, an undead stinkbomb just waiting to be blown up to teach ruthless raiders a lesson....

Add some sickly green color to your geeky wardrobe with this Blob Zombie t-shirt by Schwegel, it's the delightfully disgusting way to show the world you're a zombie fan and a bit of a sicko.

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It's A Mad Mad Mad Max Fury Road World

The world had become a mad, mad, mad place well before Max went mad and fired up his Interceptor looking for revenge, but where will the madness end?

Will the post-apocalyptic world look more like the modern interpretations, or will it be full of kooky characters wearing patchwork outfits like as seen in those crazy movies of the 70s and 80s?

This video by Monkey Blood doesn't answer any of those questions, but it does answer the question nobody has ever asked- what would a Mad Max: Fury Road-It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World mashup look like?

Two words- utter madness! Also acceptable- Jonathan Winters!

It's a Mad Mad Mad Max Fury Road - Trailer from Monkey Blood on Vimeo.

-Via GeekTyrant


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Flappers Didn’t Really Wear Fringed Dresses

The latest movie version of The Great Gatsby came out, fashion historians set us straight about flapper fashions: they did not show off one's curves the way the movie costumes did. It turns out that the most iconic signifier of a flapper costume is also false: the fringe. It wasn't common at all in the Roaring Twenties. They didn't have the lightweight, synthetic fabrics that gave us fringe that swirled when dancing. So why do we always think of fringe when we think of flapper fashion? It was the movies.

“Hollywood began mining the 1920s in the 1950s, and order to make it work, they adapted the costuming of the period to look more like what people were actually wearing in the ’50s,” explains Jeanine Basinger, a film historian and the chair of Wesleyan University’s film department. The period setting, Basinger says, was less about what the ’20s were and more about what they weren’t: post-WWII. “The war was a shadow over film at the time, and to take the ’20s as a setting lifted that burden off.”

Read how movies such as Singin' in the Rain and other musicals changed our perception of fashion history at Racked.


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10 Of The Worst Animated Movies Of All Time

It's hard to decide which animated movies are the "greatest of all time", especially when you include both 2D and 3D features, but telling which ones are the worst is incredibly easy.

You just have to look for the animated films that are brazen ripoffs of good movies, unnecessary sequels nobody asked for or the ones that are simply too ugly to watch.

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AlltimeMovies put together this list of 10 Worst Animated Movies Of All Time, and while I don't feel they all deserve the "worst of all time" title every film on the list is unwatchable, so "the worst" it is!


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The Secret Life of Dutch King Willem-Alexander

When Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated in 2013, her son Willem-Alexander became king. Few people knew until this week that he was a pilot, and has continued flying Fokker 70 planes for KLM after he ascended the throne. Willem-Alexander has been a co-pilot on KLM flights twice a month for 21 years, yet passengers had no idea who was in the cockpit.  

Willem-Alexander once said that if he had not been born in a palace, his dream would have been to fly a big passenger plane such as a Boeing 747, so it is no surprise that he intends to retrain for the updated plane.

He told De Telegraaf that he never used his name when addressing passengers and was rarely recognised in uniform and wearing his KLM cap. However, he admitted that some passengers had recognised his voice.

"The advantage is that I can always say that I warmly welcome passengers on behalf of the captain and crew," he said. "Then I don't have to give my name."

He maintains his flying schedule in order to keep his pilot's license. Read more about the king's second job at BBC News.


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A Wes Anderson-Inspired Tourism Campaign For The Latvian Capital Of Riga

Whenever a director establishes their signature style other directors are bound to copy it, either because they're hacks or because they want to channel that director's iconic style into their own film.

The folks from ad agency DDB who created the Wes Anderson-inspired tourism campaign for Latvia's capital city Riga clearly wanted to add a bit of Wes' signature symmetry and cool use of color to their production.

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They also must have chosen Wes Anderson as their muse because Latvia looks like the setting of one of Wes' films, and the Latvians who star in these fun ads don't have to pretend to be quirky characters- because they're not acting.

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So far there are videos for five characters- the Taxi Driver, the Senior, the Priest, the Blogger and the Teacher, five colorful characters meant to symbolize the fact that you can "Be anything in Riga!"

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-Via DesignTAXI


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Medieval Death Bot

Several times a day, we get a new yet old obituary from a bot that Tweets reports of deaths at Medieval Death Bot. They aren't limited to royalty or any particular class, and include deaths from sources available on the web. The causes of death are intriguing, as they raise more questions than can possibly be answered.

The account, developed by Soren Häxan, also has a related Tumblr blog with information answering questions that arise about medieval deaths. For example, here's a post on why so many people were killed by "clerks." 

Most of the deaths are violent, as deaths from natural causes appear to be excluded unless they are particularly interesting. -via b3ta


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Unforgettable Video Game Moments

Video games are often far more memorable than other visual media because players interact with and affect the story, giving them a sense of satisfaction no movie or TV show can replicate.

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This interactivity also helps imprint those memorable moments in our minds, making sure gamers will never forget the first time they stepped out of the Vault in Fallout 3 or when they rode into Mexico after an intense river battle in Red Dead: Redemption.

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And who can forget when Ellie and Joel came across a herd of giraffes in that otherwise grim and dismal game The Last Of Us?

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The Pickled Head of Diogo Alves

On display in a jar at the University of Lisbon’s Faculty of Medicine, the head of Diogo Alves is remarkably well-preserved, looking much like he must have when he was last alive -in 1841.

It’s yellow, peaceful-looking, and somewhat akin to a potato.

The various physicians and anatomy technicians in the preceding hallway all address it with a mix of familiarity and indifference. It’s just there, really. Just the head of Diogo Alves, whose claims to fame include being both Portugal’s first serial killer and the last man to be hanged.

At least one half of each claim is true.

The story of Alves life and crimes is interesting, but he has become more famous as the preserved head at the medical school in the decades since. An article at Atlas Obscura addresses both. Be warned that there are pictures of the head there, but they aren't particularly gruesome.   


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Weird Simpsons VHS

The Simpsons and weird go together like Bart and crime or Krusty the Klown and heart surgery, and while the show has gone to some weird places fans have managed to top the writers by a mile with their creations.

The opening title sequence is by far the most popular part of the show to recreate, but animator Yoann Hervo didn't just recreate the intro- he reconfigured its chromosomes and created a mutant called WEIRD SIMPSONS VHS.

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-Via Art of the Title


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Mr. Biggles

The animal rescue group Cat People of Melbourne produced an article describing one of the cats they have available for adoption. You can be assured that this one is completely honest. There is no false advertising for Mr. Biggles.

Mr Biggles (also known as Lord Bigglesworth) is an utter utter utter bastard. He looks gorgeous with his slinky shiny black fur and big yellow eyes... but beware. If he doesn't like what you're doing he will give you a nip! Sometimes he likes to swipe at your feet too. It just depends on what he can reach at the time.

Mr Biggles does not like to be thwarted. He throws a catty tantrum if he can't go outside when he wants to be let out (and he wasn't allowed outside for the first couple of weeks at his carers house so there was a few tantrums!). Not being fed on time, or allowed to strut across the kitchen benches helping himself to whatever is there is also a tantrum inducing exercise.

Mr Biggles is a despot and dictator, he will let you know he is not happy, which is often because things are often just not up to his high standards. There is some warning that Lord Bigglesworth is displeased with you, his eyes will go dark and tail will start swishing harder. Mr Biggles likes his cuddles on his terms, and will sit in your lap when he decides it's time. If the stroking is not up to his standards, he will nip you.

Oh, but that's just the beginning. Mr. Biggles has a reputation to uphold, so you'll need to read the rest of the ad at PetRescue. There's also a video of an interview attempt that Mr. Biggles completely ignores. And if he's the cat for you, and you live near Melbourne, you'll have to hurry to snap up this bastard of a cat that's going viral.

Update: PetRescue has pulled the ad, because they've gotten so many applications for Mr. Biggles' adoption. But you can read the whole thing at his dedicated site.

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Nekobusters - Awww, What A Cute Little Slimeball!


Nekobusters by Jason Castick

When we hear about something strange and spectral tearing through the city we envision a terrifyingly ugly ghost, with two heads and a maw full of ectoplasmic fangs. But when the Busters showed up and discovered the ghost was shaped like a cute little Neko they didn't have the heart to bust the poor thing- so they brought it home so Slimer could have a pet!

Scare up smiles wherever you go with this Nekobusters t-shirt by Jason Castick, it's the cute and spooky way to show people you ain't afraid of no ghost- because sometimes they're really cute!

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Dad Creates Wooden Sculpture Of His Son Wearing His Favorite Darth Vader Mask

Parents can go crazy making stuff for their kids, stuff that will most likely end up stashed in a box in the garage, but when sculptor Dan Lefebvre goes crazy making stuff for his son his creations end up proudly displayed.

Dan's version of going crazy involves chopping, carving and chiseling a massive chunk of red cedar into a realistic wooden sculpture that looks just like his son wearing a Darth Vader mask.

It's really interesting to see how Dan took a daunting chunk of cedar log and shaped it to look like his son in stages, and his attention to detail definitely adds visual interest to the figure's realistic pose.

I wonder how his son feels about having to hang out with a wooden version of himself?

-Via Bored Panda


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The History of Tea

The Chinese discovered it, the Japanese revered it, and the British went nuts over tea. Oh yeah, then Americans loaded it with sugar, lemon juice, and ice cubes. Tea has always been popular, even back when it was eaten instead of being made into a drink.

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Learn the history of the second most popular drink in the world (after water) in this TED-Ed lesson from Shunan Teng. -via Geeks Are Sexy

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Stock Tank Pools Are Coming To A Backyard Near You This Summer

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Above ground pools are a great way to beat the heat and they give you a cool place to hang during those long summer days, but most above ground pools look pretty crappy compared to these shiny stock tank pools.

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It's the pool trend you're sure to see in backyards across America this summer, whether set up neatly on the patio like the photos above or just placed out back like a "hillbilly swimming pool".

And if you really dig your stock tank pool then why not dig out a space for it and integrate it into your deck? This will help keep it cool and make it look even cooler!

Pool is open for business #stocktank #stocktankpool #coolingpool #cocktailtime

A post shared by justAmom (@justamom5) on Jun 15, 2016 at 1:52pm PDT

-Via Good Housekeeping


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Getting to Know the Cast of the FX Hit Legion

Legion is an FX series that is connected to the Marvel group X-Men. It centers around a superhero who suffers from mental illness in that his superpowers are controlled by different personalities. Whatever you think of multiple personality disorder, that is an intriguing idea for a mutant superhero. The show is doing really well, so if you've just started watching or are looking for a new show to try out, you'll want to learn something about Legion, like who's in it.

For those who are unfamiliar with the name, Dan Stevens is best-known for his roles as Matthew Crawley on Downton Abbey and the Beast in the live adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. He plays David Haller, the titular character who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at a young age. As a result, Stevens went to great lengths to prepare for the role, ranging from speaking with both doctors and people with mental health issues to remaining in the dark about key details of the character and plot so as to achieve a more genuine sense of confusion about what is going on.

Read about the four actresses who play the characters around Haller on Legion at TVOM.


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This Woman Unknowingly Wore Her Engagement Ring Around Her Neck for a Year

The Huffington Post recently shared the story of an Australian man named Terry who made his girlfriend a necklace out of wood for their one year anniversary. What he didn't tell her was that inside the necklace was an engagement ring.

His girlfriend wore the necklace for a whole year and a half before Terry decided to propose. When he did, he asked her to hand him the necklace so he could take a picture of it. Then he used a knife to open the secret latch to reveal the engagement ring inside. She said yes immediately, but it took her a moment before she realized that she had been wearing the ring around her neck the whole time.

You can read the whole story at The Huffington Post

Via Newser


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The Biggest Movie From the Year You Were Born

If you were born any time in the last 100 years, the biggest movie of that year will be listed at Thrillist. But there's more: you'll find out the movie that made the most money that year, the movie that won the Oscar for Best Picture (if applicable), and the movie that stands up as the best quality film of the year these many years later. Cool. I checked my birth year, 1958.  

The BIGGEST movie was South Pacific, which grossed 36.8 million in the United States.
The Best Picture winner was Gigi, which also won Oscars for Best Director (Vincente Minnelli), Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Color, Best Costume Design, Best Film Editing, Best Musical Score, and Best Original Song ("Gigi")
But the best movie was Vertigo. Alfred Hitchcock came close to landing on this list with Rear Window in 1954, but there can be no denying the raw cinematic power of Jimmy Stewart sweating his way through San Francisco, a preternatural fear of heights, and a mourning-catalyzed obsession with Kim Novak.

See the entire list at Thrillist. -via Digg


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