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The Real News Is Happening In The Background

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You know those on location news reports that happen where the incident took place, but well after the smoke has cleared?

Well, this on-the-spot reporter got more than he bargained for when a man fell out of a window behind him and brought the WTF factor to his news report.

It's random occurrences like these that make clips of the evening news watchable, even if we're just tuning in for a laugh at the expense of the newscasters.

--via Best Week Ever

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One Winged Office: A Sephiroth Song

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Apparently, the source of Sephiroth's anger was an office job from hell, who knew? Looks like the silver haired badass from Final Fantasy was misunderstood after all.

A suitable replacement soundtrack- "I Don't Like Mondays" by the Boomtown Rats.

--via Topless Robot

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A Behind The Scenes Tour Of Moonrise Kingdom

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One of the stars of Wes Anderson's latest film Moonrise Kingdom would like to take you on a hilariously lackluster behind the scenes tour.

You may have heard his name mentioned before, because he's been in a few films over the last 37 or so years of his career-Bill Murray. Does that name ring any bells?

He's a funny guy who's wearing funny clothes as he talks about this upcoming funny film. Hooray for hilarity!

--via TDW


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Does Firefly Take Place In The Same Universe As Prometheus?

Geek overlord Joss Whedon has made no attempt to hide his nerdy side from the entertainment world, and he loves to place easter eggs in his productions that make fans drool at their discovery.

This particular easter egg comes from the pilot episode of Firefly:
In the opening sequence of Firefly‘s pilot episode, “Serenity,” Nathan Fillion’s Malcolm Reynolds is fighting the Battle of Serenity Valley. And losing. But before he’s forced to lay down his guns, he hops behind a giant anti-aircraft cannon to shoot down an Alliance fighter. And when he powers up the gun, the heads-up-display reveals a very familiar logo in the top part of the screen

The logo in question is the Weyland-Yutani Corporation logo, from the Aliens film franchise. Now that would be one amazing crossover-the crew of the Serenity vs. a horde of bloodthirsty xenomorphs!


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Artists Pay Tribute To Adam Yauch

The untimely death of Adam Yauch (MCA of the seminal rap group The Beastie Boys) sparked a wave of fan tributes that hit the internet like a tsunami.

Check out these really cool MCA/Beastie Boys inspired paintings by artists who were clearly sippin' on some Brass Monkey while they were seated at the easel- Chris B. Murray, Dave MacDowell, Dan Santat, and Ken Garduno.

--via Creep Machine

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Michael Jantzen Deconstructs The Suburbs

Designer Michael Jantzen has an interesting idea about the future of (sub)urban renewal-let it all fall down.

His photo manipulation series illustrates what our neighborhoods would look like in the hands of architects more concerned with form than function.

When deconstruction becomes the latest fad in suburban architecture, we'll all have to sleep in tents on the lawn!

Link  --via Laughing Squid

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Awesome Star Wars Watercolor Paintings

These Star Wars watercolor paintings by Redditor terry_cook1 have come from a galaxy far, far away to class up your collection of geeky art.

The sketchy style, colorful splotches and intricate details make these spaced out watercolor works worthy of acclaim by art critics and galactic geeks alike. Check out the rest of these Star Wars masterpieces at the link below.

Link  --via Geeks Are Sexy

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Man Customizes His Mustang With A Sharpie

If I didn't know the back story, I never would have suspected that this custom paint job was created with permanent marker!

Chris Dunlop took the customization of his Mustang into his own hands, spending 50 hours and burning through a bunch of Sharpie pens to create this automotive masterpiece.

The only drawback- if he leaves his car outside during a particularly acidic rain storm all that hard work will go swirling down the drain.

--via AnimalNY

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Carpets Made Out Of Clothes Pins, Confetti And Plastic Forks

These carpets were made by Dutch art collective We Make Carpets, but they're not the kind of carpets that make your home full a little cozier.

Nor should you ever walk on these carpets, unless you like the feel of bloody feet, for these are strictly decorative carpets, art panels made out of recycled materials like plastic cutlery, clothes pins and other bits of brightly colored plastic.

It's a beautifully patterned comment on consumerism and form over function, and when you're tired of hanging them in your home you can chuck them in the bin and recycle them once again!

Link  --via Beautiful/Decay

previously on Neatorama- We Make Carpets --LINK


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Anthony Bourdain's Mythical Menu Item

Since I'm a big fan of that travellin' culinary man Anthony Bourdain, I was excited to hear that he'd soon be adding mythical beasts to his menu.

Then I found out that he was only joking around with a young lady, who asked him how he'd cook a unicorn at the Great GoogaMooga Festival in Brooklyn, New York.

Here's his response:
He would roast the loin, grill the legs, braise the forequarter and use the horn to pick your teeth with after the meal. For the record, unicorn marrow is delicious, he says.

I wonder how the little girl reacted to his ideas on how to prepare a unicorn?


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Unusual And Interesting Paintings By Fraser Gray

Fraser Gray's paintings aren't limited to the confines of the canvas, and his whimsical works look equally good hanging on a wall or covering it.

His paintings defy convention in many ways, and yet his subjects are, for the most part, mundane objects and average people jumbled together like visual patterns of madness.

You can peruse a few of his paintings at the Boom link below, and if you like what you see head over to Fraser's Flickr page to see many more examples of his stylish and interesting works.

Link  --via Booooooom!

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Did You Know Gaming? - A Trivia Site For Hardcore Gamers

Some gamers simply enjoy playing video games, while others are truly hardcore, surrounding themselves with gaming related merch, clothing, fan fiction and now trivia, thanks to didyouknowgaming.com.

The information contained on this trivia site is guaranteed to blow your mind, and give you lots of ammo when facing know-it-all video game aficionados at your local game shop or watering hole.

Many of the trivial tidbits found on didyouknowgaming.com will change the way you think about your favorite games, filling in an often missing back story with strange story elements and details on how the game made it to the store shelves.

Link  --via Geekosystem

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Joss Whedon Sings!

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Joss Whedon writes hit television shows, directs blockbuster films and apparently he's also one hell of a singer.

Watch him belt out a tune in an episode of This American Life from 2010, a tune from Commentary! The Musical, which originally appeared on the DVD edition of Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along. It's pure geeky musical love, don't hate!

--via Nerd Approved

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Carls Jr. Is Testing Out New Ice Cream Burger

Carls Jr.'s newest creation sounds like a little bit of dessert heaven, and may prove to be the tastiest burger ever made.

Called the Brrrger, it's an ice cream sandwich posing as a hamburger, complete with ketchup and mustard icing between two sugar cookie buns.

It's currently being tested at Carls Jr. locations in Orange County, California but hopefully these burger shaped treats will be taking the nation by storm this summer when customers can't get enough of this sweet imposter.


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Heaven And Hell Themed Nightclubs Of 1890s Paris

Late 19th century Paris was a swinging place, with nightclubs that promised to send your spirit straight to heaven, leave you lingering in a drunken limbo, or help you sin your way into the depths of hell.

These clubs provided theatrical ambiance, astoundingly detailed architecture and a never ending array of alcoholic beverages, and they were designed to take patrons on a trip to the other side, a true escapists paradise.

These amazing clubs no longer exist, but they were well documented in the 1899 book Bohemian Paris Of To-Day by William Chambers Morrow and Edouard Cucuel, which is now available via archive.org.

Link  --via i09

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Norman The Bike Riding Dog

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The dog featured in this video is named Norman, and he really gets around town on his custom, monogrammed bike!

He's eager to show the neighbors that he's more evolved than their mutts, and his sweet haircut should make him a hit with the local females.

And if Norman ever starts his own canine bike gang he will truly be the leader of the pack.

--via Laughing Squid

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Real Life Brawndo Fountain, As Seen In Idiocracy

Brawndo, the thirst mutilator energy drink enjoyed by the citizens of the future in the hilarious Mike Judge movie Idiocracy, is now a delicious reality thanks to geek visionaries Dave Dalton and Craig Berscheidt of Hammerspace.

Just make sure the switch is set to Brawndo, or you may get a face full of toilet water! It's UPS man tested, and approved by future President/Pro Wrestler Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho.

Link  --via i09

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Strange Animated Short - Ean's Day

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This strange yet stylish animated short is entitled Ean's Day, and it stars a cube headed fellow who...well...does stuff and things are all trippy and stuff.

It's a weird yet fun waste of three and a half minutes of your life, if you're into odd bits of animated nonsense.

It's free to try, and if you like it keep it as a free gift and watch it FOREVER!

--via reddit

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Can You Tell Me How To Get To Diablo III's Secret Level?

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There's a secret level in Blizzard's newest action RPG Diablo III that seems mighty out of place when compared to the rest of the game.

It's called Whimsyshire, and it's full of teddy bears, unicorns, rainbows and a color palette straight out of My Little Pony.

It's the kind of place where your character can take a break from all those undead hordes and stagnant caves, even if the killing doesn't stop at the end of the rainbow.

(Warning: this video contains game spoilers)

--via Geekosystem

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Odd Disney Merch From Around The Globe

Apparently even the mighty Disney corporation has let some rather questionable merchandise slip through the cracks over the years, and characters such as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck have been placed in compromising positions by the manufacturers of this creepy merch.

Cartoon Brew has put together a small yet entertaining selection of oddball Disney related merchandise from around the globe worthy of a "WTF?!"


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Granny G Raps About Family Values

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Granny G is a senior with hip hop in her soul, and she's got some advice for any young man thinking about bringing another fatherless child into the world.

Watch her display her serious rhyming skills on America's Got Talent, proving that you're never too old to win a rap battle.

--via Best Week Ever

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Patton Oswalt Is The Internet Troll

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Patton Oswalt stars as one of the original internet trolls in this hilarious comedy short. He's hoofed, hairy and misunderstood-get to know one of the web's most notorious figures, and you'll find that he's not such a bad guy after all!

(NSFWish due to one bad word)

--via Gizmodo

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Pop Culture Paintings By Dave MacDowell

Images of the Dude abound in the newest works by painter and pop culture junkie Dave MacDowell. They're brightly colored, tongue in cheek dedications to the gods of geekdom.

Gallery 1988 is currently showing the works of Dave MacDowell at their Santa Monica location now through June 2nd, and these works look even better in person, where the colors can pop you in the eye and the smell of nerdy desperation lingers in the air.

(NSFW due to coarse language)

Link  --via Creep Machine

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A Musical Makeover For The Professor Layton Games

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If you've ever played the video games in the Professor Layton series then you know that the one thing these games are missing is a suitably cerebral soundtrack score.

The folks at Gamological Society agreed, so they've created an alternate soundtrack for the games by using music composed by Yann Tierson.

It's just the kind of soundtrack you need to keep those mental juices flowing, as you try to puzzle your way through the often infuriating games in the Professor Layton series.

Link  --via Kotaku

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Cthulhu-Monopoly Crossover Board Game

The game is called The Doom That Came To Atlantic City, and it's sure to appeal to fans of both the Cthulhu mythos and the classic board game Monopoly.

It's full of cultists, eldritch horrors and the destruction of real estate, one RR and Park Place adjacent address at a time.

Created by Lee Moyer and Keith Baker, with pieces sculpted by Paul Komoda, The Doom is currently seeking funding via Kickstarter, so if you like the premise you can contribute and make sure this awesome game hits the shelves.

Link  --via i09

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Beautiful Japanese Manhole Covers

Talk about urban beautification! Japanese manhole covers aren't just for covering holes in the ground, they're colorful and artistic and often embody elements of Japanese culture.

Booooooom! has a rather impressive collection of Japanese manhole covers for you to peruse at the link below.

Seeing how nice they all look makes me want to grab some paint and beautify my city, too bad the local law enforcement won't appreciate my artistic efforts!


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Illustrations For The Lord Of The Rings By Frank Frazetta

Frank Frazetta created a series of illustrations for The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings back in 1975, which were released as a limited edition, signed and numbered portfolio.

The illustrations are simply amazing, and his take on the LOTR universe probably would have made Tolkien blush, due to the lack of backside armor and the abundance of gore.

The illustrations are presented complete with tears and blemishes, obviously scans from someone's personal collection, but in my opinion that doesn't really detract from the overall beauty of the illustrations, and it saves you from having to shell out $400 (going rate on Ebay) just to see them all.


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Nerdy Protest Sign Makes A Valid Point

It's hard to argue with the protest sign this guy is carrying, unless you're one of those government intelligence types and you're trying to conceal the truth about the existence of time travel technology from the masses.

I wish I could travel back in time to the moment this guy finished making his sign and snatch it up, leaving behind a note which reads "protest noted and acknowledged, have a nice day!"


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Photographer Captures Uncomfortable Images Of Commuters

Having to ride the train home after work is bad enough, but when you are crammed so tightly into each car that your face is smashed up against the window the ride home becomes a trip straight to hell.

Photographer Michael Wolf decided to capture images of commuters at their most (de)pressed, all hope lost and face pressed to the glass, in his series entitled Tokyo Compression.

The images are at once uncomfortable and undeniably humanistic, and something anyone who has been forced to ride on public transportation in a major city during rush hour can relate to.

Link  --via DesignTAXI

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Classic Nintendo Characters As Japanese Woodblock Prints

Classic Nintendo characters, from NES games like Metroid, The Legend Of Zelda and MegaMan, explore their Japanese roots in this series of illustrations by Jed Henry.

Capturing the action of old school gaming with the style of traditional Japanese woodblock prints, these beautiful full color illustrations show us what Samus, Link and MegaMan would look like in an alternate Feudal Japan themed universe.

Link  --via Comics Alliance

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