Showing posts with label practical joke. Show all posts
Showing posts with label practical joke. Show all posts

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Improv Eveywhere filled a park with quadruplets








Improv Everywhere filled a New York park with eight sets of identical quadruplets (or pretended to with fx and editing). Double takes ensue.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Link roundup

(The last batch of starred items saved in Google Reader.)


The Mississippi River Basin Model. Via.




"World champion freediver Guillaume Nery special dive at Dean's Blue Hole, the deepest blue hole in the world filmed entirely on breath hold by the french champion Julie Gautier. This video is a FICTION and an ARTISTIC PROJECT." Via.




Pete Rose via.




"Zuckerberg's Bizarre Facebook Insignia Revealed, And What It Means." Via.




April Fool's prank makes a copier voice-activated. Via.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Link roundup

(I don't know if my starred items are going to survive the upcoming changes to Google Reader, so I'm slowly clearing them out and posting the best ones.)


The winner of Gizmodo's holiday card contest 2010.




Hamster-powered walker. Via.




Mirror monster comes to life practical joke. Via these sites.




Beyonce surprises a middle school class and dances with the kids. Via these sites.




Lioness stalks baby at zoo. Via these fine sites.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Bad Dudes, the movie (link roundup)




Movie posters for Bad Dudes and Pro Wrestling - - both from this week's edition of Photoshop Phriday.

And a few more links:

1. The FTC's new rules on disclosures of conflicts of interest seem like nothing more than a weapon to go after people they don't like - - apparently they're not going to go after Gwyneth Paltrow because she's famous and thus assumed to be a shill. Via.

2. Meanwhile an expert who has repeatedly been quoted as supporting health care reform was paid $300,000 by the Obama administration. Neither he nor the White House saw a reason to mention the payment. More here, here, and here.

3. A history of Gilbert Arenas' cruel private jokes. In a bit of foreshadowing, when Javaris Crittenton was traded to the Wizards, he was asked about Arenas' history of practical jokes, and said, "I've heard about Gil, but I don't think he'll do that."

*Previously: Pro Wrestling tribute by Jim Rugg.

*Buy wrestling belts at eBay.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Katamari Damacy plus Shadow of the Colossus equals... (link roundup)



Katamari Damacy/Shadow of the Colossus mashup. Via this collection of weird Katamari art.

And a few more links:

1. News to me: "H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds was an allegory about the injustice of European imperial rule of Africa, China and India."

2. Good article about soldiers ambushed in Afghanistan:

The Americans, seasoned by years of war here and in Iraq, would seek to create an intricately violent response, designed to undo the odds, save the pinned soldiers and kill the insurgents who, for a moment, had shown themselves.
3. Pranksters installed swings on San Francisco's BART.

4. Quality commentary on the Supreme Court upholding the FCC's indecency fines:
I propose this deal: the baby boomers can continue their astonishing string of selling out every single principle they ever claimed to have (R.I.P George Carlin) and keep their precious network television. Meanwhile, Gen X and the Millennials can have the internet. Oh, we're already doing that? Cool.
*Previously: Lego Shadow of the Colossus.

*Buy Shadow of the Colossus toys at eBay.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

GameSetWatch catches GamePro plagiarizing its site

Hm, faithful GameSetWatch readers, it's time to admit something rather naughty. We played a little practical joke on IDG's GamePro.com, because we noticed them 'borrowing' some data from us without crediting.

The following is a cautionary tale about plagiarism and factchecking. If you are a professional journalist, please avert your eyes. If you're at all tickled by 'things game journos do to amuse themselves', please continue reading, forthwith.

Read on. Via.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008