Archive for February 7, 2017

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Emma Stone Breaks the Silence on Her Epically Awkward Missed Kiss Moment at Golden Globes

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In case you missed it, a couple weeks back in an awkward-coated act of utter endearment, Emma Stone went to plant a socially acceptable congratulatory kiss on her Director Damien Chazelle, for La La Land after he won an award for Best Screenplay; but he kind of stonewalled the whole thing. The cringe thrusters were set to full, and yes, it was glorious.

Now, she’s here to clear it all up once and for all…kind of.

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Dude’s Illustrative Amazon Review for ‘Constipation Aid’ Device Deserves Nothing Short of Pulitzer Prize

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This is easily the funniest Amazon ‘review’ I’ve read in a very long time. Anyone out there actually make use of this product? 

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Guy Forgets About Leaving His Number on Dippin Dots Bathroom Wall, Hilarious Conversation and Unexpected Friendship Ensues

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They don’t call it the ‘ice cream’ of the future for nothing. What we can see in this conversation here, is the beginnings of a long and fruitful friendship between likeminded bros that have an appetite for spontaneity and yes, of course, the Dippin Dots. Nobody go telling DJ Trump’s main ice-cream hating henchman, Sean Spicer about all this though…because Dots Bro is the REAL MVP.

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Sneaky Troll Smuggles Fake CDs Into Music Store, and the Album Covers are Platinum Worthy Cringe

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This Is What Happens When You Don’t Play Ball

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Hackers are Attacking Open Printers With Cool ASCII Memes in the Name of Better Cybersecurity

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The cyber is important, and if we’re going to defend our most important assets, it’s gotta start with the cyber. We’ve gotta do it.

But if you ask the hacker “stackoverflowin,” a prime component that needs protection is the printer port 9100, which is currently and totally open for external connections. Thousands of printers, apparently, are open to attack. So stackoverlfowin is showing how easy it is to hack by sending these cool ASC-II pictures, andhas hit over 150,000 printers with one piece of malicious software. 

Still, these ASCII designs are cool and stackoverflowin’s victims have been sharing the pictures on Twitter. Hopefully, they’re also closing up those ports too.

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