‘The Simpsons’ is the longest running prime time scripted series in American television history and now News Corp., which owns the franchise, may be looking to capitalize on 22 seasons of the Emmy-winning cartoon with a channel dedicated exclusively to life in Springfield.
As recently as four years ago, funk legend Sly Stone was living in a home in Napa Valley, CA that was large enough to be described as a compound.
Those days are gone now, as Stone — whose group Sly and the Family Stone was one of the most successful acts of the late 60s and early 70s — has lost his home and his fortune due to poor financial management and crippling bouts of substance abuse.
Borders bookstores will shut their doors forever at the end of this month, and in a final kiss-off to those who patronized the once-popular chain, employees at one of Borders’ franchises hung in their display window a bitter note which listed all the things customers had done to piss them off over the years.
Musician/comedian Matt “The Mouth” Mulholland was able to recreate the entire audio track from the famous skateboard chase scene in ‘Back to the Future’ using only the power of his own voice.
Mulholland voiced the dialogue, the sound effects and the background music from the scene on different tracks and synced them to the video. As you can see (and hear) below, the results are very impressive:
Last week eBay seller Jack Mord offered up this photo of a man who lived in Bristol, Tennessee around the time of the Civil War as evidence that actor Nicolas Cage is a vampire “who quickens/reinvents himself once every 75 years or so.”
Software developer Arturo Castro was able to come up with a computer program using FaceTracker technology that allows him to both morph the faces of others onto his own in real time video and then control the expressions of this Franken-face with his facial movements.
Castro has some fun with the creepy technology in the video below, in which he shifts from Paris Hilton to Fidel Castro to Steve Jobs and then onto more famous faces.
Sick of celebrities like Jim Carrey and Tracy Morgan, who are not only rich and famous, but also pretty darn good at karaoke?
We have the antidote to that in Charles Barkley, whose tuneless rendition of Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’ at a Riverhead, Long Island karaoke bar is entertainingly bad. Or, as Sir Charles would say, “it’s turrible.” Check it out below.
In a spoof of ‘The Office‘ that aired during the Emmy Awards, characters from other popular shows made their way to Dunder-Mifflin’s confessional room and told the camera what it is about their TV workplace that gets them down.
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