Your first look at Woola and Tars Tarkas from John Carter

Six new photos of the upcoming Martian epic John Carter have recently hit the web. They're not huge (and about a third of them involve Gambit idly staring at stuff, didn't know Edgar Rice Burroughs invented the character, Marvel must have picked him up in public domain) but they do offer glimpses of Carter's loyal pet… » 3/07/15 10:06pm 3/07/15 10:06pm

You Know What Color This Dress Is? 'FUCKING UGLY'

You know that thing in movies where people take a nap and the world ends while they're doing it? Well, that happened today. Except when I woke up from my nap, a picture of a dress had been posted and now the world won't fucking shut up about it. Is it Gold and White or Black and Blue? Does it really fucking matter?… » 2/26/15 11:43pm 2/26/15 11:43pm

Politico's Dylan Byers Works for Fox News PR

Dylan Byers, the dumbest media reporter alive, has typed up some thoughts at The Politico about, as his headline puts it, "Why the Bill O'Reilly charges aren't sticking." Aren't they? Or at least, isn't their "sticking" or not "sticking" in some way related to the work of a media desk such as The Politico's? » 2/23/15 4:47pm 2/23/15 4:47pm

Anchor Who Called Gaga's Music "Jigaboo": "I Had No Idea It Was a Word"

Earlier today, Fox 8's Kristi Capel marveled over Lady Gaga's Oscar performance by saying that generally, "It's hard to hear her voice with all the jigaboo music...that she...whatever you want to call it...jigaboo, haha!" » 2/23/15 1:27pm 2/23/15 1:27pm

Bette Davis Talking About Gender Roles in 1963: Awesome

The latest installment of PBS's wonderful series Blank on Blank, in which they pair old interviews with famous people with wonderful animations, is here! And it features the illustrious Bette Davis, speaking about being outspoken and intelligent in her line of business and how the experience of being a woman has… » 2/07/15 9:45pm 2/07/15 9:45pm

How to Take a Step Back at Work and Focus on the Big Picture

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It's easy to get lost in the weeds at work. While being heads down has its place, it's equally critical to look up: to reflect on how things are going, to consider alternative strategies, and to ask yourself the hard, high-level questions. How can you take a step back and look at the big picture? » 1/21/15 8:08pm 1/21/15 8:08pm

The Future is Now: Welcome to The Republic of Gilead 

The Handmaid's Tale, which was first published in 1985, is a work of speculative fiction that depicts a dystopian future world. Author Margaret Atwood penned a novel that described a near future where the rights of women had been completely stripped. Women in the Republic of Gilead have no autonomy. Unfortunately,… » 1/11/15 11:05pm 1/11/15 11:05pm