Editor’s Note: Viewer discretion is advised. Apple lovers and Jony Ive might be disturbed by the content that follows. Also: RIP iPhone 6 Camera
Hate the iPhone 6′s protruding camera? Feel like it totally takes away from the entire design? Can’t stand that the phone can’t lay flat on its back? The folks at PeripateticPandas agree with you, and they have an… um… industrial fix for you.
Not satisfied with the suggestion that he ‘put a case on it,’ the video’s protagonist decides to take matters into his own hands and grind the thing down till it’s flush with the body. Pros: no more wobble when he sets it down on the table, or snagging on his pocket. Cons: we’re pretty sure that camera is toast. Worth it?
You’ll want to watch this again and again.
The aghast expression on the anchor’s face is the perfect capper.
In a significant discovery that sheds new light on the region’s history, archaeologists excavating a site on Capitol Hill reportedly unearthed evidence this week suggesting that humans once passed laws there.
The team of researchers from the University of Maryland confirmed that it collected a wealth of writing implements and ancient documents, which appeared to indicate that, in earlier ages, approximately 500 humans assembled at a centralized location and worked as a group, with the apparent goal of creating a system of rules designed to govern behavior.
“Our finding that early inhabitants used to work toward the common objective of improving society through formal, cooperative efforts completely changes what we knew about the Washington D.C. region,” said lead archaeologist Peter Douglas, who expressed admiration for the sophisticated, self-sufficient civilization that once flourished along the banks of the Potomac River. “In fact, based on the sheer number of artifacts that we’ve unearthed, it appears this practice of law-crafting may have been their primary livelihood.”
September 15, 2014
Alaska Dispatch News
Sing along, boys and girls, to the tune of the “Beverly Hillbillies” theme song:
Come and listen to a story
‘bout a woman named Palin.
At private-sector jobs
she was always a-failin’,
Then one day
she got into the politics game,
And up through the web
came a bubblin’ fame.
Celebrity that is, money for nothin’, Tea Party!
Well, the first thing you know
ol’ Palin’s a millionaire,
Alaska voters said, “Palin move away from there,”
Said, “The screen’s where you oughtta be.”
So they gassed up the snowmachine and moved onto TV.
Reality that is: Bristol’s Bayou, pay-per-view, cage match …
Yes, for those of you who were out hunting and missed it, the 49th state’s favorite, half-term, ex-governor and her clan are home for a spell and back at it again. This time it’s a made-for-the-internet brawl in Oceanview, an upper middle-class Anchorage neighborhood.
Hooooow refeshing to see a foreigner give his view about the gun culture in America!!
Fair warning though, it’s a bit not safe for work cause there’s a lot a fucking swearing!!
Hilarious take on the Ferguson Police Dept.
Special Thanks To:
The Sleepy Burrow Wombat Sanctuary
The Lincoln Childrens Zoo
Film Footage courtesy of Shutterstock, Inc., Used by Permission
Illustration from Anatomy & Physiology, Connexions/OpenStax College
NEW Joey Inside A Tree Kangaroo Pouch/Lincoln Childrens Zoo
Wombat Running/ Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
Baby Wombat Grazes out of Mom’s Pouch/kscrosson
Two wombats digging very enthusiastically/Booze Rivers
female digs with joey in pouch/ Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
joey trying to get out of pouch/ Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
Wombat Pinkie joeys/Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
cute wombat staring & chewing/Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
two wombats playing/Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
funny mouth open/Sleepy Burrow Sanctuary
Very Angry Koala - Did you know why aggressive Koala are/jenson