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The things we like so much about the current state of television are actually strangling our favorite shows.
When asked why, in 2014, their products still like to pretend we're in 1954, these companies might as well have farted into the mic and left it at that.
It turns out Facebook and Google are competing in ways usually reserved for supervillains.
As they attempt to explain to us why having less freedom to look up porn and play online poker would be a good thing, they're resorting to using patently ridiculous arguments.
The next generation will definitely be the most socially awkward generation ever to grace planet Earth.
Judging by the leaked script, this might be Nolan's most unhinged work yet. (Spoilers, obviously.)
There was once a time when the media's prime directive was a search for truth, as opposed to devoting all manpower to coming up with the most click-worthy headlines possible, whether they happen to be true or not.
Appropriately, raising the show about fantasy espionage and murder to this seemingly untouchable position can only mean that it's about to get cut down in its prime.
They're all regular working-class Joes who've put in their time with some forgettable roles. Fortunately, we haven't forgotten them.
Currently, pot is legal in only two states, but that isn't stopping companies from cramming marijuana into every possible product like the skateboarding older cousin of bacon and ginseng.
Here are the latest examples of why you should think twice before hitting 'Post.'
Good news if you like crazy Nicolas Cage: You're probably about to see him at his absolute craziest in the near future.
There's nothing wrong with doing big dumb action movies, but don't get your hopes up for anything more than that.
Seriously -- when you break it down on digital paper, the two movies are bizarrely similar.