MarkHacks says, "Things going backwards looks cool." !eerga I
SER DAVOS: Well, hello there, little fellow? Who's that behind you? Read the rest
In this footage, Sgt. Eric Kannberg deals calmly with a belligerent drunk, Cory Counts, using de-escalation techniques even after Counts gets physical. After Kannberg gets a push from Counts and it comes time to haul him to the drunk tank, Kannberg decides not to pursue through a crowd, instead stalking him at a distance until a safe opportunity presents itself. Counts earned a misdemeanor charge and the the ignominy of having the footage posted to Spokane P.D.'s Facebook page. Read the rest
We found this little fellow in the garage preparing dinner. Despite a sultry summer, we've been free of flies and I figure it's all thanks to Team Cellar Spider.
Like an 8-bit Habitrail. Read the rest
The Ray Bradbury Theater was a far out 1980s television series with each episode written by Bradbury himself. With 65 suspenseful (and sometimes terrifying) episodes of dark science fiction/fantasy, The Ray Bradbury Theater shined the freaky flame of The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits down the shadowy path of The X-Files and Stranger Things. And now you can watch all the episodes free on YouTube! Below are two to get you started: Marionettes, Inc. and The Playground:
Asked by Politico reporter Marc Caputo to be specific, they end up on a call (after some Twitter trash talk), where things go horribly wrong for Bongino. (The action gets most classy about 7m 30s in)
Caputo's being tricky—Bongino's "propaganda" remark isn't aimed at any specific claim in a specific story, even if it was a response to a tweeted Daily News URL. But Caputo knows how to work an angry idiot, and Bongino soon shits himself on a recorded call.
BONGINO: Marc, listen, you go fuck yourself.
CAPUTO: Awwwww, Dan, you're so angry!
BONGINO: My entire following has been developed by beating on people like you. ... My audience is far bigger than yours.
Indiscreet, so say the least. But this is a fellow who talks of himself in the third person.
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Yes, Bongino doesn't tolerate biased reporters. Ever. https://t.co/xpMZVnbzfq— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) August 21, 2016
My mother bought me Garanimals. Outfits guaranteed to make you look catalog perfect if you selected the right tags. I still looked like Oscar the Grouch.
Kids today are so lucky! They have Hot Topic and Garanimals! Codified children's styling was apparently re-introduced in 2008! Strangely, I've never seen them even though my daughter is only nine, and absolutely the right age. I guess she doesn't need the help! Read the rest
Brian Mix shows off his replica Jupiter 2 computer, a remake based on the 1960s TV Lost in Space show -- which was also used as the 1966 Bat Computer in the Batman TV show. Read the rest