The July 27 episode of the WTF podcast has an excellent hour-and-a-half interview with Cheech and Chong. It turns out they had very interesting lives before they got together to form the incredibly successful comedy duo. Tommy Chong was the guitar player in a Motown-label rhythm and blues band, and Cheech Marin was a music journalist and Vietnam war protester. I imagine both of them are close to 70 years old now, but they sound exactly the same as I remember them on their LP records from the early 1970s. This was a delightful interview.
What's the funniest movie you've ever seen? Comedy is certainly subjective, but a well-crafted funny film that appeals to many is likely to become a hit, then a classic. It may even become a standard bearer for the humor of its era. Mental Floss named their list The 30 Best Comedy Movies of All Time,… READ THE REST
The folks at Laugh Over Life have obviously played a lot of Among Us and watched a lot of reality TV in this pitch-perfect mashup. Following the popularity of the first installment, they have done two more so far. Episode 2: Episode 3: Image: YouTube / Laugh Over Life READ THE REST
Caitlin Reilly pretends to be a privileged white woman using her privilege to get around the rules for voting. READ THE REST
Apple isn't often associated with super Black Friday deals. The company has long adopted a no-discount pricing strategy, maintaining their products at the same price all the time. But, while the Cupertino clan has historically been sales-averse, it doesn't mean you can't ever find discounts on even their most popular products. One loophole to that… READ THE REST
For the Black Friday lovers out there, we understand this year is going to be hard for you. All the old rules about scouting doorbuster deals, camping out, and planning your post-Thanksgiving shopping tactics are no more this year. But don't worry – just because there's no physical doorbusting going on this year doesn't mean… READ THE REST
The Dead Zone isn't just a great Stephen King novel. It's also that unfortunate area in your house where WiFi signals go to die. Dead zones may be caused by actual physical barriers in your home, like a wall or a refrigerator. It could be that the distance between your router and that particular spot… READ THE REST