"Welcome back, this is Stephen K. Bannon. We're off the coast of St. Tropez in southern France on the Mediterranean, and we're on the million dollar yacht that Brian Kolfage—and Brian Kolfage, he took all that money from Build The Wall. No we're actually in Sunland Park, New Mexico."
In this footage, a belligerent and unmasked Trump fan tries to start a fight with a 16-year-old in a checkout line in Scottsdale, Arizona. When the cashier threatens to summon security guards, the man makes for the exit, but not before grabbing his own crotch and waggling it at the boy: "suck right here." READ THE REST
AK-Hevonen (online store) painted this magnificent picture of Star Trek's Q, as played by John de Lancie, wearing the uniform of a Starfleet captain, draped in the U.S. flag, subjecting Donald Trump to unspecified torments. As the actor asserts: "THERE IS ONLY ONE Q." READ THE REST
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are so angry about billboards mocking them in Times Square that they're threatening to sue the Lincoln Project, which put them there. Their lawyer, Marc E. Kasowitz, surely knows that mocking powerful, wealthy politicians is protected speech. But it's their money! "Of course, Mr. Kushner never made any such statement.… READ THE REST
When the history of Earth is ultimately told by aliens or time travelers or whoever stumbles across what's left of our planet a millennia from now, these beings will need to understand what a hair tie is and why it was created…because it's guaranteed they find them everywhere during their study. Today, hair ties are… READ THE REST
Ask most Apple Watch users about their biggest beef with the most popular wearable in tech today and many will likely answer with the same beef had by many users of wirelessly charged devices. It just isn't so simple making sure your wireless charger is lined up properly with your device to get a steady,… READ THE REST
This week in thinking machines news, a Harvard professor and his students have now raised $14 million to create artificial intelligence so smart that even hackers can't crack it. Meanwhile, reports from the White House suggest the federal government is close to issuing their directives on how agencies should regulate AI going forward. And if… READ THE REST