Fire Department Chronicles is an actual firefighter. He inserts himself into scenes from TV shows that depict firefighting but are written people who don't know anything about firefighting. Greenscreened-in, he berates the stupid characters.
Before coulrophobia became cool, Bozo the Clown ruled the airwaves. Created by Alan W. Livingston, Bozo first made the scene on a children's record and book series from Capitol Records. In 1954, entertainer Larry Harmon purchased the rights and suddenly Bozo was a celebrity, appearing on TV channels across the country thanks to the magic… READ THE REST
Fire & Blood, G.R.R. Martin's prequel novel about the dragon-riding Targaryens, was described by The Times as "interminable, self-indulgent crap" — the perfect lore-bound expository raw material for House of the Dragon, HBO's forthcoming effort to revive a franchise left stone cold dead by the last season of Game of Thrones. It looks great, though,… READ THE REST
Artist and toymaker Mike Strict created a fantastic resin figure collection of The Young Ones! What's not to love about a 12cm tall Vyvyan, Rick, or Neil who, naturally, is carrying a pot of lentils. "It's hard explain to anyone who wasn't there the impact The Young Ones had when they first hit our screens,"… READ THE REST
The work from home revolution has rapidly become the work from anywhere revolution. But not everything has caught up to this new style of work, including the technology that powers digital nomads. Rebel workers can find all the tools they need with the DUEX Lite laptop screen, a lifetime subscription to VPN Unlimited, and unlimited… READ THE REST
We all know someone who is a terrible snorer or, maybe, that person is us! Either way, everyone hates snoring. The bad news is, it can be tough to stop because we aren't aware of what may be causing the snoring in the first place. The good news is, the VVFLY Smart Snore Eye Mask… READ THE REST
If you've been recently injured, have chronic issues from arthritis, or are like so many of us dealing with poor posture due to working an office job, neck and shoulder pain can be relentless. While those problems may never go away completely without professional help, there's an easy way to alleviate temporary pain efficiently and… READ THE REST