It is time for another small dose of knowledge from ASAP Science. This time they ask, "Can money buy happiness?" The answer may or may not startle you, but it definitely says something about altruism.
Oh humanity, how you never cease to amaze me. Here we have a lovely display of people at their worst. After a FedEx employee drops off an iPad Mini for this home, a UPS driver also drops off a package. However, this guy seems to think that he can just steal packages as well as deliver them. Fortunately for the homeowner, they were recording it. What a dick!
Seth Rogen's newest film, "This Is The End," has released a red band trailer just in time for the Mayan Apocalypse. Hopefully, the world either ends or the words "Mayan Apocalypse" forever disappear from the collective consciousness. Regardless, check out this trailer starring most of the Rogen/Apatow crew all seeming to play themselves when the world ends. Nice burn on Michael Cera, too.
So when the Miss Universe competition happened, Miss Venezuela had a little spot of bad luck. Either her translator gave her a bad interpretation, or she simply doesn't have the best grasp of English. Either way, suuuuuuper awkward sounding.
I don't know why this Russian individual found this little morsel of information out, but it appears his cat is really really scared of the sound Mario makes when he jumps. Take a look and feel free to comment all your theories about what is clinically wrong with this cat.
If you went to junior high or high school in America, you probably read "The Great Gatsby." If not, fortunately for you a film is coming out of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel. Take a look at this nice full trailer and decide for yourself.
If you aren't already a fan of Jon Lajoie, notably on FX's "The League," I hope this song remedies that fact for you. Witness a new holiday tradition (at least in my house) of not wearing mittens ever again.
Since we dropped the "Star Trek: Into Darkness" trailer on you last week, I thought it only fitting to show this lovely mash-up.
In this video from January, a Boston Terrier puppy learns the power of a good snack and an important lesson in balance and gravity. Don't stop believing, puppy.
Tongue twisters get us all little girl, they get us all. But our hearts melt at the sight of watching you try.
If you are anything like me, one of the hardest parts of your day is taking that first step out of bed to face the world. Fortunately for us all, ASAP Science decided it was time to talk about the science of productivity. Watch, learn, rethink your strategies in life. We can all be productive, as long as we start making the change.
Guillermo del Toro has been speaking about "Pacific Rim" for a while now, so when I found out an actual trailer had dropped, I got excited. With Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam, giant robots and huge crazy monsters, what's not to love?
So New Zealand is a strange place. Now that I got that out of the way, it is also an incredibly interesting place. In this case, they are teaching dogs to drive. Yes, that's right: Teaching. Dogs. To. Drive. When the SPCA Auckland and MINI New Zealand teamed up to showcase how smart rescue dogs are, this is what they came up with. Witness the world's first driving dog.
Olan Rogers and his cat, Starscream, like to argue profusely on the Internet. Starscream, naturally, usually wins. In this installment, titled "Cat Trust," watch a heated discussion over cocoa turn violent.
Since "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" comes out this Friday, the folks over at ScreenJunkies took the time to watch the entire "Lord Of The Rings" trilogy and make an honest trailer for the films. As always, very well done, and be sure to stay for the few fake-out endings.
Sometimes we take the current scientific world we live in for granted. We often just accept facts based on very little empirical evidence. Today, let MinutePhysics take us on an enlightening journey as they point out some of our current misconceptions when it comes to basic physics.