1.21 Gigawatts of Awesome

The Return of Hamster, Jezza and Capt. Slow

8pm on Sunday June 27 (BBC) Hamster, Jezza, and Captain Slow are all set to return, once again, as they try to remind us of the beauty and superiority of the automobile over any other form of transportation.  This is a momentous event for us every week on Monday. The WTF production studio shed is filled with buzz of escape so we can watch it in the safety of our own homes and dream of wildly discussing how awesome it is the following day by our drawing of a water...

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The Story of Bluff City

Watch those domain expirations, and here’s why. Once upon a time… A speed camera tagged a man known as Mr. McCrary, which ended up as a $90 ticket. So Mr. McCrary paid the city of…Bluff…City, so the police department could have nice things like free donuts and Hawaiian Shirt Fridays. Luckily, Mr. McCrary not only understands the English language, but also how to make use of the mysterious lighted box with a headrest with the alphabet on it. By utilizing various methods of what the police referred to as “sorcery,” McCrary scooped up their expired domain and turned the site into bulletin board of links and information against speed cameras. The End. (for a less BS story, check out AP’s...

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The Deathray is Real

Well, we can’t carve our names into the moon with it, mainly because people don’t trust us around lasers. The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) announced that their new toy — a factual ray gun — works and has effectively tracked and obliterated a drone in flight over water. What makes this system unique is that the moist environment of the sea more or less absorbs the laser as it makes it way to break things. This isn’t the first ray gun the Navy has developed, just the latest and greatest model. It’s big enough to vaporize your enemies, but small enough that you can mount it inside your hidden fortress. Now you’ve got a real reason to install a retractable roof.  The ray gun may also have more practical uses, like for popping enough popcorn to make houses explode, lawn care, trimming unwieldy trees, or keeping dogs off your lawn without wasting land mines. [PHOTO:...

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HP’s Latest pr0n Monitor

The HP Zr30w S-IPS LCD Display… Until we actually get to play with one, we have to say this thing has bragging rights and awesome stamped all over it.  Here’s the rundown: 1.07 billion displayable colors, 2560×1600 resolution all in a 30″ package. In comparison, a [pathetic] standard monitor only displays 16.7 million colors. Luckily for us, HP did the math and points out that this [ultimate pr0n] 30″ monitor offers 64 times the display...

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