It is the Year of our Lord, 2019. We are a couple of years into the Trump presidency and things are going moderately okay, if judging solely by the quality of ham, egg, and cheese sandwiches. If everything else is considered, things are quite terrible, but people get by. Taking advantage of the short-term chaos, California manages to sneak-in a vote for secession. The vote passes with 99.99% of votes; the only 3 entities who voted No are Chuck Norris and his two fists. Trump doesn’t pay any attention to this event because: a) he is quite happy to rid the US of all these liberals and b) he is busy with some new messages that the CIA had just recovered from Hillary Clinton’s StarCraft account which seem to implicate her in some sort of Intergalactic conspiracy.
IPhone's auto-correct feature is famous among its users for giving funny guesses when the user mistypes a word. The folks at damnyouautocorrect.com made a website out of it and in this post I wanted to summarize the most hilarious, funny, rolling on the floor laughing out loud moments in IPhone auto-correct history.
This is the third installment in my series on stand-up comedy. Here I am bringing you 10 more of my favorite stand-up comedy routines from various stand-up comics. If you want to read the previous two posts, just look at the bottom at the related links. Otherwise, enjoy these 10 videos as they will bring you lots of joy and laughter!
Soccer is the most watched sporting event in the world, no doubt about it. And the FIFA World-Cup is by far the largest soccer related event. Even though in the US the sport has far less coverage and fans, compared to baseball, basketball or american football, since the US team is getting better every year, I see a more extensive interest for soccer as well. Since I am a big fan and before every World-Cup I try to get myself all the necesary resources to make it easy for myself, I decided to share this year's list and maybe make your life easier as well.
As Google becomes our tool of choice for our daily research on any topic, the company does a great job at collecting, archiving, structuring and analyzing their user-fed data. And at some point they come up with a cool feature called Google Suggest. Basically, when you perform a search on Google you will see a drop-down with a number of suggestions designed to make your search easier and speed it up. Well, some of them are funny, some strange, and some just plain weird...
Here are my thoughts on the last episode of LOST... The LOST Finale aired on May 23, 2010 and, if you missed it, you can still catch the episode online here: http://abc.go.com/shows/lost. My thoughts about the general idea of the show as revealed in by the the final episode is that all the events that took place on the island actually took place and the "flash-sideways", called by some the "alternate reality", was an imaginary place where all the characters got together in death. So, it's not really an alternate reality, because it is not a reality at all.
If you loved my first post, 12 Best Stand Up Comedy Routines , than this is just a follow-up bringing you more of these amazing, best stand-up comedy routines I saw over the years. I hope you enjoy this group of videos, I believe these will make you laugh and feel really good about yourself!
There's no doubt about it, if there is anything that "LOST" is not lacking, it's characters and lots of them. It's probably the show with the most fully developed characters that I've ever seen. The creators do an excellent job in shaping the characters season after season, switching between flashbacks, flashforwards, life on the island and various moments in time and space. I thought that you would like to take a shot at who is your favorite LOST character of all times?
If you live in a decently sized city or town, chances are you used an escalator more than once. They're a pretty cool feature of modern society so I try use them when I see them. Give or take, it takes about 5 to 15 seconds to go from one end of the escalator to the other, and that's enough time to notice the people around you. After twenty years of deep observation, I was finally able to divide the people riding the escalators in 6 different groups.
As a huge fan of music of all kind, rock ballads always had a special place in my playlist. And there are really dozens and dozens of ballads, some more "rockish" than others, that I could include in my top list, so compiling it was not an easy task. I know that some of you will argue that some of the songs I picked can hardly be qualified as "power" or even "rock" ballad, but most of the time I find there is a fine line between genres, and I chose to group them all under this category based on how I feel.