By radio detection and ranging Staff
It’s the great panties puzzle! Thousands of pairs of panties have been found along a road in central Ohio, and they’re in all colors and patterns.
Some new, some worn, and many still neatly folded, the estimated 3,000 — that’s 3,000!! — pairs of women’s panties were discovered in the trees and hillsides along a road in Berne Township, about 30 miles southeast of Columbus… Continue reading The Great Panties Puzzle! Thousands Of Pairs Of Panties Found Along Ohio Road
Review in a Hurry: Don’t “friend” Jesse Eisenberg‘s Social Network follow-up. This manic, mean-spirited actionner about a pizza delivery guy who’s forced to rob a bank plays like a very low-rent Coen Brothers comedy. You should get free pizzas for enduring more than 30 minutes of this dud.… Continue reading Movie Review: Looking for Great Comedy & Action? Then Pass on 30 Minutes or Less
Just days ago we were treated to a new still image from Steven Spielberg’s 3D motion-capture adaptation of Georges “Hergé” Remi’s Belgian comic book series, The Adventures of Tintin. Today we get the trailer, that allows us to get a better look at the animation, which was previously met with a lot of scrutiny, but appears to be a dazzling and convincing complement to the globe-trotting reporter’s intriguing… Continue reading New 'Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn' Trailer Looks Great
On this day in 1867, three of England’s North American colonies fused into a proud, new nation–one predicated on the people’s fundamental right to unlimited hockey, Tim Hortons donuts, and universal healthcare for all. That’s right: It’s Canada Day! And in honor of it, we thought we’d highlight some of the greatest contributions made by Canada to the annals of TV. Since every other series is shot in Canada these… Continue reading Five Great Canadian TV Shows