The Man That Cues the Laughter
Wally Feresten has been holding up cue cards for cast members and nervous guest hosts on Saturday Night Live for 22 years.
Bullfighting: In Pictures
No matter if you’re of the opinion that bullfighting is barbaric or a beautiful art form, these startling pictures will probably solidify that opinion. Be warned that some of them are rather graphic.
Fake Photography As Art
"After Photoshop: Manipulated Photography in the Digital Age” is an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. As the Met’s website describes it:
Through today's eyes, we can see that the old adage "the camera never lies" has always been photography's supreme fiction.
Counterfeit Ketchup Ring Blows Up In Perpetrator’s Face
Literally. Apparently ketchup can spontaneously explode.
Sweden's Most Infamous Serial Killer—or Serial Liar?
Thomas Quick confessed to 30 murders. So why does one documentary filmmaker believe he might have been innocent?
He's Got A Giant Arm
San Francisco Giants pitcher—and soon-to-be World Series participant—Matt Cain shows MythBusters stars Tory Belleci and Kari Byron just how accurate his arm is.
October 23, 2001: Apple Unveils the iPod
Now they’re sold in vending machines. Ho-hum.