Kanye has always been outspoken about politics (remember "George Bush doesn't care about black people"?) But recently the rapper/producer/designer has seemingly started marching to the beat of his own 808 in a new direction: to the right.
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It's amazing how easy it is to recognize each logo, even without the brand name.
The accomplished astrophysicist is back at it again, spending last night and this morning tweeting out some of his famously haughty tautologies.
Is a "tier list" for Rock Paper Scissors just a good joke or is there actually something to it?
The Walmart yodeler, Tired SpongeBob, Avengers Infinity War, "If you don't love me at my…" and that weird sparkly shooting star thing have all left their mark on the greater meme conversation. But among them, one meme somehow stands apart.
So pure, so good.
George Conway spends a sizable chunk of his free time tweeting shade at President Trump. We'd love to know what the Conways' dinner-table conversation is like.
If you go back and play the original "Super Mario Brothers," the first thing you'll notice is how the tight the controls feel. The same can't be said of Stefan Hedman's remix.
Whoever's manning the Disney social media account these days appears to have had a rough weekend.
What used to be known as a #slatepitch is now a survival mechanism for anyone publishing online.
On Friday, to celebrate the beginning of the MLB season, the Post ran a visitors guide to the Colorado Rockies' home field: Coors Field. One problem: they used an image of Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park.
Kids are funny — but this particular kid might very well be a comedy genius.
A new meme has taken over the internet and if you don't love it... buddy, I've got bad news for you.
You know the old saying: if you can't do the time, don't do the crime. We'd just like to tack onto the end of that: also avoid committing any crimes if you have a big dumb stupid face.
"It's like getting a view out the window of an airplane 450 kilometers high."
Friends, family, colleagues, we gather here on this url today not only to mourn the loss of a house, but also to celebrate the wicked life this car is living.
There's a new nuclear simulator on the internet, and it's here to emphasize just how awful a 50,000KT blast would be.
This is what the Boston Dynamics robots think about when they're alone.
Giving someone like Donald Glover or Ryan Reynolds the opportunity to play with a character known for breaking the fourth wall makes tongue-in-cheek retaliation fair game when the project is stripped from them.
Are Steven Spielberg and a burger franchise butting heads? No, of course not. Here's what they should've done instead.
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