The Male Siri: A Creepy Stage Five Clinger (iPhone 7 Commercial Parody).

Last week Apple announced it will host the next iPhone launch on September 9, 2015.

This year’s iPhone launch is the “S” cycle, which means the devices likely won’t feature new hardware designs but instead could include other tweaks — for example, Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, debuted with the iPhone 4S. The company is expected to add its ForceTouch technology to the new devices, allowing the iPhones to differentiate between hard and light taps on the display. Other tweaks could include a faster processor and camera, as well as more color options.

One of the new features will probably not be the male voiced replacement for Siri, but you never know.

(Somewhat NSFW-ish).

Monarch Butterfly Metamorphosis Time-Lapse

The beauty of nature.

Life Cycle of the Monarch Butterfly. Late instar caterpillar feeding to pupation to eclosing from a chrysalis as a Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) Time-lapse video.

School Bans Wonder Woman Lunchbox For Being “Violent.”

Over on, parents of a young girl have posted a letter from their daughter’s school in which they are informed that their daughter’s lunchbox is banned from the school.

Here’s the letter:

The relevant part reads:

The dress code we have established requests that the children do not bring violent images into the building in any fashion – on their clothing (including shoes and socks), backpacks and lunchboxes. We have defined “violent characters: as those who solve problems using violence. Super heroes certainly fall into that category.

The front and back of the “offending” lunchbox is below:

How To Age Gracefully.

Thoughtful, eh?

People of all ages offer words of wisdom to their younger counterparts in this WireTap farewell video, from CBC Radio One.

The Schilling Tweet.

Former major league pitcher and sports broadcaster / color commentator Curt Schilling send out the tweet below this past Tuesday.

Schilling Tweet

The tweet was deleted later in the day but not before ESPN suspended Schilling from his next big assignment, the finals of the Little League World Series.

In a statement, ESPN said:

9 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Back to the Future!

Wanna feel old?

If you remember going to the theaters to see the original Back to the Future movie, this year the movie turns 30 years old.

Cinefix takes a look at this classic film and things you may not be aware of. (Be warned, there is no foul language, but there is language that is “bleeped” out. The video would be much better without it, in our opinion.)

Prison Fresh.

AF Branco’s latest cartoon illustrates the problem facing former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle:

Jared-590-CI (image courtesy AF Branco at Comic Insurrection.)

In case you missed it Fogle was arrested and later pleaded guilty to charges involving child pornography.

INDIANAPOLIS – Longtime Subway pitchman Jared Fogle capitalized on his business trips to New York City to arrange sexual encounters with minors in luxury hotels, federal prosecutors said in charging the Indiana man in a case that also documented his acceptance of child pornography from a close associate.

Fogle agreed Wednesday to plead guilty to allegations that he paid for sex with girls as young as 16 and received child pornography. The case already has destroyed his career with the sandwich-shop chain and could send him to prison for more than a decade.

Prosecutors allege Fogle knew the pornography he received had been secretly produced by the former director of his charitable foundation, which sought to raise awareness about childhood obesity and arranged for Fogle to visit schools and urge children to adopt healthy eating and exercise habits.

Immediately after his court appearance, Fogle’s wife served him with divorce papers and filed for full custody of the couple’s children.

And yet the hits keep on coming.

Sweat It To Get It.

Gatorade is partnering with different athletic governing bodies such as the NFL to promote “Sweat It To Get It.”

The intent of the campaign is to get people working out and moving, rather than sitting around. According to the tongue and cheek campaign, if you aren’t sweating, you can’t have a bottle of Gatorade.

Watch Houston Texan and NFL star JJ Watt (who is listed at 6′ 5″ and 289 pounds) bring the point home below.

(Watt’s last comment is an instant classic.)

You can find more of the commercials here in the Gatorade YouTube channel, including commercials with the hysterically stoic Manning brothers (Eli and Peyton)

It’s a strange campaign, but it is funny.

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