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Evan Roth’s new self published book project called, /AVAILABLE ONLINE FOR FREE: Selected works by Evan Roth 2003-2008/ (made entirely in Linux using open source software and fonts).

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22% of people read the text on street posters like this one. 28% – try to read, and without having understood any sense of it, go further. The rest don’t pay it attention. But what if the secret of happiness has been written here?

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For over fifty years Alan Abel has been creating absurd hoaxes to fool the media. “Abel Raises Cain” is a very touching tribute to Alan, produced and directed by his daughter, Jenny.

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Little Timmy is our four foot tall dummy all dressed up in his halloween costume holding a bag of candy. Armed with a couple of hidden cameras and a wireless microphone we set off to pull pranks in the neighborhood with our fake kid trick or treating

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Someone has been putting little tiny McCain campaign signs in the dog doo left on the streets of Venice, California

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Click Note: The Click is politically neutral. Go plant an Obama sign on dog poo and we’ll laugh at that, too.


A Washington DC train station was shut down for a couple hours recently as a bomb squad investigated this “hobo polo bear” standing near a trash can. Turns out, the stuffed animal was part of a collaboration between Greenpeace and prankster artist Mark Jenkins

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Something about Mitchell Henderson struck the denizens of /b/ as funny. They were especially amused by a reference on his MySpace page to a lost iPod. Mitchell Henderson, /b/ decided, had killed himself over a lost iPod. The “an hero” meme was born. Within hours, the anonymous multitudes were wrapping the tragedy of Mitchell’s death in absurdity.

Someone hacked Henderson’s MySpace page and gave him the face of a zombie. Someone placed an iPod on Henderson’s grave, took a picture and posted it to /b/. Henderson’s face was appended to dancing iPods, spinning iPods, hardcore porn scenes. A dramatic re-enactment of Henderson’s demise appeared on YouTube, complete with shattered iPod. The phone began ringing at Mitchell’s parents’ home. “It sounded like kids,” remembers Mitchell’s father, Mark Henderson, a 44-year-old I.T. executive. “They’d say, ‘Hi, this is Mitchell, I’m at the cemetery.’ ‘Hi, I’ve got Mitchell’s iPod.’ ‘Hi, I’m Mitchell’s ghost, the front door is locked. Can you come down and let me in?’ ” He sighed. “It really got to my wife.” The calls continued for a year and a half.

In the late 1980s, Internet users adopted the word “troll” to denote someone who intentionally disrupts online communities.

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Mother Jones’s Torture Playlist includes the music used in American military prisons to torture detainees, and ranges from Christina Aguilera to Sesame Street. Using address labels – sized 2.25″ x 0.75″ – you can affix these stickers I designed to CDs in your local record shop and make a small political statement about state violence. I’ve developed the stickers below to raise awareness about this form of torture. There’s a copyright-free PDF available at the suggested website link.

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Crowds in Arkansas came for the lure of cage fighting and $1 beer, but police say what they got instead was men ripping each others’ clothes off and kissing _ a stunt suspected of being orchestrated by Sacha Baron Cohen of “Borat” fame.

“We had a contract for cage fighting. We were deceived,” said Dwight Duncan, president and CEO of Four States Fair Grounds in Texarkana, where the first of two Arkansas fights raised suspicions last month.

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Over 50 years ago, one of the greatest media hoaxes ever was foisted upon New York City and the world at large.

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During the show, the group went on a rampage using spray paint as artillery, bombing the school with their cryptic-like tags, even spraying officials in the face who tried to stop them. It was chaos and now, after the event, school administrators are thinking about pulling Rafael Augustaitiz’s financial scholarship.

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