Thursday, December 28, 2017

20 of the WORST Haircuts

If you're like me, you get annoyed when your hair is cut wrong even the smallest bit. Although these people seemed to have cut their hair to be funny, because they lost a bet or, and I don't know why, because they wanted it that way.

The "Walking through doorways is too convenient"

 Gimme that "All Female Three Stooges Reboot" look

I'd like the "balding at 25" look please.

Tennis balls are my favorite.

Lemme have that Krusty the Klown dew. 

I want it too look like I'm always being blessed by a priest. 

Can do you an "Emo Beehive"?

That roadkill look

Dat Kush

I wanna look like birds took a crap on my head

Give me something so I can really get into the season

You know what clownfish look like?

Give me the "balding but still punk at heart" look.

Can I get that racing stripe with a tassle?

One Christmas hair please.

Yo, you seen that movie "Signs"? 

You know, I really love Ramen Noodles...

Just fuck my shit up... (probably definitely photoshopped)

The "Mom thinks she's a hair dresser" look.

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

People Stapling Bread to Trees?????

I have no idea why this exists but there is a group of people out there who like to staple bread products to trees. Here is some of their work.

If you have any idea why they do this, please comment below. 

Some Fan Art

Does a waffle count as bread?

A muffin?

An entire loaf...?

Here, go buy a bread maker so you can make your own bread to staple to a tree.

Then you can buy a knife you cut your bread and a staple gun for stapling it.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Most Frequently Hacked Passwords of 2017

Passwords and personal information being compromised has been all over the news in 2017. The biggest breach was the Equifax data breach which could have easily been prevented had the proper updates been made. One thing you may not know is, it was discovered an Equifax database used 'admin' for the login and password. This is likely the second dumbest password a company involved in storing personal data could use...the first being 'password'. 

Every year, service provider SplashData publishes a list of the most frequently hacked passwords of that year. Even though most companies have 12 character, 1 Caps, 1 number, 1 special character and a sacrifice of your first child as password requirements, millions and millions of people still rely on birthdays, zip codes and anniversaries for their passwords. 

Taking data from 5 million hijacked passwords, SplashData created a list of the most hacked passwords. Some obvious ones made this list (123123, Password,) some were a bit unexpected such as "monkey and "whatever." Also, if you're a Star Wars fan or Game of Thrones fan don't use "Starwars" or "dragons" as a password...

"Hackers are using common terms from pop culture and sports to break into accounts online because they know many people are using those easy to remember words" says Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData.

Here are the top 25:

  1. 1. 123456 (unchanged... for the fourth year in a row)
  2. 2. Password (unchanged)
  3. 3. 12345678 (up 1 from last year)
  4. 4. qwerty (up 2 from last year)
  5. 5. 12345 (down 2 from last year)
  6. 6. 123456789 (new)
  7. 7. letmein (new)
  8. 8. 1234567 (unchanged)
  9. 9. football (down 4 from last year)
  10. 10. iloveyou (new)
  11. 11. admin (up 4 from last year)
  12. 12. welcome (unchanged)
  13. 13. monkey (new)
  14. 14. login (down 3)
  15. 15. abc123 (down 1)
  16. 16. starwars (new)
  17. 17. 123123 (new)
  18. 18. dragon (up 1 from last year)
  19. 19. passw0rd (down 1 from last year)
  20. 20. master (up 1 from last year)
  21. 21. hello (new)
  22. 22. freedom (new)
  23. 23. whatever (new)
  24. 24. qazwsx (new)
  25. 25. trustno1 (new)

If your password is on this list, go change it now. When creating a new one, remember, length is more important than content. Experts suggest using four unrelated words. The phrase "Correct Horse Battery Staple" would take over 500 years to crack. This website will approximate how long it will take a computer to hack your password: How Secure is My Password

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Why are Manhole Covers Round?

It's impossible not to notice them. You've likely also noticed that everywhere in the world, manhole covers are round. This is also a question which you may be asked in an interview and was famously asked to job applicants applying at Google...this happens so much it's included in (The Complete Idiot's Guide to Job Interviews.) If you're asked this question, the interviewer isn't so much concerned with the correct answer, rather, they're wondering how you'll go about coming to an answer. The question is an easy way to gauge your problem solving skills and ability to think on your feet.

According to Larry Scheckel in his book: Ask A Science Teacher: 250 Answers to Questions You've Always Had About How Everyday Stuff Really Works.

Manholes are round because “it is the best shape to resist the compression of Earth around it.” Round shapes are easier to manufacture than square or rectangular shapes, and because manhole covers are heavy, being round makes them easier to move from place to place (just roll them!). As an added benefit, workers don’t need to line up the covers with any angles, making round covers easy to slip into place.

But perhaps the biggest reason that manhole covers are round is that round covers can’t fall through a circular opening. “For all manholes, there is a ‘lip’ around the rim of the hole, holding up the cover, which means that the underlying hole is smaller than the cover,” Scheckel writes. “A round manhole cover can’t fall through its circular opening, because no matter how you position it, the cover is wider than the hole. But a square, rectangular, or oval manhole cover could fall in if it was inserted diagonally into the hole,” which would be bad news for unobservant pedestrians and drivers alike.

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Sunday, December 17, 2017

The Hipster Nativity Scene

Are you tired of the same boring nativity scene each Christmas?


Well then you'll definitely be offended by the Hipster version for Millennials.

The entire things is very authentic for the 21st century...


First you have Joseph and Mary (who is definitely not a virgin in this scene) taking a selfie with new baby JC.

Joseph, sporting a trendy beard, most likely has the new iPhone X (ten not X) which he waited in line for several hours to get.

Mary looks hungover with her shoulder and bra strap showing while holding a Starbucks cup, I'd guess pumpkin spice latte, giving the peace sign while making a duck face. You can NOT cram anymore stereotypes into Mary's character if you tried.

Then you have the three Wisemen on Segways delivering Amazon packages. Mary and Joseph must be Amazon Prime Members and ordered something from Prime Now. 

Each of the three Wisemen is sporting a different classic Hipster look. 

You also have the Shepard Instagramming the event from his iPad accompanied by his animals...

A sheep wearing a winter sweater...

And, the best part, a 100% Organic cow eating Gluten Free oats.

Oh, don't forget the eco-friendly manger which is powered by solar panels.

This entire thing is brilliant.

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Friday, December 15, 2017

Everyone's Buying a God Damn Instant Pot

I heard about these things over a year ago but had a slow cooker so I didn't care. Eventually I decided to buy one...

Now everyone seems to be buying one this Christmas. They're basically sold out EVERYWHERE.

You can try to buy one HERE

Amazon: Maybe you'll get it by Christmas.

It'll be in stock on December 20th at the earliest.


Target: None available within 100 miles

Best Buy: None available within 250 miles

If you still want one, good luck. Maybe you can sacrifice a child for one.