A woman hurled a shoe at Hillary Clinton on Thursday during a speech in Las Vegas, according to the Secret Service. Clinton was giving a speech on recycling trade before the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, when a woman who wasn't on the guest list hurled a shoe toward the stage. Secret Service took the woman into custody immediately afterward.
"My goodness, I didn't know solid waste management was so controversial," Clinton said.
Not all heroes wear capes. They actually just photoshop troll the ever living sh*t out of people's blindly hopeful requests on social media. James Fridman's work never fails to leave us thoroughly entertained, and this batch is our favorite yet. You can see more of his work back over here.
This is like the unexpected, yet entirely appreciated sequel to that other time a woman used her photoshop powers to troll her unsuspecting into thinking there was a damn coyote in the vicinity. Gotta give the guy in this particular scenario some solid bonus points for trying to keep things fresh and fun, but maybe he should tone it down a little bit for fear of pushing his very clearly stressed and busy wife to the point of no return...
A slew of new posters for Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One were released yesterday - and they've caused quite a stir on the internet. The posters, which are designed to look like classic films (The Matrix, Blade Runner, and The Breakfast Club) garnered quick criticism - and quicker memes. People started making their own posters for the upcoming film, using decidedly bad movies as their "inspiration."
This isn't the first time Ready Player One posters have been scrutinized. Back in December, there was a meme uproar over the hilariously awful depiction of the protagonist's leg. We've included those too - because they're amazing.
Michael Cera is basically a walking meme on his own, but Twitter users have been taking things to the next level. Most of the photoshopped album covers are from contemporary hip-hop artists, but there are a few good rock throwbacks floating around. And some really bizarre Christian albums, to boot.