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…you’ll find classics like Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, and… wait, what?

Horror movie villains like...

Is it just me, or does that Freddy Krueger look kind of sad?

...Teddy Krueger. Freddy's second cousin.

Yep. Definitely sad. Maybe that’s Teddy Krueger, Freddy’s second cousin.

Could also be a scene from the last reboot,


Google honors Saul Bass' 93rd birthday.

That is, if you love Saul Bass (and Dave Brubeck).

If you’re quick, check it out here. If you’re not, check it out here:

Second only to this one,


Thanks to Google for the reminder,


..and if you visited Google’s homepage yesterday (or part of today) you might have seen this:

Click here to read about Google’s homage to Henson, or just watch this video that explains the collaboration between Google and The Jim Henson Company.

Just as good as the Freddie Mercury one,


…you missed one of their best front page “doodles” ever: a music video of sorts celebrating what would have been Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday.

It looked a lot like this:

Here’s the full version of “Don’t Stop Me Now” if you need your fix:

Finally, click here to watch the brilliant fight scene from “Shaun of the Dead.”

The tiger is the best,


Yesterday, a ton of news outlets picked up the story of Donna Simpson. Click here to learn more.

The short of the story is this: Donna Simpson is currently the world’s 43rd heaviest woman at a weight of over 600 pounds. But everyone knows that being 43rd in something is simply being the 42nd loser, so Simpson is trying to gain an additional 400+ pounds so she can become the world’s heaviest woman.

But here’s the thing: I’m not convinced this story is true. First, no one interviewed her on camera for the story; everything that exists is just a bunch of random quotes that sound fake. Second, all of the news articles say she’s utilizing a website to raise money to fund her gluttony, yet not one of them linked to it. Also, a quick Google search for the site turned up nothing.

I’m calling it now: This is either a headline from “The Onion” or a great prank, and everyone (from “The Huffington Post” to “The New York Post”) is falling for it hook, line and sinker.

Time will tell if I’m right, I guess.

I’d be happy being the 43rd anything in the world,


"Sesame Street" on Google

Happy 40th anniversary, old friend!

Can you tell me how to get,


"Sesame Street" on Google

Batty batty bat,


"Sesame Street" on Google

Tickle me,


"Sesame Street" on Google

Anything dirty or dingy or dusty,


Old Poop!