“A previous version of this story incorrectly quoted Dropbox cofounder Drew Houston saying ‘anybody with nipples’ instead of ‘anybody with a pulse.’”

— Wired regrets the mistake...

I’m a sucker for retro…


…not that I was buying canned food back when this was their current design…

Woot for Jussie!


A timely special deal for former actor Jussie Smollett:

Stairway to heaven?


Black step: ポルノ雑誌 = “porno mags”

Blue step: 世界のおしゃれ下着 = “stylish world lingerie”

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One for Steven…


…wherever he is: moe maid glasses shop, with plenty of under-rim glasses styles.

Note that this is part of the Candy Fruit maid empire, which includes an actual housemaid service (“we do windows, but we won’t do you!”).

Dear Military Police,


When you’re through detaining them, drop them off on the other side of the border. Clearly they don’t like it here.

Since this is Texas, I’m guessing that the next time a masked gang enters the museum, there will be a more direct response.

First time, last time…


I was vaguely curious about the shopping experience in the Alibaba empire. After all, they’re doing so well that they’re kicking us out of our building. What’s the first thing I see on AliExpress?

First suggested category is bondage, which makes me a bit nervous about the one labeled “ring men”…

That was new…and pointless


Someone posted two comments to the previous entry that were filled with links to his (or his customer’s) web site. File that under bafflingly stupid, since search engines don’t execute Javascript when they index content, and my comment system is JS-only.

It was adorable, too, with every letter a separate link to a page on the site. Judging from the URLs, it’s a clickbait site aimed at an English-speaking Indian audience. Must not be very good clickbait, if they’re desperate enough to hire an inept pagerank scammer.

Dear Amazon,


Silly Amazon, you can’t weave politics and social science; you have to spin it first!

“Need a clue, take a clue,
 got a clue, leave a clue”