A curious new fandom is sweeping the country. You may not have noticed, but once you know what to look for, they’re easy to spot. In every state in the nation, countless young people are getting together in groups to collect rubbish thrown from moving automobiles. Amassing collections is nothing new, but these collections fetishize refuse. It’s called Discardianism.
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Buckle your safety belt! Kyle Anderson picks apart the 1977 killer-automobile movie “The Car.”
Treading into the densest of bizarre fandoms where even the most intrepid anthropologists dare not explore, here’s your guide to Homestuck. [The Daily Dot]
There’s a new trailer out for Doctor Who, Season 7 [BleedingCool]
I’m so tired of this ironic old-timey mustache bullshit, but guess who’s not? [iheartchaos]
This year’s Minecon is taking place in Disneyland Paris, and here’s the official announcement video! [Joystiq]
A horny bull tried to mate with an Arkansas sherrif’s car! [AP]
If you’re tired of seeing all the baby pictures your breeder friends keep posting, check out the Unbaby.me Chrome extension! [via Greg Leuch]
Up Top: The best way to make a 50 Shades of Grey movie poster [The Sherlock Boffin]
After being told repeatedly to do so on the basis of how much I’d “just love it,” I watched both seasons of HBO’s Game of Thrones. And, as everyone but me expected, I do just love it. It’s like The Lord of the Rings and The Sopranos had a baby that was given up for adoption and raised by Deadwood, with all the brutal violence, unnecessary nudity, and filthy language anyone could want in their sword-and-sorcery fantasy shows. The problem is, I watched both seasons incredibly rapidly and have been suffering some ill-effects, mentally. In fact, they just so happen to number exactly 20. Convenient how fictional, comedic maladies work, isn’t it?