Okay, I'm writing this post into my phone from the drivers seat of my rental car. I've been on the road for a few days now and it's time for an observation: This country is huge.
After two days of driving, I've reached our first stop: Richmond, Va., home of... I'm not sure yet.
I know what you're thinking. Something like "This is even worse than Seth MacFarlane's boobs song" or "This song literally dehumanizes the poor by turning them into kittens, fondled for the amusement of juvenile musicians." And you're right.
Women are waiting longer to get married now than ever before. It's not that they don't love their boyfriends, it's just that, well, they're busy. Thomas' Jewelers gets this.
Who's responsible for the gun violence in America? The First and Second Amendment have a stand-off.
To escape this excruciating task of spending time with reality, we turn to dregs. Many dregs are portals to alternate universes, where, like in the best science fiction, only one small change to our world produces a new and exciting frontier.
What will you do while you huddle together under your possibly infected covers? Well, do we have the answer(s) for you! These five dregs offer great suggestions for hobbies to pick up while you futilely struggle to avoid the flu.
It's nearly time for this year's big State of the Union Speech! But what the heck is a damn State of the Union speech, anyway?
Where reality shows falter, dregs take hold. As these five videos will demonstrate, prophets on YouTube have brought back from future times the evolution of humans in entertainment.
May I present to you the best, and most puzzling (and therefore winning) answer to any cat meme you might be shown: Cats In Pajamas by Bay Area smart alec band GNARBOOTs.
If the Internet is the final frontier, then kids are pioneers equipped with imaginative brilliance to pillage your brain and trade for spices.
Dregs are videos that question our conception of man as a rational animal. They have very few views, but as strange as it is that anyone has watched them, it's even stranger that anyone uploaded them onto YouTube in the first place.
The holiday season, when Americans make legions of bad choices about money, seemed like a good time to revisit one of the most venerable stereotypes about money: that Jews have it and hoard it.
The streets have been calling. They have been yearning. Nay. The streets have been aching for for a web series comedy that addresses all of the sexiness behind the gay undertones in the day to day lives of two certified Brooklyn hoodlums.
From the best political bits on late night to a few unintentionally hilarious moments from the politicians themselves, 2012 was a great year to laugh at politics in America.