Clint Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil. He's known for making a series of whistleblower allegations about his former employer and about Republican Congressman Tom Feeney, including an allegation that in 2000, Feeney and Yang Enterprises requested Curtis's assistance in a scheme to steal votes by inserting fraudulent code into touch screen voting systems. Continue reading for more interesting facts.
You know there's an official term for when people see things in random objects, and it's called pareidolia, or the psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus being perceived as significant. Common examples include seeing images of animals or faces in clouds, the man in the moon or the Moon rabbit, and hearing hidden messages on records when played in reverse. These people managed to spot weird and random faces in everyday things, such as butter. Continue reading for more examples.
If you thought texting and driving was bad, these people will put them to shame, starting with Mr. Saxophone, who decided to play a tune with either no hands (or one hand) on the wheel. Other strange examples include: playing the trumpet, using a tablet with both hands, having two feet outside the driver's side window, putting a sneaker in your mouth for absolutely no reason, and more. Continue reading to see them all.
SEGA may not be in the game console race anymore, but they still have some innovative tricks up their sleeve, including these ToyLet video game-based urinals. Simply put, this game measures the speed and intensity of the male player's water flow at the urinal, and lets them use that to play four video mini-games at the loo. Why would SEGA do something like this? Well, the grand idea was to show adverts after each game and charging companies, such as toilet paper manufacturers, etc., for them. Continue reading for more.
When you rent office space, the last thing you'd expect to find is a door that blends right in with the wood flooring. However, that's exactly what this father and son found when they began moving things into the office. Even if you've come across something similar to this in other places, the leasing company definitely should have taken you down (or cleared everything out) there before signing it over. Continue reading to see why.
If you want to know the truth, just as a child, or so the saying goes. This also applies to homework that teachers assign. For example, this child did not understand that question number three wants you to subtract 6 from 8, but they thought it asked for any differences visually and literally. Unfortunately (or fortunately), things only get stranger from there. Continue reading to see all the examples.
Sometimes, home buyers might miss a thing or two before they move in, and for this family, it was a strange metal door in the backyard. Turns out, this door was actually a nuclear fallout shelter, complete with perfectly preserved vintage products from the 1960s. The previous owner, surgeon Frank Pansch, built it two years prior to the Cuban Missile Crisis. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Didga, the skateboarding cat.
Being called the "new guy" at work is bad enough for some people, but these job titles might be some of the most bizarre you've ever heard of, starting with Ludwig Dahl. He's apparently "in charge of the big door", but that just seems a bit vague, doesn't it? Even something as simple as "main door technician" would have made him look better on television. Continue reading for more.
Even if your number is on the "Do Not Call Registry", telemarketers still find ways to bother you. This guy was fed up with Evermoon Consulting, so he turned the tables on this particular telemarketer with a clever scheme of his own. Let's just say that if someone at Evermoon Consulting actually fell for the joke, this story would have been a lot more popular online. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a very emotional toddler.
Let's face it, everyone has a bad day sooner or later. Whether it be a speeding ticket on the way to work or not getting that raise you've been hoping for, things probably aren't going as bad as they are for these people. Starting off, this person bought what he thought was a new iPhone 5S from a Chinese vendor, but as it turns out, the entire device is just a dummy. Continue reading for more.