Drink Up: High Lead Levels Found in Two InfoWars Supplements

The most accurate description of the shrieking pageantry we’ve come to know as InfoWars is that it’s a dietary supplement business hiding behind a debased, unreliable, and exhaustingly stupid news network. Unfortunately for its founder Alex Jones, seen above chugging a glass of “Caveman True Paleo Formula,” two of…

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What the Fuck Is Scott Disick Tweeting About?

This morning we learned an important new detail about the troubled on-again, off-again beau of Kourtney Kardashian. That’s right, people: Scott Disick loves Bitcoin.

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Don’t Panic, But Wi-Fi’s Main Security Protocol Has Been Broken

A major vulnerability has been discovered in the protocol governing basically all modern wi-fi routers. Here’s what we know so far.

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What’s In the Cup?

Cuphead. It’s a game people were excited about for a long time, and I hear it’s great. But there’s something that’s been bothering me about the titular protagonist and his co-op buddy Mugman: what’s inside their tiny cartoon heads?

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Hyperloop One Is Proud to Announce Its Virginity

High-speed transportation company Hyperloop One, which landed $85 million in additional funding last month, revealed today that it has gained a new board member in business magnate Richard Branson, whose Virgin group was secretly responsible for an unnamed portion of that funding. The company will rebrand as Virgin…

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Everyman Prepares for Heist by Googling ‘How to Rob a Bank’

A man is being held on $100,000 bail for robbing a bank in Largo, Florida last week, and like any of us about to attempt an unfamiliar task, the 26-year-old William Joe Johnson turned to Google for tips first.

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Easy Hack Lets You Add More Games to the SNES Classic Edition

Expanding your library of games on the new SNES Classic is not only possible, it’s trivially easy. Though it may not be entirely legal.

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