There's no machine that makes you disappear (yet), but here are some other options.
On this episode of Shorties, the VICELAND host of BALLS DEEP takes us back into his library to show us the books he read to prepare to assist with an autopsy.
Watch the Kid Mero go full savage on a piece of fruit.
Depending on which economic school of thought you belong to, Christmas is either a waste of resources or a valuable uptick in healthy activity.
"If they had no mental health issues before they entered solitary, they do now!" was our unofficial mantra.
As America reconsidered mass incarceration, some citizens of "prison towns" were watching with bated breath.
"When a woman has an orgasm, techno music is playing in her head. If it's not techno, you know she's faking it."
It's more than just a big gut and a white beard.
This nearly man, this odd little bloke, has most likely been in the throes of a constant, violent internal crisis since about 1987.
On an all new episode of BALLS DEEP, the VICELAND host attends an autopsy to find out what happens to your body after you die.
Criminal justice reform needs to happen, even under President Trump.
A new book shines a light on the golden age of DIY promo art.
Read an excerpt from Patricia Lockwood's hilarious upcoming memoir, Priestdaddy.
We asked the stars of the "when someone new starts at work" meme what it feels like to find out you've gone viral 32 years later.
More and more creators are looking to the web to tell stories featuring queer women—here are a few to check out.
"There's so many ways not to get caught that we have never been caught."
There's nothing quite like overcompensating for tiny hands by having big Twitter fingers.
The theory weaves in Japanese fishing routes, Nokia phones, and the Trans-Siberian Railway to prove that Finland isn't real.
Tom Ford thinks they should. But do the men of London agree?
"I can see people staring at me from miles away."
Sam was 17 years old when he came to Australia for a job in construction. By the time he escaped he was blind in one eye and had a brain injury.
"Our target audience is fascists, racists and idiots. No point pretending otherwise."
Hopefully this helps you out.
On the season finale of Hamilton's Pharmacopeia, we meet up with famed LSD chemist Casey Hardison in the Nevada desert.