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Se os teste internettets mest bizarre skønhedsprodukter

Den sørgelige sandhed er, at du ikke slipper af med din dobbelthage ved at pakke ansigtet ind i en stram spandexbandage.
Annie Lord
7.20.18
Penge

Amazon løfter sløret for deres nye udbringningsdrone

Hør Jeremy Clarkson fortælle om Amazons nye 'mirakel' af en drone.
Daniel Oberhaus
11.30.15
Motherboard

Erotiske historier om at blive knaldet af Clippy og dværgplaneten Plutos kæmpe penis

Leonard Delaneys teknofile, erotiske forfatterskab er virkeligt, virkeligt syret.
Joost Mollen
11.23.15
Stuff

The Dickheads Trying to Make a Profit Off the Paris Attacks

Since 2001, thanks to the rise in internet shopping and on-demand printing, anyone with a computer can turn themselves into a grief entrepreneur.
Julie Le Baron
11.18.15
Stuff

Good and Bad News: Amazon Is Going to Start Delivering Booze to Your Door Within a Few Hours

The beginning of the end for my liver, and probably yours.
Joel Golby
8.27.15
Fashion

We Found Some Goths in the Amazon

They traipse around Manaus in heavy black bodices and chunky black boots attracting the sun like a moody solar panel.
João Paulo Machado
7.7.15
Stuff

Robot-Generated Art Is Going to Destroy Culture

Throw away your e-readers now.
Sam Kriss
6.26.15
Stuff

I Spent 24 Hours With a Female Truck Driver

"That's one thing about this job," says Kerry, her long blue nails resting on the steering wheel. "You get amazing sunsets. There's just something about the A1 in the morning, you know?"
Nell Frizzell
5.12.15
Stuff

'Cum For Bigfoot': The Rise, Fall and Future of Monster Erotica

Following 2014's "EroticaGate", sex-with-monsters books are still going strong.
Andrew Lipstein
3.16.15
Stuff

Sobriety Through Satanism

To beat a nasty nitrous addiction, Harvard and Stanford grad Lilith Starr turned to Satan.
Sophie Saint Thomas
3.15.15
News

Brazil's Arrested Forest Kingpin Isn't the Only Problem Facing the Amazon

This week, Brazil arrested a man who may be responsible for up to 20 percent of illegal cuttings in the Amazon over the past few years. That's good, but until the country strictly enforces conservation laws this is just a Hydra problem.
Mark Hay
2.28.15
This Week in Racism

Should Amazon Let White Supremacists Sell Merchandise on Its Site?

Amazon.com's Marketplace allows people from around the world to sell goods online, and some of those products are tied to hate groups.
Dave Schilling
1.15.15