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On what embattled News Corp. Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch called the most humble day of his life, his third wife, Wendi Deng Murdoch, had one of the most badass of hers. While Rupert gave testimony before British Parliament about the phone hacking scandal that's corroding and embarrassing his media empire, an angry protester--an activist/comedian who goes by the name Johnnie Marbles--decided to give the honcho a taste of humble pie by launching a white plate of foam at the billionaire.
That's when today's badass sprung to action. Sitting in the gallery behind her hubby wearing a pink blazer and a black skirt, Wendi immediately jumped to her feet, wound up halfway with her right arm, and connected what looks like an open-handed swat with Marbles' head. She even appears to have grabbed Marbles with her left hand to either balance herself while falling over or possibly more impressive--secure him in proper striking distance and prevent him from getting away. BOOM! See for yourself.
There's no better excuse than summer to have a 64-babe, single-elimination bikini bracket. We'll be rolling out the matchups for the entire month of July. Voting on Sexy 16 contests will remain open until Sunday, July 24 at 10 p.m. ET.
There is something very hipster about original "Walking Dead" fans. They're always so quick to assure you that they were fans of the franchise before it was a hit show on AMC. They loved it before it was popular, when it was a monthly black-and-white comic book series. And like hipsters, they're willing to show their devotion by inking it into their mmmmdelicious flesh.
To celebrate the Season 2 "Walking Dead" teaser trailer--which, while hard to watch, is impossible not to--we've collected the best tattoos inspired by the Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore series. Read More...
Playboy head honcho Hugh Hefner apparently doubled up on Dr. Evil with a $2 millllllllion dollar offer to Foxy Brown to appear on the cover Playboy magazine. It's unclear whether Hef wants Foxy nude, topless or if he'll accept her clothed (boring), but the dollar amount leads us to believe that's $1 million per breast. So, it must be topless.
If Foxy takes the giant wad of cash she wouldn't be the first big-time celebrity to grace the cover of the famed magazine. Other famous ladies to show off their assets for the glossy include Pamela Anderson, Heidi Montag, Sharon Stone, Drew Barrymore and Cindy Crawford.
So what's left to consider? Are the letters P-L-A-Y-B-O-Y behind an image not too different from the one above that big a deal? Maybe the legally challenged rapper is trying to rehabilitate her image and doesn't want to get topless, naked or mostly unclothed at this time. What we do know is that if Hef made a similar offer to one of us here for some reason, we would immediately get naked, run away with the money and then celebrate like this.
One of the hottest songs this summer is undoubtedly "Racks" by Atlanta rapper YC. It's basically just about stacking bundles of money on top of each other. Apparently, YC has a lot of cash and does a lot of stacking. He must be really strong.
More important, though, the song has opened up a whole new world of possibilities of things that can be stacked on top of other things. How about guys named Jack (see above)? Or maybe assorted snacks? We took this basic idea and explored it through various GIFs. Enjoy them after the jump. Read More...
While watching the 2011 No-Limit Hold'em Championship in the World Series of Poker rage on, it's surprising to see how excellent these players are at holding their poker faces when so much money is at stake. Usually, you only see them break when they've lost a huge pot. We're calling it the "lost-the-farm" face, because if life were a '50s movie, these losers would be mortgaging their family farms to cover their debts.
Like the guy above, Gus Hansen, who had just lost several hundred thousand dollars on "Full Tilt." Dude further ingratiated himself by then accusing his opponents of cheating. And with that we present you this photo gallery of the very finest professional poker players grappling with epic defeat. Read More...
Anyone who has seen the Metallica documentary "Some Kind Of Monster" knows the band's mustachioed lead singer isn't exactly accommodating. A few years ago James Hetfield decided to put up a metal (of course) fence on the edge of his sprawling estate in Northern California's Marin County. The fence blocks a trail that connects two nature preserves. When hikers complained, he argued the metal fence is because trail users had been harshing on his property. He's older now and wants those damn kids to keep off his lawn!
Hetfield won the dispute because work has begun to build a three-mile hiking trail that bypasses his home. The project will cost taxpayers $650,000. We thought living in nature was supposed to mellow people out, but Hetfield seems anything but chill. Maybe he felt his edge slipping and put up the metal fence to rediscover hardcore? If so, their next CD better be more deadly and magnetic than 2008's Death Magnetic.
"Breaking Bad" is about crystal meth, murder and New Mexico. Despite those unfortunate aspects, it's an incredibly entertaining and educational show. Even though I got a C in high school chemistry, after watching three seasons of teacher turned cooker Walter White (Bryan Cranston), I can probably cook up a batch of seriously pure meth and not even blow up my trailer. No decent citizen necessarily wants to learn that, but it's good to know just in case.
With the fourth season of "Breaking Bad" currently on AMC, we've decided to highlight the most important life lesson from the first episode: Never help your competition. More specifically, never help your competition because you may not only lose your job but get shot in the face. Read More...
Chris Hardwick was unlike anyone else on MTV in the mid '90s. As the host of "Singled Out," he was beloved by the millions of us who would never make it onto the dating game (because we were 10). His quick, dry wit flew over the heads of the beautiful, beefy, blonde and big-chested contestants and landed in the laps of fans watching at home. He teased the popular people and didn't get punched! Hooray! Victory for the little guys.
When MTV canceled "Singled Out" in 1998, casual fans may have thought Hardwick fell into the same void that claimed Daisy Fuentes and Downtown Julie Brown. Wrong. Hardwick refocused on stand-up, became one of the smartest comics working and began quietly building a nerd empire. His website, The Nerdist, has evolved into a must-read tech blog, a top 10 comedy podcast and an upcoming book, "The Nerdist Way." Hardwick can be seen hosting "Web Soup," performing solo or in the musical duo Hard 'n Phirm, popping up on "Attack of the Show" and speaking with us. Read More...