One possible design for Josh Wise's Dogecoin-sponsored NASCAR car.

There Will Apparently Be A Dogecoin-Sponsored NASCAR Driver

While Bitcoin gets all the headlines (and even a questionable magazine cover), it’s not the only cryptocurrency in existence. Dogecoin is a relative newcomer in the field, but it has enough fans on Reddit that they were able to raise funds to get the currency’s brand slapped on a NASCAR vehicle. [More]

Amy’s Baking Company Owner Calls For End To Reddit

Amy’s Baking Company Owner Calls For End To Reddit

It’s been several months since we wrote about the zany owners of Scottsdale, Arizona’s Amy’s Baking Company, the little restaurant that became world-famous after a now-infamous episode of Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares. Nearly six months after claiming that Yelpers were threatening her life, Amy is now calling for an end to Reddit. [More]

A Simple Tip That All Pizza Delivery Drivers Should Heed To Avoid Messes Like This

A Simple Tip That All Pizza Delivery Drivers Should Heed To Avoid Messes Like This

Have you ever had a pizza delivered that looked like the box had been tilted at a 45-degree angle the entire ride, causing the cheese and all the toppings to slide off to one side? It’s probably due to the pizza being piping hot and the angle of the driver’s car seat. But there are some simple ways for a delivery driver to level out his or her pizza parcels. [More]

Maybe The Most Depressing Amazon Listing Ever (Unless You’re In The Market For A Crack Pipe)

Maybe The Most Depressing Amazon Listing Ever (Unless You’re In The Market For A Crack Pipe)

People employ all manner of odd devices in the smoking of illegal drugs like crack and crystal meth, but there’s something particularly heartbreaking about realizing that people are using these novelty “love roses” as an affordable way to ruin their lives. [More]

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Kellogg Denies Having Anything To Do With Pringles Reddit Posts

Getting thousands, maybe millions of Internet users to view, like, share, and talk about your product isn’t easy. Any number of companies have tried to anonymously post “viral” content in the hope that it will spread quickly (and without having to pay for additional ads). And following a rash of funny/interesting Pringles photos popping up on Reddit, some users claim it’s a blatant marketing gimmick. [More]

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Man Looking To Thank Anonymous Time Warner Cable Worker Who Helped Stranded Wife

A man in North Carolina is hoping to find the Time Warner Cable employee who was the only person willing to lend a helping hand to his wife when her car ran out of gas this morning. Maybe you folks can help. [More]

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Walmart Workers Toss iPads Around, Post Video Online, Get Fired

We should be grateful that stupid people are often stupid across the board. This makes them easier to identify. That was the case with some night-shift warehouse employees at a Kentucky Walmart who thought that it would be fun to toss around what they claimed were iPads, dropping the boxes a few times like [insert name of your least favorite football team here.] Their poor judgement means that they thought it would be a fantastic idea to take a video of the shenanigans and post it on YouTube. [More]

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If You Fall For This Xbox Live Scam, You Should Probably Stay Offline

It’s just a hunch, but we’re pretty sure this important message is not from a real “Xbox Modiator.” [More]

At This Walmart, Three And A Half Pretty Much Equals Five

At This Walmart, Three And A Half Pretty Much Equals Five

I thought the idea behind having all of these computers around was that they were supposed to do the math for us. Correctly. A Reddit user snapped this picture of some fuzzy math at the self-checkout. Either the computer thinks that someone buying a pile of Lunchables and gum isn’t very quick on the uptake, or something is very wrong here. [More]

Cat Naps On Router, ISP Provides Decoy Router In Exchange For Cat Pictures

Cat Naps On Router, ISP Provides Decoy Router In Exchange For Cat Pictures

Liam lives in England and has a cat. As all people owned by cats know, warm, feline-posterior-sized electronic devices are irresistible to cats worldwide, and the DSL modem/router thingy provided by his Internet service provider, Be, is no exception. The problem is that this particular router doesn’t work very well with a cat on top of it. He made a joking forum post that featured a photo of his cat communing with the router and pleaded for a decoy router so he could keep his cat happy but also have functional Internet. Astonishingly…. the company complied. But only if he sent them more pictures of his cat. [More]

Reddit's Alexis Ohanion: Piracy Can Be A Great Opportunity

Reddit's Alexis Ohanion: Piracy Can Be A Great Opportunity

Reddit is set to black out for 12 hours starting at 8 a.m. ET this morning. But in advance of that temporary shutdown, the site’s co-founder Alexis Ohanion has been making the media rounds to speak out against the Stop Online Piracy Act. [More]

Is This Sandwich Worth 33 Cents?

Is This Sandwich Worth 33 Cents?

This decidedly minimalist sandwich showed up on Reddit today, and readers quickly deduced that it’s from Taiwan, where it sells for about 33 cents. Is that a fair price for a sandwich that’s mostly bread, and is clearly packaged in a way that makes it seem like there’s more to it than there really is, or does it make you want to demand more than a sliver of cucumber for your 10 New Taiwan Dollars? [More]

Buy Two Things At Kroger And Get A Free Yard Of Receipt Toilet Paper

Buy Two Things At Kroger And Get A Free Yard Of Receipt Toilet Paper

With the rest of the world trying to cut down on the use of paper, it is apparently up to the grocery industry to keep destroying trees in the name of ridiculously long receipts. [More]

Group Of Reddit Editors Make Public Stand Against Grabby TSA Pat-Downs & Revealing Full-Body Scanners

Group Of Reddit Editors Make Public Stand Against Grabby TSA Pat-Downs & Revealing Full-Body Scanners

There are few sites on the internet more tapped into the zeitgeist than the hive mind over at Reddit. So it should come as little surprise to those familiar with Reddit that a group of the site’s editors — or Redditors — have banded together to create a forum for those who feel less than enthusiastic about the TSA’s roll-out of full-body scanners and its “enhanced” pat-down procedures. [More]

$3 Billion CD Followup: Amazon Has No Procedures To Catch Erroneously High Prices

$3 Billion CD Followup: Amazon Has No Procedures To Catch Erroneously High Prices

Amazon called up the man who successfully bought a nearly $3 billion CD-ROM on a lark. They made sure he got his cancellation email and were reportedly very nice. It turns out that while Amazon has several procedures in place to catch prices that are too low, they have nothing to catch prices that are too high. Thanks to this incident, they’ll be working on fixing that. [Network World] [More]

Man Buys $3 Billion CD-ROM On Amazon Just To See What Would Happen

Man Buys $3 Billion CD-ROM On Amazon Just To See What Would Happen

To see what would happen, Brian Klug tried to buy a CD-ROM on Amazon of an instructional science program mispriced at $2,875,934,133.57 (plus shipping). What happened is that he bought it. Sounds like something similar as to what happened with those $23 quadrillion Visa errors where binary zeroes became hexadecimal spaces instead. [More]