Have you ever wondered what it means when people from India move their heads in certain ways?
The video above provides the answers.
Australian comedian Aamer Rahman, who happens to be of Bangladeshi descent, makes jokes about white people.
Is it reverse racism, a term which frequently gets used against ethnic minorities? Why is it not okay for white people to do the same about non-white people?
Rahman, who is one half of the comedy duo Fear of a Brown Planet (Nazeem Hussain being the other half), doesn't think so.
He manages to deftly argue, in a humorous manner, why charges of reverse racism don't really work by exposing the systemic and institutionalized prejudices against visible minorities.
Watch it below and see what you think.
Libertarians, investors, techies, policymakers, and bankers all have differing reactions to the computer-science marvel that is Bitcoin.
For some people, the possibilities of the digital more-than-a-currency are too much; they have to sing its praises or follies out loud.
Here's five Bitcoin-inspired music videos that—depending on your taste and point of view—are either amazing or awful.
Original song: "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel
2. Blame It on Mt. Gox
Original song: "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele
Dallas sports newscaster Dale Hansen has made quite the viral splash with a fierce and astute commentary on hypocrisy in football.
In his Dale Hansen Unplugged segment, Hansen commented on the reaction to Missouri defensive end Michael Sam's public coming out as gay on February 9.
In response to NFL officials saying that Sam's announcement would hurt his chances in the NFL draft because it would make players uncomfortable and the locker room is a "man's world", Hansen criticized them.
He pointed out that players who are murderers, rapists, physically abusive to women, have DUI charges, or use drugs or hire prostitutes, are accepted but a man who loves another man is not.
To have kids, or to not have kids: it’s one of life’s biggest decisions.
Perhaps you are currently in a relationship and sitting on the fence. On the pro no-kids side, you can not only go to the bar whenever the hell you want to, but also follow up those six Strawberry Squashed Alley Cats with a double Chocolate Choo-Choo, secure in the knowledge that no one will be screaming for your attention at 6 a.m. when all you want to do is die with your head in the bedside puke bucket.
On the negative side, well, actually, there doesn’t seem to be one, unless one of your life-long dreams is wiping another human being’s ass seven days a week for the first two years of their existence on this godforsaken hellhole of a planet.
While I don't quite buy the idea that skipping school leads to bloody, chaotic carnage, this definitely would have made the skip-day episode of Saved by the Bell a lot more interesting.
Rob Ford wasn’t in Vancouver for more than a few hours before he encountered a minor brush with local law enforcement.
The Toronto mayor well-known for cutting loose was ticketed by RCMP officers Friday evening (January 31). Ford was not reprimanded for public intoxication, as initially reported.
“He said, ‘I f’d up boys. I was just trying to cross the red light here, and this ‘B’ stopped me,’” a witness reportedly told Global News.
Ford was in Vancouver for a memorial service.
People took to the streets of Paris this weekend to demonstrate against a new law restricting access to abortion in Spain.
The topless activists with the sextremist group Femen were among the crowd.
Not surprisingly, there were lots of shutterbugs snapping photos in front of them.