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Jan 20 2017
16

My favorite gag of the season was when they were pouring bottles of wine into the sink to stage MacLaren’s kitchen to look like him and his wife got blackout drunk. Read more

Jan 20 2017
1

The assumption that the Trump side of the house is less intelligent is naïve to the extreme. I am willing to bet that Trump and most of his chosen advisers have a higher IQ than the author of this story.

Jan 20 2017
2

Much as I hate to admit it, Trump is actually very good at rallying people after a natural disaster. Sure, he’s pushing his own brand first and foremost, but it seems to have a similar effect to empathy on his supporters. I’m speaking as a resident of Louisiana who had friends and family affected by the floods last Read more

Jan 20 2017
1

This is where “ideological purity” becomes the gold standard for “scientific integrity.” Science has unfortunately refused to recognize that its findings are not neutral with regard to ideologies as many individual scientists place their personal ideologies above scientific evidence.

Jan 20 2017
39

Well goddamn! I haven’t seen the movie but went into this article anyway thinking that A) it’s a recent M. Night movie so of course it isn’t worth watching and B) the twist is going to be something stupidly obvious anyway. In fact as I was scrolling down I was smugly thinking “let me guess, it turns out the kidnapped Read more

Jan 20 2017
4

Horror is the genre where I always read the plot synopsis in order to decide if I want to see it. I had zero interest in seeing Split once the full-length trailers came out. It looked like a bargain basement movie, which can sometimes be liberating for M. Night, but reading the synopsis just affirmed how shitty the Read more

Jan 20 2017
1

I don’t know why Gizmodo thinks that ONE man is running everything in this country now. One man has never ran everything and after today, One man still won’t run everything. Read more

Jan 20 2017
12

Unfortunately though, you don’t walk alone in this world. Especially in the US where of course the “others” can be the person you walk by on the street, who may even carry a gun and go get some pizza. So, yeah, good for you, but you *MUST* care for the existence of “them”.

Also, “higher education” != “not being an Read more

Jan 20 2017
5

Trump didn’t start the fire. He’s just capitalizing on it. The world has access to more information than it ever has in history. Most just don’t know how to use it.

We currently wait until University to teach critical thinking. It used to make sense - because most people never went near the stacks and libraries unless Read more

Jan 20 2017
2

Disparging people who aren’t all-in on vaccinations is just as stupid as the rabid anit-vaxxers. There are legitimate concerns about the current process of vaccinations for our children.

I’m by no means an anti-vaxxer. In fact, I come down squarely in line with Penn & Teller on the issue (Their Bullshit segment on Read more

Jan 20 2017
2

Glad to see another tech-relavent article on Gizmodo. I don’t know what I’d do if this site didn’t re-remind me multiple times a day how much they dislike the next POTUS.

Jan 20 2017
50

If you are doubting whether to have kids based on Trump’s election, then please do not have kids.

Jan 20 2017
2

DOOM AND GLOOM!!! DOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMM AND GLOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jan 20 2017
75

Welcome to the New Age of Gizmodo: Shoehorning in politics to everything ever to exist because, “Dammit, our corrupt candidate lost!”