That piece of shit doxxed a bunch of people on their new “election fraud” site. Some emails sent in complaining about the invasion of privacy contained people’s full names and email addresses, and in some cases if it was attached in a signature their home address and phone numbers as well. It’s been up for a while now…
Happy Friday, everyone! We made it through the week alive, and most of us have done it without committing treason. So here’s to you, non-treasonous people of kinja! Here are some animals I believe also have not committed treason.
Enter the tavern. Bite the plot hook. Go on your righteous journey. Kill the monsters. Fight the boss. Free the town. Rinse, repeat, and rejoice in those experience points. There you have it: the life of a lawful good Dungeons & Dragons character.
I am very sure that the Arms AI is cheating, and I am not the only person who thinks so.
What is there to know about Fabio Fognini? He is the languid, deviant pirate of tennis. With a skull headband wrapped around his dome, he does a stout little swagger around the court. He does not swing his racket very dramatically, but very dramatic things happen to the ball after it leaves his racket. And when in his…
Flat stages are usually not the most exciting Tour de France stages, but they have been completely bonkers this year. There was Peter Sagan maybe pushing Mark Cavendish into the barriers and eliminating both riders from contention. Today, Marcel Kittel was awarded his third stage of the Tour, but it’s not clear…
It is increasingly clear that America is not good enough for the like-an-Alfa-4C-but-livable Alpine A110. Damn it. Damn it to hell.
The weekend is for having a long weekend, which is lots and lots of time to play video games.
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Xbox Chose A Direction At E3 2017 - But Is It The One Fans Wanted? • Nyren’s Corner: The Conferences Are Over, So Who Won E3? • In Defense of Anthem, a Game That Shouldn’t Need a Defense Yet
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Top 5 Destiny 2 Most Wanted Features • The Last Night: The Prettiest Game from Microsoft’s E3 Conference, and One You Should Think Very Carefully About Before Buying • BioWare’s New Game Looks Like A Dud In The Making
Tokyo 42’s cute aesthetic belies a murderous underbelly. It’s a pretty violent game, but look at all the tiny people running away.
A radiation-detecting U.S. Air Force aircraft was intercepted by two Chinese Su-30 fighter jets over the East China Sea Wednesday. Details over the exact cause of the intercept are unclear, but such incidents take place when a sovereign nation believes an unauthorized aircraft is in danger of breaching its air space.
The North Face is partnering with a Japanese company to make new parkas from synthetic spider silk. And everyone’s favorite Minnesota dentist is in trouble with the law again due to allegedly illegal hunting practices. It’s What’s New Outside.
For 2016, Honda is adding more aggressive styling to its wonderful little do-it-all, the CB500F. It now gets LEDs front and rear, along with a shorter exhaust can that’s said to be better sounding.
Combining cross-disciplinary skills from a diverse array of sports — water skiing, basketball and butterfly catching — skarping doesn’t just look like a lot of fun, it helps the environment too. The asian carp is an invasive species injuring boatmen across the midwest.
This spring, an 80-year-old Japanese chalk company went out of business. Nobody, perhaps, was as sad to see the company go as mathematicians who had become obsessed with Hagoromo Fulltouch Chalk, the so-called “Rolls Royce of chalk.”
We take it for granted that urinals flush. With each pull of the lever, gallons of clean water come to whisk away a few ounces of pee. If you think about it, it’s actually pretty wasteful, and the current drought is convincing facilities to consider waterless urinals. But these waterless bathroom contraptions have had…
Dinosaurs fossils, we’ve all been taught, consist of bone—their flesh, skin, and organs having decayed long ago. But a new discovery might upend that assumption: Scientists have found evidence of blood cells with the protein intact in eight fossils which were not even particularly well-preserved.