An orphaned sea otter pup was recently rescued and taken in by the lucky men and women of Chicago's Shedd Aquarium, and, man oh man, jesus christ, AHHH, have you seen the video the aquarium released about her? It's a very good video!
If jihad doesn't work out, the Islamic State probably has a future in public relations.
Ouija, this year's studio horror flick timed for Halloween, is not a scary movie. In fact, its scares almost only come in the form of jump scares—fake outs that are generally accompanied by a loud banging to make you flinch. Relying on these cinematic jack-in-the-boxes is bad filmmaking. Ouija is a bad film. Below, Ouija's jump scares are ranked.
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From time to time, Gawker's Rankings section is pleased to present rankings submitted by its readers and fans. Today, we bring you "Gawker Media Sites, Ranked," by one Joe Mayes. — Ed.
The Billboard Hot 100 has tracked the most popular songs in the U.S. since 1958, compiled from weekly from sales, radio airplay, and (starting in 2005) streaming data. The Hot 100 is popular music's analog to the box office or Nielsen ratings; ostensibly, these are the songs Americans spent the most money and time listening to. In the past decade (that's January 1, 2004 to Sept. 30, 2014; updates are announced every Wednesday), 141 songs have reached the coveted summit of the Hot 100. All of them, ranked worst to best.
When you say teen shows are just for teenagers, you're basically accusing yourself of being an idiot whose opinions are worth no more than those of a common criminal or a person from Riverside, CA. We don't agree.