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Video revisits the joys of going to Blockbuster as a kid

"I would just hop on my bike and drive down to Blockbuster ..."  YouTuber sWooZie takes us on a blue carpeted walk down memory lane in a cartoon retelling of his pivotal Blockbuster moments as a tween. In it, he recounts scenarios we've all encountered in the now-defunct movie mecca, like

Here’s what’s up with Ashton Kutcher tweeting out his phone number

On Monday, Ashton Kutcher tweeted that he'd be "changing [his] social media strategy." On Tuesday, he tweeted out his phone number. No, Kutcher probably wasn't hacked. And if he did actually give out his private phone number, he probably has a new one now. I miss having a real connection w/ real

This innocent Disney kids toy sings a song that sounds very, very NSFW

As far as talking cars go, Lightning McQueen always seemed like a total hornball. YouTuber Boo Tube recently uploaded a video featuring a highly sexualized Lightning McQueen car. What starts out as a generic, bubbly pop song soon turns into something that would make anyone with functioning eardrums do a double take.

Watch Celine Dion go gaga for Lady Gaga at her concert

The power of Celine Dion's love for Lady Gaga is strong and, um, not subtle. The singer recently attended a Gaga concert in Las Vegas and revealed how much of a Gaga stan she is. I mean just look at that incredible arm span. Yes @celinedion!! 👏👏👏👏🎉 THE Queen of Vegas showing support

They’re not all good dogs: TSA prefers floppy-eared pups at airports

Expect to see more floppy-eared good boys at your local airport in 2019.  In an effort to put passengers at ease, the Transportation Security Administration says it is deploying more floppy-eared dogs to detect explosives in airports. Their pointy-eared brethren, apparently, tend to make us more nervous.     SEE ALSO: TSA seeks

Hacker uses internet meme to send hidden commands to malware

A recently discovered piece of malware has a unique way of communicating with its creator—through an internet meme posted on Twitter. The mysterious hacker has been using the "What if I told you" meme to secretly tell a Windows-based strain of malware when to grab screenshots from infected PCs, according to

Patreon bans alt-right content creators from earning money on its platform

Patreon, the subscription content service that allows people to receive donations directly from their audience, has taken a major stance against alt-right and far right content creators. After banning Milo Yiannopoulos from using its platform to fund a "magnificent 2019 comeback," Patreon also banned British conspiracy theorist Carl Benjamin for... well,