US video game titan Electronic Arts (EA) is buying the Australian mobile game maker behind hit titles Flight Control and Real Racing for play on iPhones or iPads.
These inadvertently erotic billboards spotted outside various places of worship look like the work of some extremely naive — or severely repressed — church employees. Luckily, those of us who’ve already double-stamped our tickets to Hell are physically incapable of overlooking a dick joke. Here are some of our favorite cases of “That’s what He said.”
French planes have started dropping bomb-shaped chunks of concrete instead of actual bombs on Muammar Qadaffi’s tanks in Libya. The idea is that a 600-pound concrete training bomb, dropped from thousands of feet up, can crush a tank without creating a huge explosion that kills a lot of people.
A logo is the graphic representation of a brand, but for these companies, “graphic” is an understatement. It’s actually pretty remarkable how many of these unsubtle innuendos slipped past the companies who approved them.