Kyle Dowling has written for Penthouse Magazine, Playboy Magazine, The Atlantic, The Believer, Psychology Today, Splitsider, The Smoking Jacket, and Psychology Tomorrow, among others. He is also currently a producer on a scripted series in development. Word has it that he's a musician as well.
Camera Catches Russian Jet Plane Crash
It's nearly impossible to watch this without cringing...
‘Quirkology’ Creates Eye-Boggling Illusions With Forced Perspective
Yet another reminder that things are not always as they appear.
Jerry Seinfeld on How to Write a Joke
Just what is the deal with Pop Tarts? Jerry Seinfeld lets us in on his private joke-writing technique.
Think You Can Tell Holland From the Netherlands? Think Again…
No matter what you think you know about European geography, this fast-moving video is about to blow your mind.
Is the ‘Baby Snatched By an Eagle’ Video Real or Fake?
Yep, this actually happened. (Maybe.) Going down in Montreal, the video -- in which an eagle unsuccessfully attempts to snatch up a toddler -- has racked up over 1 million YouTube hits in just one day.
Dog Owner Offers Out Hugs to Heal Newtown
In an attempt to heal not only the ones directly connected to the tragedy at Newtown, CT, this past Friday, but the entire town, retired special education teacher Michael Cragin has decided to offer out hugs — not from him, but from his beloved bulldog Truman.
Watch Last Night’s Touching ‘SNL’ Opener
As a way to address this past Friday's unfortunate tragedy in Newtown, CT, 'Saturday Night Live' opened their most recent episode -- hosted by alum Martin Short -- with a heartfelt performance of the Christmas classic, 'Silent Night.'
News Anchor Proposes Live On-Air
Thank God this worked out — if it hadn't, it could have resulted in some serious dead air!
Hungry? Try California’s Caviar-Dispensing Vending Machine
Great news, readers! The over-priced, stomach-turning (but for some reason decadent) meal known as caviar is now available via vending machines.
Awkward! Election Reporter Tongue-Tied Over Will.i.am
We're not quite certain who's more hopeless, the reporter who misidentifies Will.i.am as Wyclef Jean (and even when corrected, still can't get the name right), or the anchor who completely forgets his co-worker's name. Mike? Blake? Whichever.