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Every year, like twenty-ish people fall victim to Google's indifference, and instead of finding the answers they need, find themselves here on WNV, face-to-face with a poop joke. Today, we try to help those poor lost souls.
Here we are in another new year after another wildly successful holiday season. Joy and happiness were spread to all mankind, family and friends shared the warmth of the season, and Pope got sick, so now he's pissed off at the world. Join us as we help you create your own successful holiday season in five easy steps.
We're back from our holiday hiatus, and we're ready to make 2014 every bit as uncomfortable as we made that last section of 2013!
The busy holiday travel season is upon us, and many of us are flying from various corners of the world to others. Here as always to help prepare you for the harsh realities around you, WNV takes a look at the types of people every flight is bound to encounter.
Black Friday has been vilified in the media for the violent, frenzied behavior it induces in the public. Many prominent figures have asked if stores go too far with advertising and deals, creating a "perfect storm" scenario. We at WNV have a very different question to on our minds: do they go far enough?
The holiday season is in full swing here at WNV, and we were hoping to share a little of our spirit with all of you. Spirits, more accurately. Here are a few of our favorite thanksgiving drinks to help you get weird this year.
Spam has been an ongoing annoyance since the beginning of telecommunications. Be it via telemarketer, SMS, ad-ware or e-mails, that's not a lot you can do to avoid it. In a heroic recreation of the final scene from Independence Day, Admiral Rowe hurls himself headlong into the belly of the beast. I don't have a good feeling about the outcome.
Hey guys did you hear about Rob Ford, the crack-smoking, drunk-driving Mayor of Toronto? Well, unfortunately for us all, Twitter definitely has, and as always, they hold only the most interesting of opinions about him and the future of his career.
I recently sat down to watch the film Thor: The Dark World. Consequently, I now have opinions regarding Thor: The Dark World.
Some will call me monster for what I've done. Some will call me hero. But none of that matters to me. Not anymore. What's important is that we won. There were certain measures that had to be taken in order for that to happen, and those choices are now mine to live with.