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awful forums reader for windows 10 download


download download browse the something awful forums through a modern ui interface. unofficially. note: in order to use this application, you must already have an account at forums. somethingawful.com. the awful forums reader is a windows forums reader for something awful. now there is finally a good way to experience the forums on a tablet. get notified of when threads your interested in are updated. make good looking posts and replies. the awful forum reader can do it all. but very specifically, it can view the something awful forums.






aaron hernandez's death brings chilling end to tragic story


an awful story has an awful, if unexpected, ending.        






200+ awful music videos combined into 1


what happens when you combine over two-hundred awful/nostalgic music videos? you get one cringeworthy blast from the past.full story at youtube.more great music. posted by josh urich






washington post rips ‘awful, awful man’ bill o’reilly over harassment, lies and


commentary, facebook, media, u.s. newswashington post rips ‘awful, awful man’ bill o’reilly over harassment, lies and ‘core nastiness’david ferguson02 apr 2017 at 19:40 etthe washington post responded to saturday’s report by the new york times that fox news host bill o’reilly has cost the company $13 million in payouts to women who accused o’reilly of sexual harassment with a sunday editorial called “bill o’reilly, an awful, awful man.” the essay — written by the post‘s erik wemple — detailed the myriad of complaints against o’reilly and the elaborate measures that fox news undertook to silence the women who made them.in 2004, former producer andrea mackris filed suit against o’reilly for a series of suggestive remarks and a number of phone calls in which the conservative host called mackr






an internet phenomenon - the slenderman legend: everything you need to know - pi


an internet phenomenonthe “slenderman” has been an urban legend since it was born in june 2009. the creator: artist eric knudsen, going under the nom de plume victor surge, on an online forum called something awful. the story has since influenced everything from halloween costumes to video games to documentaries. it also, allegedly, inspired a pair of very real pre-teen girls to stab their classmate. their trials are set to start this year.here’s everything you need to know about the creepy cultural touchstone.credit: hbothe slenderman originin 2009, the web forum something awful held a contest challenging users to edit everyday photographs to appear paranormal.knudsen submitted two black-and-white photos of children with a newly-created “slenderman” character lurking in their backgrounds.






an internet phenomenon - the slenderman legend: everything you need to know - pi


an internet phenomenonthe “slenderman” has been an urban legend since it was born in june 2009. the creator: artist eric knudsen, going under the nom de plume victor surge, on an online forum called something awful. the story has since influenced everything from halloween costumes to video games to documentaries. it also, allegedly, inspired a pair of very real pre-teen girls to stab their classmate. their trials are set to start this year.here’s everything you need to know about the creepy cultural touchstone.credit: hbothe slenderman originin 2009, the web forum something awful held a contest challenging users to edit everyday photographs to appear paranormal.knudsen submitted two black-and-white photos of children with a newly-created “slenderman” character lurking in their backgrounds.






washington post rips ‘awful, awful man’ bill o’reilly over harassment, lies and


the washington post responded to saturday’s report by the new york times that fox news host bill o’reilly has cost the company $13 million in payouts to women who accused o’reilly of sexual harassment with a sunday editorial called “bill o’reilly, an awful, awful man.” the essay — written by the post‘s erik wemple — detailed the myriad of complaints against o’reilly and the elaborate measures that fox news undertook to silence the women who made them.in 2004, former producer andrea mackris filed suit against o’reilly for a series of suggestive remarks and a number of phone calls in which the conservative host called mackris while masturbating and penetrating himself with a vibrator. she received a $9 million payout and orders to never speak publicly about the harassment.earlier this year,






to move up for mitch trubisky, bears pay a lot for very little


the reward for being gawd-awful early is the opportunity to do something gawd-awful later, or in the case of the gawd-awful bears, with the second pick of the nfl draft.the bears need a quarterback. the bears always need a quarterback. the bears now have more quarterbacks than they can use.and none of them is as good as the one they no longer have.shock and awww, crud.say what you will about jay cutler — and everything has been said — in sheer cost to the bears, the once-and-failed franchise savior makes the price for new franchise savior mitch trubisky so much pocket change.before admiring the daring and conviction of general manager ryan pace to waste draft choices to get what he could have had by simply doing nothing, recall that the last time the bears reached for tomorrow, it cost two






is snapchat’s ceo awful enough to have said this awful thing?


image: getty.here’s a monday morning riddle for you. a lawsuit filed by an ex-snapchat employee alleges that ceo evan spiegel once told him the app is “only for rich people,” and that he therefore didn’t want to expand into “poor countries like india and spain.” at first glance, that comment might strike a reasonable reader as absurd, so explicitly awful as to be impossible to believe. given that the company’s notorious fratty co-founder allegedly made it, however, we are faced with a familiar conundrum: is there a limit to the sociopathic, bro-y, dumb-as-shit tendencies of silicon valley executives? or am i a dummy for thinking there could be?advertisementthe allegations first surfaced last week when court documents filed by the former employee, anthony pompliano, were un-redacted. pompli






witness recalls calgary woman clinging to gas thief’s car before being run over:


moments after a pickup sped off with a woman clinging to the hood an eyewitness heard “an awful sound.”angela reece testified monday she watched in horror as a gas station cashier chased after a truck which moments earlier had gassed and dashed from the centex where she was employed.“the vehicle accelerated at a high rate of speed going west,” reece said, of the ford f350 that had pulled out onto 16 avenue n.w. from the parking lot of the home depot store where she worked.“where was the woman?” crown prosecutor jonathan hak asked.“on the hood of the truck,” reece said.she said she could hear the diesel engine accelerate “very fast.”“i anticipated a bad outcome and i turned (away) and screamed and i heard … a sound like a branch cracking,” reece said.“it was an awful sound.”reece was testif






gop health plan is awful and americans know it: andy slavitt


recess showed the public is engaged, knowledgeable and ready to hold lawmakers accountable.        






gwyneth paltrow did an 'awful' seven-week cleanse


in a new interview, paltrow described her craziest diet feat yet.        






your guide to living with a car you absolutely despise


sure, having a car can be better than walking or taking your city’s woefully inept public transit system. but that doesn’t feel like the case when you own a car that inspires nothing but hatred and animosity.look, the simple fact of the matter is that life doesn’t always work in ways that we want it to.…read more last week, i asked you guys how to cope with having a car that you hate. you looked within yourselves and told me how best to achieve salvation. advertisementlet’s examine the advice. your mileage may vary!you’re a glass-half-full kind of person, aren’t you?make the most of a situation.ignorance helps, too!begone!it’s all about keeping the finish line in sight.a story from a buddy (slowfrs)hey, minimal injuries!coping with the work van.this is tough love.make a list (ssonsk)and st






if you’re excluding awful dad’s awful friend, you might need to exclude dad, too


dad cemented his awful status shortly after mom’s death. now what does daughter do about inviting him to her wedding?adapted from a recent online discussion.hi, carolyn: my mom died suddenly a year and a half ago at age 58. she was the best, basically; her only fault was her decision to marry and stay married to my dad, who is awful.he cemented his awful status by starting to date my brother’s friend a few months after my mom died; she be e a former friend because she “joked” two weeks after the funeral that she could finally go after my dad now that he’s single. then she did! they kept it a secret for months.while mom was alive i only tolerated my dad to preserve my relationship with her, and i’ve only continued because it’s important to my brother. i live across the country anyway.most r






that stinks! clerk says dead rats, pigeons leave awful odor


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james hodgkinson's neighbors recall strange behavior, simmering anger


“you turn on the news to see this awful tragedy," neighbor jacob borsch said of hodgkinson "you’d never imagine that the terrorist is living right across your street.”        






charles barkley's harsh truth-telling about 'awful' nba playoffs just might be s


everyone thinks it. everyone knows it. but charles barkley is saying it. repeatedly.the first two games of the nba finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers have been a tv ratings success, but, continuing a trend this postseason, they haven't been competitive. viewers may not be tuning out, but barkley, the "nba on tnt" analyst, has admitted that they've been "really, really awful" and has talked openly and often about watching nhl playoff games instead this spring. he even turned up during predators-penguins game 4 on nbc earlier this week to drive home his point, saying, "i'm just glad to be here because the nba playoffs have not been great, but the stanley cup playoffs have been amazing."normally, that's the kind of talk that can hasten the end of a broadcasting c






raptors rebound in game 4 win, even series with bucks


toronto bounced back from an awful game 3 to tie the series at 2-2. .        






why the paris accord matters


the following editorial appeared in the los angeles times on wednesday, april 19: ——— donald trump has been president for only three months and already he’s given up or reversed course or been stymied on a wide range of campaign promises. given how awful some of those ideas were — ending obamacare, declaring china a currency…






give mother-in-law the message: emotional abuse not tolerated here


carolyn hax advises a man whose mother-in-law doesn’t have any boundaries.adapted from a recent online discussion.dear carolyn: my mother-in-law has zero respect for boundaries. on a recent visit, she told us we were raising our newborn child incorrectly, criticized our marriage, told my wife that her personality was awful, and brought up things that she was mad about that my wife had done as a child.when we challenge her statements, she turns into a guilt martyr and says we don’t want a relationship with her, and she brings up her own awful childhood. at what point is it appropriate to agree with her and cut ties?– no boundariesmost read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.dear no boundaries: when she says any of these things — that you’re raising your kid wrong, that your mar






how to handle critical mother-in-law


dear carolyn: my mother-in-law has zero respect for boundaries. on a recent visit, she told us we were raising our newborn child incorrectly, criticized our marriage, told my wife that her personality was awful and brought up things that she was mad about that my wife had done as a child.when we challenge her statements, she turns into a guilt martyr and says we don’t want a relationship with her, and she brings up her own awful childhood. at what point is it appropriate to agree with her and cut ties?     no boundariesdear boundaries: when she says any of these things — that you’re raising your kid wrong, that your marriage stinks, that your wife is awful, anything along these lines, be completely clear: “i will not tolerate your saying things like that about me/us/my wife.” it’s not just






death to the roach / boing boing


after my parents got divorced in 1965, i lived in a one-room apartment with my mother at 56-10 94th street, in elmhurst queens. the apartment had a small alcove, and a wall was built to separate it from the rest of the space, and that was my room.our apartment was next to the incinerator room. for those of you born before recycling, you tossed your open bags of garbage down the chute, where it was burned. some lazy jerks couldn’t be bothered to open the chute’s door, so they just left their bags of garbage (usually just open paper grocery bags) on the floor. guess who’s coming to dinner?unsurprisingly, we had a lot of roaches in our apartment. i became inured to them after several years; if you’ve never had a roach infestation, you’d be shocked at how awful thousands of them smell. i becam






100-year-old seattleite knits baby sweaters and, boy, is she good


virginia carmichael of west seattle started with just one sweater for a needy baby, and then she just ... kept ... going.“good, it makes me feel good,” laughs virginia carmichael when asked how it makes her feel knowing how many babies she’s helped. “it makes me feel like i’m doing something worthwhile.”now 100 years old, carmichael, who lives at the kenney in west seattle, has been knitting for almost 75 years. she has volunteered at various things her whole life, but since she became a little less mobile, she started knitting baby sweaters for newborns in need. most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.she donates her sweaters to westside baby in west seattle.“volunteers are needed in an awful lot of different ways,” she says. “i feel like it’s very much appreciated, and






apple tries to save the ipad, but it's too little, too late


ipad sales are awful. truly awful. and while ceo tim cook may be bullish about the tablet's future, apple desperately needed to do something to try to turn sales around.well, we now have a price cut. you know things are desperate when apple starts cutting prices, but the latest ipad price cut might have come too late to save it.must read:how to get your iphone or ipad ready for ios 10.3before we look at why the price cut has come too late, let's consider the reasons for the price cut. ok, there's the obvious fact that sales suck, but there's more to the poor sales that meets the eye.cloud tvfirst off, ios 10 rendered some 40 percent of ipads that were in use obsolete. that's a huge number of devices blown away overnight, and it's the sort of thing that you might expect to be the catalyst f






10 awful animated movies - holy kaw!


some of the best, most creative movies in the last decade have been animated––think of coraline, up, shrek, and so on. but these movies, well, they missed the mark by a long shot.full story at youtube.more about animation. posted by josh urich






returning button hit with 15-place penalty for engine change


monaco — jenson button's one-off return to formula one at the monaco grand prix is proving problematic.the veteran british driver is likely to start sunday's race from the back of the grid after his struggling mclaren team was forced to make an unscheduled change to the car's power unit and incurred a 15-place grid penalty.given that mclaren has been way off the pace in qualifying, the 37-year-old button is highly likely to be starting last among the 20 drivers after qualifying later saturday."it's awful for jenson and awful for mclaren and not expected at all," mclaren racing director eric boullier said. "but it's monaco, so we'll try anything we can."it is set to be another frustrating race for mclaren, which is struggling with honda engines as it did throughout most of last year.teammat






100-year-old seattleite knits baby sweaters and, boy, is she good


virginia carmichael of west seattle started with just one sweater for a needy baby, and then she just ... kept ... going.“good, it makes me feel good,” laughs virginia carmichael when asked how it makes her feel knowing how many babies she’s helped.“it makes me feel like i’m doing something worthwhile.”now 100 years old, carmichael, who lives at the kenney in west seattle, has been knitting for almost 75 years.she has volunteered at various things her whole life, but since she became a little less mobile, she started knitting baby sweaters for newborns in need.she donates her sweaters to westside baby in west seattle.“volunteers are needed in an awful lot of different ways,” she says. “i feel like it’s very much appreciated, and i feel like i’m not sitting around, doing nothing.”she has be






100-year-old seattleite knits baby sweaters and, boy, is she good


virginia carmichael of west seattle started with just one sweater for a needy baby, and then she just ... kept ... going.“good, it makes me feel good,” laughs virginia carmichael when asked how it makes her feel knowing how many babies she’s helped.“it makes me feel like i’m doing something worthwhile.”now 100 years old, carmichael, who lives at the kenney in west seattle, has been knitting for almost 75 years.she has volunteered at various things her whole life, but since she became a little less mobile, she started knitting baby sweaters for newborns in need.she donates her sweaters to westside baby in west seattle.“volunteers are needed in an awful lot of different ways,” she says. “i feel like it’s very much appreciated, and i feel like i’m not sitting around, doing nothing.”she has be






a star is born: anderson cooper turns 50 today


i'm just not interested as a viewer in listening to anchors' opinions. it seems like there's an awful lot of yelling, and this year, yelling's been replaced by sarcasm and snarkiness. anderson cooper, 2008






he’s bombarding us with awful decisions


comedian amy schumer on tuesday bashed president donald trump on instagram, urging americans to fight against the president’s “unconstitutional and cruel” actions. schumer posted an image of trump’s tweet from early tuesday morning, in which he accused her relative sen. chuck schumer (d-ny) of pretending to cry about refugees being detained at airports. “this is what he was thinking about at 621am,” she said of the tweet.“also i know chuck schumer and he cannot act trust me. he can barely smile on cue. he can’t help but be transparent and genuine. he was hurt for those people and all the people facing such unconstitutional injustice,” she continued.“trump is about to bombard us with so many awful decisions. his supreme court pick will be terrifying and he will try and stop same adoption an






apple tries to save the ipad, but it's too little, too late


ipad sales are awful. truly awful. and while ceo tim cook may be bullish about the tablet's future, apple desperately needed to do something to try to turn sales around.well, we now have a price cut. you know things are desperate when apple starts cutting prices, but the latest ipad price cut might have come too late to save it.must read:how to get your iphone or ipad ready for ios 10.3before we look at why the price cut has come too late, let's consider the reasons for the price cut. ok, there's the obvious fact that sales suck, but there's more to the poor sales that meets the eye.see also ​apple defends ipad, tablet turf with price cut the core 9.7-inch ipad will now start at $329. apple isn't shy about trying to convince tech buyers to upgrade.first off, ios 10 rendered some 40 percent






a peek inside ray hudson's magisterial world


ray hudson, bein sports’ lead soccer analyst, might just be the most unique sports broadcaster in the world.barcelona megastar lionel messi didn’t just sidestep two real madrid defenders and launch a game-winning goal in sunday’s el clasico, he did it with such poise that “you could drop a tarantula into his shorts and he’d still be cool,” per hudson’s spontaneous analysis that instantly went viral.no one describes a sports match quite like hudson, who two days before his now-iconic call spoke at length with awful announcing about his broadcasting career, his devoted twitter following, his pursuits outside soccer and how he frankly finds conventional calls of games boring.“i want it to be an experience where i do justice to the likes of messi, cristiano [ronaldo], andrea pirlo and people l






this robot does windows


window washing is awful. window washing is so bad that it’s not included in most home cleaning services. window washing is so bad that deadspin didn’t even bother to rank it. $300 from amazon10 purchased by readersgizmodo media group may get a commissionbuy now






this robot does windows


window washing is awful. window washing is so bad that it’s not included in most home cleaning services. window washing is so bad that deadspin didn’t even bother to rank it. $300 from amazon50 purchased by readersgizmodo media group may get a commissionbuy now






this robot does windows


window washing is awful. window washing is so bad that it’s not included in most home cleaning services. window washing is so bad that deadspin didn’t even bother to rank it. $300 from amazon18 purchased by readersgizmodo media group may get a commissionbuy now






this robot does windows


window washing is awful. window washing is so bad that it’s not included in most home cleaning services. window washing is so bad that deadspin didn’t even bother to rank it. $300 from amazon5 purchased by readersgizmodo media group may get a commissionbuy now






100-year-old seattleite knits baby sweaters and, boy, is she good


virginia carmichael of west seattle started with just one sweater for a needy baby, and then she just ... kept ... going.“good, it makes me feel good,” laughs virginia carmichael when asked how it makes her feel knowing how many babies she’s helped.“it makes me feel like i’m doing something worthwhile.”now 100 years old, carmichael, who lives at the kenney in west seattle, has been knitting for almost 75 years.virginia carmichael, a 100-year-old knitter, has been making baby sweaters and blankets for newborns in need for many years. she goes to westside baby in west seattle to see what happens after she donates them. (ellen m. banner/the seattle times)she has volunteered at various things her whole life, but since she became a little less mobile, she started knitting baby sweaters for newb






wife makes intentionally horrible beef stew for husband


this poor guy has no idea that he’s being watched as he eats this awful beef stew. instead, he just politely tells his wife that he loves it.full story at youtube.more great humor. posted by josh urich






female officers in high demand at st. paul police department


allison rogers knew she wanted to be a police officer, but others had their concerns: did she consider teaching instead? had she seen the most recent news articles about officers who were killed in the line of duty?so rogers pursued a degree in corrections instead.“i had a lot of people telling me i wouldn’t want to be in the profession,” said rogers. “more out of fear than that it wasn’t a noble profession. i’m a pretty small … i’m 5-foot-1. with my boots, i’m 5-3.”in her second year at minnesota state university, mankato, she gained the confidence to switch tracks to law enforcement after speaking with an officer from her hometown of waseca, minn., where she served as a police reserve. on a recent urday morning, rogers, 23, was among 88 people who packed an informational meeting at the n