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.
Conan O’Brien’s Prop Master Offers Cheap Super Bowl Party Tips
It's that time of year -- Super Bowl! Sadly, many people are experiencing hardships during this financial crisis and trying to save some money. But the fact remains that it is the Super Bowl, a time for all types of gatherings -- most of which aren't cheap -- in celebration of the pigskin. Thanks to…
Katie Couric’s Manti Te’o Interview Gets Auto-Tuned
America's fascination with Auto-Tune continues. And yes, this one is also catchy.
Get an Awesome Pep Talk From a Kid President
It isn't everyday we find ourselves being schooled by a kid (or in this case, Kid President) but the message coming across in this video is so powerful, everyone should give it a view.
Check Out Some Terrifying Giant Squid Footage
With the ability to grow over 50-feet long (holding eyes that are equal to the size of dinner plates) this video -- featuring an enormous squid filmed more than 3,000 feet deep into the ocean -- proves that Jaws might be the least of our problems.
Teen Forced to Sign ‘Mom Contract’ to Get iPhone
The day a teen gets his or her own iPhone is usually one of the happiest of their youth. They're finally seen as responsible, semi-independent individuals. However, this 13-year-old, whose mother decided to attach her own 18-point agreement of rules and guidelines in exchange for the phone, mig…
A Cappella Group Walk Off the Earth Performs Amazing Taylor Swift Cover
America's favorite sweetheart, Taylor Swift, is undoubtedly ripping up the charts with her newest album, 'RED.' Yet as good as it might be this version of Swift's hit, 'I Knew You Were Trouble,' might be even better than the original.
Ultimate Fails of 2012
As another year draws to a close, this video inspires us to ask the age-old question: "How is our species still alive?"