Let's take a moment to honor the smaller, finer moments of life.
The weekly news cycle is like a labyrinth without all the David Bowie.
It's time to take a break from the garbage-covered circus of life and turn our attention to some truly awesome, happy stuff.
There's no denying 'Reign of Fire' is a supremely dumb movie, but no where else will you see Batman fight King Leonidas in a reenactment of the lightsaber duel from 'Empire Strikes Back.'
Some people pull such amazing feats, it's hard not to think they're secretly X-Men.
Most of us are willing to come down on people we find objectionable. Except, for some reason, in a handful of cases when we like to raise up those turd golems and pretend they're pristine turd angels.
We've ended up with some bizarre laws that will kill a Spring Break party faster than a tropical storm.
Once in a while, a person finds themselves face-to-face with Death ... and decides to yank the Grim Reaper's robe up and give him a wedgie
Print these out and stick them in your Trapper Keeper. (We know you all still carry one.)
Cartoon logic completely invaded these people's brains and basically ruined them as functional human beings.
The apocalypse, a pair of neanderthal-like twins, and an army of miniaturized Chinese soldiers on Mars.
The apocalypse, a pair of neanderthal-like twins, and an army of miniaturized Chinese soldiers on Ma...
Soldiers returning home, goofy dinosaurs, and monkeys -- just some things that brighten a Cracked staffer's day.
If you've seen the news lately, flying is just awful. Fortunately, there's a whole world of consumer goods designed to make air travel feel slightly less heinous.
Video game movies aren't BAD bad, just the vast majority of them are universally accept as 'so-so.'
Keeping up with the news is like trying to play Whac-A-Mole with your face.
It turns out there's at least one person on Capitol Hill trying to do something good and heartwarming.
We talked to former California Highway Patrolman Kevin Briggs, who talked over 200 people down off the ledge.
Fred Rogers sitting before congress and reading them poetry in earnest is why he was the realest American hero our country ever had.