Why Certain Pictures Make You Click On Awful Content

Time for some tough talk, ok? Bad content gets way more traffic than you do. I know you do not want to hear that. I know you care about making good content. I know you are doing everything you can think of to promote that content. I know you want to get above the noise, and you rack your brain daily to figure out how to do so.Read the full article

The Music Man "Ya Got Trouble"

http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/themusicman/yagottrouble.htm Meredith Willson's "The Music Man" Robert Preston & Shirley Jones

The Music Man

It's the Music Man, the screen version of one of Broadway's all-time blockbusters, a skyburst of Americana as irresistible as 4th of July fireworks. Robert Preston and Shirley Jones. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED Ω 1962 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Music Man "Seventy-Six Trombones" (finale) + lyrics link

http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/themusicman/seventy-sixtrombones.htm Meredith Wilson's "The Music Man"(1962) Robert Preston & Shirley Jones & cast

Simpsons - Monorail Song

How alarmingly similar this is to the situation on the Gold Coast with the hoax cruise ship terminal proposal and associated casino rort. Every Australian should stand up and take not of what is happening to the city's own Central Park and marine park. http://www.facebook.com/saveourspit http://www.saveourspit.com

The Odd Couple

Neil Simon has a special genius for finding the great hilarity in ordinary people doing everyday things. Like two divorced men who decide to share a New York apartment. That's the premise of The Odd Couple, though there's nothing odd in the casting of two Oscar®-winning talents like Jack Lemmon and Walter Mathau. The two veteran funnymen work together with the precision timing of a vaudeville team, but always with bright spontaneity. Lemmon plays fussy Felix, fastidious to a fault. He proves that cleanliness is next to insanity. Matthau is Oscar, who wreaks havoc on a tidy room with the speed and thoroughness of a tornado. An enduring and endearing picture, with the intelligence on usually misses in comedies.

The Wolf of Wall Street

Sex. Money. Power. Drugs. Brace yourself for an outrageous true story from legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese that critics are calling "a masterpiece for a new generation." Leonardo DiCaprio delivers "the best performance of his career" as a young stockbroker hungry for a life of non-stop thrills, where corruption was king and more was never enough. His rise to power earned him the title The Wolf of Wall Street. Together, Scorsese and DiCaprio deliver a story of American excess that is "an absolute blast from start to finish." *** * James Verniere, Boston Herald, ** Claudia Puig, USA Today, *** Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle

Jordan Belfort: "Insanity happens."

Piers Morgan talks to Jordan Belfort, the subject of the movie "The Wolf of Wall Street". More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/ To license video from CNN/HLN go to CNNImagesource.com or e-mail: cnn.imagesource@turner.com

Glengarry Glen Ross

A group of real estate salesmen in Chicago vie for the best "leads" at a small firm selling property in "resort" areas, such as Florida and Arizona. When a hotshot executive from the head office arrives and proposes a vicious sales contest, competition gets stiff, and salesmen who have worked a lifetime for the company find their jobs in jeopardy.

World's Weirdest Sea Worm Creature - Marine ribbon worm feeding

海洋リボンワーム送り そのことは、それが攻撃し...嘔吐されていません - ЧЕРВЬ ПЛЮЕТ ЛИПКУЮ ПАУТИНУ The most weird sea ribbon worm uses weird it's darting web-shaped substance to catch prey. A bloodthirsty worm that shoots white ‘webs’ like Spiderman to snare hapless prey, may sound like the stuff of nightmares. But the disgusting spectacle has been caught on camera – while the undulating red worm was resting on someone’s hand. It’s not clear exactly what the species of worm is, but it’s thought it is displaying its most deadly method of attack – by shooting out its proboscis – an elongated appendage like a nose that’s usually stowed inside its body. In the video, its body looks swollen and lumpy and it seems to pause before suddenly ejecting what looks like thick white mucus. Strands branch out immediately, like Spiderman’s webs, and snake outwards across the person’s hand. Afterwards, the worm carries on wriggling in its intended direction, over the white ‘goo’. There is much speculation about what the video really shows, but the person who posted it claims it’s a species of marine ribbon worn, which when threatened, explodes a proboscis from its mouth to attack prey. This proboscis usually stays in a fluid-filled chamber above the gut. Experts from North Carolina State University said that when the worm senses prey nearby, the circular muscle around its proboscis sheath contracts vigorously, forcing fluid from the sheath into the proboscis. This action turns the proboscis inside out, blowing it out of the sheath and the animal's insides. Within a second or so, the proboscis usually wraps itself around the prey, which is then drawn into the mouth and eaten. American Naturalist JFG Wheeler described the actions of the Nemertean Gorgonorhynchus, writing: ‘It is as if a large number of lively, wriggling, minute worms had been shot out.’ While this rings true in the video, it appears that the proboscis is detached from the worm. It's estimated there are between 900 and 1,400 species of ribbon worms, which have unsegmented bodies. Some can reach a length of 98 ft (30 metres) although their bodies are only a few millimetres wide. Ribbon worms have a complete digestive tract, with a mouth and anus, as well as their unique proboscis. However, some viewers of the video say it is probably the work of clever CGI and MailOnline has contacted experts for more information. So far, there are suggestions that the animal is a Kinabalu giant red leech or more likely, a type of Nemertea or ribbon worm.

Photoshopping Real Women Into Cover Models

We asked four women to participate in a Photoshop experiment. Their reactions to the results will surprise you. Post to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1iSHhzd Like BuzzFeed on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/18yCF0b Post to Twitter: http://bit.ly/1mdCMnJ Huge thanks to Andronica Marquis, Sierra Santana, Kate Reynolds, and Ella Mielniczenko. Sierra Santana -- Instagram: vivalasantana Twitter: @sierrasantana Andronica Marquis -- nicanow@icloud.com Original photos by Emily Berl -- http://www.emilyberlphoto.com/