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Sometimes it's simply better not to know.
Everyone is so innocent before meth takes its toll.
What better way to use this expensive technology than to mess with unsuspecting wildlife?
It turns out America's still got its work cut out for itself.
This is no less than the craziest, most brainwashing-est thing anti-piracy groups have ever suggested.
Lots of people break under the immense pressure of their jobs. Most aren't on television when it happens.
The worst part? This is all infuriatingly legal.
It's almost as if there's no vetting process here before these ads go live.
Honestly, these ads may as well just be computer viruses.
You never know what mystical treasures you may find dwelling in your abode.
But, you know, minus two FBI agents dripping with sexual tension.
Sometimes people put on superhero costumes with absolutely no intention of fighting crime and wind up saving the day anyway.
It is our duty (hey-yo!) to keep you up to date on these matters.
Thanks, Ben Franklin.
The media have a troubling habit of scooping up tin jars of magic powder from Internet snake oil salesmen.