When Cody Swanek was told by his math teacher to take a certain algebra problem and convert it into a story, the 8th-grader dug deep into his knowledge of the Star Wars universe and wrote the most epic possible math question.
J. J. Abrams is making Star Wars Episode 7. He rented three speeder bikes which was 700 imperial credits to start. He must pay 100 imperial credits to keep his speeder bikes daily. If he does not pay daily, Prince Xizor and other Black Sun members will kidnap J. J. Abrams, bring him to Mustafar, and sacrifice him.
J. J. Abrams is also paying 5 bounty hunters to keep separatist spies out. That costs 200 imperial credits to start, then 50 imperial credits for each bounty hunter every time they capture a spy. The Separatists send 2 spies every day.
In how many days does J. J. Abrams spend the same amount of imperial credits on speeders and bounty hunters.
Once you’ve figured out the answer, be sure to pass it along to Mr. Abrams. It seems like he’ll need it.
When people watch Springs of Life Giving Waters Ministries on television amazing things happen, apparently. So when phone lines open up, obviously these apostles and prophetesses are going to be inundated with testimonies of God’s miraculous power that has been demonstrated through their program.
In this instance a hamster breeder phones in with a remarkable (if scatologically cringeworthy) tale. As you listen, be warned — Surprise shofar praise ahead…
As much disagreement as there is surrounding the Bible, there’s one thing everyone can agree on. The Old Testament has some crazy stories. And now one of the most outlandish sequences of tales, namely Moses’s entire life, is coming to the big screen.
Judging by this trailer, it’s going to be as epic as it should be…
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader join a Denver morning news show to talk about their new movie, but their interviewer hasn’t seen it yet. This might not have been completely obvious…except that he asked about doing the nude scene — a scene which, in fact, does not exist.
It is as awkward as any other interview foible, but the three of them play it off very amicably. This is plenty embarrassing for the interviewer, but because the video is going viral, he clearly did his job — the movie is being promoted far more for his complete failure than if everything had gone smoothly.
When Chris Pratt sat down with Jimmy Fallon to talk about his start in acting, the topic of his first headshot came up. When Pratt begins to tell the story, it seems like it’s going to end up much worse than it does…
A technical glitch caused New York’s News 12 Bronx to remain live on air during what was supposed to be a commercial break yesterday. This wouldn’t be newsworthy except that anchor Matt Pieper and reporter Amy Yensi had a bizarre conversation about welfare that was broadcast across New York.
The two were about to report on the need for more school crossing guards, and Pieper was passing along instructions to Yensi from their producer when he went off-script…
Here’s the text of the unfortunate exchange between the two…
Pieper: And Dave wants you to also mention that parents do their f**king jobs and walk their little kids to school on their own and not rely on everyone else kind of like people rely on government assistance for their entire lives. And bye Felicia. I actually added the part about government assistance but it’s true. I mean, how old are these kids?
Yensi: I think I qualify for government assistance (laughs)