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  • The Pax Ploom Is The Best Handheld Vaporizer In The World Right Now

    At some point in time I was going to have to tell you that the Pax Ploom is meant for tobacco use only. Might as well do it befo…

  • What’s On Tap This Weekend: Nugget Nectar Ale [BEER REVIEW]

    Don’t just smoke nuggets this weekend, drink some too! The Professor reviews Nugget Nectar in this week's edition of "What's On Tap?"

  • Art Masterpiece ‘Monkey Farter’ Is Critically Analyzed [VIDEO]

    Da Vinci. Van Gogh. Picasso. Will. I’ve never been an art connoisseur, but I think it’s safe to say there ha…

  • New Releases: ‘Bioshock Infinite,’ ‘Veep’ & More [GAMES & DVD ROUNDUP]

    Reviews by Phil Villarreal. Phil is an author, blogger and Twitterer. GAMES Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel (360…

  • You’d Probably Need to Be Really, Really Drunk to Like ’21 & Over’ [MOVIE REVIEW]

    A review by Phil Villarreal. Phil is an author, blogger and Twitterer. SCORE: 1.5 stars (out of 4) The so-called comedy 2…

  • Movie Review: A Good Day To Die Hard

    ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ Sucks Away Your Will to Live A review by Phil Villarreal. Phil is an author, blogger and Twitterer…

  • Movie Review: Identity Thief

    'Identity Thief’ Tries to Steal Your Heart, Just Swipes Your Time

  • 2012: The Year In Celebrity Sideboob [PHOTOS]

    All things considered, 2012 was a pretty noteworthy year for sideboob. But is it really any surprise that this fashion t…

  • The 25 Most Anticipated Video Games of 2013

    The video game industry is hurting. According to some sources, 2012 may have been the worst year for video game sales in seven years. That's the bad news. The good news is that 2013 is almost here, and with it, a whole new lineup of releases which are beginning to make the future look brighter than your screen after accidentally throwing a flashbang against a wall.

  • The MOGA Android Gaming Controller Would Be Awesome If I Could Get The Damn Thing To Work [REVIEW]

    The Power A MOGA Android gaming controller is conceptually a great idea for hardware for the mobile market. If you don’t…

  • How Does The iPhone 5 Stand Up To .50 Cal Bullets, Microwaves, etc? [VIDEOS]

    It’s already been a few days since the iPhone 5 came out and I’m a little surprised that I can only find three…

  • These Wild Roses Will Have You Howling Like A Wolf [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    Summer is almost gone, but our bottles of boozer are still full, so let’s party! This week on “Drinks of the…

  • THE EXPENDABLES 2: In Theaters Now—And The Internet Has Spoken!

    It’s only been two summers since The Expendables kicked the asses of Julia Roberts and Michael Cera at the box off…

  • Skate Back In Time With Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD [REVIEW, PHOTOS]

    As was the case with many of you guys, we spent hours upon hours of our childhoods playing all of the renditions of the To…

  • Brown Cow, Sticki Palmer, Cherry Bomb [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    Let’s get one thing straight—we don’t test and review hundreds of brands of liquor each year because we li…

  • 5 Things We Learned From The New COD: BLACK OPS 2 Multiplayer Trailer [VIDEO]

    The world got it’s first look at Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 multiplayer when a brand-new trailer hit Youtube today…

  • Tweet Us To Win A Copy Of Spec Ops: The Line

    If you missed it, we ran a review for Spec Ops: The Line a few weeks back. Honestly, after finishing up the campaign mode, i…

  • Kill Women, Children, And American Soldiers In Spec Ops: The Line [REVIEW]

    You know that you’re playing a good game when you have the option of mowing down an entire settlement of refugees i…

  • Film Critics Collide: THAT’S MY BOY Takes Off, ROCK OF AGES Wants To–Um, Rock

    Say what you will about today's new releases, but they can't be ignored. Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg have been making lots of noise with today's That's My Boy, and Rock of Ages has all the magazines fired up with its mix of Tom Cruise and crazy '80s fashions. Now let's see which film critics were up for some escapist entertainment, and which ones just wanted to escape...

  • 10 Year-Olds Review Skrillex [VIDEO]

    I’ll be the first to admit that this video of little English children reviewing Skrillex confuses the hell out of…

  • Have No Reservations About Weaving An Irish Jig [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    The weekend is upon us! It’s time to let loose and unwind, and what better way to do that than with COED’s …

  • COACHELLA 2012: THE WINNERS AND LOSERS

    Coachella is, without a doubt, one of the best-run music festivals in the States. I have made the pilgrimage to the vast polo fields in Indio, CA for the past 10 years and went both weekends this year in order to give you the full rundown. So...who were this year's big winners and losers?

  • The 10-Tini Is A Honeybox Assassin [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    Packaging is often what urges consumers to buy a particular liquor brand. Whether it be the labeling, the name, or even…

  • Bassnectar Releases His Album “Vava Voom” [VIDEO + REVIEW]

    Bassnectar, one of the staples of today’s electronic music scene, highlighted the release of his new album Vav…

  • Tigers Woods PGA TOUR 13 [REVIEW]

    Today marks the return of the world’s #1 selling golf video game franchise and this time it’s jam packed with an ar…

  • Bombastic Fire Crushes the Orange Ice [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    We’re not telling you how or when to drink, we’re just letting you know the right liquore choices to make! I…

  • We Get Handsy With The Sony Playstation Vita [REVIEW]

    While this isn’t coming out on the day the Sony Vita released, I wanted to get a full grip of the handheld system bef…

  • Little Agony, Lots of Ecstasy In High Contrast’s New Album [REVIEW + VIDEOS]

    Anyone headed to Ultra Music Festival this year should know about High Contrast, who just released his fourth album The…

  • Win a Copy of The Darkness 2 for PS3 or Xbox 360! [GIVEAWAY + REVIEW]

    Last week, the sequel to the 2007 video game The Darkness was released and for some reason it went pretty under the radar.…

  • Ron Jeremy’s Mustache Ride Gives Old Blue Some Pink Passion [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    Today marks the 60th consecutive week that COED’s “Drinks of the Week” has been a featuring new and…

  • Free Up Your Fingers With The SoftStep Foot Controller

    Have you ever been in the middle of using your computer, only to wish that you could operate it hands-free? Do you DJ or want to learn how? Then check out what the mad scientists at Keith McMillen have created: a foot-controller that opens up a bunch of possibilities. At its most basic, the Softstep is essentially a keyboard for your feet; but when used properly, it gives you access to two more hands. I'm not going to guess what you're going to do with those new hands, but I can tell you why this peripheral is one you should peep after the jump!

  • Blue Motorcycle, Hot Kilbeggen Toddy, The Flirt [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    This week we’re globetrotting as we check out three totally unique and spirits from around the world. First on th…

  • Bend a TEN Over a Root Beer Barrel with Cuervo Orange [DRINKS OF THE WEEK]

    1 year, 365 days, 52 weeks, and 156 individual bottles of booze reviewed by yours truly… Today marks the 1 year an…

  • Are Fanny Wangs Better Than Beats by Dre?

    There’s three things a good pair of headphones better do: seal off the outside; have a dynamic range (i.e. make your stolen MP3s sound like crap); and fit well enough so that you can wear them for hours. Courtesy of good padding, custom paired titanium plated drivers, a 10Hz-20 kHz range and sensible adjustment methods, these Fanny Wang on-ear headphones do it all. If you're looking for a pair of headphones noticeably lacking a rapper's name on them, check these out after the jump!

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