Continuing on with last week’s narrative thread, we asked writer Lachlan Liesfield what books he’d plunge himself into an inferno to save.
With Google+ being picked apart by the jaws* of Facebook, we have secured the re-telling of a story of someone who saw it firsthand.
On the back of the Cecil the Lion outrage, a hunting club has been formed to claim the deadliest foe known to man: dentists.
Glen Falkenstein enjoys the concept of Self/less, but the execution, not so much.
We plunged resident bibliophile Loretta Barnard into a pickle. Her library is on fire and there’s only time to save three books. The horror!
A surprising hat (sombrero) was thrown into the Presidential Ring this week, with Sinaloa Cartel leader El Chapo running for the Democrats, as JKL reports.
This week I’m with Stupid lets us in on Gab’s special day, with Hugo’s elaborate and problematic Lip-Dub proposal.
Our hack editor Mathew Mackie has a complicated relationship with William Shakespeare, especially now he’s discovered how many words were invented by the great man.
Fortune cookie writer? Water slide tester? Artisinal pencil sharpener? We delve into the top 5 weirdest jobs we’d like to try…
After the weekend’s Reclaim Australia rallies, Maiya Elali got to wondering who we are. Are we what we claim to be …or are we something else?
After the Reclaim Australia demonstrations we’ve decided that Australia needs a simpler flag, one we can use purely for protest, so we’ve created the TBS Flag Poll.
With Anders Breivik now enrolled at Olso University, we discuss the five reasons why’d he’d be a quality ring-in for a group assignment.
The Reclaim Australia rally protestors, amidst all the pushing, just wanted to get their point across. But they’re certainly not racists.
Lachlan Liesfield wanders through Evelyn Waugh’s lucid WW2 novel “Officers and Gentlemen”, which, despite it’s problems, loses none of its power to drag you in.
After an x-rated lovemaking video disgusted China this week, resident military theorist Maciej Radny outlines how we can use it in our favour.
With the passing of Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata, Steven Barnes explains what he meant to gamers everywhere.
With the monumental NASA pass-by of Pluto due this week, we at TBS have obtained leaked emails that outline the government’s plan to Australianise the (almost) planet.
When we found out an Aussie company was putting consumers in a stronger position to make better shopping decisions we needed to get onto that! As it turns out, Shopping ninja saves you a few bucks on your next functional alcoholism purchase, or you know, if you have your life together enough, technology purchase… so we sent Brett Pearce to search online and report back.
Barack Obama continues the great presidential tradition of hiding the truth in matters of public interest; classifying the true fate of Jon Snow.
After Greg Hunt’s political genius tore down hundreds of years of democratic assumptions this week, JKL looked on in awe.
Loretta Barnard was engrossed with the Anthony O’Neill’s adventurous re-imagining of the Arabian Nights. During Sydney’s VIVID festival last year, I attended a screening of The Adventures of Prince Achmed, a silent film from 1926 created by German film-maker Lotte Reiniger using exquisite hand-cut silhouette animation. On stage, playing live, was a small ensemble…