Watch A 15-Minute 'Vice' Documentary On A Man Who Eats Nothing But Cheese Pizza

Notice I said "man" and not, "picky seven-year old." If you've got 15 spare minutes and want to feel like a health nut even though your hands are covered in Cheetoh dust, I suggest you watch this Vice documentary on a 38 year-old man who doesn't eat anything but cheese pizza with extra sauce all day long. Extra sauce? What sort of picky eater are you? It warrants mentioning that if you're looking for a chuckle and an opportunity to mock the guy for having the dining habits of a four-year old, you might want to pass. He's got diabetes and denies that it's caused by his eating habits, even though that he admits that diabetes would be worth it. Kind of a bummer, actually. Anyway, if you wanted a kick in the ass to get a bowl of quinoa for lunch instead of a French dip, this is probably it.

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Spoiler: It's not like the book. Diehard fans of World War Z (the book) got all up in arms when they found that the "oral history" aspect of the book was being forsaken because it would have cost a metric shitload of money to produce twenty-odd vignettes around the world. It understandable that a movie studio would diminish the breadth of scope of the novel and focus it a little more for the purposes of narrative and cost. However, this trailer shows that the film became more or less the story of Brad Pitt's character and his family, and looks sort of like Outbreak meets Independence Day. It's a departure, and seems to nullify what made the book so special, but the film still looks good, though in a much more conventional way. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, read the book. It's terrific, and is an amazing narrative and story, regardless of whether or not you give a damn about zombies.


Universal Studios (Orlando) Adds A Duff Beer Garden And Lard Lad Donuts To Its Roster Of 'Simpsons' Eateries

The best thing in Florida since Limp Bizkit left. In case Luigi's Pizza, Krusty Burger, and Moe's Tavern aren't enough to satisfy your whimsical, fictional tastes while trolling around with the masses in Orlando, you can now open your refined palate to donuts and beer. Like a Rockefeller. The collection of eateries/drinkeries is known as Simpson Fast Food Boulevard, and it's a place I'm dying to see, and would undoubtedly be a place I would be dying to leave after about four minutes. Take a look!


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F*ck. Bryan Cranston is done playing the bad guys. Now he's playing a surrogate parent to your child, reminding your child that f*ck, man, eat your food. The book and audiobook from author Adam Mansbach, is now being read aloud by Bryan Cranston, after the initial installment was written by none other than the king of f*ck, Sam Jackson. So, your child can listen to Cranston's soothing voice while being reminded You Have to Fucking Eat. Of course, this guy is really writing books for angry, embittered parents who resent their kids for not behaving like adults. But embittered adults (that is to say, all adults) LOVE Bryan Cranston, who played a pretty embittered adult in a TV show once. So if you don't eat your food, Heisenberg is coming for you. And he's the danger. Maybe we can get Michael Shannon to read, Wipe Your Own Ass, Child next.