Dr. Seuss, the guy who rhymed everything in all those books you read as a kid (or as an adult, no judgment), will be honored with a museum to his work in Springfield, Massachusetts set to open in mid-2016. According to a press release, the museum will be called The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, which is a huge stupid mistake.
At the end of a rant against the liberal machinery of Hollywood on tonight's Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert expressed his annoyance with the many product tie-ins being used to promote the new animated film the Lorax. Colbert expressed his feelings in Seussian verse and it was magnificent.
Think your future is so bright you need shades? Think again. College Humor's new Dr. Seuss parody warns you about your inevitable crushed dreams and destiny for mediocrity. Enjoy!
Most of us flub books like Fox in Socks when we have to read them at a normal pace. This gifted girl can probably make it through War and Peace in under an hour.
He's a mean one, Mr. Grinch, so you can imagine he's a lot more excited about scaring the bejesus out of people than he is redefining himself through love and understanding. Time to ready the dog-sled; We tee-pee Whoville tonight!
Homemade rap videos are usually a recipe for lameness, that's why seeing this quality video was such a shock! How many references to Dr. Suess can you spot?
Dr. Seuss Enterprises is suing a new coal company that calls itself LoraxAG—the objection being that Dr. Seuss wrote the story "The Lorax" to encourage environmentalism, whereas LoraxAG is a fucking coal company. But the president of LoraxAG has a compelling argument of his own: "'The Lorax is the protector of the truffula trees,' he told [a trade publication]. 'We think this is the greenest use of coal.'"