Nobody makes the distinction better than Encyclopedia Dramatica: The Internet is where normal people go to find things out -- to get business info or the news. The information superhighway, if you will. The internetz is like the landfill beneath that -- a nerd-dominated repository of all things filthy, wonderously bizarre and, most of all, random. Because Wednesday is a slow news day, each week we're bringing you the best of that haphazard world in a collection of loosely related items about whatever topic we happen to come up with. Today, courtesy of the trolls over at 4chan (if you're not familiar, note before you click the link that it is really, really NSFW), we bring you frogs on bicycles.
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