Seriously, though, probably GTAForums and maybe Cracked.
I used to love Cracked but lately it's turned into a haven for college-aged libtards complaining about stupid sh*t first-world college-aged libtards complain about for the sake of getting more hits (they're always the "hottest" articles). I go to Cracked to read funny, intriguing articles about science, the paranormal, urban legends, pop culture, history, etc. It used to avoid preaching, and when it tackled a social or political issue, it offered a balanced approach, giving a peek to every side of the spectrum and having the readers think about what was right and what was wrong. If I wanted to hear a bunch of sheltered idiots discuss politics, I'd check the comment section of news sites.
My most frequented sites (within my search history ), in no particular order:
youtube.com (alphaomegasin, boogie2988, AngryJoeShow. and ReviewTechUSA are my favorites)
When I'm bored, I use StumbleUpon.