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Far Cry 5: It's Hip To Be An Apocalyptic Religious Drug Cult

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[Entertainment]
Computer/console games continue to become more advanced, graphical and intense, now resembling mini-operas of realism and, in many cases, blood and gore.

But are they going too far? The latest version of the popular Far Cry series, called "Far Cry 5" seems to alternatively criticize and glorify the rise of right wing, religious extremists in what some might consider a very realistic manner. But nowhere does this become more creepy and weird when you examine you choice of the game's three possible ending cinematic sequences. See for yourself...

**SPOILER ALERT** If you're not interested in playing through the games 14+ hour run time to see where it goes, continue to read this article..

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Adult Coloring Books: The Latest In Escapism

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[Entertainment]
Russell Brand has a very insightful commentary on the meaning behind the popularity of new "adult coloring books"...

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Has The Ultimate Source Of Evil Finally Been Identified?

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[Music]
Australian vloggers, Juice Media have been putting out very high quality, almost-too-intense news-based rap videos for quite awhile now and I'm a big fan of their work. But their latest video, with nods to Russel Brand and Die Antwoord is revolutionarily mind-blowing in my opinion.. see for yourself..

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Comedy Roundup #1

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[Humor]
[Entertainment]
Every once in awhile we need a pick-me-up to offset the crazy stuff that seems to happen around us. So here's a nice distraction of some of my favorite comedy routines... I hope you enjoy them.

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What If John Lennon Auditioned For The Voice?

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[Music]
[Television]
Many of us have wondered, in today's corporatized world of packaged entertainment, could truly unique and thought-provoking artists have a chance? Let's set the "What If" machine and see...

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Russell Brand "On The Nature Of Fame"

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[Entertainment]
[Psychology]
English comedian Russell Brand outlines the nature of his desire "to be famous" and in a short 10 minutes outlines a brilliant, cogent diatribe on the psychology of fame...

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The Last Mountain

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[Movies]
[Environment]
It's easy to forget that each time we turn on a light, we are contributing to the ecological damage caused by the coal that generates electricity in this country. The Last Mountain gives us plenty of reasons to remember.

Watch an incredible journey these filmmakers take in chronicling a small community's attempt to fight for their lives and the lives of half of America who is downstream.

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Katy Perry Fights Back Against TV Censorship

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[Music]
In the wake of the Children's Television Workshop axing a segment where pop singer Katy Perry performed her song on Sesame Street, fearing the singer was too exposed (apparently children are only allowed to see cleavage as a road map to mom's refreshment station), Perry has gone on the offensive in a big way. First showing up on Saturday Night Live in a provacative outfit made out of an Elmo shirt, she's totally left the boat with her latest video... I smell some lawsuits from CTW on this one despite the fact that it's an obvious parody... and completely hilarious!

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Conan OBrian Visits Google

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[Humor]
[Entertainment]
Conan O'Brien visits the Google offices and hilarity ensues as he takes control of the Interview and decides to break his moratorium on being publicly funny.

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Reggie Watts: f_ck Sh_t Stack

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[Music]
[Humor]
Comedian-Rapper Reggie Watts turns out a hilarious video parody of all other rap videos...

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