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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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Improve your pool table for only $200 grand

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[Diamond Studded Toenail Clippers]
[Sports]
In these times of depression, *cough*, excuse me "recession", I'm sure many of us are thinking, "I've got an extra two hundred thousand dollars to blow making my pool table look really cool. What can I do?"

We've got your answer.

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Epic Star Wars Episode I Movie Review

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[Movies]
[Humor]
On YouTube, he goes by "Red Letter Media" - a middle-aged guy named Mike from Milwaukee who is an avid Sci-Fi fan. How avid? He put together a 70 (Yes Seventy) minute review of Star Wars Episode I - the Phantom Menace. Now you're probably thinking a 70 minute movie review must be incredibly boring. Quite the contrary... Apparently this video is a "must see" in the hollywood movie community and presents a thorough indictment against George Lucas that even the most avid Star Wars fanatic probably can't argue against. Watch and learn and be wickedly entertained.

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Majel Roddenberry Passes Away

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[Movies]
[Television]
Gene Roddenberry's wife, Majel Roddenberry passed away today. We at BSAlert particularly mourn this loss because Majel was an outspoken secular humanist, as was her husband Gene, and this theme ran through all the Star Trek shows while Gene was involved.

Her romance with Roddenberry earned her the title "The First Lady of Star Trek." A fixture in the "Star Trek" franchise, her roles included Nurse Christine Chapel in the original "Star Trek," Lwaxana Troi in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and the voice of the USS Enterprise computer in almost every spin-off of the 1966 cult series. She recently reprised the voice role in the upcoming "Star Trek" film directed by J.J. Abrams.

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Weird Al's Post Financial Disaster Bling-A-Thon

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[Music]
[Humor]
Weird Al Yankovic has a new song out which addresses how the rapper lifestyle will change in the aftermath of the current financial crisis. Hilarious and poignant....

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Bill Maher Defends His Movie Religulous On The View

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[Movies]
Bill Maher visits the ladies on The View and takes some heat for his anti-religious stance and movie, "Religulous". Let's hear what these ladies have to say to Bill and the resulting hilarity...

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Slacker Uprising Movie Released Online

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[Movies]
[Activists]
Michael Moore's latest movie is not in theaters. It's online and you can download and watch the first free online release of a major motion picture.

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Hymns With Subtitles

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[Music]
You ever wonder what they're singing in church with those hymns? Finally, some enterprising people have put up closed captions...

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Mike Meyers' Bad Kharma: The Love Guru

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[Beating Dead Horses]
[Movie Reviews]
Another box office bomb, Mike Meyer's "Love Guru" has set new and interesting standards for how creative various reviewers can pan this $64 Million Dollar toilet-joke-fest. We pick our favorite lines from hundreds of movie reviews...

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Charlie The Unicorn: Part 2

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[Beating Dead Horses]
[Movies]
A really cool, creepy viral video, Charlie The Unicorn now has a sequel!

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Kansas still stuck in 1940.

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[Sports]
[Edumakashun]
If they were to remake The Wizard of Oz today, I think we'd find one of Dorothy's most famous lines would change. "Thank goodness we're not in Kansas any more, Toto." It seems many people it Kansas still want to repress women as they were in the 1840's, 100 years before this movie first came out.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas activities officials are investigating a religious school's refusal to let a female referee call a boys' high school basketball game. The Kansas State High School Activities Association said referees reported that Michelle Campbell was preparing to officiate at St. Mary's Academy near Topeka on Feb. 2 when a school official insisted that Campbell could not call the game.

The reason given, according to the referees: Campbell, as a woman, could not be put in a position of authority over boys because of the academy's beliefs.

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First Look: Exclusive Radiohead In Rainbows Box Set

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[Music]
We here at BSAlert are big Radiohead fans, so it's with much excitement we give you a first look at the limited-edition Radiohead box set for their new In Rainbows album that was sold exclusively online.

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The World's First Honest Rap Video

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[Music]
[Humor]
Check-check-check it out. Finally someone does a rap video that makes sense...

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And You Thought Crazy People Only Ride The Bus!

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[Music]
A couple of geniuses from Kansas City decided to combine two things that nobody else would've ever thought to combine-- cabs and karaoke. Unlike my unsuccessful startup in the 90's featuring golf and violent thunderstorms, I think this brain trust is really on to something!

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Minesweeper, The Movie

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[Movies]
What else can they make into a movie these days? How about the Windows game, Minesweeper?

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Sports Fan Pays For Team Spirit With Testicles

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[Sports]
[Mean People]
Some people take college football rivalries pretty seriously. Aggressive trash talking or some mild vandalism are not uncommon when some see the colors of their school's hated rival. Some folks, however, are so serious they'll literally tear your balls off.

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How Do You Promote A Chocolate Bar?

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[Music]
With a gorilla of course... right?

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Doctor Buys Huge Interest In Lion's Gate, Distributor of Sicko

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[Movies]
Would you find it suspicious that a doctor with heavy ties to the HMO and Pharmaceutical industry suddenly went on a quest to acquire controlling interest in Lion's Gate, the distribution company for Michael Moore's movie, "Sicko" a week before it opened? And then the movie's release in theaters seems to rapidly diminish? Coincedence? Or has Lion's Gate now become a puppet of big pharma?

Bill Maher's upcoming film critical of religion is also set to be distributed by Lion's Gate. Are we going to see a trend of activist films being limited in distribution by their corporate controllers?

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Rapper Aims At Pharmaceutical Companies With Hilarious Spoof

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[Music]
The New Jersey rapper, Sudden Death, has launched a free-to-play track which mocks the drug industry's direct-to-consumer advertising. The song, titled Pillagers, describes the experience of a man taking two dozen pills for various conditions and being prescribed the drug Liquiplox that "relaxes the lining of your throat making it easier to take pills". "Liquiplox isn't for everyone. People without health insurance or who otherwise may be unable to pay should not take Liquiplox. Do not stop taking any of your other medications without consulting your doctor as this may cause an unsafe drop in our profit margins."

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Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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[Movie Reviews]
I was hoping I wasn't going to regret watching this movie. I guess it depends upon whether I had any significant expectations.... I should have first attended a class of "Defense Against the Dark Arts" to warn me of the impending charm of unoriginality cast over the production of this latest Potter movie.

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The "Facts" Behind Michael Moore's "Sicko" Movie

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[Movies]
Michael Moore's new movie "Sicko" unleashes a substantive indictment of the American Healthcare industry. Is it accurate?

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Sicko Opens Today, Michael Moore Responds To Critics

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[Movies]
As Michael Moore's new movie, "Sicko" opens today, all sorts of things are flying, from rumors that the Feds are going after the people whom he took to Cuba, to an interesting exchange in front of the NYSE, and we have the video, where Michael Moore, on the steps of the New York Stock Exchange talks about how to improve healthcare, urges fund managers to stop investing in companies that profit from denying people healthcare, and responds to critics of the movie's details.

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BSAlert Movie Review: 1408

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[Movie Reviews]
They say nobody can spend a night in room 1408 of the Dolphin Hotel without killing themselves. I haven't stayed in room 1408, but I felt like killing myself a few times while watching this movie...

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Mr. Santorum Goes To Hollywood

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[Entertainment]
In one of the most frightening developments in entertainment since Jim Belushi's last feature film, it turns out Ricky Santorum (a man so reviled there was an internet-driven attempt to get his name intimately associated with anal sex) is in early talks about a movie project of his. Ex-Senator Santorum is working with producer Stephen McEveety, who has produced quite a few movies for another one of this country's crackpots, Mel Gibson.

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Free Hugs

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[Video]
[Music]
What happens when a guy goes around with a sign that says, "Free Hugs?"

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When Logos Attack

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[Olympics]
There is a peculiar disease that affects a certain group of people every few years. Those people? Olympic organizers. The disease? Dumb logo mania. Whether it's cavorting panda bears or a truly ridiculous torch/bee/spring combination, the people who are tasked with coming up with an Olympic logo, a logo which is meant to show the entire world that your city is not going to screw up the Olympics, can be some real morons. And the right honorable Brits are no different.

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If I Were On Broadcast Television I Would Say "F*ck Yeah!"

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[Entertainment]
A U.S. Appeals Court (the shoulder to cry on of the federal judiciary) recently overruled federal regulators who had decided that expletives spoken on broadcast tv is in violation of decency standards. The New York court said that the FCC's new policy on so-called fleeting expletives "arbitrary and capricious." An arbitrary and capricious conservative federal policy about decency? No shit.

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See The Trailer For Michael Moore's New Movie, "Sicko"

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[Movies]
The movie that even Republican and Conservatives are calling brilliant is getting ready to hit theaters. Check out the trailer for Michael Moore's documentary on healthcare: SICKO.

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Happy Birthday George Carlin!

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[Entertainment]
[Humor]
The greatest comedian alive turns 70 years old. Happy Birthday George!

Let's take a walk through some of George's memorable material...

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100 Worst Cover Songs

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[Beating Dead Horses]
[Music]
Retrocrush has put together a scary yet entertaining list of the 100 worst cover songs in history. If you think you have heard some bad covers before, check out this outrageous list, along with videos of most of the horrid transgressions.

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Music For One Apartment And Six Drummers

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[Movies]
[Music]
Check out this amazingly creative percussion ensemble. What happens when you have six percussionists invade a European apartment?

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World's GREATEST Music Videos

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[Humor]
[Music]
What are the world's greatest videos? Which ones truly rate a place in the pantheon of musico-visual divinities? Thriller? Baby One More Time? The Legend of Bilbo Baggins? Virtual Insanity? Safety Dance? Dirty? Justify My Love?

You may think so. But that's only because you may never have beheld the wonders of true artistry....behold. You haven't seen anything yet...

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Bob Dylan Wrote Everything

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[Video]
[Music]
Did you know that virtually every popular song was penned by Bob Dylan during his highly creative period of 1960-1966? I knew he was prolific, but I never knew he was that prolific. Check this out!

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Cinema Comes Full Circle With Burger King Feature

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[Movies]
It's bad enough that going to the movies these days is like poking your head into a bar in a bad neighborhood: maybe you'll have a good time, or maybe you'll be sorry you ever got out of bed that day.

It's even worse that moviegoers are now subjected to at least fifteen minutes of obnoxious commercials prior to the movie; adding insult to injury is that often these advertisements are for lame television programs.

Could things get any worse?

Well, it looks like they have.

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What is Tarot?

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[Entertainment]
Tarot (also known as Tarock, Tarokk, Taroky, Taroc, Tarok, Tarocchi and similar names) is a family of trick taking card games played with an enlarged deck of 78 cards which include an extra court card for each of the four regular suits, a permanent trump suit of 21 cards, and a kind of "wild card" called "the Fool" or "Excuse." Although seen primarily by many as a means of fortune telling or divination, the Tarot deck was created in northern Italy during the 15th century for playing card games. The notion of a trump suit which survives in such popular card games as Spades and Hearts originated with the game of Tarot.

The myth of Egyptian origins of Tarot, while once common, has long been debunked by later scholars. There is also no record of Tarot cards being used for the occult or divination prior to the 18th century. The Tarot card readings popular at Renaissance Fairs are a creative license taken with historical fact and should not be viewed as authentic. Contrary to popular belief, conventional playing cards were not derived from Tarot decks and the Fool is unrelated to the Joker of conventional playing cards. The Joker was created in the USA during the 19th century originally for the card game Euchre.

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Showtime Takes Control Of Smithsonian Archives

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[Movies]
When two filmmakers recently tried to gain access to archives of the famous Smithsonian Institute museum and were denied, it came to light the institution has engaged in a 30-year contract with soft porn-peddling cable channel, Showtime, giving them almost exclusive access to the nation's largest museum.

Stay tuned for Showtime's latest original movie: Xaviera goes to the Air and Space Museum!

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The Five Lamest Charlie Brown Cartoons

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[Movies]
[Video]
As we get older, we probably cling to that nostalgic notion of Charlie Brown and his friends, but have you ever looked back at some of the work from the Charlie Brown universe and how profoundly lame parts of it were? Snoopy disco dancing (ten years after the fad); Charlie Brown endorsing Cheerios... check 'em out.

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The Book of Job On Video

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[Movies]
For you Bible aficianos out there, check out this goon project called, "The Book of Job" - A surprisingly entertaining rendition of this chapter of the Bible.

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NBC To Dixie Chicks: Shut Up And Sing

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[Movies]
Citing its policy barring ads dealing with "public controversy," the NBC network said on Friday it rejected a TV commercial for a new film documenting the furor over the Dixie Chicks' criticism of President George W. Bush.

The ad features footage of lead singer Natalie Maines declaring during a London concert in March 2003 that the band was "ashamed" to come from the same state -- Texas -- as Bush.

Since when has being ashamed of the president been "controversial?"

Check out the trailer for this interesting documentary here.

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Battle of the Album Covers

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[The "Buzz"]
[Music]
A very very cool video. If you were into music from the 70s to the 90s, you'll totally love this.

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Study Shows Daily Show Has As Much News As "Real" News Programs

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[News Media]
[Entertainment]
The Daily Show is much funnier than traditional newscasts, but a new study from Indiana University says it has the same amount of meat on its bones when it comes to coverage of the news. The brand of news coverage Jon Stewart and the rest of The Daily Show's staff brings to the airwaves is just as substantive as traditional news programs like World News Tonight and the CBS Evening News.

Most of us think the Daily Show is a lot more informative than all mainstream news.

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Line Rider

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[Entertainment]
[Art]
Announcing Line Rider, one of those very addictive yet simple games...

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