Billie and Gene each try to seduce Trick.
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A Georgia Air Force base apologizes for its insensitive Martin Luther King, Jr. Day ad.
"The Art of Language Invention" author David J. Peterson describes using etymology to create words.
The House of Representatives fails to pass President Obama's global trade legislation.
Tags: donald trump, dreams, candidates, elections, campaigns, speeches, food, economy, obama administration, barack obama, oral sex, asses, education, under the desk, democrats, republicans, mitch mcconnell, house of representatives, impressions, cats, animals, work/office, cycling, sports, nazi, nancy reagan, white people, anal sex, harry reid, business
Evan Young gives the graduation speech that his school vetoed due to content about his sexuality.
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Jon Ronson reflects on public shaming and how social media has created a surveillance state.
Journalist Jon Ronson recalls discovering a mysterious Twitter user who co-opted his identity.
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While being evacuated from his hotel room late at night, Joe Rogan tries his best to keep calm.
Does a YouTube instructor demonstrate how to pleasure a man or how to massage a possum?
The comics come up with TV-inspired merchandise and guess which smell a music festival will feature.
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