Oct 122015
John Oliver On North Dakota

It wasn’t that long ago that the state of North Dakota was an afterthought in the American economy. That all changed when the shale fracking boom brought thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of investments into the state. But what goes up must come down. Now that the price of oil has crashed, the state is in trouble explains John Oliver on Last Week Tonight.


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Oct 072015
Everything You Know About the Confederate Flag Is Wrong

The ruckus has died down by now, but for a while there was a big effort to scrub the confederate flag from all public, and even private, institutions after the mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. But here’s the thing, the flag that we all recognize as the flag of the Confederacy wasn’t really their flag, explains Cracked.


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Oct 062015
American Kids Try Dinners from Around the World

When you think of dinner in America, a few popular dishes come to mind. Hamburgers, mac and cheese, pizza, spaghetti, and chicken with mashed potatoes. But what about the rest of the world? Cut video decided to give a group of American kids an authentic culinary tour of the world by having them taste test unique dinners from all over the globe. 


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Sep 302015
Country Man Is Unapologetically Southern

 Chad Prather is a proud Southerner. But after getting messages and comments on his videos about his Southern accent he finally had enough and decided to make this rant where he explains he’s unapologetically Southern. 

This video has gone viral with over 1.5 million hits!


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Sep 022015
T-Pain Sings National Anthem At LA Dodgers Game

Of all the famous pop stars out there, T-Pain is probably most famous for his excellent use of auto-tuning. But what many music fans don’t realize is that T-Pain actually doesn’t even need the auto-tuning. He has a very good voice without any electronic crutch. He proved that two days ago at the LA Dodgers game where he sang a beautiful rendition of the Star Spangled Banner with just his own voice. 


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