Feb 052015
People Try Foie Gras For The First Time

Foie Gras has become more controversial than ever after California banned the decadent dish. Most people are against the fatty goose or duck liver delicacy because of the brutal way the birds are force fed in cages their entire lives.

But BuzzFeed found a chef who only deals with free range ducks for his foie gras, so they decided to hold a test taste for people who have never tried the meaty treat. Would you ever eat foie gras?


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Dec 222014
JibJab’s 2014 Year In Review

Online viewers have become accustomed to Jib Jab‘s end of the year wrap up videos. Back before YouTube even existed, the musical comedy channel would go viral as friends and families would forward and email the hilarious end of the year songs to each other. Though they aren’t as famous as they once were, their content is still a good watch. Here’s Jib Jab’s 2014 year in review


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Dec 172014
Mom Calls C-SPAN To Rebuke Her Debating Political Pundit Sons

Brothers Brad and Dallas Woodhouse are both interested in politics, but sit on the complete opposite sides of the aisle. The two political pundit brothers were debating on C-SPAN‘s Washington Journal when they received a very unexpected guest caller: their mother. Both brothers quickly dropped their heads in embarrassment the moment they heard Mom who rebuked the two over their constant bickering. 

Oh God, it’s Mom!”


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Dec 152014
Time Lapse Of New York City Anti-Police Brutality March

The media may have moved on, but the masses are still very upset over the lack of an indictment of the police officer who put Eric Garner in a choke hold during an attempted arrest that lead to his passing. Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets over the weekend for a ‘millions march’ with the help of the trending hashtag #MillionsMarchNYC

Vinay Pulim had his camera recording from a building above 6th Ave and 29th St., and put together this inspiring time lapse of the impressive march over an hour and a half. That’s a lot of people! 


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Dec 032014
Inside Guantanamo Bay’s Kitchen Is Eye Opening

Most Americans have Guantanamo Bay burnout. After hearing about the controversial prison for suspected terrorists for over a decade, Americans no longer want to hear about it. More recently, the detention center has been in the news after many prisoners started a hunger strike to protest their detention, and it came to light that they were being force fed via a feeding tube. 

The foodies at Munchies gained unique access to the detention camps to see what prisoners are eating when they are not partaking in the hunger strike. Strangely enough, they met a bubbly and positive Korean woman named Sam who is the head of the kitchen. 


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