Given the cornucopia of new videos "Weird Al" Yankovic has given us from his new album, 'Mandatory Fun,' available on Amazon and iTunes, we thought now might be a good time to dig into his videolog and pick out our favorites.
Wired's new in-depth article about 'Mystery Science Theater 3000,' which featured a grown man and two robot puppets making fun of stunningly bad movies, rolls through the entire history of the iconic TV show.
Millennials. They're everywhere. The debate rages on. Sides are taken over how to define this upcoming batch of semi-adults. Some see them as whiny, self-entitled egomaniacs, while others see them as ambitious go-getters who are willing to rewrite the rules to get what they want.
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