Vice: Free Gov Money and The Guy in the Question Mark Suit

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Meet Matthew Lesko, the self-proclaimed federal grant researcher and infomercial personality who made it big in his "question mark" suit. He has written more than 20 books telling people how to get money from the US government.


Conservative and Liberal Brains are Different

Conservatives and liberals disagree on many topics in the world of politics. Are their brains wired differently? Tara takes a look at some new research showing the differences between the brains of the political parties!

From Discovery News

Weird Al Yankovic Mocks Celebrity

One time I was in the checkout line Behind Steven Seagal. I got a lame Lame claim to fame.

Lame Claim to Fame, from Weird Al Yankovic, takes on our obsession with celebrity culture.

Directed by Tim Thompson

From Weird Al Yankovic

Epic Live Action Family Guy Chicken Fight

"Chicken, gave me a bad coupon."

Stunt women Jessie Graff and Tree O'Toole fight to the death, crashing through walls, windows, and wreaking havoc on anything in their path.

Live action parody of the Family Guy's Epic Chicken Fight, which itself is a homage of the fight scene between Roddy Piper and Keith David in John Carpenter's They Live.

Motorcycle Riding Japanese Spider-Man has a Giant Robot Sidekick

Premiering back in 1978, the Japanese live-action television series was produced by Toie Company under license from Marvel and lasted for 41 episodes. The series revolved around Takuya Yamashiro, played by Shinji Todō, a motorcycle racer who is given spider-like powers after an injection of blood from the last surviving person of the Planet Spider.

Like any self-respecting Spider-Man, Yamashiro can shoot webs, but what separates him from his American counterpart is the fact that he gets his own giant robot. I repeat, he gets his own giant robot.

Named Leopardon, the robot helps Yamashiro defeat a bevy of alien baddies. Toei’s experience with this would help lay the foundation for its Super Sentai franchise, which would eventually be adapted in the U.S. to become the Power Rangers.

From Marvel