It's Net Neutrality this week on The Motley Stew Show. Breaking down the discussion about whether you have to worry about not seeing FAIL videos whenever you like.
Marvel kills it by casting the enigmatic Cumberbatch as the even more enigmatic Dr. Strange, plus what people who really don't know about hacking think hacking looks like.
Listening to the folks on Fox News and talk radio, you should now be deep underground in a hazmat protected bunker waiting for Stephen King's "The Stand" to come to life. Or you could be in your room watching Disney's "Gravity Falls". I recommend the latter.
Liberals all watched in painful awe this week when Liberal firebrand Bill Maher had outspoken liberal activist/actor/director Ben Affleck on as a member of his Real Time With Bill Maher panel.
Episode #9 brings hell on earth to your very own screens. You're welcome.
The YouTube show continues with students fighting for education, women fighting for equality, and donkeys fighting for love. What else could you ask for in a 13-minute show?
'The Great Dissent' brings the origin of the First Amendment to life and makes its champion, Justice Holmes, a layered, multi-faceted figure at the crux of our personal freedoms.
Godzilla roars his way into the SKIT! app for the benefit of all the little kiddies (the ones he doesn't stomp on while raging through the city.)
Episode #7 is here and you might see a little difference in the video/audio quality (especially over last week...ugh.) Ranging from Deadpool to dead news outlets, it's another tasty menu of stories.
While I have been assimilated into loving cats and a menagerie of other animals, dogs still hold a special place in my heart and Ulriksen provides plenty of proof for his statement, 'Dogs Rule Nonchalantly'.