PETA demands that there be an extra tax on meat. Police bust tweens for operating an unlicensed lemonade stand. Jammie Thomas judgement lowered from $1.5 million to $54,000. Plus, “Oh Asia, You So Crazy!” and the “Fail of the Week.”
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Chuck and Adrian went to see Inception right before recording so they talk about that for a while. They talk about the John Stamos extortion scandal that occurred in Michigan. Charlie Sheen likes hookers. All this and more!
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Apple is removing the “Rate on Delete” feature from the iPhone OS. A poster on Craig’s List has a hilarious perspective on why you should buy his 2002 Ford Focus. A wireless consumer in the U.K. threatens his former provider with a plywood check. Not only is the <blink> tag annoying, not it’s dangerous. We discuss a fun project called “Project Jarvis.” An Arkansas teenager has sued his mother for “harassing” him on Facebook. Fancy Hands is a virtual assistant program that is cheap. Is there a correlation between pop music and stock volatility? All this and the Fark Headline of the Week and a new Off-Air Discussion topic.
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This week, we tell you how to use wood glue to restore old LP records. Six undeniable similarities between nerds and sports fans. The Google set-top box is coming. An angry jobless man remotely disables over 100 cars. Bea Arthur Mountains Pizza! C-SPAN releases a video archive. MySpace plans to sell its user data. We’re on the march towards underwater habitation. Netflix cancels its recommendation contest after a privacy lawsuit.
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Hulu announces a pay model. Scientists have developed a robot that can ski. Red Hat addresses the Supreme Court on software patents. There’s a new solar plant in Florida, it’s the largest in the U.S. Somebody developed a working iPhone costume.
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In the introductory episode of “What’s the Rumpus?” our hosts start off in the gutter with a porn release, Sir Thomas Brindley loses his connection, and the Hulu channel is removed from Boxee. Tune in to find out how a small child reacts to dental anesthetics, the founders of the Pirate Bay are brought up on criminal charges, and the Dell Adamo is released.
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