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I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.

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A central concept to Swedish culture is Lagom, which is basically a short way of saying "everything in moderation." It's basically anti-Murica: don't stand out, don't be exceptional, don't be flashy. Never take more than you need. You get the picture.

So, as Americans, we can qualitatively say that that's a bunch of socialist, pinko commie bullcrap.

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StoryCorp has been conducting interviews with thousands of people since 2003, collecting oral histories that they later animate. Today, they bring us three stories from veterans in honor of Veteran's Day. See them here, but be sure to pack some tissues. And a warning for language and adult content in some of these.



And one more:

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Eagles everywhere are shedding single patriotic tears, and the spirit of Thomas Jefferson is slow clapping on the roof.

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This delicious campaign is the brainchild of Lux Dei Design, a New Jersey-based Christian design firm. The firm's tenuous logic is as follows: church attendance is in decline across the United States, and so churches need to find new ways to attract "clientele." Enter, Big Mac.

One of the many reasons why Martin Luther broke away from the Catholic Church way back in the 16th century to form Protestantism was because he disagreed with a common practice which he called the "sale of indulgences." People could sin as much as they wanted, then just simply pay a priest some money and all would be forgiven in the eyes of God.

I wonder what he would think of the literal sale of indulgent burgers these days...