Apr 272015
John Oliver Discusses Cheap Fashion Made Overseas

Today, it’s accepted that nearly all clothing is made overseas. From t-shirts made in Haiti to jeans made in Bangladesh, we’re used to seeing the names of a slew of poor countries on the tags of our clothes. In the 90′s, sweatshops and child labor was a hot topic. But today, not so much. John Oliver brings this serious topic back into the spotlight in this latest segment


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Apr 232015
Erupting Volcano In Chile Looks Like The End Of The World

The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile has erupted. Even though it is the most active volcano in Chile, the eruption shocked officials who have quickly evacuated 4,000 nearby residents. Video of the eruption truly demonstrates the power of Mother Nature. 


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Apr 202015
John Oliver Spoofs CNN’s Doomsday Video

The news media has recently learned that CNN commissioned a ‘doomsday’ video years ago to air only if the world is really going to end. John Oliver was intrigued by this but was let down by how boring the video was. So he teamed up with Martin Sheen to make a truly epic doomsday video that is more fitting to be the last video to ever air on the news. 


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Apr 202015
John Oliver Discusses Patent Trolls

Patents are an important part of modern society that allows creators and inventors to maintain the rights to their inventions. Without patents, creators would have no incentive to push the envelope as their ideas would easily be stolen. 

But today we have a different problem. Patent trolls. Lawyers and firms who attempt to patent any idea they can think of in order to sue other people and companies. And this trend is getting out of control. John Oliver discusses patent trolls in this week’s Internet segment of his late night show Last Week Tonight. 


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Apr 202015
Idiot Catcalls Women During Anti-Catcalling Report

There have been a number of viral videos demonstrating how inappropriate and offensive catcalling is. Not only is it a stupid way to gain someone’s attention, but it often leave them feeling unsafe and vulnerable.

Patrick Jones of Buzz60 hit the streets of New York City where other catcalling videos were made to ask passersby what they think about the rude gesture. Pat never expected to find a cliche jerk who apparently is a catcalling professional. 


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