This is half an hour long, but it flows well and they touch on some great points.  Burn up that Tuesday work clock bros:

Watching YouTube videos that are over 5 minutes just seems way too much like a job.  That said, I like Eric and Chris so I figured the combination of them along with the topic of “corporate gun culture” was bound to be good.  To be honest, since they both have clear voices and I don’t need to watch people while they talk on a video I just cut up a couple bananas in the background to eat, so I wouldn’t be salty if the video turned out to be a waste of time.  Damn I keep healthy lifestyle flexing, I’m going to lose credibility.  Some of you are probably like “BANANAS?  WTF?  What happened to Cheetos and grape drink Mike?”  Sorry to disappoint guys.

Google-Glass-Crosshairs-GunInteresting how Chris mentions around the 9:35 mark about an internal Google mailing list called “Militia” which employees talk to each other about guns and shooting.  I would not have expected that at Google.

I don’t know what camera IV8888 is running, but that resolution is CRIIIIISP.


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Being a die hard rap fan, I’d have to say there is nothing more painful than listening to a middle age woman “rap”. You just know she has a couple of kids who will suffer relentless teasing until they move or switch schools.


Coming up on a new episode of Southpark on March 17, 2010:


This is in reference to an investigation into a Blackwater employee, who in September of 2008 allegedly withdrew hundreds of AK-47s from an Armory in Afghanistan named “Bunker 22” and signed for them under the name “Eric Cartman”. (Source)


Tycoon, Contractor, Soldier, Spy


Source: Vanity Fair (Nigel Parry)

Erik Prince, recently outed as a participant in a C.I.A. assassination program, has gained notoriety as head of the military-contracting juggernaut Blackwater, a company dogged by a grand-jury investigation, bribery accusations, and the voluntary-manslaughter trial of five ex-employees, set for next month. Lashing back at his critics, the wealthy former navy seal takes the author inside his operation in the U.S. and Afghanistan, revealing the role he’s been playing in America’s war on terror.

A very interesting read.

Full Article At Vanity Fair – HERE