All in the family what a great show!! :) I don't agree with any of his points i just find it a funny show :)
Classic clip from the Movie the Jungle Book.
Here's the famous footage of the Apollo 15 astronaut that dropped a hammer & feather on the moon to prove Galileo's theory that in the absence of atmosphere, objects will fall at the same rate regardless of mass.
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Narfsome episode (No. 34). Pinky becomes a guru in the 1960s. The Brain cashes in.
From Onion News Network International: North Korea's space program will capture the moon and bring it home, a feat no Western nation could accomplish.
Despite what the prelude states, this 21:55 retrospective clip contains four songs from the 1989 performance just nine months before his death.
May I Have a Talk with You, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Look at Little Sister, Couldn't Stand the Weather.
Perhaps we'll never know which two songs from 1983 are missing.
A frosty winter's night at Fort Klugman and what it means for babies and lightbulbs today.
Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and other musicians, including George Harrison's son Dhani, perform Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"at the "Concert For George" - a memorial to the ex-Beatle George Harrison on the first anniversary of his death - at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 29 November 2002.
Music video employing clever stop-motion photography of a beautiful woman in bed by Oren Lavie.
Just 3:36 of captivating streaming video.
1950 Terrytoon, RT 6:24.
Heckle and Jeckle, despite the animals falling in love all around, swear they won't. Of course, immediately after they say this, a pretty girl drops a hanky, and they fight over her.
Brain enters the world of sumo wrestling to acquire a paralyzing fish.
First Aired 11/7/1997
Highlights from Amnesty International Concerts, now available on the 3-DVD set The Secret Policeman's Balls, from Shout! Factory.
Gotta keep one jump ahead of the breadline...
In 2003 Donald Rumsfeld estimated a war with Iraq would cost $60 billion. Five years later, the cost of Iraq war operations is over 10 times that figure. So what's behind the ballooning dollar signs? Joseph E. Stiglitz and Linda J. Bilme's exhaustedly researched book, "The Three Trillion Dollar War: The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict," breaks down the price tag, from current debts to the unseen costs we'll pay for years to come.