Thousands of Swedish workers are rallying behind 120 Tesla mechanics. The workers are boycotting Teslas until the company signs a contract. Even postal workers may stop delivering mail.
Of the hundreds of companies that have tried a four-day workweek, very few are manufacturers. Advanced RV in Willoughby, Ohio, is showing how it can be done.
The history of the jungle gym, and its sibling the monkey bars, is full of weird and delightful twists and sub-plots that take us from Japan to suburban Chicago and delve into theoretical math.
Inflation, a weak economy and declining numbers of club-goers all challenge the clubs' viability. Club owners are seeking protected status, similar to what Berlin's opera companies enjoy.
With movies like this in the world, every day is like Cagemas. Meanwhile, Elliott discusses the troubles with carrier Con Air, Dan makes reference to commercials you’d only see if you watch cable news in the middle of the day, and Stuart’s giant penis reemerges for spring.
0:00 – 0:32 – Introduction and theme.
0:33 – 36:00 – Some people just feel like home, y’know? Like Nic Cage in Stolen.
36:01 – 38:56 – Final judgments..
38:57 – 58:32 – Flop House Movie Mailbag
58:33- 1:08:11 – The sad bastards recommend.
1:08:12 – 1:09:45 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.
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Subject is hatless. I repeat: hatless.
Wikipedia synopsis of Stolen.
The trailer that launched a thousand jokes:
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