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Guns N’ Roses “Estranged” is the Best Music Video Ever

by Will Guess Remember when bands in the late 80s and early 90s had a limitless budget and were able to create elaborate, ridiculous music videos?  With a budget of $4 million and Axl Rose’s genius mind, it is the indisputable truth that “Estranged” by Guns N’ Roses is the greatest music video of all time.  Before your inner dialogue starts and tells you why you’re right and I’m wrong, allow me to present to you a series of exhibits that includes a walkthrough and screenshots to prove it. Exhibit A: The video opens with an enormous amount of police, ... Read More »

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Bryan Stevenson - The Full Interview

By Will Guess Photo courtesy of Equal Justice Initiative For the majority of his life, Bryan Stevenson has fought against racial inequalities and injustices in the court system.  A graduate of Harvard Law School and a professor at New York University, he started the Equal Justice Initiative in Alabama, which serves to defend people who have been treated unfairly and unjustly. He is a strong proponent of the anti-death penalty movement and one hell of an orator, receiving the biggest response ever at a TED talk. Stevenson is this year’s Houston Peace & Justice Center’s 2012 National Peacemaker Award recipient, ... Read More »

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Bryan Callen at the Houston Improv

By Will Guess Most people will remember Bryan Callen from his roles in The Hangover and The Hangover II as Eddie, the Las Vegas wedding official for Stu’s wedding, and Samir, the guy involved in selling children in Thailand, respectively.  Callen has acted small parts in over 60 movies and television shows from Old School and The Goods, to Entourage and Californication.  He got his start on the widely-popular and critically-acclaimed show  MADtv, where he stayed from 1995 to 1997, mostly doing celebrity impressions until leaving for other opportunities. He guest starred on the 90s television show NewsRadio, where he ... Read More »

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Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson - The Full Interview

By Will Guess Science in America has taken a backseat in recent years to many other things, but there is one person who is trying to reinvigorate people’s interest and show how important it is to humanity’s survival - Neil deGrasse Tyson.  Dr. Tyson has a laundry list of accomplishments from writing over 10 books to serving under President Bush on the Moon, Mars and Beyond Commission to being the current director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City.  FPH had 30 minutes with a guy who is, at this moment, probably the most prolific and famous scientist in ... Read More »

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Bill Hicks - Family Ties: The Full Interview with Mary and Steve Hicks

By: Will Guess Few comedians in this world have ever had the status legendary attached to their name.  When you left a Bill Hicks show, it wasn’t just another night out - He flipped your world view on its head, made you question your ideals, and left you thinking about your life for days after. Bill was a rare breed of human; A guy that comes along once in a lifetime to challenge us to be better.  He made you think, he kept you on the edge of your seat, and he was completely fearless.  He’s one of the few ... Read More »

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10 Questions with Mike Bonanno of The Yes Men

by: Will Guess The Yes Men are a duo of epic proportions.  From impersonating huge corporations who put profit first, to starting their own grassroots organization for everyone to join and create their own hoaxes, The Yes Men are fighting the good fight.  They are most well known for their parody website of the World Trade Organization that many people believed to be real, which led to being invited to speak at a conference representing the organization.  Since then, numerous hoaxes have been planned and carried out by the two truth-seeking activists which has led to two films, “The Yes ... Read More »

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8 Questions with Jason Silva

By: Will Guess Jason Silva was recently described by The Atlantic as “part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from The Matrix.” Others have described Jason as “A Digital DJ, a re-vitalizer and remixer of optimism, and above all, a curator: of ideas, of inspiration, and of awe… like a trumpet player or modern-day digital Mingus, he jams, riffs and rhapsodizes through a tumbling thicket of ideas with such a sharp and vital alacrity that it can take the breath away. He’s a modern performance philosopher, reviving the vibe of Tim Leary and Buckminster Fuller and revivifying the ... Read More »

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