The 404 901: Where the world ain't all sunshine and rainbows (podcast)
On today's 404 Podcast, we dig into the NBC Twitter page hack, video game manufacturers getting huge tax breaks, and a study that claims "Spongebob Squarepants" may be dangerous to your children's mental development.
Remember the "Tourist Guy" meme that popped up on the Internet after the attack on September 11? After 10 years, we finally have a name of the guy who started the hoax--35-year-old Hungarian Peter Guzli visited the World Trade Center back in 1997 and Photoshopped himself in front of the oncoming plane, fooling a lot of people into believing his lie.
On today's 404 Podcast, we'll explain all of that and dig into some tech stories that surfaced this weekend, like the huge tax breaks, and a study that claims "Spongebob Squarepants" may be dangerous to your children's mental development.on Friday, video game manufacturers getting
The 404 Digest for Episode 901
- Hungarian apologizes for 9/11 hoax.
- Rich tax breaks bolster makers of video games.
- Science says Spongebob is killing your kids' brains.
- Video Voice Mail: Alessandro and his wife brushing their teeth in bed!
- Video Voice Mail: Kokesh will do anything to get on the air!
- Justin's Daily Bathroom Entertainment: Tickling a camel.
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