The saddest part of the rumor about celebrities getting paid thousands of dollars to send corporate-sponsored Tweets is that it's true.
It started with Internship.com paying Charlie Sheen $50,000 to solicit "Tiger Blood" interns, and today we're exploring the number of ways celebrities make money on the side.
We'll also talk about presidential campaigns embracing modern technology, starting with Romney's crew using Square hardware to grab donations and votes.
We'll also pick at the reasons why Obama and Google strategically ignored the most-voted question from yesterday's YouTube campaign q&a. Plenty of time to talk about late-night snacks, but what about the 4,500 users who have legitimate health concerns?
Finally, we'll debunk the "Mozart Effect"--that listening to classical music causes a temporary increase in IQ.
Doctors have found that nearly any kind of music tends to increase dopamine levels of the brain that are generally thought to improve cognition, so a solid dose of Lady Gaga can have the same cerebral effects as a Vivaldi concerto.
Leaked from 404 Podcast 983:
- YouTube ignores a cop's first-place marijuana legalization video question for Obama.
- Celebs are paid $2,500 to $8,000 per sponsored tweet.
- Obama and Romney are using Square to collect donations.
- Bathroom break video 1: Bulldog sits in a too-small box.
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