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Wu-Tang's RZA Recycles Plastic Bottles from the Ocean To Create Animal Free Fashion

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Robert Diggs aka RZA from the hip-hop group, Wu-Tang Clan has created an animal free puffer jacket just in time for winter.

The new limited-edition Flying Guillotine Puffer Jackets are animal free, including goose down free, as the filling is entirely recycled plastic from the ocean. As per the product description, ‘You got a two-hitter with this jacket: free of animal products and made with recycled materials.’ There are only 100 jacket’s available for purchase, and 15% of the profits go to PETA.

Flying Guillotine Puffer Jacket

RZA has been vegan since 1997, having given up red meat in 1995, poultry in 1996 and fish in 1997, as said in his podcast with Joe Rogan.

He also said, “No animal needs to die for me to live.”, and this has rung true through to not only his home life, but to his business world, 36 Chambers Alc.

As per their website,
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Edward Snowden Said He Searched For Proof of Aliens on The CIA Networks and Didn't Find Anything

Do aliens exist? That’s a question that people have been asking for a long time. They serve as the basis for all kinds of sci-fi stories and we’ve even got official video proof of UFO’s that even the Navy can’t seem to explain.

There are some strange things happening out in space and at one point Edward Snowden wanted to find out for himself if the government was covering up anything on alines, so he decided to look through the CIA Networks to see if he could find anything.

Just in case you don’t know who Snowden is, he’s the source of the biggest U.S. intelligence leak in history. So did he find anything on his search!? Unfortunately, no. While a guest on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, he said:

"I know, Joe, I know you want there to be aliens. I know
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Everyone Is a Russian Asset

Everyone Is a Russian Asset
Hillary Clinton, not long ago the nominee of the Democratic Party, had some choice words about the state of American politics Friday.

“I’m not making any predictions, but I think they’ve got their eye on somebody who is currently in the Democratic primary and are grooming her to be the third-party candidate,” Clinton said on a podcast with former Barack Obama aide David Plouffe. “She’s the favorite of the Russians.”

Clinton appeared to be talking about Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, a combat veteran. She wasn’t done,
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Inside the Making of Andrew Yang 2.0

Washington — Steve Marchand’s friends were stunned when he told them about his new job in politics. “I love you, Steve, and trust your judgement,” the New Hampshire Democratic insider and in-demand campaign operative recalls them saying, “but Andrew Yang?”

It was the spring of 2019, and Andrew Yang was known — if he was known at all — as the quirky, tech-centric longshot presidential candidate who never wore a tie and wanted to give every American adult free money. Or something like that. He was a novelty, the next iteration of Herman Cain,
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Roseanne Barr Quit Stand-Up Because She Says TV Execs Threatened Her Residuals

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Roseanne Barr Quit Stand-Up Because She Says TV Execs Threatened Her Residuals
Roseanne Barr appeared on the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast Thursday to once again rehash her dramatic ouster from the ABC sitcom that bore her name.

Describing the network’s decision to cancel its hugely successful “Roseanne” reboot as “the worst, most horrible thing I’ve ever been through,” Barr suggested tensions between her and the show’s executives had been simmering for months before they came to a public boil last summer.

“It’s all because I said that I like [Donald] Trump,” Barr said, reflecting on the reason her public comments came under such close scrutiny. “A lot of cabals in Hollywood, that’s all they needed to hear: ‘She must be destroyed.'”

Also Read: 'Family Guy' Mocks Emmys for Past Winners Roseanne Barr and Bill Cosby

Barr, the star and executive producer of ABC’s high-profile “Roseanne” reboot, was ousted by the network after she posted
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Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi Cheers on James Hetfield in Quest for Sobriety

Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi offered up words of support to Metallica’s James Hetfield, who entered rehab for alcohol addiction last week. “My best out to James Hetfield,” Iommi tweeted. “You’ve done the right thing seeking help — I’m thinking of you, my friend, and wishing you all the very best on your recovery. Looking forward to seeing you back at your best very soon.” He signed it, “Your pal, Tony.”

Metallica announced last week that it was postponing a run of Australasian dates while Hetfield sought treatment.
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Metallica Cancel Tour as James Hetfield Returns to Rehab

Metallica Cancel Tour as James Hetfield Returns to Rehab
Metallica have postponed their upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand so James Hetfield could return to rehab, the heavy metal legends announced Friday.

“As most of you probably know, our brother James has been struggling with addiction on and off for many years. He has now, unfortunately, had to re-enter a treatment program to work on his recovery again,” Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo said in a statement on the Metallica site.

“We fully intend to make our way to your part of the world as soon as health and schedule permit.
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Confirmed! Dan Aykroyd & Ernie Hudson Will Return for Ghostbusters 2020

Dan Aykroyd has (finally) confirmed that he and Ernie Hudson will be part of Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters 2020. He broke the news on a recent episode of the Joe Rogan Experience, which you can check out in its entirety Here. “We’re shooting the new Ghostbusters right now, coming out next summer, so I’m hoping that […]

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Rob Zombie Says Universal Fired Him After First Test Screening of 'House of 1000 Corpses'

Rob Zombie Says Universal Fired Him After First Test Screening of 'House of 1000 Corpses'
Rob Zombie on Monday dropped by The Joe Rogan Experience podcast and went into detail about just what happened with his directorial debut, House of 1000 Corpses, when it was at Universal Pictures

Fans knew the film was originally made for Universal in 2000 and then it was apparently put on the shelf because the studio was worried it would be slapped with an Nc-17 rating over its extremely graphic content. The film would finally be released in 2003 by Lionsgate.

Zombie (both an accomplished filmmaker and musician) told Rogan there was more to the story.

"I made the ...
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Dan Aykroyd Confirms His Return For Ghostbusters 3

Little is known about Jason Reitman’s 2020 follow-up to the original Ghostbusters films. It was announced earlier this year with a cryptic teaser that set the internet ablaze with excitement, but since that time, everyone’s been pretty mum on the subject.

There isn’t even confirmation yet on how the story will continue from the first two movies, which were released over 30 years ago. We know the action is moving out of the big city though and will be situated in a small town. And some of the new cast members have been revealed, too, with actors like Paul Rudd and Finn Wolfhard snagging roles.

However, no one’s really spoken about which of the original stars will return. Until now, that is. Comedy icon and franchise co-creator Dan Aykroyd recently sat down with Joe Rogan and confirmed that he’d be reprising the role of Ray Stantz in the threequel,
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Dan Aykroyd Confirms His Return to the Ghostbusters Franchise in Anticipated Sequel

Dan Aykroyd Confirms His Return to the Ghostbusters Franchise in Anticipated Sequel
Dan Aykroyd is suiting up to return to the most iconic franchise of his career.

The actor, 67, recently confirmed he’ll star in Jason Reitman’s anticipated Ghostbusters sequel, which will serve as a follow-up to the 1984 original, directed by his father Ivan Reitman.

Speaking on the Joe Rogan Experience, Aykroyd said: “Ivan Reitman’s son Jason has written a new movie, called — well, it’s gonna be Ghostbusters, the third movie.

“It’ll be all or most of the original people. And then young stars […] It’s gonna be great. I’m so excited about it, and it’s
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Dan Aykroyd confirms that he’ll appear in Ghostbusters 2020

Franchise co-creator and star Dan Aykroyd has confirmed that he’ll be making an appearance in next year’s Ghostbusters 2020, director Jason Reitman’s return to the original Ghostbusters continuity established by his father Ivan Reitman with the original 1984 movie and its 1989 sequel.

“Ivan Reitman’s son Jason has written a new movie, called — well, it’s gonna be Ghostbusters, the third movie,” said Aykroyd during an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. “It’ll be all or most of the original people. And then young stars. It’s gonna be great. I’m so excited about it, and it’s just wonderful to be able to go back and revisit that. I don’t do the pictures anymore much, and I’m in that one.”

Aykroyd will be joined in the new movie by original co-stars Sigourney Weaver (Dana Barrett) and Annie Potts (Janine Melnitz), both of
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The Future Is Murky, But Netflix’s Track Record in Comedy Is No Joke

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The Future Is Murky, But Netflix’s Track Record in Comedy Is No Joke
Let’s name some ridiculously successful comedians: Kevin Hart, Dave Chappelle, Amy Schumer, Trevor Noah, Ken Jeong, Ellen DeGeneres, and Gabriel Iglesias.

Alright, now let’s do some more name-dropping because that first sentence was getting kind of long: Wanda Sykes, Adam DeVine, Joe Rogan, and Aziz Ansari. These people range from emerging leaders in comedy to bonafide cultural icons. Another thing they have in common is they all released stand-up specials on Netflix within the last year.

It’s been a banner year for Netflix’s comedy roster, but the veteran streaming service’s rapidly expanding library of stand-up specials and scripted comedy series isn’t a new development — it’s ongoing. The days of Netflix being the only Svod streaming service that produces original, high-quality content are long gone, but when it comes to comedy, Netflix is still the industry’s uncontested leader.

That said, there have been
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If Elected, Bernie Sanders Will Reveal What the Government Knows About Aliens

If Elected, Bernie Sanders Will Reveal What the Government Knows About Aliens
Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), during an interview on Joe Rogan’s podcast this week, promised the host that he would expose what the government may know about aliens because his wife Jane would insist he do so.

Rogan asked how a possible future President Sanders would handle what some might consider sensitive information: “If you found out something about aliens. If you found out something about UFOs, would you let us know?”

“Well, I’ll tell you, my wife would demand that I tell you,” Sanders replied with a laugh.
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Here's How Netflix's Area 51 Documentary Ties Into the New Facebook Meme

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If you're on Facebook, chances are that you may have heard of the notorious "Storm Area 51" event, to which millions of users have now RSVP'd. The out-of-this-world ordeal started off as a joke after college student Matty Roberts watched Joe Rogan's podcast episode featuring Area 51 whistle-blower Bob Lazar, the subject of a recent documentary on Netflix titled Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers. The meme caught the Air Force's attention and brought Lazar and the film about his UFO experience back into the public radar. If you're wondering how this new documentary on Netflix ties into the event, read on to catch up with the recent alien invasion on your feed.

Here's a little bit of about Lazar's backstory. Most of us know Area 51, located in the Nevada Test and Training Range, to be a highly classified government facility shrouded in secret. Suspicions about this region originate from Lazar,
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‘I Came From the Internet’: Inside Andrew Yang’s Wild Ride

‘I Came From the Internet’: Inside Andrew Yang’s Wild Ride
Ah, the smell of democracy. The sour tang of fish and human sweat fills the air on a heat-stroke-hot Friday night in June. The 2020 presidential circus has pulled into Columbia, South Carolina, for Congressman Jim Clyburn’s “World Famous Fish Fry.” Up onstage, the candidates appear one by one like pageant contestants, donning royal blue Clyburn T-shirts, no exceptions (except Bernie Sanders, apparently). Each is allotted a “generous minute” to kiss Clyburn’s ring and abase themselves before several thousand fish-eating voters in this crucial primary state.

Clyburn, the third-highest-ranking
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Area 51 Facebook Prankster Comes Forward For TV Interview, Claims It Was A Joke

The man behind Facebook’s “Storm Area 51” page has come forward, calling it “kind of a joke,” but expressing fears that government agents would come knocking on his door.

Matty Roberts spoke to Nevada’s Klas-tv via video call on Wednesday and expressed shock at how his humor has turned into a viral sensation.

“I posted it on like June 27th and it was kind of a joke,” Roberts said. “And then it waited for like three days and like 40 people, and then it just completely took off, out of nowhere. It’s pretty wild.”

More than 1.5 million people have signed up on Facebook to storm the top secret military facility on Sept. 20th, with another 1.1. million expressing interest. The Air Force has warned the foolish that they will take all measures to defend the base if there is an attempt to breach its security. Conspiracy theorists have long believed
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Fear Factor: The 10 Most Disgusting Things To Ever Happen

Whenever people think of Fear Factor, their mind goes straight to one thing. It's not the death-defying stunts the contestants attempted and it's not series hosts Joe Rogan and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. It's the gross situations that the people were put through.

Almost every episode saw the contestants put through at least one nasty challenge. They'd have to consume horrifying things like live bugs, aged drinks, or body parts of animals you'd never even think were edible. With it being such a staple of the show, it is difficult to narrow down a list to just ten. However, we've found the ten moments we feel are the most disgusting in the history of Fear Factor.

Be warned! These truly are disturbing moments. If you're the squeamish type, it's best you don't continue on.
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Link Tank: Why Grey Worm Still Wanted Justice

Spencer Mullen May 20, 2019

Game of Thrones, Sebastian Stan, Joe Rogan, and more in today's daily Link Tank!

Joe Manganiello wants to make Dungeons and Dragons popular again.

"For those entrenched in the hobby and lifestyle of Dungeons & Dragons, they know actor Joe Manganiello is one of them. The 42-year-old actor, best known for his roles in True Blood and Magic Mike, has embraced the hobby he first loved as a kid until the acting bug got him to Hollywood."

Read more at Inverse.

Sebastian Stan discussed the upcoming Falcon and Winter Soldier Disney+ series in an interview.

Sebastian Stan discussed the highly anticipated Falcon & Winter Soldier limited series while at a comic convention in Italy. The show, which will premiere on Disney+, begins shooting this fall, and the erstwhile Bucky Barnes had some thoughts on what fans could see from the Winter Soldier.

Read more at The Mary Sue.
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Why State-By-State Marijuana Legalization Is a Mess

A majority of the United States has legalized cannabis in some way, and it’s very exciting, I get it. Fewer people are being arrested, more people are getting off opioids, and accurately dosed pot chocolates might be the best thing to happen to weekends since the invention of television. But this state-by-state legalization thing that we’re doing is kind of a mess, mostly because federal prohibition hampers the whole thing from the get-go. And, since absurd restrictions still disproportionately affect vulnerable populations, as long as pot remains illegal on the federal level,
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