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We sat down with Billy Mays III to learn just what life was like living with a father who cranked the volume on capitalism all the way up to 11.
In the battle between country mouse and city mouse, country mouse clearly has it better off.
We sat down with Julie Fennell a member of the BDSM community who is also a sociologist and associate professor at Gallaudet University. This is what we learned.
Maybe if I had stuck it out until the phase of life when breasts are useful, I'd be singing a different tune. But I doubt it.
We talked to an anonymous survivor of the Utoya massacre in Norway. Here's what we learned about what it's like to be literally staring down the barrel of a gun.
In 1998, Hugo Chavez won the Venezuelan presidential elections, and Juan got to learn what 14 years under a veritable dictatorship does to the gaming scene.
Plucky lives in a heavily armed settlement that the United Nations considers illegal. Here's what we learned about life on the knife's-edge of one of the longest-running conflicts in modern history.
In the grand tradition of stupidly oversimplifying, we're calling her a phone warden.
We talked to Roman Jones, a trans man and American expat living in the Czech Republic. This is what we learned.
When the power goes off, and the TV and Internet with it, that's when the hammer really comes down. Cracked sat down with a meter specialist to find out what it's like to be the one bringing down that hammer.
If you've ever flown in a plane, or stood in a place over which planes were flying, you have air traffic controllers to thank for not being killed in a biblical cataclysm.
We sat down with several self-professed (but non-offending) pedophiles. Here's what we learned.
We sat down with a not-for-profit lawyer partially to learn what his job is like and partially because we might have need of his services.
We talked to Andrew Hass, whose life was derailed when his dad was caught growing thousands of plants worth of pot back in 1998, when Hass was still a teenager.