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Some businesses have become so desperate for five stars that they're paying for positive reviews online, a crime filthier than the rats running around that El Paso Chinese place.
We talked to Sam about what it's like to live life as a prop in a celebrity's rape scandal in a country that still has no idea what to think about sexual assault victims.
You can't judge an entire country by their government. Which is why we reached out to two Saudi women to find out what life there is really.
Drive-in theaters seem cool. But what went wrong with the whole automotive theater experience?
We talked to 'Jermaine' and 'Julie' -- a security guard and a strikebreaking teacher, respectively -- to find out what it's like when a company and its labor force go to war.
What's your favorite part of big-budget fantasy epics? If you said the made-up languages characters speak, you might have a bright future as a conlanger.
We talked to Mark, Matt, Heather, and Adam who used to work at four different CEC restaurants, or, as they call them: the final resting places of all their hope for humanity.
The amazing technology behind Google Street View grants us the ability to see the outside of publicly accessible places. What must it be like to bring us such techno-magic?
Applying for benefits is a nightmare quest that can take years.
Nobody deals with more crap, literal or otherwise, than mental hospital employees.
Trying to get rid of online mugshots is a nightmarish -- and expensive -- task which requires dealing with some truly sleazy people.
Diana Achieng's school simulated a terrorist attack back in November 2015. Sadly, while the attack itself was fake, the dozens of injuries and one fatality it caused were all too real.
What the hell is Visual Kei? We talked to a hardcore fan to get the strange lowdown.
Peter's father, Wilhelm Reich, happened to be a famous and controversial psychoanalyst who was thrown in jail by the U,S. government. That made his formative moment somewhat more complicated.
Even the most mundane worlds have their heroes and villains, and in the retail business, 'mystery shoppers' are both.