– Here we have a statue of, I think it’s George Washington or… I don’t know. Kinda looks, it’s kinda cute actually, I don’t know. So serious. This is South Boston, this is where the Boston Tea Party took place.
On Tuesday, House Republicans voted to repeal an Obama-era FCC rule that would have prevented your internet service provider from selling consumer data, your online activity—a.k.a. all of your activity, without telling you first. It may be a shocking betrayal
(electricity surging) – Alright let’s get you plugged in. (electricity surging) And we are… online. (electronics surging) (electronic beeping) – Ay-ay-ay (“Good Feeling” by Flo Rida) – What? – What in the name? (dial tone) – Kevin, the wifi’s out!
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– This episode of “Krazy Ken’s Tech Misadventures” is sponsored by Linode. Oh my gosh. We have official Microsoft Windows 7 napkins. Hey guys, how are you all doing. Really, that’s just great. You know, I’m not doing too great
– Thank you. (classical music) Alright. – Raphael? – Erika? – [Erika] Yes, hi! Hi! – [Raphael] – Hey, how are ya? (laughs) – How are you? – Good! (laughs) It’s so funny, I was telling a few of my
Burnie: (singing) Gavin or Google, Google or Gavin, Which one said it? Let’s find out, hey! Gavin: I’m feelin’ lucky! Burnie: The first phrase that I gave to both Gavin and Google is… “Can you break…” Burnie: First return… (Barbara
Now I’ve seen some pretty weird shit back in my day, you know I’ve seen some stuff That would actually make a person reevaluate their whole entire life wait What the hell am I even talking about back in the
(happy music) – Hi, I’m Zack Bornstein. If you’re like me, you do things you don’t like all the time but you know who else does that? Celebrities. Welcome to the show where we get to know your favorite celebrities,