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AOTS Wednesday, November 26

Posted November 26, 2008 - By Eugene Morton
Human Basketball, Turkey Pardon, Korean Popeyes Ad, Alien Squid, Cat Spank.
Chris Hardwick heads down to San Diego to field test the new 15.1 megapixel Canon EOS 50D Camera by taking shots of the San Diego Chargers during pre-game training. How does the flashy, high priced DSLR stack up? Find out in Gadget Pr0n.
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Anna David provides relationship saving advice for a gentleman who wants to get his new gal pal the perfect, non-committal gift for her birthday and another guy who is curious about having some fun with a dominatrix.
It's time for your pre-Thanksgiving news with the lovely Ms. Layla Kayleigh who's here to tell us about the potential for The Beatles on iTunes, a Tivo Mobile app that lets you set recordings on the go, and the shutdown of our favorite Viagra game.
The Blu-ray 'Hancock' DVD is now available and Alison Haislip got a chance to sit and chat with the heralded director of the film, Peter Berg.
Ms. Olivia Munn takes us through some more Black Friday deals that might come in handy if you're looking for a deal on a Rock Band 2 bundle, a cheap Blu-ray player, and a nice big ole HDTV for just $1,100.
In today's edition of What's Up With Japan, we take a look at the socially encouraged practices of drunken businessmen, a cat that's a train mascot, and the winner of this year's Wanko Soba noodle eating contest.
Kevin interviews David Sarno, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times and their technology blog, about the specifics of Abraham Briggs' suicide, which was broadcast live via webcam on Justin.tv.
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Kevin Pereira was kind enough to shoot some behind the scenes video from yesterday's show using the iPhone Qik application that streams live video directly from your Jesus Phone.

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