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'AOTS' Monday, March 16

Posted March 16, 2009 - By Eugene Morton
Aaron Yonda and Matt Sloan, who garnered internet fame with their Chad Vader series, is a comedy duo from Wisconsin working under the name Blame Society and today we bestow upon them, crowns and scepters of internet comedy.
We're joined by TV's Adam Sessler of 'X-Play' to see what his take is on the vaunted release of the anticipated 'Resident Evil 5' and to talk a bit about his review of the game, which was only mildly favorable.
We're joined by Daniel Roth, a senior writer at Wired Magazine, to talk ISPs and big changes they're fixing to make regarding how much access to the web you can have via bandwidth restriction, throttling, and blocking content.
We're scouring the nation's thrift stores for forgotten VHS gold and presenting them to you in something we like to call Found Footage. What do Alan Thicke and alien exchange students have in common? Find out in today's FF.
Faceplant Without a Skateboard, Mermaid, Stair Climbing 101, Model Stampede, Hunkercize.
We've got some pointers on how to hack your way into getting more free media through your Boxee running through Apple TV. It's easy, fun, and totally against the rules.
Layla Kayleigh has your Monday Feed with stories about the new iPhone OS, a MacGyver movie, and more.
Alison Haislip sits down with cast and director of 'I Love You Man' to talk man-dating and working with the original Hulk himself, Mr. Lou Ferrigno.

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