They sounded like a cross between No Doubt and Blink-182, and dressed like they’d been dragged arse backwards through Tammy Girl.
He also crushes cans with his teeth, burns $20,000, and starts fights on talk shows.
An interior designer, who works with A-list clients who spend upwards of £30,000 a room, explains the sociopathy and delusional thinking that comes with disposable incomes.
In his new book, Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future, Mason predicts that we're due a new economic system, one birthed by the "smartphone generation".
Cabbage Patch Kids aren't birthed out of vaginas. Instead, they come from giant, baby-filled trees.
At the end of last year, a Chinese billionaire and CEO of a telecoms company began throwing money at one of the most colossal construction projects in history: a shipping canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
We talked to Matt Kennard, author of The Racket, a new book that investigates how the US government, its banks and its intelligence agencies enforce a very covert and modern type of imperialism.
We spoke to academic Franco 'Bifo' Berardi, who believes mass killings like the Germanwings tragedy could be caused by the effects of capitalism on our collective mental health.
David Graeber follows up his international bestseller Debt: The First 5000 Years with an attack on capitalism's love affair with bureaucracy, asking why our lives revolve around forms, fines and threats.
I spoke to one of the people behind a report called "The Poor Are Getting Richer and Other Dangerous Delusions" about how this week's World Economic Forum in Davos will get things wrong.