Time for your weekly edition of Drew Magary's Funbag. Today, we're talking about plain tortilla chips, 1994, the death of gravity, and more.
Leslie remembers 1994, falls in and out of love with Green Day, and goes to a barbershop quartet convention.
The Pope is heading for Chiapas, Michoacán, and Ciudad Juárez. Local priests talk about working in places where indigenous traditions mean chickens are sacrificed in church, poor farmers ask if it's ok to grow drugs, and where cartels rule.
Exactly a year ago today Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman died while investigating the worst terrorist attack in the country's history occurred in 1994. The difference now is that the recent change in government has given the case new momentum.
Plus we talk to the duo: "Queerness is a gigantic, steaming, hot middle finger with a really good manicure to everything that anyone has ever told you to be."
A fake article from a joke issue we published in 2009 is still fooling people, somehow.
"On the club's second floor was another DJ named Moby who was just at the start of his NYC DJ career."
Here is a timeline of key events related to the mysterious death of Alberto Nisman in Argentina, a case that dredged memories of one of the worst terrorist attacks in Latin American history.
A chance discovery in an African market led to the reissue of this lost classic.
Why did a prosecutor investigating a 1994 terrorist attack turn up dead—with the draft of a warrant for the president's arrest in his apartment?
It's one of the most fondly remembered games for the Super Nintendo, but, in all honesty, Donkey Kong Country was pretty mediocre.