For once, Adam Ruins Everything ruins a bad thing. The show reminds us that numerous studies, surveys, and correlative data have shown no concrete evidence that playing violent video games causes people to become more violent or insensitive to violence.
Adam Ruins Everything
Standing here at our fancy height-adjustable desk, researching stories and typing away most of the day, we’re feeling a bit deflated after Adam Conover’s latest bubble-burster, in which he explains how the health benefits of standing while working may have been exaggerated.
If you believe everything you see on TV or the internet, you’re in for a rude awakening. Even serial debunker Adam Conover isn’t right all of the time, but at least he admits it. Let’s find out some of the things presented as fact which might not have been entirely correct.
Adam Ruins Everything ruins one of the few things that can break the vicious Need Experience to Get a Job, Need Job to Get Experience cycle: internships. If you’re an unpaid intern, check these criteria. If any of them don’t apply to you, you’re being screwed.
Adam Ruins Everything kills any possibility of Listerine ever being a sponsor, as he questions the idea that most of us even need mouthwash, and how marketing, and clever use of the ominous word “halitosis” convinced us otherwise. Well, it can always clean your floors.