After a lifetime of war, an old samurai is challenged to an epic showdown with a young ambitious samurai, his worthiest adversary yet. Battle is imminent, but the past could prove to be the old samurai’s undoing.
Starring James Huang & Miho Ando
Written & Directed by Benjamin Wong
Produced by Celia Esguerra
Cinematography by Boa Simon
Edited by Alisa Khosrovschahi
Score by Christopher Guanlao
With Patrick Chien, Ryan Fung, Chad Kim, Darrel Miho, David Sheen, Eagle Yu · Kevin Nakatsuka, AD · Lauren Morelli, Costume Design · Christie Griffin, Key Makeup
"Fight of the Century" is the new economics hip-hop music video by John Papola and Russ Roberts at http://EconStories.tv.
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Great Recession ended almost two years ago, in the summer of 2009. Yet we're all uneasy. Job growth has been disappointing. The recovery seems fragile. Where should we head from here? Is that question even meaningful? Can the government steer the economy or have past attempts helped create the mess we're still in?
In "Fight of the Century", Keynes and Hayek weigh in on these central questions. Do we need more government spending or less? What's the evidence that government spending promotes prosperity in troubled times? Can war or natural disasters paradoxically be good for an economy in a slump? Should more spending come from the top down or from the bottom up? What are the ultimate sources of prosperity?
Keynes and Hayek never agreed on the answers to these questions and they still don't. Let's listen to the greats. See Keynes and Hayek throwing down in "Fight of the Century"!
Genki Sudo wipes the floor with the competition at the Westside Grappling Tournament in California, 2001. Winning the tournament qualified him for the ADCC's, where he went on to lose to Rodrigo Gracie.
Anthony & Ian thought "fighting to the death to prove which of their favorite foods is superior" twice wasn't enough!
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This clip contains violent celebrities/well known people getting pissed off at each other in front of Television Cameras...It is a long clip, and may take long to download,but it is worth it and very entertaining to see them lose their composure.
An abridged history of American-centric warfare, from WWII to present day, told through the foods of the countries in conflict.
Original from YouTube
For the official cheat sheet (breakdown of the foodstuffs), visit:
For a breakdown of the actual battles portrayed in the film, visit:
Two rabbits get out of hand on the ol' farm and the chicken police have to step in. Constable Cluckers and Sheriff Flappywing are two fowls that know how to keep the peace. They may be chickens, but don't figuratively call them chicken.