Watch the rise and fall of a disillusioned 1970s comedian

Billy Braver used to be on top of the world.

In the 1970s, he headlined the biggest comedy clubs in New York and Los Angeles.

He appeared on legendary shows like Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin, Hollywood Squares and Dinah Shore.

But 30 years later, he is selling SAABs at a California car dealership.

And when the economy hits bottom, Billy is let go from SAAB.

Max Joseph (an old friend of Casey Neistat) directs this fascinating 24-minute documentary:

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Behind the scenes on the real truth about life in Palestine

More than 7 years ago, one of my readers suggested I watch a video called Pallywood.

It shows how Palestinian news film crews create, direct and film falsified news stories.

They are then distributed to news outlets like 60 Minutes to scare us.

Pallywood is the most important 18-minute documentary I have ever watched:

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Here is the best way to put eye drops in a toddler’s eyes

Allergies?

Soar eyes from swimming?

Dry eye from contacts or LASIK eye surgery?

Of course, eye drops are the go-to fix.

But giving our child eye drops is one of the most annoying tasks of parenthood.

No one likes to put in eye drops – even adults.

Many tricks have been used over the years to give our child eye drops…

Everything from bribery to flat-out force comes to mind.

But the good news is there is a better way to give our child eye drops…

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Does “borrowing” shampoo from a hotel count as stealing?

We LOVE staying at Westin hotels.

Not because the bed is dreamily comfortable (which it is).

Not because the staff treats us like royalty (they almost always do)…

Nope. We love the Westin because of the sweet smell of their complimentary shampoo.

So how much shampoo can we “steal” from our hotel room?

According to Travel + Leisure, it is generally accepted (even expected) to take one set of toiletries a day.