#TheDailySpin: Watch the Hyundai commercial banned in The Netherlands

Is it really that bad? Plus, Groupon is down, VMAs are up, and a truck of cheese is making the rounds.

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Here’s something the administrators at the nation’s grad schools don’t want you to see: Entrepreneur Penelope Trunk explains why graduate degrees in the humanities are a waste of (your parent’s) money.

Money isn’t everything, though, and this is the kind of press that it can’t buy. No really, a restaurant in Chicago is barter only for goods and services. No cash. Wonder what you do for a tip.

Speaking of a tip, we hear Facebook is infested. In an effort to rid itself of bugs that might lead to malicious activity, the social network launched a Bug Bounty program, offering upwards of $500 per discovered bug. Cnet.com reports that in its first three weeks, the program has paid out $40,000. That’s quite the pricey exterminator.

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