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The Internet is both a treasure trove of useful information and a bottomless time-sink. Now that I think about it, so is Quora. If you’ve never heard of it, Quora is the popular question-and-answer site that was founded in 2009. It allows users to pose questions that others will answer.
Crossover episodes are a unique opportunity for writers of a television show to expand their universe and introduce their audience to characters from another show. Plus, crossover episodes give both shows a boost in ratings. As more and more TV spinoffs are produced, it’s likely we’ll see more of this phenomenon. Today we’re going to…
In the past, the radio and TV limited the options for what we could listen to, so songs that were popular took over the airwaves. Because the music was given prominence over the artist who created the song, this led to the rise of one-hit wonders.
Today, we pay homage to all the dads, moms, friends, and coworkers who have unknowingly miss-sang the lyrics to a song and have been justifiably ridiculed ever since. And maybe, by highlighting some of the most misheard lyrics in the music biz, we’ll save some sorry music fan a lifetime of embarrassment. It’s time to drop the needle on the most misheard song lyrics of all time!
On r/AMA, users typically introduce themselves, explain their field of expertise, and field questions from people from all over the world. Celebrities, athletes, scientists, and regular people do them all the time. Some of them are awful, while some of them are endlessly fascinating.
By Dorathy Gass
Considering how far robots have come since their basic beginnings, time to take a stroll through history. Let’s look at some of the greatest robotic pioneers of yesteryear that have evolved into the robots we are familiar with today.
By Dorathy Gass
Just the thumping intro of Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” can stir up visions of Rocky Balboa throwing fists at a punching bag and running up the steps of Philadelphia’s Museum of Art. With the most recent sequel, Creed II, it’s only natural to want to take a trip down memory lane. As such, let’s review the history of all eight films and their influence within cinematic history.