It’s never our fault.
From a young age we’re trained to pass the blame onto others – no matter how big the mistakes.
The natural instinct is to find someone else who can take the fault for our fumbles. From pointing fingers in grade school to passing the buck onto a coworker, the blame game is ingrained in us.
How many times have we looked like Tommy Boy, trying to fix things up and then asking others, “What’d you do?!”
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Terminator 2: Judgment Day is the best sequel of all time.
You may argue otherwise. But you would be wrong.
The first Terminator movie is a decent 80s action flick. It’s more focused on Sarah Connor, Kyle Reese, and their struggle to protect her unborn (and unconceived) son than it is the Terminator trying to kill her, played in an almost comically wooden fashion by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
In fact, the famous “I’ll be back” line from the film is just a throwaway line the Terminator offers as he assesses how to break down a doorway to get to Sarah Connor. (Also, dig that rad 80s synthesizer score!) Continue reading
***Last week on the blog I asked for your requests and ideas for POP GOD. This week we have our first reader-requested post from my friend Ogden, who asked for a post on Hanson’s classic song “MMMBop”. If you have a current or classic pop culture item you’d like to see discussed on POP GOD, leave a comment and I will make your request happen:
Has there ever been a song quite like “MMMBop”?
In 1997 the Hanson brothers exploded onto the pop scene with arguably the most infectious and nonsensical song of the 90s.
Everybody knew “MMMBop”. A lot of people still know “MMMBop”. Just play the video if you can’t quite remember the song and it should come rushing right back to your brain.
(Click Here if you can’t see the video above.)
You can sing the chorus right now. It’s just a bunch of nonsense bebops and dubadops.
But do you know the rest of the lyrics? Can you sing the other verses of “MMMBop”? Continue reading
TRL was never really about the music videos.
TRL wasn’t really about the boy bands.
TRL, or Total Request Live by its full name, wasn’t even really about the requests.
TRL was all about the Shout Outs. Continue reading