To “Simpsons” fans, this is the universal cry of the comedic genius Homer Simpson. The white-shirted, blue-jeaned master of gut-busting, stomach hurting, hilariousness. But others, others who aren’t familiar with this show (and some who are) think Homer Simpson is just a repetitive, loud, drunk hippo. This has long been one of the quiet arguments in the “spectacular” business of television. Here is what Middle Schoolers have to say about “The Simpsons”:
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Virtual Reality is taking over the world. Slowly Virtual Reality is becoming a source of revenue for more and more large companies such as Microsoft, Google and Facebook.
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Watching rich people on TV is a bit of a peculiar hobby, but for many of us it is LIFE. Why are people so fascinated by the Kardashians, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite” (“Gossip Girl”), the characters from “Downton Abbey,” and the trust fund kids who party on the beach every night (“90210”). Continue reading Why Do We Like To Watch Rich People on TV?
2016 has been a very crazy year. Some might even say it has just become a giant meme. With all of the events and controversies, it’s time to take a look at the top five controversies of 2016. Continue reading 2016: A Meme of a Year