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Bernie Sanders inauguration meme-min

On Jan. 20, Joe Biden was officially sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. Although his inauguration was historical in a multitude of ways, the ceremony caught the internet’s attention for plenty of other reasons. A slew of memes from the event emerged online including a popular one of Bernie Sanders. Now, […]

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The Simpsons prediction Kamala Harris

For years now, The Simpsons fans have noticed some eerie similarities between the events that happen on the show and what goes on in the real world. Now, it looks like some viewers are convinced the animated show predicted a major detail about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris‘ inauguration ceremony over two decades ago. Read […]

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Tuck Tucker SpongeBob SquarePants-min

Veteran animator Tuck Tucker has died at the age of 59. Tucker was best known for his work on the classic animated shows SpongeBob SquarePants, Hey Arnold! and Rugrats. Read more: Here’s how Kid Cudi broke a Billboard Hot 100 record in an unexpected way According to Variety, Tucker passed away on Dec. 22 at the age […]

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best song moments in movies

From the ending of Fight Club to the final moment of The Breakfast Club, music has been adding extra emotion to movie scenes for decades.  Music can evoke emotion, conclude a scene without words or deliver the extra oomph that a moment was lacking otherwise. Below we have compiled some of our favorite scenes from […]

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The Simpsons bands

As the longest-running animated television show in history, The Simpsons has been around for the rise and fall of grunge, the emergence of pop punk and countless other shifts in the music world. Throughout the past 31 years, The Simpsons has landed some of music’s most successful artists as guest stars. While the fan-proclaimed “golden […]

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Collabs Vans needs to do

Vans has done amazing, out-of-this-world collaborations to bring fresh designs to shoe lovers and punks everywhere. The company has incorporated NASA and National Geographic all the way to The Simpsons into its brand. These limited-edition collabs are cute and fun, and they often go for a lot of money on eBay if you keep them […]

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Halloween episode has since become an annual event for the long-running animated series. Continue reading…

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It’s been over a decade since artists such as Paramore and Fall Out Boy first graced us with their pop-punk contributions. While many of our favorites are still going strong, those early days always hold a special place in our hearts. Anyone around during the mid-2000s (or invested enough to revisit it online) knows how […]

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Thurston Moore has done so much in his decades-spanning career that he can barely remember some of it. Performing with Sonic Youth on cult comedy classic The State‘s network television premiere? Doesn’t remember it. What about when the band appeared on the Canadian kids show Yo Awesome Awesome? Nope. Providing the voice of Mark Twain…

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If you’ve been recently active on TikTok, you may have noticed a cryptic trend going around. For months, TikTokers have been talking about Aug. 27, hinting that the date could be doomsday or lead to a significant event. Now, the reason why the TikTok trend began has been revealed. As well, TikTok has launched new […]

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