Most of what people think of as “The Eighties” didn’t really start happening until at least 1983. Before that the decade was littered with music and fashion that was really more in tune with the 1970s.
Let's rank Doors albums, shall we? Studio albums only, because most live albums are a sham anyway. And if you want to come in here with that "man, you must be 13 years old if you still like teh doors lol" bullshit, just log off right now.
So I'll just put it out there - I did not date in high school. And when I say that I don't mean I only went on a few dates but they went nowhere. I mean in four years I did not once have one single date. The reasons for that are too numerous to list here, but I can say that my first and best opportunity to date was…
Because this guy sure does! So much that he took the time to gather several remixes of Milli Vanilli's "Girl You Know It's True" and piece them together into some unholy Golem megamix. For those who know about the Steve Hoffman music forum, this is especially obsessive and stupid even by their standards.
You know what they say — opinions are like assholes. Even bad ones are worth exploring once in awhile. Wait, what?
Like any good parent of a four-year-old, I look for any opportunity to put some kind of screen in front of my kid in place of actual human interaction. But when watching Caillou bitch about some perceived injustice for the 1,000th time just isn't enough, it's time to explore some of the stranger, kid-friendly…
I've in the middle of a project to put together a Spotify playlist containing every song to crack the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, and for some reason I thought it would be neat to take a look at the #1 song in the country at the end of each decade.
Because "guilty pleasure" is the dumbest goddamn phrase I've ever heard, here are some bands that I proudly admit to loving regardless of how uncool they are. I don't necessarily love everything these guys do, but a good portion of it.
(Hamilton Beach ad from the 1973 New York Jets yearbook)
By all accounts, Tony LaRussa should've been a dead man prior to the 1983 MLB season. After all, what mortal could survive a Lee Elia death stare like the one in this ad?
But unfortunately, the ball-hugger shorts do.
It's one thing to talk about which NFL franchises are the best ever, but it's quite another to sit down and try to figure it out with, like, facts. So, armed with a rudimentary command of Excel and way too much free time that's just what I did. Here, then are the ten greatest franchises over the entire history of the…
Today marks the (slowly does math in head) 47th anniversary of the first regular season game for the Miami Dolphins. On September 2, 1966, the 'Fins took the Orange Bowl field for a season-opening game against the Oakland Raiders.
Because I don't quite get it.