Every controversial invention since the dawn of time has been viewed as strange, dangerous, or even magical. It takes time for new concepts to settle down and become normal.
Every show out there has a whole bag of inconsistencies, especially when it comes to sitcoms. The writers change from episode to episode, leaving out small continuity errors here and there. Only true fans will be able to notice those plot holes, and as we all know, “The Big Bang Theory” has quite a few of those.
We all know Megan Fox as “that girl from Transformers”, but she’s done quite a few things before and after that. Despite her being typecast as a Hollywood bombshell, it probably wouldn’t hurt to look a little deeper and figure out what she’s experienced in life and what makes her tick.
Sadly, some people don’t quite seem to understand the implications of a lockdown and how serious the situation has to be for a government to implement this. An overzealous police officer however, figured he would scare people into staying inside to further prevent the spread of the virus.
Are billionaires doing their part and using their money for the greater good? Let’s see, shall we?
We’ve all seen the pleasantly surprising news about Parasite winning the Oscar for best picture. But this isn’t the first movie Bong Joon Ho’s made, he’s been at it for a while. And while he definitely deserves the praise, we thought it might be fun to rank his previous movies Worst To Best.
With corona leaving most of the world locked up at home and truly obsessed by this pandemic that’s taking over the globe, it only makes sense that some of the extra free time we now all have on our hands is spent watching a movie. And why not a pandemic or virus outbreak movie?
Seeing how a new strain of coronavirus is spreading around the world, a lot of fake news and conspiracy theories about the outbreak have appeared. So what is this virus? A secret biological weapon, evil machinations of the Pentagon to stop the growth of the Chinese economy, or maybe it’s just a mutated virus?
For millennia, the blue color of the eyes has been adored and idolized. It quickly became the standard of beauty and a symbol of holiness. Today, blue-eyed people are taken for granted, as we see them everywhere. But did you know that at one point in the past, there was no blue eye color at all?
Actress Tina Majorino became famous as a child thanks to her roles in “When a Man Loves a Woman,” “Corrina, Corrina,” and, mainly, the post-apocalyptic action hit “Waterworld.” She was that little girl with the coordinates of the only surviving land area on the planet tattooed on her back.
Covid-19 has been holding a tight grip on society in the last few weeks, and unless you’re in some of the best countries in the world right now, odds are your country is suffering from some version of a lockdown. And while most parts of our social lives have to take the backseat for a few weeks, maybe months, there’s something that we won’t have to give up: museums.
Think about it – Grumpy Cat, Lil Bub and other cats became viral sensations because they were different, and unique. The internet didn’t see their features as a bad trait, in fact their genetic mutations were celebrated and adored. It seems like we as people are starting to value difference and uniqueness above all.
Did you know that hands can reveal much more than the face? Next time you’re on the subway try to pay attention to people’s hands — you’ll learn a lot about them.