No news is good news. That doesn’t necessarily mean all news is bad news, but today it is. Drug-related murders, drug-related accidental deaths, politicians and media figures doing things we pretend to be surprised about. Watergate could be considered good and bad. Ben Bradlee broke that story and it turned out pretty well for him, so that’s something.
80s movies were arguably most famous for one thing: over the top action being played straight. Grenades, gunshots, and falls through plate glass were mundane. But what would happen if a regular person went through that? Andrew did the research and he found out it’s not good.
If you’re an expecting parent, we’re here to guide your decisions to adulthood. First decision: don’t pick a bad name. Also on the list is to not raise them in eastern Europe unless you don’t care if they drink a lot.
It’s basically impossible to talk to anyone who has any dealings with Hollywood at all without talking about sexual misconduct. In Jeremy Piven’s case, the odds appear pretty good that he’s done some misconducting.
A common desire among die hard fans is to see what goes on backstage. Larry’s here to show us via the magic of photography. These pictures have been waiting forty years to be compiled, so make their dreams come true and look at them.
Jack, host of Up and At Em, is one of Minnesota’s few conservative personalities, which is lucky for him because a couple liberal personalities fell to the inquisition recently. I don’t know what the overall score is, but we take it one day at a time here.
It’s time to retool the school system. We start with a detailed proposal. Now that it’s been made public, we expect American education to have a total overhaul by this time next year.
Some things age poorly, like cheesecake or singers who smoke a lot. Other things age well, like whiskey or entrepreneurs. We consider ourselves part of the latter, but not on the level of Rhonda, who once felt the wrath of The Fonz and is now the head of a multi million dollar company. Only Ron Howard can say something similar.
What’s in a name? As has been noted for centuries, not a lot except for symbolism. But what’s in a gun? If you put it against your temple, you’d better be 100% sure the answer is nothing.
There are a lot of companies that are worth billions of dollars even though they’re not. Laypeople like us could never understand the intricacies of whatever tax evasion loophole is involved in massive buyouts of dying companies. Or, on a smaller scale, using a flamethrower in an insurance scam.