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Saturday, July 8, 2017

SPDIER-MAN SOARS!

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN! This is the summer superhero movie we have all longed desired →variety.com


Box office trackers had forecast an opening weekend ranging from $85 million to $110 million, but first-day business lifted those to the $115 million-plus range. Studio estimates stood at $80 million to $90 million, but were upgraded to near $100 million.


And the reviews are great.. scoring 94% on Rotten Tomatoes..

Summer movies at their best.

HISTORY




Despite people’s belief system not allowing this information to become fact in their brains, it is true: The Jim Jones cult did not die drinking Kool-Aid. It was Flavor Aid.

From a past story detailing the events: The surprising thing is that all the sources on the massacre say the powder was the grape variety of another drink brand, Flavor Aid. Made by Jel-Sert, Flavor Aid appeared in one of the first newspaper reports on the massacre.

The claim is repeated in the 1982 book Raven: The Untold Story of the Rev. Jim Jones and His People. And surviving witnesses said that Flavor Aid was the drink used, not Kool-Aid.

With the evidence so clear, why did the phrase “drinking the Kool-Aid” emerge? Mental Floss suggests Kool-Aid’s role as being a genericized name for all flavored drinks, the popularity of The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, and other factors made it easier to remember “Kool-Aid” than “Flavor Aid.” Why it’s worth correcting the Kool-Aid mistake Many of the strongest arguments to abandon the phrase come from San Diego State University’s Jonestown Institute, including: Phyllis Gardner says the meme is part of the continuing dehumanization of victims at Jonestown. Mike Carter makes the obvious point that it trivializes the deaths to use the phrase at all. Al Tomkins at Poynter says that we shouldn’t continue to tarnish Kool-Aid’s name incorrectly.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

MEME WAR I



Here is how things unfolded.. This past slow news weekend, President Donald Trump initiated first blast when he posted a MEME of him from 2007 clothes lining Vince McMahan.. but the head of the WWE owner was replaced with CNN’s logo. The media was shocked! Scrutiny began! Such hate! Vitriol..

And some Americans most likely would have been on CNN’s side with this one. After all, we have grown a bit weary of a Tweeting President.

And then CNN went and did this…

They found the REDDIT user who created the meme…using various data mining tricks and social media INFO..

The user, not named at this point: HansSoloAsshole. Love the name.

Basically what CNN decided to do was blackmail the person–some are claiming the REDDIT user is a 15-year-old. CNN virtually had the user promise to to make any more MEMES.. and if he did (they will be watching they told him) they would release his name to the world!! But if he didn’t? His secret is their secret.

Within hours of CNN broadcasting a ‘victory’ story on live TV where they bragged about how they found the Internet user who created 5 second comedy videos, the public backlash began. From the right. And the left. This one seems to be a great unifier actually..

For about 12 hours now the term 'CNNBLACKMAIL’ has been trending on Twitter..

CNN thought they scooped a big one. Instead they just scooped poop dropped by HansSoloAsshole.

People are seriously questioning why CNN would have even wanted to track down a MEME creator to begin with–unless some thought it may have been those comedic Russian MEME creators behind it..?

Nonetheless… we are at a crossroads in time. MEME WAR I

Saturday morning arrived and the Donald was slammed for his Tweet..
By Fourth of July CNN targets the potentially teenage MEME creator.

And the internet? The internet took notice.

If CNN wanted to rid the NET of memes with their logo? They made the wrong move. The MEME war seemingly has just begun…

Monday, July 3, 2017

JULY 4TH SYFY TWILIGHT ZONE MARATHON FULL SCHEDULE



JULY 4TH:
12:00 AM: Hocus Pocus and Frisby
12:30 AM: The Fugitive
1:00 AM: The Gift
1:30 AM: Black Leather Jackets
2:00 AM: The Long Morrow
2:30 AM: Once Upon a Time
3:00 AM: The Incredible World of Horace Ford
4:00 AM: Ninety Years Without Slumbering
4:30 AM: Passage of the Lady Anne
5:30 AM: Cavendar is Coming
6:00 AM: On Thursday We Leave For Home
7:00 AM: Ring-a-Ding Girl
7:30 AM: The Prime Mover
8:00 AM: Steel
8:30 AM: The Last Night of a Jockey
9:00 AM: The Howling Man
9:30 AM: Escape Clause
10:00 AM: Person or Persons Unknown
10:30 AM: The Trade-Ins
11:00 AM: A Short Drink From a Certain Fountain
11:30 AM: Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
12:30 PM: I Am the Night — Color Me Black
1:00 PM: The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
1:30 PM: The Bewitchin’ Pool
2:00 PM: Young Man’s Fancy
2:30 PM: The Grave
3:00 PM: Nothing in the Dark
3:30pm: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
4:00pm: Eye of the Beholder or To Serve Man
4:30pm: Five Characters In Search of An Exit or The Invaders
5:00pm: Long Distance Call
5:30pm: I Sing the Body Electric
6:00pm: Probe 7 Over and Out
6:30pm: Four O’Clock
7:00pm: The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms
7:30pm: The Shelter
8:00pm: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
8:30pm: Will The Real Martian Please Stand Up
9:00pm: To Serve Man
9:30pm: A Kind of Stopwatch
10:00pm: Time Enough At Last
10:30pm: A Penny For Your Thoughts
11:00pm: Stopover in a Quiet Town
11:30pm: Living Doll

JULY 5TH
12:00am: The Dummy
12:30am: The After Hours
1:00am: The New Exhibit
2:00am: I Shot An Arrow Into The Air
2:30am: A Stop At Willoughby
3:00am: A World of His Own
3:30am: The Bard
4:30am: You Drive



The July 4th mini-marathon reminds me of how much I REALLY love the New Years annual tradition more.. This is just a mid-year tease.

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