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Chuck E. Cheeses Is Getting Rid Of Its Robot Band And We Don’t Know How To Feel

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… Maybe it’s a lesson. nostalgia doesn’t keep forever, and we can’t always keep the things from our childhood. It’s sad the things we love we can’t cherish forever, and even if we can it will never be as wonderful as it was when we were kids, experiencing it all for the first time. Perhaps the truth aboutgrowing up is that we have to acknowledge that we can’t have it all, and maturely decide what to keep and what has to be gracefully let go. But if the thing we …

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Shura interview: ‘Pop music doesn’t represent me’ – BBC News

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… really seem to have struck a chord with fans. I don’t want to generalise, but the main themes seem to be anxiety and missed opportunities. I don’t think you’re generalising. I think that’s accurate. Missed opportunity, regret, nostalgia – those are a big part of the record. Looking back and wondering what would have happened if you were more confident – which is basically imagining what life would have been like if you were a completely different person. …

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Jen Righi And Paul Morris Take To The Streets Of Manhattan To Celebrate Fourth Of July

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The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and for many, it means a day of celebration and pride for our country. With Independence Day, you can expect to see amazing red, white, and blue decor, like this patriotic ring tossanda ton of festive treats, like these festive cake pops. But we all know that this day meanssomuch more to America. LittleThings hosts Jen Righi and Paul Morris took to the streets of NYCto ask people what this holiday means to them. “It means a day to celebrate …

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Silly Vintage Photos Capture The Lighter Side Of The Victorian Era

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When we think ofphotography from the 19th and early 20th centuries, most of us picture people posing stiffly, without a smile, and looking wholly dour and unreachable not at all like the living, moving people of today. But of course, they were. Even the stiffest and most humorless-looking person in those old photos was a real person with a life full of smiles and laughter just like anyone else’s. The Victorian period gets kind of a bad rep today thanks to its rigid morality and some …

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These Kids Are Hilariously Baffled When Ellen Shows Them Old Technology

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In 2016, it feels like every week a new form of technology is released. It’s hard to keep up with what is new and what is now obsolete. When you buy an iPhone, Apple already has plans for the next 10 iPhones laid out. You may have Google glasses now, but in five months, we might be watching things on screens inside our eyelids. Queen of comedy Ellen DeGeneres had the perfect idea for those of us who feel like technology is moving too fast. She decided to get a group of kids together and …

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5 ’90s Bands That Get Way More Crap Than They Deserve

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nostalgia for the 1990s is a double-edged sword, especially when it comes to music. On one side, it’s awesome to look back at awesome songs and talk about how awesome they were. On the other, LOL, UR OLD! UR TAST N MUZIK SUCKD, IDIUT! People love to dogpile onto the latter because it’s easy fodder for half-assed comedians. It takes virtually no effort to make fun of people’s tastes in entertainment, because all you have to do is point and say, “That’s stupid. Look …

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Trump fever in Appalachia raises warnings for Clinton in coal country

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… president that transcends any easy stereotyping of Appalachian menfolk. But the issue that Bill Clinton grapples hardest with is what to do about Trumps appeal to economic nostalgia in a region that may never recapture the job security it once had. I think [the Trump slogan] Make America Great Again is actually Make it like it was in the 1960s, says Clinton. If you think you can do it, have at it. If you really believe you can go back to the 1950s and make it like it was then, have at it. It is …

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