By: Charles McHale
Well here we are, in a world where The Oscars actually happened, and I lived a day where it has happened. It looks like the same exact thing happened in my world yesterday as if The Academy Awards were nonexistent described here. The only difference is that I didn't watch Family Feud, and I had a cup of coffee.
By: Charles McHale
So there are only two more days to the big event. The Oscars. Yes, it's obvious that I have to make The Oscars one sentence considering the momentum behind all the years that lead up to this moment. So, what if there was never such a thing as The Oscars? Here's a day on Oscar Sunday as if The Oscars were to never have happened.
This is probably scientifically impossible, but it's definitely probable. No it's not. Yes, I know it isn't possible, but that's what this segment is all about! Really though, this situation is completely possible because I spent a whole day in a situation where my blood was actually blue, as well as everyone else's. Here is my story.
Get ready. Get set. Go.. change the channel now!! Approximately 8 years and on it's 16th season, Dancing With the Stars is still up and going strong. 16 goddamn seasons of this filth. 16 goddamn seasons!! Many people would disagree with me, since it's such a popular program. But really, when it comes down to it, it's just another show on television for network to glorify celebrities, wash ups at that. So what would the world be like without DWS? Well, let's get into why it's as bad as I say it is first.
Superman. Spider-Man. Wonder Woman. Captain America. We love our superheroes and love to envy them too. We imagine what it would be like to be in their shoes or have their powers. We can imagine them because they aren't even real people to begin with. What if real people you knew, or knew of, suddenly developed superpowers? What if your local news station anchors and reporters developed superpowers?
Yay to Facebook! Why can't we have more Facebook!? We love it, so good! Haha, I'm just kidding folks. Okay so Facebook really is great in a lot of ways, but seriously, there are more things that we could use from Facebook not only from the features that we could potentially have, but of how we could make it part of our lives even more.
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