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Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

2021 is almost in the books and it definitely has been an eventful year. We are still dealing with Covid as the numbers begin to rise again forcing games to be postponed or cancelled. Unfortunately, the Covid bug hit my family in the month of October. We made it through after 4 weeks of being sick and now we are gearing up for the holiday season. This year I’ve had the pleasure of trying out some great items and there’s some that’s still on my wish list. I’ll be honest, with my kids being olde...
Tags: Apple, Google, Fashion, Technology, Atlanta, Nba, Jazz, Jordan, Skin Care, Atlanta Braves, Alexa, New York Knicks, Gift Ideas, Eagles, Sporting News, Braves


The Formula For A Good Christmas Song

Plenty of explicitly Christmas-themed songs will have certain musical characteristics, even though they’re always optional. These include a major key, an accessible pitch range and a moderate tempo, making them both easier to sing and easier on the ear. – The Conversation
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Virtual YouTuber Houshou Marine Shares Her Booty in Ero-MMD Animation

The MikuMikuDance community has continued to express its admiration for naughty virtual YouTuber girls as the equally perverted pirate maiden Houshou Marine has taken center stage for this creation, her performance doubling as an orgy as some faceless men plunder her booty (and other available orifices). The sex-laden animation that will put Marine’s sexual endurance […]
Tags: Music, Parody, Dancing, Marine, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, MikuMikuDance, Virtual YouTubers, Houshou Marine


Do Egyptians Think Verdi’s “Aïda” Is Cultural Appropriation? Merely Silly? Actually, They Don’t

to Cairo and asked people there about it — and she found that people, even those who’ve never seen it themselves, seem generally proud of Aïda and its glorification of their homeland’s ancient history. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, Cairo, Verdi, Aida


The world on screen: the best movies from Africa, Asia and Latin America

From a Somali love story to a deep dive into Congolese rumba, Guardian writers pick their favourite recent world cinema releasesRead more: The Great Indian Kitchen Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Film, India, Nigeria, Africa, Americas, Society, World news, Poverty, Colombia, Culture, Unesco, Asia Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, Egypt, South and Central Asia


The world on screen: the year’s best movies from Africa, Asia and Latin America

From a Somali love story to a deep dive into Congolese rumba, Guardian writers pick their favourite recent world cinema releasesRead more: The Great Indian Kitchen Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Film, India, Nigeria, Africa, Americas, Society, World news, Poverty, Colombia, Culture, Unesco, Asia Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, Egypt, South and Central Asia


Enormous Changes At The Last Minute At The Philadelphia Orchestra’s “Messiah”

The scheduled conductor and all four soloists, who’d been rehearsing together, tested positive the day before Wednesday’s concert — and, rather than canceling, the orchestra managed to round up another cast and conductor within 24 hours. David Patrick Stearns reports on how it went. – The Philadelphia Inquirer
Tags: Art, Music, Philadelphia Orchestra, David Patrick Stearns


Lasch—To Postpone a Reckoning

Christopher Lasch The World of Nations (1973) Ch. XVIII, "Birth, Death, and Technology: The Limits of Cultural Laissez-Faire" The prevailing image of technological utopia begets the counter-image of technological nightmare—the appalling vision of a scientific totalitarianism, embodied in such anti-utopian novels as Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and George Orwell's 1984. On the one hand we have a greatly exaggerated faith in the ability of science to solve all the material problems of lif...
Tags: Technology, George Orwell, Literature, Jazz, Aldous Huxley, Stefan Kac, Lasch, The Literary Imperative, Christopher Lasch, Lasch (christopher, Utopians And Utopianism


Listen to this highly obscure Velvet Underground and Nico Christmas Album

"I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus… I cried behind the door." (Thanks, Jennifer Dalton!)
Tags: Video, Music, News, Parody, Christmas, Santa Claus, Silly


Watch Bing Crosby’s Final Christmas Special, Featuring a Famous Duet with Bowie, and Bowie Introducing His New Song, “Heroes” (1977)

Bing Crosby died in October of 1977, but that didn’t stop him from appearing in living rooms all over America for Christmas. He’d already completed the shoot for his final CBS television special Bing Crosby’s Merrie Olde Christmas, along with such collaborators as Ron Moody, Stanley Baxter, the Trinity Boys Choir, Twiggy, and a young fellow by the name of David Bowie. Of course, Bowie had long since achieved his own dream of fame, at least to the younger generation; it was viewers who’d...
Tags: Facebook, Music, England, Television, College, America, Stephen Sondheim, David Bowie, Charles Dickens, Cbs, Kate Bush, Seoul, Bowie, Crosby, Peter Gabriel, Bing Crosby


The jazzy cover of Street Fighter you never knew you needed

Music is one of the unsung heroes in gaming's ability to fully immerse a player into a fictional world. The soundtrack from specific stages in a video game can stick with you forever, and odds are it'll still rate lower than other elements of the game's design. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Music, News, Video Games, Street Fighter II, Outstanding Covers


Nirvana seek to dismiss sexual abuse lawsuit concerning Nevermind cover

Lawyers describe Spencer Elden’s claim of child exploitation as ‘not serious’ and says it fails to meet statute of limitationsLawyers working on behalf of Nirvana have filed to dismiss a lawsuit made against the band by Spencer Elden, who appeared as a baby on the cover of their album Nevermind.In the lawsuit filed in August, Elden claimed he was the victim of child sexual exploitation and that the cover artwork was a child sexual abuse image. “Defendants knowingly produced, possessed and advert...
Tags: Music, US news, Culture, Pop and rock, Nirvana, Elden, Spencer Elden


K-pop star Suga tests positive for Covid after BTS return from US

Band’s management says singer self-isolating at home and is not showing any symptomsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSuga, songwriter and rapper for the K-pop sensation BTS, has tested positive for the coronavirus after returning from concerts in the US, the group’s management has said.The 24-year-old, whose real name is Min Yoon-gi, was confirmed to have contracted the virus on Friday during his self quarantine after returning home to South Korea on Thursday, accordin...
Tags: South Korea, Music, Science, US, World news, US news, Culture, Infectious Diseases, Pop and rock, Bts, Suga, Coronavirus, Min Yoon


Cosplay Pianist Pan Piano Hit With Seemingly False Copyright Claims

Pan Piano, a pianist who accrued far more attention after realizing the sex appeal of cosplay sells, has shared through her YouTube page that many of her videos have been copyright striked by a Vietnamese company that doesn’t seem to actually own the content in question, serving as yet another example of YouTube favoring companies […]
Tags: Music, Japan, Crime, Law, Youtube, Censorship, Copyright, Anime, Cosplay, Pan Piano


Avoid These Chemicals When Looking For a New Baby Shampoo

You can discover a new world of happiness by taking care of your infant. Bathing your baby is a beautiful experience and a lovely way to bond with them. As you take care of your kid, you must be careful about the products you use. Baby products should be one of the safest things in the world. However, some baby products you use every day contain harmful chemicals. It is your duty as a mother to avoid ingredients that have a negative impact on your baby’s health. Harmful Ingredient to Avoid in...
Tags: Jazz, Formalin, New Baby Shampoo


How To Find The Perfect House To Raise A Young Family

If you have a few sons and daughters to raise, then you’ll know full well that it would be wonderful to find the perfect home for them. You may have a place right now that does a small job, but it would be amazing to house everyone in the right place. It would be wonderful not to worry about the kids’ bedrooms or how you’re going to fit everyone in, right? The kid thing is that you absolutely can take steps in order to find the perfect home. The right house will be out there for you and your f...
Tags: Family, Housing, Jazz


The 20 best podcasts of 2021

Celebrities’ bizarre snacking habits, a true crime tale about stripping troupe The Chippendales, and the realisation that there’s no such thing as too much Louis Theroux: it’s the pods of the yearWant more of the year’s best culture? Here are our best TV shows of 2021 Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Podcasts, Radio, Culture, Television & radio, Britney Spears, Jon Ronson, Louis Theroux, Greg James



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