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Watch Jaco Pastorius: The Lost Tapes Documentary, the Fan-Made Film on the Most Innovative Bass Player of All Time

People do not understand how hard a jazz musician works for a living. I’m not putting nobody down, but I’m telling you nobody understands how hard jazz musicians work. Jazz is not big in the US, because the States are too worried about Pac-Man and The Police. — Jaco When Jaco Pastorius uttered the quote above in a typically entertaining and insightful interview with Guitar World from 1983, I’m sure he meant no disrespect to the members of The Police. It may be safe to say that Jaco signi...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Music, Japan, College, France, US, Jazz, States, Warner Bros, Montreal, Joni Mitchell, Jaco Pastorius, Jacó, Hendrix, Josh Jones


Watch the Trippy 1970s Animated Film Quasi at the Quackadero: Voted One of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of All Time

There certainly are a lot of weirdos out today. —Quasi at the Quackadero Animation is a profession wherein childhood influences hold visible sway. Today’s young animators are likely to cite the formative powers of Spongebob Squarepants, Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Ren & Stimpy Show, and the films of Japanese master, Hayao Miyazaki. As a child of the 50s, Sally Cruikshank, creator of cult favorite Quasi at the Quackadero, above, marinated in Carl Barks’ Donald Duck comics. In The Anim...
Tags: Google, College, New York City, Time, San Francisco, Animation, Pbs, Hayao Miyazaki, National Film Registry, Donald Duck, San Francisco Bay Area, Facebook Twitter, Anita, KQED, Gregg, Cruikshank


Who Will Be the First Guest Host of Jeopardy, Alex?

thomst writes: Variety is reporting that uber-champion Ken Jennings will be the first of a series of guest hosts to substitute for the late, great Alex Trebek on trivia-maven game show Jeopardy! Executive Producer Mike Richards revealed that, when production resumes on November 30, Jennings will be the first of a series of guest hosts of the program, as the show begins its search for a permanent replacement for the much-beloved Trebek. Odds are good that the "beauty pageant"-style guest host f...
Tags: Tech, Ibm, Alex, Alex Trebek, Jennings, Mike Richards, Trebek, Ken Jennings, All Time


Vladimir Konstantinov Ranks #101 In THN All-Time Defensemen

from The Hockey News, In the final season of his NHL career, Vladimir Konstantinov finished second in Norris Trophy voting. It was a distant second to Brian Leetch, but it was second nonetheless. The season before that, he finished fourth in Norris voting. We tell you that only because you might have forgotten how outstanding a player Vladimir Konstantinov was. To recap, he was a top-five defenseman in the best league in the world for consecutive seasons before a limousine accident du...
Tags: Apple, Sport, Detroit Red Wings, NHL, Hockey News, Stanley Cups, Norris, Zinio, Ken Holland, Nick Lidstrom, Brian Leetch, Red Wings GM, All Time, Vladimir Konstantinov, Konstantinov, NHL Defensemen of All Time


Watch a Surreal 1933 Animation of Snow White, Featuring Cab Calloway & Betty Boop: It’s Ranked as the 19th Greatest Cartoon of All Time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKOSJ5AAwfc Of the three collaborations jazz singer Cab Calloway made with cute cartoon legend Betty Boop, this 1933 Max Fleischer-directed “Snow White” is probably the most successful. It certainly is the most strange—more hallucinatory than the first in the series “Minnie the Moocher”, and less slapstick-driven than “The Old Man of the Mountain.” It is a singular marvel and rightly deserves being deemed “culturally significant” by the United States Libra...
Tags: Google, Film, College, Boop, Disney, New Orleans, Koko, Facebook Twitter, Betty Boop, KCRW, Cab Calloway, Betty, Fleischer, All Time, Ted Mills, Max Fleischer


The Top 100 Movies Of All Time, As Voted By You

The Top 100 Movies Of All Time, As Voted By You If there has been any silver lining to this year of quarantine and isolation, it’s been that we’ve finally had a bit more downtime. And what’s the best way to spend that downtime when you can’t leave your home? It’s got to be watching movies. So with that in mind, we’re on a mission to chronicle the 100 Greatest Movies of All Time! We’re talking all the genres, old and new, cult classics to blockbuster franchises. And so, we need your help. Vote...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Time, Sony, Academy, Lake House, All Time, ComingSoon, Movie News, Top 100 Movies, YASUYOSHI CHIBA AFP


Top 10 most viewed music videos on YouTube 2020

Here are the top ten all-time most viewed music videos around the world on YouTube in 2020, all with at least three billion views. 1. Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee 6.9 billion views 2. Ed Sheeran – Shape of You [Official Video] 5.0 billion views 3. Wiz Khalifa – See You Again ft. Charlie Puth [Official Video] Furious 7 Soundtrack 4.7 billion views 4. Mark Ronson – Uptown Funk (Official Video) ft. Bru...
Tags: Music, Youtube, Music Videos, Justin Bieber, 2020, Wiz Khalifa, Top 10, Views, Youtube Music, Movement, Most Viewed, Charlie Puth, Yankee, All Time, Digital Video News, Luis Fonsi Despacito


The Top 10 Superhero Scores of All Time

The Top 10 Superhero Scores of All Time We live in a day and age where superhero films are a dime a dozen. It wasn’t always like that. Where Marvel more or less makes big-budget TV shows, Richard Donner, Sam Raimi and Tim Burton paved the way for superheroes with films like Superman: The Movie, Spider-Man and Batman. Sure, some of those films don’t hold up as well today, but, at the time, they were groundbreaking cinema. Part of what made them so special was the music that served as the hero...
Tags: Music, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Marvel, Superman, Tim Burton, Gotham, Williams, James Bond, Batman, Warner Bros, Avengers, Krypton, Tobey Maguire, John Williams, Michael Keaton


Rangers’ Top 4 All Time

The Franchise Four. The Mount Rushmore. Four players who tell the story of an organization. In this series I’ll be taking a look at the history of all 30 NHL squads. For criteria, I’m choosing one forward, defenceman, goaltender and a wild card from any position. An “Original Six” squad, there’s no shortage of sensational star power with the New York Rangers. Since their founding in 1926, the Rangers have won four Stanley Cup titles in 88 seasons. Through the years the team has boasted the...
Tags: Sport, Rangers, Hockey, NHL, Archives, Hall of Fame, New York Rangers, Gilbert, Henrik Lundqvist, Henrik, Calder Memorial Trophy, Lundqvist, Hockey Hall of Fame, Messier, Mark Messier, Brian Leetch


Kenny Rogers, 1938–2020

Kenny Rogers is dead at 81. The famed country singer was one of the best-selling music artists of all time, developing his signature song The Gambler into an enduring media franchise and even a restaurant chain. Rogers passed away peacefully at home from natural causes under the care of hospice and surrounded by his family. In a career that spanned more than six decades, Kenny Rogers left an indelible mark on the history of American music. His songs have endeared music lovers and touched the li...
Tags: Post, News, Deaths, Obits, Usa Today, Rogers, Kenny, Kenny Rogers, All Time, Know When To Fold 'em


‘Jeopardy! GOAT': Here’s Why Brad Rutter’s All-Time Winnings Record Is Not in Jeopardy

Ken Jennings could win it all on next Tuesday’s game of “Jeopardy! Greatest Of All Time,” but he won’t be able to beat Brad Rutter’s all-time winnings record. Here’s why.Rutter currently holds the record for most money won on “Jeopardy!” with a collective $4,688,436. Now, keep in mind, that includes special tournaments, where the stakes are much higher and players can win millions at a time. In regular-season play, average winnings are under a hundred thousand — unless you’re James Holzhauer, wh...
Tags: News, Abc, Jennings, Ken Jennings, Rutter, All Time, Brad Rutter, James Holzhauer, Emma Boettcher


Who is greatest ‘Jeopardy’ player of all time? We could find out Friday night

CULVER CITY — Ken Jennings could be known as the greatest “Jeopardy!” player of all-time Friday night. Jennings won the first and third total-point matches on “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time,” while James Holzhauer won the second. The first player to win three matches will be declared “The Greatest of All Time.” If Holzhauer or the third contestant, Brad Rutter, win the match airing at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10, on ABC, a fifth match will air Tuesday. Additional matches —if necessary — will air...
Tags: News, Abc, Time, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Things To Do, Soccer, Alex Trebek, Ian, Jennings, Naperville, Pasadena Calif, Naperville Ill, Daily Herald


'Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time' aims to crown a champ of the champs

Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer, the three top winners in "Jeopardy!" history, are set to compete against each other during a prime-time event starting January 7.
Tags: Cnn, All Time, James Holzhauer, Ken Jennings Brad Rutter


Album Stream: Styles P ‘S.P. The GOAT: Ghost of All Time’

Styles P is a man that wears many hats with various hustles. The CEO/entrepreneur/artist brings in back to the music with his first project of the 2019, S.P. The GOAT: Ghost of All Time. The 12-track LP includes last month’s appetizer, “Change.” Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, Lil’ Fame of M.O.P. and more are featured on the album, available everywhere now. Ghost of All Time comes after the D-Block veteran dropped three albums (Dime Bag, Beloved with Dave East, G-Host) and an EP (Nickel Bag) last yea...
Tags: Albums, Dave, Jazz, All Time, Styles P, S.P. The GOAT: Ghost of All Time, Jadakiss Sheek Louch Lil, East G Host


What's the Most Dangerous Food of All Time?

Surveying the whole scope of human history vis-à-vis food, a couple of themes emerge. One is that humans like their food to taste good. Another is that they like it to not kill them. These two qualities often cohere in the same foodstuff—apples, for instance, taste great, and are not to my knowledge toxic—but…Read more...
Tags: Health, Food, Science, Sugar, Food Science, Dangerous, All Time


11 Famous Entrepreneurs and Who Can Inspire You to Reach for Success

Today I’m sharing a list featuring 11 of history’s most famous entrepreneurs. From Oprah to Hans Christian Anderson, we’re sharing these tales of past and present entrepreneurs who had to claw their way to the top. Most Famous Entrepreneurs of All Time 1. Oprah Winfrey I think Oprah Winfrey has one of the most amazing modern rags-to-riches stories of all time. As you’re probably well aware, Oprah is the richest African American of the 21st century, and with a net worth of over $3 billion, s...
Tags: Microsoft, Disney, Sales, Management, Bill Gates, Harry Potter, John, Paul Mitchell, Bill, Louisiana, Oprah Winfrey, Benjamin Franklin, Copenhagen, Oprah, Gates, Coke


Professional Scrabble Players Replay Their Greatest Moves: Their Most Improbable, Patient & Strategic Moves of All Time

If ever the creators of the musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee are casting about for sequel-worthy source material, we suggest they look no further than The New Yorker’s video above, in which professional Scrabble players replay their greatest moves. The bingo—a move in which a player uses all seven tiles on their rack, earning a bonus 50 points—figures prominently. It seems that top ranked players not only eye their racks for potential bingos, they’re constantly calculat...
Tags: Google, Games, College, Princeton University, English Language, Facebook Twitter, David Gibson, Putnam County Spelling Bee, Will Anderson, All Time, Jesse Day, Kate Fukawa Connelly, Conrad Bassett Bouchard


Oliver Babish: Fictional Lawyer, Accurate Advice

Nearly four years ago, Friend of the Blog Derek Allen and I published an article on our Top 10 Fictional Lawyers of all time. Part 1 and Part 2 are etched in the tomes of Duets Blog for your perusal and criticism. It was difficult to decide on the top ten, but we felt like we covered our bases pretty well with a long list of “honorable mentions.” Yet I recently realized there was a glaring omission from our list, Mr. Oliver Babish from the television series The West Wing, played by the actor Oli...
Tags: White House, Articles, The West Wing, Branding, Don, Platt, Oliver Platt, All Time, Squirrelly Thoughts, First Lady, Derek Allen, J Cregg, C.J. Cregg, Babish, Oliver Babish, Let Bartlett Be Bartlett


See Ridley Scott’s 1973 Bread Commercial—Voted England’s Favorite Advertisement of All Time

I have often thought that eating some really serious brown bread is a bit like pushing a bike up a very steep hill, a hill called “health.” So what a surprise to find that in 2006 a poll of 1,000 Britons voted this 1973 ad for Hovis bread as the Favorite British Commercial of All Time. And none other than Ridley Scott directed it. Indeed, this story of a young lad delivering bread by bicycle up a steep cobblestone mining-town street is laced through with nostalgia and a sentimental use o...
Tags: Apple, Google, UK, England, Television, Film, College, Ridley Scott, Dvorak, Scott, Tony, Facebook Twitter, Hovis, Barlow, All Time, Ted Mills


10 Signs You May Be A Psychopath

Hollywood has conditioned us to associate psychopaths with blood-thirsty killers, but in reality, this is an actual personality trait that anyone can possess. Even you. Recently, the team at All Time 10’s made a video highlighting the top 10 personality traits that psychopaths possess. You may be surprised to find yourself possessing more than one of these.
Tags: Hollywood, News, All Time


Lou Reed Creates a List of the 10 Best Albums of All Time

If you want to write, most every writer will tell you, you’ve got to read, read, read, and read. “Read more than you write,” advises Teju Cole. Even great filmmakers like Werner Herzog and Akira Kurasawa cite copious reading as a prerequisite for their primarily visual medium. But what about music? What advice might we hope to receive about the art of writing catchy, memorable, culturally significant songs? Listen, listen, listen, and listen, perhaps. One of the greatest of rock and roll great...
Tags: Google, Music, New York, College, John Lennon, Superman, Bob Dylan, Scott Walker, Elvis Presley, Ornette Coleman, Lou Reed, Eddie, Richard, Belle, Al Green, Leonard Cohen


See A Sneak Peak Of Showtime's Documentary About How The Hell Trump Got Elected

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Tags: News, White House, Showtime, Donald Trump, Huffington Post, Matthew Jacobs, All Time


Cheap Laughs

The Lad Bible is a website aimed towards men aged 16-30; a community created a few years back it focuses on the lad culture, a term we have come to recognize since the 1990's. Before The Lad Bible, we had Uni Lad, an online magazine for the male University student. Uni Lad has come in for a considerable amount of criticism over the years, mainly for its articles entitled 'How To Pull A Fresher' or 'The Angry Shag' which tells the story of a man who, during sex, smashes a woman's face into a wall...
Tags: Facebook, News, Snapchat, University, Party, Huffington Post, All Time, Rachel Hawkins


The 10 Best Psychological Thrillers of All Time

The 10 Best Psychological Thrillers of All-Time Audiences have always flocked to thrillers, though it’s the ones that play mind games and really get in our boo boo that are the most memorable. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of The 10 Best Psychological Thrillers of All Time, listing both the recent and classic nail-biters that have true staying power.  Whether our protagonists are trapped in a claustrophobic situation with an insane person, or are victims of their own debilitating o...
Tags: Feature, UK, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Horror, India, Stephen King, Orson Welles, Fbi, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nicole Kidman, Shanghai, Annie, Dustin Hoffman, David Fincher, Mark Ruffalo


Valentino Rossi: The Doctor Series - All Episodes

'The Greatest of All-Time' is the first of five episodes from the 'Valentino Rossi: The Doctor Series' and examines the appeal and reach of arguably the fastest and most popular motorcycle racer in MotoGP history. Opinions and insight are provided by Valentino himself plus Colin Edwards as well as the Italian’s inner circle and from the close-knit community back in his hometown of Tavullia. What makes an icon? What causes people to utter the words ‘the greatest’ when it comes to the inescapable ...
Tags: News, Motorcycles, MotoGP, Valentino Rossi, Valentino, All Time, Short Films, Sameer Kumar, Colin Edwards


Hollywood Drives Europe to All-Time $8.2 billion Box Office High

Propelled by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Minions,” “Spectre” and “Jurassic World,” the European Union’s box office hit an all-time high of €7.3 billion ($8.2 billion) in 2015, a robust 16% up on 2014, per an advance of a European Audiovisual Observatory report, Focus 2016: World Film Market Trends. At 976 million, ticket sales climbed... Read more »
Tags: Europe, News, Film, Global, European Union, Markets & Festivals, Festivals, Cannes Festival, European Audiovisual Observatory, All Time, Hollywood Drives Europe, Box Office High


Jerry Miculek Joins Aguila Ammunition Pro Staff Team

Jerry Miculek Joins Aguila Ammunition Pro Staff Team Aguila Ammunition CONROE, TEXAS – -(Ammoland.com)- Texas Armament & Technology (TxAT)/Aguila Ammunition have added another record-breaking element to their shooting team.The “Greatest Shooter of All Time” and 20-time world record holder, Jerry Miculek has officially joined “Team Aguila“. He will be representing the rimfire product line of the Aguila brand.Jerry is also known as the unchallenged champion of revolver competition; earning ...
Tags: Jerry, Jerry Miculek, Aquila, All Time, Featured Articles, Competitive Shooting News, Ammunition News, Aguila Ammunition, Sponsorships, Aguila, Cuernavaca Morelos Mexico, Texas Armament Technology, Kristi Drawe, Miculek, Aguila Ammunition Pro Staff Team, Aguila Jerry


Tom Waits Makes a List of His Top 20 Favorite Albums of All Time

What’s that? Exile on Main Street’s in your top 20 favorite albums of all time? Yeah, me too. How about Trout Mask Replica? A little weird, that one, right? The Basement Tapes? Cool… So, uh, how about Bohemian-Moravian Bands? No? Never heard of it? Seriously? Me neither. But there it is, the music of “Czech-Bavarian bands that landed in Texas… music both sour and bitter, and picante, and floating above itself like steam over the kettle… like a wheel about to go off the road all the time… the mo...
Tags: Google, Music, Texas, Africa, James Brown, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, The Guardian, Elvis Costello, Frank Sinatra, Frank Zappa, Leonard Cohen, Tom, Facebook Twitter, Rolling Stones, Beefheart


Rolling Stone Gets Punk Rock Wrong, Again

The Damned didn't have an album good enough for Rolling Stone's "Top 40 Punk Albums of All Time," according to the magazine. Let's start here: calling Gang of Four's magnificent Entertainment a punk record is like calling the Soft Machine a British Invasion band.
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Shinmaru’s Top 30 Anime + tags

ok Turning Girls isn’t actually on my list, but i didn’t know what to use as a lead image and kaerun rules so fuck it The more anime I watch, the more the idea of ranking anime makes me uncomfortable. How the heck do I compare series with vastly different goals and methods of storytelling? Beats me. So I guess think of this more as “this is 30 shows I sure like a whole lot because they are cool and good” rather than “these are the 30 best anime of All Time objectively ordered into an easily cons...
Tags: France, America, Holland, Lists, Quentin Tarantino, Shell, Eva, Jojo, Alexandre Dumas, Hunter, Yamato, Rose, Versailles, Don, Joseph, Sakura