Everybody loves Lily, AT&T's perky, enthusiastic commercial spokeswoman. At this point, she's almost like a member of the family. Based on her TV ads, we got to know her so well; she's nerdy and awkward, a hopeless romantic, and she likes bedazzling. But how much do you actually know about the actress who plays Lily in those ubiquitous commercials? Well, we'll change that right now with this look at what you don't know about the AT&T commercial girl. Watch our video above or read on below, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for endless entertainment.
Oh Internet! You've done it again! In a new Facebook post that's gone viral, one poster suggests, "I'm not saying Ted Cruz might be the lead singer of Stryper, I'm saying he's DEFINITELY the lead singer of Stryper."
Should Sanders lose the primary, deciding to vote for Clinton as an impediment to Trump is a tactical question worthy of discussion.
The argument is a classic form of liberal discipline meant to shame the recalcitrant into obedience. It confers responsibility for national travails onto those who choose different ways of political consumption and participation. It's a good example of why many thoughtful people renounce the electoral system. When a complex project like democracy is limited to two airbrushed party bureaucrats, venal strategies of coercion are inevitable.
Master of Puppets may not be the best-selling heavy metal album of all time or even Metallica's most popular record, but it may well be the greatest heavy metal ever recorded. Not only have all of its eight incredible songs withstood the test of time, they remain a benchmark for the thrash-metal genre. Master of Puppets didn't just fall out of the skies into a favorable musical landscape, it disrupted the system through the sheer violent force of its revolutionary vision. Metallica and Master of Puppets simply would not be denied, and that's why we're looking back at this historic metal landmark with 30 facts to mark its 30th anniversary.
Not day goes by, it seems, without the mainstream media bashing Bernie Sanders's economic plan quoting certain economists as saying his numbers don't add up. (The New York Times did it again just yesterday.) They're wrong. You need to know the truth, and spread it. read more