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The A-Team and The Smurfs Fight Robot Dinosaurs

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)  The A-Team received an unusual request for their services – to defend the Smurfs from an army of robot dinosaurs. The team was initially skeptical, but after hearing the Smurfs' plea, they agreed to take on the mission. The team arrived in the Smurf village and immediately began to assess the situation. The Smurfs were hiding in their mushroom homes, terrified of the massive robotic creatures that were stomping through their village. Hannibal, the team leader, quickly developed a plan. He instructed B.A. Baracus to build some explosive traps while Face scouted out the robot's weak points. Meanwhile, Murdock prepared to take to the skies in his helicopter, armed with a high-powered laser rifle. The A-Team set their plan in motion, and as the robot dinosaurs closed in, they sprang into action. B.A. set off the traps, causing a series of explosions that sent the robots reeling. Face and Murdock began targeting the robot's weak s

Revenge Of The Five Fun Pop Culture Facts

 (In)Famous Cousins  Not every family has someone famous in it. It's very rare for a family to have two members become famous independently. There is one family though that has three famous cousins. Jerry Lee Lewis is one of the pioneers of rock and roll, a man whose wild life was filled with controversy. His cousin Mickey Gilley achieved stardom in country music without all the scandal. But their other cousin outdid even Jerry Lee in the scandal department, when televangelist Jimmy Swaggart was caught with a prostitute. And then was caught again three years later. Jerry Lee was probably glad to let someone else be the black sheep of the family, but he's still the king of scandal having had his career ruined by marrying his teenage cousin, and years of drinking and domestic abuse and even allegations of having murdered one of his seven wives. Sax Rohmer's Fitting End Sax Rohmer is an author who is best known for creating the character Fu Manchu. The character

Lita Ford and Joan Jett

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)  Lita Ford and Joan Jett met at a rock concert in New York City. Lita was opening for Joan and as she watched Joan perform, she felt something she had never felt before. The way Joan moved on stage, the power in her voice, and the way she held the guitar captivated Lita. After the show, Lita introduced herself to Joan, and they hit it off immediately. They went out for drinks, talked about music, and laughed about their shared experiences in the male-dominated rock scene. Over the next few weeks, they toured together and got to know each other better. They discovered a shared passion for music, as well as a growing attraction to each other. One night after a show, they found themselves alone in Joan's hotel room. They talked for hours, sharing stories and dreams, and finally kissed. The kiss was electric, and they knew that they had found something special. Their romance was not without its challenges. They faced criticism and even ho

Return Of The Five Fun Pop Culture Facts

 The Supremes' First Hit The Supremes are a legendary "girl group" of the 60's. There have been many lineups of the group, but the most famous, and the one that originally became famous, was Diana Ross, Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson. The Supremes signed with Motown Records in 1961, but did not become overnight sensations. In fact for several years they released flop after flop until they had become a bit of a joke around Motown. That all changed with one song in 1964. Where Did Our Love Go made The Supremes stars and was the first in a string of big hits. The interesting thing is, the song was not originally meant for The Supremes. Written by Brian and Eddie Holland and Lamont Dozier, the song was supposed to be for The Marvellettes who had had a big hit with Please Mr. Postman. That group didn't like the song, and passed on it. The Supremes didn't like it either, but were persuaded to record it anyway. And the rest is history. Almost A Rock S

Mae West, Richard Pryor, Amy Schumer Love Triangle

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)  Mae West had always been drawn to the bad boys, the men who could keep up with her quick wit and charming personality. And so it was no surprise that she found herself falling for Richard Pryor, one of the most brilliant comedians of his time. Their love was passionate and intense, but it was also tempestuous. They fought often, but the makeup sex was always worth it. However, Mae had a secret that she couldn't keep hidden forever. She had also fallen for a young comedian named Amy Schumer. At first, Mae tried to resist her attraction to Amy, but the more time they spent together, the harder it became. And so, one day, she made the difficult decision to leave Richard for Amy. Richard was devastated, but he knew that Mae had always been fiercely independent and that she would do what she thought was best. He wished her well and moved on with his life. Mae and Amy were happy together, but their happiness was short-lived when a group of

Five More Pop Culture Facts

  MUPPET MONDO If you are a fan of the Muppets chances are good you are a fan of the song Mah Na Mah Na. If you didn't watch The Muppet Show and have never heard the song you should look it up on Youtube. It's a fun nonsense song that Henson had the character who he named after it sing in several appearances. The song did not originate with the Muppets though. It actually has a much seedier origin. Mondo movies were popular in the 60's and 70's. They were made mostly in Italy and were basically exploitation documentaries, covering topics meant to shock and titillate in order to compel people to see them. They would show graphic sex acts and murders and even surgical procedures. Sweden: Heaven and Hell was released in 1968, and documented lesbian clubs, porno movies, and the swingers scene in that country. It also featured the debut of the future Muppet hit. THE MOST POPULAR FRIEND Who was the most popular Friend on Friends? We don’t really know about the

Oscar Wilde and Dorothy Parker Fight a Ninja

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.) It was a warm summer evening in Paris, and Oscar Wilde and Dorothy Parker were enjoying a few glasses of absinthe in a cozy little cafĂ©. They were chatting about literature and their favorite authors when suddenly, they heard a commotion outside. Looking out the window, they saw a masked ninja in a black suit and carrying a katana sword. The ninja had a menacing look and was walking towards them with intent. Oscar and Dorothy quickly realized that this was no ordinary ninja, and something was amiss. As the ninja approached their table, he pulled off his mask to reveal his true identity – it was none other than their old friend Gore Vidal! Both Oscar and Dorothy were stunned, as they had not seen Gore in many years. Gore, however, was not there to catch up on old times. He was on a mission to assassinate the two great writers. Oscar and Dorothy knew they had to act quickly to defend themselves. Oscar quickly reached for his cane, which had