Category Archive: Pop Culture History

Cooking with Fire

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With the power of the Internet, I stumbled upon a very obscure relic from my childhood: Biker Billy Cooks with Fire. I remember this show being on channel 3. Incidentally, that was the… Continue reading

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5 of My Least Favorite Websites

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Lately, I’ve come to realize there are certain websites whose links I’ve found on and off Facebook that just annoy me. I think it’s because I see most of them shared extensively on… Continue reading

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The Pop Culture Historian, Israel, and Palestine

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The Pop Culture Historian is taking this opportunity to officially state its protest of both the war between Israel and Palestine as well as of all the posts I see on Facebook that… Continue reading

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Nobody Went Broke Underestimating an American’s Intelligence

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As someone with two engineering degrees, I’ve found it increasingly frustrating to talk to a lot of people whose knowledge of science is pretty darned close to nonexistent. It bothers me more when… Continue reading

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Could Foodfight! Have Been Better?

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As I said in my review of Foodfight!, one of many troubles the film went through was the theft of the hard drives containing the footage. The movie was apparently 60% complete and… Continue reading

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The World Didn’t Like What This Feminist Said. So She Said it Again.

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I think I’m getting pretty good at Upworthy’s game, which is getting people to follow links of nothing in order to raise their own hit counts with clickbait headlines and images. I only… Continue reading

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5 of My Least Favorite Games

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In general, when I buy video games, I do my due diligence by reading reviews before making my purchase. With that in mind, I have made a few mistakes as far as what… Continue reading

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