Category Archive: Pop Culture History

Two Quick Confessions

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We got four more questions on our Twitter feed! I’ll answer two of them. The reason is because the other two are inappropriate jokes that would only make sense to fellow Cornell mechanical… Continue reading

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Origins of The Pop Culture Historian

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In continuing our series of posts answering the questions that our readers may have, we respond to one posted by Rae, the author of Cutting Edge Creativity, on our Twitter feed. When did… Continue reading

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5 Very Good Animated Family Movies

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As readers probably realized, my three most recent movie reviews were all those of animated movies. The Lego Movie came as a very pleasant surprise for me after Frozen, which I honestly felt… Continue reading

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Grand Theft Auto: Then and Now

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Everytime I pick up a new Grand Theft Auto, I remember why I love the GTA series as much as I do. I’ve been a pretty loyal GTA fanboy since GTA2 (albeit having… Continue reading

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The Year in Bad Movies: 2013

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As per our tradition that we started last year, we will count down the worst movies we have seen this year, with 2013 releases as well as movies we saw on DVD and… Continue reading

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Their Reasons for Doing it Are Obvious. Their Methods Make Me Want to Hit Them.

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Admit it, if you are reading this post by following a link you clicked on Facebook, you probably clicked because the Upworthy-inspired title aroused your curiosity. I’m hoping the screencap from the 2006… Continue reading

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Why I’m Embarrassed to be Indian

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As readers of The Pop Culture Historian’s sister blog, The American Foodie, may know, my other hobby is food. As much as I like going to restaurants, tasting food and reporting what I… Continue reading

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