Browsing: Entertainment

Dish Over Television

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The battle for your TV viewing habits continues to be a hot one between the cable and satellite companies. While cable companies continue to wage the war, judging by recent consumer trends, they are certainly on the losing side. Satellite providers simply offer far more than do cable providers. In addition, the cable conglomerates are…

Mickey & Mario’s Drive-Inn

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Check Availability Book Now It's no secret that Disney hotels cost a fortune especially if you have a large group of people. Most of the hotel rooms will cost $500 and up for a 1 bed 1 bath and over $1000 daily for 2 bedroom suites. What if you could bring your whole family, friends,…

10 Best Movie Quotes Ever

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For More Than A Century, Movies Have Provided Escape, Comfort, Insight, And A Different Way Of Looking At Our World. It’s Tough Selecting The 10 Best Movie Quotes Ever From The Hundreds Of Thousands Made, But We’re Gonna Try! It’s tough to think about a great movie without some pretty amazing lines of dialogue or…

Cutting The Ties That Bind You (To Your Cable Company)

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There was a time when TV was free. True, you often had to watch shows through a light haze of snowy static, put things known as bunny ears on top of your giant, wood-encased set and sometimes even enhance said ears with crafty homemade tinfoil tubes, but still … it was free. Then the cable…

7 Books that Were Banned in the U.S.

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Think you live in a totally free society? Ask the authors of these 7 Books that Were Banned in the U.S. To be fair, all of these books are now available, but considering many were written in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, we’re not far removed from when they were hard to come by. Not all were…

25 Facts You May Not Have Known About Die Hard

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Well, Life’d readers, we think it’s a good day to die hard, don’t you? In celebration of the fifth film in the action movie franchise that has grossed a combined worldwide total of $1.13 billion, we are taking advantage of this occasion to revisit the entire series up to the present. Look over our 25 Facts…

See The Fifth Verse In 25 Pictures

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Billy Joel’s song was #1 for two weeks and remained iconic forever. See the 5th and final verse in pictures… 1. Birth Control Image source: www.pregnancyandbaby.com In 1960, the first oral contraceptive hit the market. It was invented by American biologist, Dr. Gregory Goodwin Pincus. 2. Ho Chi Minh Image source: http://kalamu.com/neogriot/2015/05/19/video-happy-birthday-ho-chi-minh The Vietnamese call it…

13 Facts You Didn’t Know About Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has had quite a career. You might call his life living the “American dream.” From bodybuilding to Hollywood to politics, he has got stories tell. You know he was born in Austria, but did you know… 1. Dad Image source: commons.wikimedia.org Arnold’s father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, was the police chief in Thal, Austria, where Arnold was…

13 Celebrity High School Dropouts Who Are Now Millionaires

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Jim Carrey – $150 Million Net Worth One of the biggest comedian actors in the world, Jim Carrey had to drop out of high school at age 15 to work as a janitor and help his sick mother. His first television breakthrough happened in the 90’s television show “In Living Color”. But most people remember…

10 Best One-Hit Wonders Of The 1990s

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The older you get, the more you realize most of the songs that defined your youth were recorded by one-hit wonders, and that’s definitely not a bad thing. Too often the term gets thrown around as an insult, but before one acts disparagingly toward these bands, they need to ask themselves the question: what do…

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