|29.||Beavis and Butt-Head|
MTV cartoon airing from 1993 until 1997. It was found to be hugely popular, particularly among men in their twenties and teenagers, and resulted in a full length theatrical movie, holiday specials, and a spin-off series featuring the character Daria. Because it did technically air on MTV (back when MTV was interested in music), during breaks in the storyline music videos would air with both characters "reviewing" and commenting on it, somewhat akin to what Mystery Science Theater did with cheesy sci-fi films.more...
The actual storylines followed two 15 year old numbskull boys as they went through everyday life and often wound up in bizarre and hilarious situations. Their basic motivation was always to "score" which of course they never did. Along the way and, on the side, their adventures would often result in one or both of them getting arrested, getting beaten up, getting maimed, or occassionally just releasing general havok themselves. Their trademark was the classic and strange laughter which never seemed to end.
Physically Butt-Head had dark brown hair, braces, and a large nose while Beavis had blonde hair, a bit of an underbite, and a somewhat pointed nose. Behaviorally Butt-Head was typically the more "focused" (which isn't saying a lot) while Beavis was typically more manic. These could be occassionally reversed however with Beavis becoming more contemplative before Butt-Head tried to "kick his ass" and snap him out of it. They frequently got into fights but continue...
Existent, but very rare.
Liberal dumbasses think that just because most television stations and other forms of media are run by EEEVIL corporations, then they must harbor some hidden conservative bias. If you actually did some research instead of believing everything you hear from shitty political punk bands, you would know that the executives of TV companies such as AOL Time Warner, Sony Viacom, and Knight Ridder all donate heavily to the Democratic party.
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AOL/Time Warner, Sony, Viacom, Universal, Vivendi, NBC, ABC, Warner Brothers, and Disney all adamantly support Democrats over Republicans. The facts are all there. Or just keep believing everything George Soros spoon-feeds you.
Montreal is a wonderful city full of action and a great history.
Although Montreal's sucess is fairly recent, the city has been alive for hundreds of years. It's been THE place in Quebec everybody wants to visit.
The action in Montreal is absolutely unbelievable. You could visit Montreal for a few days and feel like you've lived a totally different life while spending your time there.
Probably the only city in the province of Quebec to hold as many subcultures and different lifestyles.
The Arts and Media are highly developed there, too. Fashion and Art shows, great musicians, television shows, comedians.
The Montreal Jazz Festival is probably the city's biggest event of all time. Every year, hundreds(if not thousands) of musicians from all over the world travel to perform, or to watch. It's not just Jazz music, it's always very diverse. I strongly recommand it.
And as for the party times of Montreal, well, y'know the reputation.
Sex drugs and rock n roll.
Don't forget the clubs
Goth, Metal, Punk, House and RnB, They have all the types of clubs.
Drinking age : 18 Years
People drink : In parks.
Cops : Too drunk to notice.
Kid #1 : I just got back from Montreal!
Kid #2 : No wonder your hair is now green
Television station that convinces everyone your lifestyle and clothing choice is a reflection of what music you listen to. They have recently decided to do nothing but embrace the world through pop culture eyes and stop trying to simply supply the masses with some tunes without biased selection. This wouldn't be that damn bad if they only didn't run it into the ground with a network that oozes a pure and utter conformity plan that will suck the life out of every person who genuinley wants to be an individual.
Girl 1: What are you watching?
Girl 2: MTV!
Girl 1: Didn't they used to play music on that channel?
<i>"what to wear, what to eat, what to feel, what to think, how to act, how to speak, insecure, incomplete."</i>
A TV channel that stands for Black Entertainment Television.BET plays Black Culture music like Hip-Hop,R&B,Jazz and some Swing.
BET plays shows like:
1:106 & Park
2:Rap City: Tha Bassment
7:Top 25 Countdown
8:Yearly BET Awards
15:People Around The World
16:Help The People
17:BET Spring Bling(only in spring)
18:BET Blackbuster Movie Special(s)
19:Vote Or Die(re-allection times)
1. n. a rotten piece of wood.
2. n. a bratty kid
3. n. the one who gets bent and takes it in the prison showers
4. n. an anarchisti, rebellious, wealth-denying obnoxious hooligan. often associated with a (not particularly) musical revolution from mid-1970s britain and america typified by bands such as MC5, television, the clash, and the sex pistols punk rock.
5. adj. anything displaying the "i don't give a shit what you nancies think about me" and "i don't like it, fuck this bullshit" attitude
"we're not into music; we're into chaos." -johnny rotten of the sex pistols
(punk is a beautifully angry thing and i like it)
1. In Star Trek, the Vulcan matriarch who presided over Mr. Spock's wedding in the episode "Amok Time". Played by veteran Austro-Hungarian stage & screen actress Celia Lovsky, T'Pau was a unique figure and role model on American television at that time; an older woman in a position of mighty authority.
2. In the 1980s, an all-woman British pop music band led by Carol Decker. Members said they chose the name simply because they liked the way it sounded. They broke up in 1991 but reformed in 98 and are still active as of 2005.
1. -- Get the popcorn! Star Trek's on and it's the one where Spock gets married and that kick-ass older chick's in charge!
-- Yeah man, T'Pau rules, you better not say no to her! Just like my grandmother!
2. Tonight on KSOL it's the All-80s Retro Hour, tonight featuring the best of T'Pau and an interview about how they recorded their classic Heart & Soul album.