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I Recently Realized There’s a Version of “All I Want for Christmas is You” With Justin Bieber and it Made Me Angry

Written by Rick. Posted in Music

Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” is a great Christmas song. I don’t understand people who don’t like it. Are you people dead inside? What is wrong with you that makes you feel this way? Are you not capable of joy?

Anyway, this song is a staple for me at Christmas time. I love it. I love it more than I probably should. I have, as a 33-year-old man, danced to it in my apartment when no one else was around.

And then, a few days ago, I realized that they made a version featuring Justin Bieber in 2011. No, I’m not linking to it. I wouldn’t do that to you. But, yes, it’s as horrible as you would expect. I will be forever grateful for those three years between the time that this song and video were created and the time that I realized it exists. I wish I could go back to those carefree days.

How horrible is this song? Here’s a screen capture from the video.

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I feels like Mariah let her cute but annoying nephew do a guest appearance in her video because she didn’t want him to feel left out or something. Except that it’s not like that at all. The video starts off with Bieber being attracted to a sexy Santa that is Mariah Carey.

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I don’t even know what to say anymore. I’m sad. Justin Bieber and Mariah Carey have ruined Christmas for me. I expected this from Justin Bieber but you, Mariah? I trusted you. I trusted you to make Christmas fun and happy and now you’ve destroyed it. I feel so betrayed.

At least I still have Kelly Clarkson.

In case you’re wondering, the original Mariah Carey song was released in November 1994. Justin Bieber was eight months old.

With Season Six Happening on Yahoo, We Look at the Top Five Secondary Characters on Community

Written by Rick. Posted in Television

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Rescued from the clutches of NBC and given a new lease on life, Community lives on thanks to Yahoo! Screen. Ever since the deal was announced, I’ve been excited and happy. Well, excited, happy and incredibly surprised that something named “Yahoo! Screen” actually exists.

 To celebrate the eventual return of Community, I’m taking a look at the top five secondary characters in the show’s history. By “secondary character” I mean anyone who isn’t in ‘the group’ (Jeff, Annie, Britta, Pierce, Troy, Abed, Shirley). I’m also not talking about Buzz Hickey (since he was basically in the group in season five) or Dean Pelton and Ben Chang (since they’re pretty central characters.) Anyone else could be on this list.

So here we go!

The Top Ten Simpsons Songs

Written by Rick. Posted in Retro, Television

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Yes, The Simpsons is an amazing television program. Even now, when the quality of the show has declined considerably, it’s still good for a laugh. Of course it’s not as good as the “Golden Age” of The Simpsons but, really, what is?

The Simpsons has blessed us with a number of great songs. Here is the top ten Simpsons songs, according to me. Yes, this list is personal preference so feel free to get all mad about it and point out what I’m an idiot for missing. That’s why there’s a comment section. Also, this list isn’t in order. Ranking these songs in order would be far too difficult.

My Time With Bungie’s “Destiny” Alpha

Written by Pezell04x. Posted in Games

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Someone dust the cobwebs away because there’s a post here! 

So this weekend I was lucky enough to get an invite from Bungie to experience the Destiny alpha on my Playstation 4. If you don’t know what Destiny is then you should feel shame. To sum it up – Destiny is basically the love child of Borderlands and Halo. That’s the easy, shitty way to explain the game. There’s more to it than just Borderlands meets Halo. It is basically an MMORPG game played on numerous amounts of worlds. You can choose to play missions alone or with friends (in teams called fire strikes composed of 3 or 6 people). If you decide to try a fire strike mission, you’ll be thrown into the mission with randoms. 

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