207.1 Million Americans Want Net Neutrality to Stay

Should the FCC axe net neutrality tomorrow, expect a lot disappointed and possibly infuriated Americans. Ajit Pai isn’t a popular person right now. Several weeks ago, the FCC Chairman unveiled his plan to roll back Obama-era rules on net neutrality.  Under current guidelines, American ISPs must treat all web traffic equally. Tomorrow, the agency will vote on Pai’s anti-net neutrality […]

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Here are the Top 7 Noel and Liam Gallagher Quotes of the Year 2017 in Lists

“Has-beens shouldn’t present awards to gonna-bes,” Oasis’s Noel Gallagher once famously said after accepting an award from INXS’s Michael Hutchence at the 1996 BRITs.   Ironically, the Britpop band wouldn’t take home a win at the annual awards ceremony for another decade, but they’ve fered up a treasure trove similarly arrogant and antagonistic one-liners on a consistent basis ever since. […]

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Luke Bryan Finds Safety in Country’s Middle Ground

There was a time when having too youthful an image could actually be something a liability in country music, a genre that privileged adult tastes and settled concerns. The few adolescents who scored country breakthroughs either sounded older than they were or strained to project weighty worldviews. All that began to change when Taylor Swift proved tween and teen girls would […]

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DJ Earworm’s 2017 United State of Pop Proves Only One Song Mattered This Year

DJ Earworm’s annual review the year in music has arrived and, in summary, only one song really existed this year. Yes, there are brief acknowledgements that other songs were technically released — he’s especially partial to Cardi B and Shawn Mendes — but nothing really rattled the cultural eardrum like this one song. And that track, course, is Timothée Chalamet’s […]

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