This past Monday, CBS' hugely popular sitcom, "How I Met Your Mother" came to a conclusion. Within minutes, whether you were a fan of the show or not, if you were anywhere near social media, you knew the big "reveal".
Every single day we hear people that we've heard dozens, if not hundreds of times before without even realizing it. There are a handful of voiceover artists who have been doing what they do for decades, mostly anonymously. A few days ago, we lost one of the giants in the business.
In this electronic age, more and more children have televisions in their bedrooms. However, a new study in JAMA Pediatrics found that 60 percent of children ages 10 to 14 had televisions in their bedrooms and of those children, researchers found that they had gained nearly an extra pound per year over a four-year period.
The commercials during the Super Bowl this year may not have been as entertaining and laugh out loud funny as past years (but let's be honest, the game wasn't all that entertaining either). But I thought that this commercial was a total winner. Take a look:
What would you do if you were out during a huge snow storm and saw a TV reporter doing a live report right in front of you? In this guy's defense, at least he didn't do anything obscene. Take a look at what happened in Belmar earlier this week:
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