Yes, only in Ameria can an athlete or team cheat and win a championship. The message that is sold to our youth is that cheaters will get fined and suspended, but cheating still counts when winning the whole thing. This is wrong at so many levels! American leagues should start punishing athletes and teams that get caught cheating with the ultimate punishment. That ultimate punishment should be to strip all of their trophies away. Does it happen? Nope! Only measly fines and weak suspension get handed out.
Yes, Jimi Hendrix lost the original studio mixtape that was going to be used for one of his albums. The album was the second one that he recorded in London with his band The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Hendrix lost the tape inside a cab after a long day of work at the studio. Fortunately for the band, it was only the first side of the album, but it was lost.
My experience with Knockerball USA as an affiliate was not very good. Yes, the idea of making the business of bubble soccer flourish sounds quite fun. However, the idea is not as ideal as the company sells it to be. It is a low budget business, as far as starting it, but it will drain your pockets if the person does not get on it right away.
The 90s was a huge decade for rock music. Most of its epic bands that rocked that decade are still being played on mainstream radio with modern rock. Yes, a lot of the epic tunes that were born in the 90s are still being heard through the airwaves throughout the world as if the songs were just released like they were back in that manic decade. That is how good the 90s had it with rock music!
Apparently, there is a game in which one can take an elevator to another dimension. It is a dare game in which it is mostly known as “The Elevator Game”, and it is considered to be one of the most dangerous dare games out there for people to play. It is believed that this dare has originated from some Korean website. As far as how old the game is, no one knows. At least, no one has posted anything about how old the game is so far anywhere.
Yes, I have been working with the rideshare industry for about four years now. Sadly, most customers do not tip at all. The percentage of tippers falls to about 10 to 20 percent on a weekly basis. This is very low considering a country that was built on tipping for many services. What changed the game? This is simple! People are just straight up cheap!