ABC vs Ultravox: Award for the best trench-coat worn by a male singer in a 1980s video

The 1980s are known for big hair, pastel clothing and lots of partying. Yet hardly anyone knows about the 80s penchant for trench coats in music videos.

Now I don’t mind a trench coat, particularly if it’s lemon-colored and tied at the waist in the style of a 1940s movie gangster….

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Is David Icke a genius or a crackpot?

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David Icke, former British footballer and sport journalist, is either a genius or a crackpot. And plenty of people think he’s the latter.

The media lampoons him mercilessly and it’s fair to say he often brings it on himself when he proclaims, for example, that he is Jesus reincarnated.
Icke is a…

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When the Hunger Games became the Met Gala

When the Hunger Games became the Met Gala

The Hunger Games is a successful movie franchise based on the popular book trilogy written by Suzanne Collins.

The story is set hundreds of years from now in a dystopian future where teenagers from poor districts are forced to kill one another in a ruthless tournament called The Hunger Games.

These…

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How the Mitford sisters and the Kardashians reflect their times

How the Mitford sisters and the Kardashians reflect their times

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nWClSv8TlI

The Mitford sisters were wealthy aristocrats from a quirky 20th century English family.

The Kardashian/Jenner sisters are wealthy American celebrities from a quirky 21st century American family.

Despite the gaps in time and geographical proximity, these two families define their times.

The Kardashians reflect an era defined by an insatiable quest…

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Neuromarketing: How advertisers fool your brain

Neuromarketing: How advertisers fool your brain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q66ufQIGZo

What is neuromarketing?

Neuromarketing uses the latest neuroscience discoveries to set prices the brain likes and to design advertisements. products, and retail environments that maximally appeal to our senses and emotions.

How does it work?

Neuromarketing targets the subconscious brain.

The subconscious is a somewhat mysterious part of the brain that influences our attitudes,…

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What's popular on Midlifexpress?

What’s popular on Midlifexpress?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiVK41FBq2E

Taylor Kitsch is very popular on Midlifexpress this week.
Taylor Kitsch: What happened to your career? asks why the actor, despite his smouldering good looks and ripped physique, is unable to crack the Hollywood A list.
A follow up story comparing Taylor’s movie choices and Eric Bana’s woeful string of flops, also…

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Pennywise vs The Joker for best killer clown

https://youtu.be/VlLgcczEDTU

Coulrophobia is an irrational fear of clowns.

With the release of IT Chapter 2 and The Joker over the past few weeks it is not hard to see why some people really hate clowns.

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The best breakup songs: Abba vs Fleetwood Mac

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You’d think pop darlings ABBA would have little in common with American rockers Fleetwood Mac.

Abba was a four-piece Swedish pop sensation that featured two stunning women on lead vocals and their songwriting husbands who played all the instruments. They split in 1982.

Fleetwood Mac, on the other hand, is a five-piece…

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