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Welcome Back, Barbarino

Here's a movie I would LOVE to see!


Welcome Back Kotter was one of my favorite TV shows from the 70s and it was the show that gave John Travolta his first big break as Vinny Barbarino, the leader of gang of students in a Brooklyn High School.

The premise of the show was simple. Gabe Kotter, who was a founding member of a gang of students known as the "Sweat Hogs", returns to his old high school as a teacher where he becomes a mentor to a new generation of Sweat Hogs.

His old teacher is now the assistant principal, and he still thinks of Kotter as a thug.

With all the movie and TV reboots, I think it's time we see Welcome Back Kotter go full circle and see another sweathog return to the school as a teacher to mentor a new generation of Sweat Hogs.

Naturally, the movie... [More]

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Better Car USB Ports

Most of today's cars have USB ports. They just need better locations.


Since most of the devices people use are placed ABOVE the dashboard, why are most of the USB ports located at the bottom of the dash? That means the wires end up dangling across the dash.

What car makers need to do is add some additional ports above the dash, such as above the windshield of behind the rear view mirror.

Some Doctors and Nurses Set a BAD Example

Why do so many doctors and nurses smoke?


Cracker Jack is MISSING Something!

Candy with prizes inside are a worldwide sensation, but the people who make Cracker Jack don't realize it.


Every day, millions of people watch videos of people opening up "Surprise Eggs", which are chocolate eggs with a prize inside. Apparently kids today love the thrill of watching people open them up and seeing what's inside. I'm not sure how the craze started, but they're extremely hot these days.

Finding a prize inside is nothing new to the makers of Cracker Jack; they've been doing it for over 100 years, in fact when you say the name Cracker Jack, the first thing that comes to your mind is the prize inside. It's as iconic as the sailor on the front of the package, but the prizes inside today's Cracker Jack packages are pretty lame. Instead of the variety of trinkets t... [More]

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Uncertainty is GREAT for Ideas

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Why We Should ELIMINATE Open Primaries

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Pondering Self-Driving Cars

Self-Driving Cars are no longer science fiction. Here's a few things to think about.


When I first heard that Google was working on self-driving cars, I thought it was nothing more than an experiment. After all, who would trust a computer to drive them from place to place? As it turns out, they were not only serious, but just about every technology and car company is rushing to get their self-driving cars to market within the next couple of years. Clearly, Self-Driving cars are more than an experiment.

As I write this in June of 2017, every major car maker has at least SOME self-driving capabilities in their latest models. At the low end, cars today can warn you of obstacles or unsafe driving and in many cases they're programmed to automatically apply the brakes or even ta... [More]

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Just because something says it's Essential, doesn't mean it is.


Have you noticed how many products claim to have "Essential" ingredients? Unfortunately, a lot those Essential Ingredients aren't actually... Essential. Let me explain.

When it comes to packaging, the term "Essential" has several meanings, depending on the product, but for the most part, we can break it down two ways. In the context of vitamins, an Essential Vitamin is a vitamin that your body needs to get directly from food and/or supplements, because it's not something it can "manufacture" on it's own.

For example, although Vitamin D3 is a vitamin that is essential to your health, it's not considered an "Essential Vitamin" because your body can actually manufacture it from other nutrients. In the case of... [More]

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We Need More Phony People

They say smiles are contagious, so are frowns.


Being yourself is overrated. The trouble is, a lot of people are are miserable pricks, so I posted a video a while back where I said anyone who's a miserable prick should consider being somebody else. There's a little more behind that message, so I thought I'd try to expand on it a bit.

The main point is that nobody likes a miserable prick, so I'd rather see a miserable prick being phony by acting nice, than to see a miserable prick who's acting like a miserable prick. Doesn't that make sense?

The second point is that smiles are just as contagious as frowns. So if more people put on a smile (even if it's a fake one), it improves the mood of everyone around them. So as more people smile, rather than frown, they're actually h... [More]

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Siri and Alexa are NOT Women!

Why did Amazon and Apple give their virtual assistants female names? They're NOT women!


One of the strangest things about Amazon's Alexa, and Apple's Siri was their decisions to give them female names. Why would they do that? They're just software programs, so they don't actually have ANY gender... so why choose female?

Clearly, both companies just wanted to "humanize" their products by giving them human names, but didn't they consider the fact that you can change the voice to either gender? It seems strange enough having a conversation with computer. Having that conversation with a device that speaks like a man, but answers to a female name is just plain stupid.

To make matters worse, Amazon not only picked a female name, but they decided to use Alexa, a very common nam... [More]

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Spamalot, The Movie

They need to make a Spamalot Movie!


Monty Python and The Holy Grail is one of the funniest movies of all time. It was an instant cult classic and 30 years later, it became the inspiration for Spamalot, the hit Broadway musical. It featured dozens of original songs that weren't in the original movie and it was a huge hit on Broadway. It even won the Tony Award for Best New Musical, yet over 12 years later, it's never been made into a movie.

Some of you may be saying, "If Spamalot is based on Holy Grail, why make a new movie?", but that's missing the point. There's a long history of Broadway Musicals based on movies, which were later made into movies... that were based on the musical.

For example, Mel Brooks's 1968 movie The Producers was made into a Broadway Musical, then... [More]

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Can Waze CAUSE Traffic Jams?

I HATE traffic reports.


To me, traffic reports are a complete waste of time. It doesn't matter whether it's on the radio, a GPS, or a mobile App like Waze. They simply don't save me any time when deciding whether to take an alternate route. If anything, they can make it worse.

I'll admit the concept is absolutely brilliant, but most of the time the information is too late to be useful and only serves to move a traffic jam from one place to another. When that happens, chances are you'll still end up in traffic, albeit in a new place.

If you came to a fork in the road where going right or left will take you the same place, in the same amount in time, but found out that there was a 30 minute traffic jam on the left side, what would you do? Assuming you were the only pers... [More]

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Power Cords 101

Are you using the right power cords?


Choosing the right power cord is something many people take for granted. After all, if your tools turn on when you plug them in, doesn't that mean it's okay? Not quite.

Here's what you need to know. Some power tools require a lot of power, and although they'll turn on using just about any cord, that doesn't mean it's a good fit.

When you use an extension cord that's too thin, it puts a strain on the cord itself. As it heats up, it's not only a safety hazard, but your tools won't work right. This is especially true of tools like drills, vacuum cleaners, lawn mowers, and just about anything with a motor because the motors won't spin as fast as they should.

Keep in mind, length is another huge factor. The longer the extension cor... [More]

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Forgetting Unforgettable Ideas

If something's unforgettable... how can you forget it?


Great ideas can come to you at any time, day or night. That's why I make it a point to write them down as soon as possible, ESPECIALLY when I think they're so obvious that I'll never forget them, because time after time, those are the ones I definitely forget.

Writing down your ideas not only insures you won't forget them, but it also frees your mind to relax and focus on other things, which makes you more productive as a whole.

Read Books On The Ceiling. Why Not?

Wouldn't it be great if you could read books in bed... hands free?


The idea is simple. Anyone who loves to read books in bed knows you've got to make some trade-offs. You can't lay flat, because you can't see the book unless you hold it up the whole time, and that's way too uncomfortable because the blood rushes down your arms. If you sit up, it's easier to hold the book, but you're not as comfortable as you would be if you could lay flat.

The simple solution is a book projector that projects your book on the ceiling, so that you can lay flat on your bed and not have to hold your book above your head. There are some details that would need to be worked out, like a way to change pages by clicking a remote, snapping your fingers or using voice commands, but essentially it's... [More]

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The Biggest Cliche in Hollywood

Why does EVERY action movie have this cliche?


Just about every action movie I've ever seen ends the same way. The good guys finally beat the bad guys, and as they walk away, somehow the bad guys seem to wake from the dead to attack them one last time. The cliche is used so often that I EXPECT it from every action movie.

Not only is it a cliche, but it's just plain stupid. If you've spent all that time trying to beat the bad guy, why would you walk away without making sure they're really dead? I think writers today have lost all their originality.

You want to see a real twist at the end? Here's something that would surprise audiences even more. The good guy beats the bad guy, and walks into the sunset. The end.

Now THAT'S original.

Crowds at every other sport are loud and energetic.


One of the most remarkable things about tennis and golf is that although they both attract large crowds, you can hear a pin drop while the game is in play. Why is that?

I realize the players feel it's distracting, but you can just as easily say the same thing about just about every other sport, yet those players are actually energized by the sound of the crowd. In fact, it's very common to see a crowd not only boo and shout at baseball games, but they even wave objects specifically to distract the opposing pitcher, yet when somebody sneezes at a tennis match, everyone, including the players will stop what they're doing to try to find out who did it. If the sneezing continues, they'll probably ask you to leave.

It's abou... [More]

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Movies Shouldn't Use 555 Phone Numbers

Nothing breaks the spell of a movie more than a 555 phone number.


Great movies can take you away to another time and place, and for a little while, you think you're right there with the stars, until somebody in the movie mentions a phone number, and it starts with 555. What an uncreative way to give out a phone number and break the spell.

I just don't get it. By now, everyone knows that 555 is a fake phone number, so when I hear them use it in the middle of a movie, it immediately reminds me it's just a movie, no matter how realistic the movie is.

I realize they're just trying to avoid giving out somebody's real phone number, but there are so many other options that are more creative than 555. For example, why not use letters, like they used to do with old phone numbers.... [More]

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Social Media and Politics Don't Mix

When was the last time somebody changed your mind with a political Facebook post?


It seems to me that the majority of social media posts these days are political. Meanwhile, after hundreds of millions of political posts, I don't think a single person has ever been persuaded to change their mind, so why bother?

Chances are, at least 50% of your friends and family disagree with your political position, which means that every time you post something on Facebook, you're either preaching to the choir, or pissing people off. There is no middle ground. Anyone who already agrees with you will simply nod their head and click the like button, and the other half will just think less of you. You simply can't win.

Why not go back to the way thing were? The old days of social media... [More]

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The Fastest Way to Sort Anything

Divide and Conquer, like a programmer.


If I gave you a deck of cards and asked you to sort them from low to high card, how would you do it? Most non-programmers fan out the cards and proceed to move cards forward and back until things finally come together. While that will get the job done, it's not the fastest way to do it.

What programmers do is try to split whatever we're trying to sort into smaller sections, then sort each section one by one, and finally merge the sections at the end. For example, by splitting a deck of cards into two piles of 26, or 4 piles of 13, each of the piles will take a fraction of the time to sort because you'll be doing fewer comparisons to determine the positions of each individual card.

Merging the piles at the end is a breeze... it's sor... [More]

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The Radish and Cookie Test

Can you run out of willpower? Scientists say yes.


A few years ago, a team of scientist led by Roy Baumeister did a study to determine if willpower was something that was finite, or inexhaustible.

They took two groups of people for the study. Both groups were given a plate of radishes and a plate of cookies. The first group was told they could eat all the radishes they wanted, but they were not allowed to eat the cookies. The second group was told they could eat whatever they wanted without limits.

After a while, the groups were given a series of unsolvable math problems and told they could give up whenever they wanted. The group that had no restrictions spent an average of 20 minutes before giving up, but the group that had to use their willpower to keep from eating the... [More]

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