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The Hollywood writers and producers can’t understand why nobody is interested in seeing their sit-coms anymore on TV? Well, did it ever occur to them that some of the stuff is not all that funny anymore? The film industry’s comedy films will also be getting killed at the box office. What happened? No, what actually happened?

Bear in mind the audience is always right, if they do not enjoy it, it just ai not that great. And,’if and when’ they do not like it, they sure as hell do not need to cover it, or invest their precious time listening or viewing it on TV.

Then, there was an intriguing in article from the Wall Street Journal recently titled;”Comedy Slump Not a Laughing Matter,” by Ben Fritz printed on June 26, 2018 which said:”Last year’s most successful comedy,”Girl’s Trip,” took in $117 million in the united states and Canada. The last time that the year’s highest grossing comedy grossed so modest was 1995, when ticket prices were 52 percent less on average.”

The article also said:”Conventional comedies are fighting for oxygen in the box office, captured between superhero sequels that incorporate laughs and a huge buffet of stand-up specials, sitcoms, amateur pranks and first movies on electronic services such as Netflix and YouTube.”

What I, as a movie critic author, have noticed, is that each and every sit-com appears to brush up against the PC culture and quickly back-away, and assault the politically expedient right-side of the equation. Maybe this is because the humor writers all live and work in places where most everybody has left-leaning political perspectives, and they assume it is funny to everybody, and that if anybody does not like the jokes, then they’re dumb, or out of touch with reality.

Perhaps, it is this feedback loop that has been tagged; the’Echo Chamber’ in which conformational bias happens. Indeed, it barely matters what it is called or why it keeps happening if nobody in Hollywood, late-night humor notices, since now that crowds are split in half and each series is catering to the exact same half of the rest of the market, nobody is making any money, and audiences, yes, even on the left are becoming bored with all of it; it is simply not funny anymore. And despite popular belief in NYC, LA and DC, our president doesn’t bathe in Cheetos dust.

 

Even on Some Weird Wagers

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It is commonly known that Vegas is the place where you can legally wager on just about anything, given the books provide the proposal bet(s). Gamblers like to put their money on bizarre wagers, particularly around Super Bowl time. Now that the Supreme Court has overturned the ban on sports gambling, we just might see more uncanny bets being offered in countries that bid for sports publications. Weird wagers aren’t unique to Vegas.

Here’s a collection of some of the most bizarre, weirdest, wackiest wagers ever produced:

1979: The late Jackie Gaughn, owner of the El Cortez hotel in downtown Vegas, posted chances when the faltering U.S. satellite Skylab, was going to crash into earth. The chances were set upon where it would crash: 5/1 for one of the five oceans, 12/1 to the Soviet Union, 100/1 on California soil, 2,000/1 to get a hit in miniature Rhode Island, as well as 10,000/1 that it would crash in the El Cortez! Turns out it landed in Australia in 30/1.
1980: From the popular TV series Dallas: “Who shot JR?” Wagers were shot at the Castaways Hotel with chances on every cast member before the season ending cliff hanger event, but the Gambling Control Board ordered a stop to all gambling because someone needed to have a script which understood the answer.
1981: Amidst the continuing controversy over the murder of President John F. Kennedy, the tomb of alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was going to be exhumed to confirm identity. The sports book in the Union Plaza was quick to leap on the proposal bandwagon on whose body will be in the coffin. Because of concerns about the merit of such a bet, the gambling commission put a lid on it.
In the united kingdom, it was 500/1 the FBI will affirm that Elvis is still alive and yet another 500/1 which Michael and LaToya Jackson are one in the same.
UK bookmakers also provided 1,000/1 that Tiger Woods would become President of the US and 5,000/1 which Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky would wed.
A London resident called Matthew Drumbell put a 1,000,000/1 bet that the world would end before the year 2000. Naturally, who would be left to cover him if he lived?
During Super Bowl week at Vegas $ millions are tossed across the gambling terminals to bet on one’s favorite group, and some bizarre bets also.
· Will singer Kelly Clarkston omit or wreck one or more words in the National Anthem? Will her bare stomach be revealing when she sings ?

· If Quarterback Tom Brady’s son is shown on TV during the game, will he be wearing a Tom Brady Jersey?

· How many times will Patriots owner Robert Kraft be shown on TV during the match?

· What are the first touchdown celebration? A ball spike, a dancing, lay on the floor, a goalpost dip, a Tim Tebow kneel, or kiss a cheerleader?

· What colour Gatorade will be dumped on the winning team’s head coach? Orange, orange, clear, red, blue, green? (Yellow was favored.)

· Who will the Super Bowl MVP thank in his post-game interview? Teammates, God, Owner, Coach, Family, No one? (Teammates were the favored.)

So, there you have it. I wonder what bizarre wagers await us for following Super Bowl? I guess we’ll only have to wait to learn.

Animation Trends

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The chief reason for program developers to continuously nurture techniques for integrating brilliant animated effects in the programs is holding back the interest of customers. A bit tedious role in development, developers do not ever shrink away from the idea of animation due to the captivating experience they could provide to the users.

While there are several ways to indulge animations within a program’s user interface and that is the concern of the programmers, here we have clarified how including animations will redefine your program’s interface and make it far more interesting to use.

It makes your program interface a lively thing

With animations, users receive a fun-filled lively encounter while walking across the program. Even if point arrives where some data must load from the server and users don’t have a thing to do, there is things moving in the background. This gives an assurance they’re not in a deadlock situation, but the procedure is ongoing.

For users, waiting for a purpose is no more annoying

Whatever your program offers or how thrilling it is, most despise the notion of waiting too long for a page to look. Moreover, that provides a frozen look to the program while the page loads and leaves the users impatient. Despite the fact that the wait time at the juncture of this program, such cartoon keep the eye hooked at least for some more time.

Users mostly find perplexed while moving to various locations in the app by themselves. At the very first use, they aren’t sure whether they’re moving in the perfect way. Now, animated objects can direct them and prevent any incorrect clicks while scrolling abruptly.

Motion pictures, animated icons and images can properly intercept the user’s next move and supply them directions in an interactive manner. Advantages of interactive animations for navigation are seamless transition from 1 location to location and establishing a hierarchy visually that one stage has a link to other.

Replies with visuals render a long-lasting impression

Once an app responds to a user’s input with a few visual element, it appears to provide a human touch. The users receive a feel-good experience with this kind of feedback as they translate to have some control over the program. There are different methods to put animations and a vital way is to earn the buttons respond in some way or another whenever one taps.

So, a small effort by developers to provide a bit of animation in a program will do good and increase the in-app experience of consumers.