Having your picture taken and taking a picture both require a certain degree of concentration. So when you're taking a "selfie" (and performing both of these tasks at once) you tend to be pretty oblivious to anything else going on around you.
'Survivor' was a smash hit when it launched in the summer of 2000. Richard Hatch, Kelly Wiglesworth, Rudy Boesch and the rest all became household names and the show's first finale drew over 50 million domestic viewers.
While 'Survivor' isn't quite the cultural phenomenon it was over a decade ago, the most successful reality show in TV history is still going strong and may well be on TV for another decade more.
Perma-kitten Lil Bub took the internet by storm last summer. Since then the feline, who has a bone condition which leaves her paws deformed and her mouth open and will stay small because she's a dwarf, has been viewed millions of times on YouTube and is a force on Facebook and Twitter.
On July 7, 1999, Dave Whipple bought a McDonald's hamburger. The Utah man didn't intend to eat it, but instead he wanted to prove that the burger was so pumped full of preservatives that it would look the same after a month.
It's hard to imagine 'New Girl' star Zooey Deschanel as anything besides a wide-eyed, manic-pixie dream girl who just wants to spread good vibes and quirkiness.
Which is why folks in Dallas must've been a bit confused on Friday when the local Fox affiliate fingered Deschanel as a suspect in last week's tragic Boston Marathon bombing. "He is 19 year old Zoey Deschanel," read the caption, which was meant to refer to the now captured Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev.
A.J. Clemente's first day at his new job couldn't have gone any worse. The new weekend news anchor for KFYR, the NBC affiliate in Bismarck, North Dakota, managed to kick off his on-air career with a live mic gaffe consisting of two of the seven dirty words which George Carlin famously explained you can never say on television.
To say 'The Cosby Show' was a hit would be an understatement. It dominated ratings during its run between 1984 and 1992 and laid the groundwork for other sitcoms based on the acts of comedians, such as 'Seinfeld,' 'Home Improvement' and 'Everybody Loves Raymond.'
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