The Perfect Office Chair Is Out There
Right? It must be. Here’s why we haven’t found it.
How Do You Get Robots To Dance In Unison to the Song Thriller?
One word: Bacteria. Why didn’t I think of that?
Proof That Even Really Old Drama Sells
This week a History Channel miniseries based on the famous Hatfield-McCoy rivalry became the “No. 1 non-sports telecast in ad-supported cable television history”. Here are a few other famous family feuds that the channel might want to serialize next.
Cocaine Psychosis Defined
The term has been bandied about a lot this week in relation to the horrific cannibalistic attack that took place in Florida. So, what exactly is it?
Where Do You See Yourself In Five Years?
Oh good God I hope it’s Aogashima.
Talking With Mr. Belding: What Would You Ask?
After I recently started following Dennis Haskins (AKA Richard “Big Bopper” Belding) on Twitter, I got the bright idea that I would start asking him if I could interview him for this site.
I’ve spent more hours than I care to divulge watching Saved By the Bell, so having the chance to speak directly with Haskins would be great.
Luckily, after only a handful of tweets and one long Facebook plea, I got the following reply from him today:
I’ve already reached out to his management company and hope to get something set up soon.
So now I just need to know what to ask. That’s where you come into play. I know there are a huge number of SBTB fans out there, and I’d like to know what you’d like to ask Mr. Belding. The questions can be related to The Bell (When you’ve spent as much time with the show as I have, you get to call it that) or any other part of his career, such as his campaign to get on Dancing With the Stars, his ventures into professional wrestling, his Karaoke album.
Throw your questions in the comments below, email them to me (firstname.lastname@example.org), or go on Twitter and use the hashtag #BeldingFloss to submit them. With any luck we’ll be getting the inside scoop on The Max before you know it.