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2079584 Universe City : i need to find my fricking nail cutter
2079585 Jdawg78 : So I ended this week working 44.75 hours.
2079586 Jdawg78 : Not too shabby.
2079587 Universe City : so i take it you can afford your rent working full time at dollar general
2079588 Jdawg78 : Not sure. LOL
2079590 Jdawg78 : I'm kind of broke...
2079592 Universe City : i wonder if there was ever a "harlem globetrotter" comic book
2079593 Universe City : lemme google it
2079594 Jdawg78 : I need to check on my cat.
2079596 Universe City : that almost made me laugh
2079597 Universe City : yup there were
2079598 Jdawg78 : She's a Ghostbuster now.
2079599 Universe City : www.google.com/search
2079600 Universe City : God is your co-worker now...
2079601 Universe City : :D
2079602 Jdawg78 : Idea for a prompt.
2079604 Jdawg78 : cdn.discordapp.com/attach...
2079606 Universe City : When the Coca-Cola Company owned Columbia Pictures they put out "The Ghostbusters" and "The Karate Kid"
2079607 Universe City : :D
2079608 Universe City : "Hanna Barbera" comics: www.google.com/search
2079609 Universe City : im probably going to log off at 12
2079610 Universe City : im getting sleepy and my face is starting to hurt
2079611 Universe City : and it's putting me in a bad mood
2079612 Universe City : someone needs to make an OFFICIAL "Hanna Barbera/Cartoon Network" documentary
2079613 Universe City : The Flintstones premiered in prime time on ABC in 1960, loosely based on The Honeymooners and set in a fictionalized Stone Age of cavemen and dinosaurs. Jackie Gleason considered suing Hanna-Barbera for copyright infringement, but decided not to because he did not want to be known as "the man who yanked Fred Flintstone off the air".
2079614 Universe City : *"
2079615 Universe City : The series ran for six seasons, becoming the longest-running animated show in American prime time at the time (until The Simpsons beat it in 1997), a ratings and merchandising success and the top-ranking animated program in syndication history.
2079616 Universe City : It initially received mixed reviews from critics, but its reputation eventually improved and it is now considered a classic."
2079617 Universe City : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Han...
2079618 Jdawg78 : Didn't realize Pee Wee was in cheech and Chong movies.
2079619 Universe City : Frankie Avalon one of the first teen pop stars in history back in the 1950s made his tv debut on "The Honeymooner"
2079620 Universe City : A TEEN POP STAR IN THE 1950s!
2079621 Universe City : www.youtube.com/watch
2079622 Universe City : "Francis Thomas Avallone (born September 18, 1940), better known as Frankie Avalon, is an American actor, singer, and former teen idol.
2079623 Universe City : In December 1952, Avalon made his American network television debut playing the trumpet in the Honeymooners "Christmas Party" sketch on The Jackie Gleason Show."
2079624 Universe City : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fra...
2079625 Universe City : He was also in the first "Grease" movie
2079626 Universe City : www.youtube.com/watch
2079627 Universe City : He's the singer
2079628 Universe City : www.youtube.com/watch
2079629 Universe City : that's a better quality one
2079631 Jdawg78 : Wow, Twisted Sister with a mariachi band.
2079632 Jdawg78 : youtu.be/awVXge96CXQ
2079634 Universe City : He had 31 charting U.S. Billboard singles from 1958 to late 1962, including number one hits, "Venus" and "Why" in 1959.
2079635 Universe City : Avalon started appearing in films in the 1960s and is also well known for his role in the 1970s musical film Grease as Teen Angel, in which he sings "Beauty School Dropout" to Frenchy, who was played by Didi Conn."
2079636 Universe City : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fra...
2079637 Universe City : So if he was born in 1940, made his "American network television debut" in 1952 that means he was just 12 years old.
2079638 Universe City : ""Venus" is a song written by Ed Marshall. The most successful and best-known recording of the track was by Frankie Avalon and released in 1959, when it reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
2079639 Universe City : "In December 1952, Avalon made his American network television debut playing the trumpet in the Honeymooners "Christmas Party" sketch on The Jackie Gleason Show. Two singles showcasing Avalon's trumpet playing were issued on RCA Victor's X sublabel in 1954. His trumpet playing was also featured on some of his LP songs as well. As a teenager, he played with Bobby Rydell in Rocco and the Saints.
2079640 Universe City : I'm trying to see what year he released his first single
2079641 Jdawg78 : Now my TV connects to internet.
2079642 Universe City : wtf why is this so hard to find
2079643 Universe City : okay so the earliest i could find is "You Excite Me" released in 1958
2079644 Universe City : so he released his first single when he was 18 years old
2079645 Universe City : in 1958
2079646 Universe City : !
2079647 Universe City : I asked Google Bard how much the "teen pop star industry" has made because it says it started in the 1950's and mentions that Frankie Avalon was one of the first in history
2079648 Universe City : and it says: "The teen pop industry has made over $100 billion since its start in the 1950s. It is difficult to estimate the exact amount of money that has been made, but it is estimated to be in the hundreds of billions of dollars."
2079649 Universe City : It says: "However, it is difficult to say definitively that teen pop started with Frankie Avalon. There were other artists who were also popular with teenagers in the 1950s, such as Bobby Darin and Paul Anka. It is likely that teen pop music developed over time, with Frankie Avalon being one of the key figures in its early development."
2079650 Universe City : "According to a 2018 report by the music industry trade organization IFPI, the global teen pop market was worth $35.6 billion in 2017. This is expected to grow to $42.6 billion by 2023."
2079652 Universe City : It's crazy to think that people that were born as far back 1940s are still alive
2079653 Universe City : *the
2079654 Universe City : are you there?
2079656 Jdawg78 : Sort of.
2079658 Jdawg78 : My arm is sore so I took some stuff to help it.
2079660 Universe City : my face doesn't hurt as much anymore
2079661 Universe City : but it is 12 AM
2079662 Jdawg78 : Time is flying by.
2079664 Jdawg78 : I didn't even log onto GTA yet.
2079665 Universe City : jaja "yet"?
2079666 Jdawg78 : I'll probably do that tomorrow.
2079668 Universe City : i might watch "spy kids 2" when i log off
2079669 Universe City : suddenly im not so sleepy anymore
2079670 Universe City : what did you say your favorite movie was?
2079671 Jdawg78 : I don't know. I have a few.
2079672 Universe City : ahh..
2079673 Universe City : mine is "The Matrix"
2079674 Universe City : :D
2079675 Jdawg78 : I'm going to head out now. Buenas noches!
2079676 Universe City : all right see ya
2079677 Universe City : good night
2079680 Jdawg78 : Buen dia!
2079681 Macuahuitl : ‹@Jdawg78› hola!
2079682 Macuahuitl : ive been here for 3 hours
2079683 Macuahuitl : Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are really going to fight
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