Statements about Pop Culture

A "regulatory thing" means you can’t show someone drinking beer on camera.

"The music industry is the biggest export from Africa after oil and gas."

"Literally, by the time a child is 18 years of age, they've killed over 100,000 people in video games and other online things."

"For the first time in history, (Thor’s) hammer is being held by a woman."

Says Michelle Obama waved "red communist flags" on her trip to China.

Richmond is "the most vegan-friendly city."

The No. 2 owner of Fox News is Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, who said, "A strong American Government is not good for us."

The very first meal on the surface of the moon was the Holy Communion.

I have the most Grammys of anyone my age, but I haven't won one against a white person.

"In Providence, R.I., it's illegal to sell toothpaste and a toothbrush to the same customer on a Sunday."

Paula Deen supported and campaigned for Barack Obama.

Says Texas state funds were spent on "a TV series on spouses cheating on their wives, kind of glorifying the act of cheating."

"The National Science Foundation spent $1.2 million paying seniors to play World of Warcraft to study the impact it had on their brain."

"We’ve outdrawn the Super Bowl for a little while now in the arenas and stadiums that we’ve followed them in for the Super Bowl. We’ve gone in after [the NFL] and surpassed their ticket sales."

Says Bruce Springsteen played in 1975 at Seton Hall University in South Orange at Walsh gym.

Says it's not "accidental" that the villain in the Batman movie is named Bane.

"Under current law, if you go on a dating website and you say you're 32 and you're actually 42, you've committed a misdemeanor."

"Richard Hayne, president and CEO of Urban Outfitters … (is) a supporter of Rick Santorum and donated over $13,000 to him."

"The U.S. Census believes that by 2030 the majority of Americans will use Spanish as their first language."

Tampa is "the strip club capital of the world."

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