90s

We All Remember That It Wasn't Him, But What Is Shaggy Up To Now?

He was the one and only Mr. Bombastic, and he managed to completely sweep the nation with his reggae style that we all loved, but where did Shaggy end up after the early 2000s? Well, first let's take a look at where he started.Shaggy was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and his real name is actually Orville Richard Burrell. He was raised by a single mother, and at 18 years old, they ended up moving to Brooklyn, New York. It was then that he decided to join the U.S. Marine Corps, which stationed him in North Carolina. AlchetronHe spent

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'Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind' Deleted Scenes Will Change Your Opinion Of The Entire Movie

In a world littered with mediocre movies, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind has filled a void only a heartwrenching, bittersweet dramedy can.Known as one of the most remarkable films of the 21st century, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind tells the story of two lovers who have erased each other from their memories, only to rediscover their passion for one another.Soft-spoken Joel Barish (Jim Carrey) and eccentric free-spirit Clementine Kruczynski (Kate Winslet) play an estranged pair who at the end (spoilers) decide to give their relationship another chance, despite the staggering odds playing against.However, our perspective

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15 Songs Turning 15 That Will Make You Realize 2002 Was The Most Iconic Year In Music

As much as we like to joke about how awful the early 2000s could be, one thing that definitely wasn't awful during that time was the music. While there are plenty of songs from that time that have sadly been forgotten, there are others that, love 'em or hate 'em, will forever be burned into our memories. You definitely still remember all the words to these songs, but you definitely forgot that they all came out in the same year. So here's to 2002, the year we all forgot was actually unforgettable. There's even a Spotify playlist at the end

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10 Things About "Friday Night Lights" That Will Leave You With Clear Eyes and A Full Heart

Friday Night Lights was one of the most criminally underrated shows on television. It wasn't until it got cancelled that we all started to appreciate the magic the Dillon Panthers brought us. Smash Williams, Jason Street, Tim Riggins, and Matt Saracen all gave us a love of football, even if we never thought it possible. Plus, Tami Taylor is the guidance counselor we all needed but never got. Here are some things about Friday Night Lights that will leave you screaming "CLEAR EYES, FULL HEARTS, CAN'T LOSE!"1. Life Imitating ArtPop SugarTim Riggins lead a troubled life and even found

Pop Culture

15 Movies From The Early 2000s That Still Make Us Grab The Popcorn

We were all under the impression that the world would end at the turn of the century. Luckily it didn't, or else we would've missed all these great films. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneThe first movie of the Harry Potter franchise was a huge box office success, generating almost one billion dollars worldwide! This fantasy, action story is packed with compelling characters and an exciting storyline. PopBuzzCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryAlthough it's a remake of the beloved Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971), it's arguably the better one. A fantasy like this requires quality effects that were not