Pianist Brandon Ethridge, who we've covered before, is known for his "mini-musicals" – real, usually political video clips that he comically enhances with a piano accompaniment without altering the original audio (such as the Marjorie Taylor Greene propaganda below). But he strays from politics with this latest ditty that turns a depressing Humira ad into a frolicsome boy-saves-romance vignette. Funny as always.
After the CPAC singer murdered the National Anthem, pianist Brandon Ethridge brought the dead back to life by accompanying the song in the key of F, F#, G, and G –. Now it actually sounds pretty good! READ THE REST
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If you want to change the look and feel of a room, there's one immediate upgrade that can shift the entire vibe almost instantly. A new lamp, preferably one with some personality and maybe even some smart-enhanced versatility, can be an insta-game-changer, assuming you make the right choice, that is. It isn't always easy finding… READ THE REST
Microsoft Excel is one of those programs everyone has used at one time or another. In fact, 750 million people, almost 10 percent of the global population, has noodled around with Excel's spreadsheets, cells, and pivot tables before. But while 750 million people may have engaged with Excel, that doesn't mean 750 million people are… READ THE REST