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  1. Darth Sidious

    I've just been looking at the metrics for the rest of the Top 10. It would take someone like Mick Jagger dropping dead tomorrow to even rearrange the trajectory of the Top 10. There's nothing stopping it. This is surreal.
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    Given that there's two or three more weeks left in the holiday tracking season, I don't see much coming that could dislodge it. It's probably going to top itself for the biggest drop from #1 also, but that's neither here nor there, the point is that it happened, finally.
  3. Barring a major death, or an otherwise jarring surprise to the Hot 100, it appears that Mariah Carey is set to log a history making 19th #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 next week. Her timeless classic is one of the only modern additions to the classic holiday canon, and is among one of the most successful songs in the history of recorded music. Since the dawn of the streaming era, All I Want For Christmas Is You has made a habit of making an annual return to the Hot 100, and for the last three years has proceeded to top each successive year. When it peaked at #3 on the Hot 100 last year, speculation ran amuck over whether or not this year would be the year that the song crowned the chart and joined Mariah's expansive list of 18 Billboard Hot 100 #1 hits. As it happened, the song has matched it's peak from last year, and is set to sit atop the chart. With two weeks left in what is considered the holiday tracking season, and given the fact that All I Want For Christmas Is You has vaulted 11-1 on the Dec. 14-dated list with 35.1 million U.S. streams earned in the week ending Dec. 5 (earliest the song has ever reached No. 1 on Streaming Songs and the first time a holiday title has done so before the season is actually over), there is nothing in sight that can stop it. Its parent album, Merry Christmas, which is sitting at #9 on the Billboard 200, will likely vault into the Top 5 of that chart, and possibly hit the #1 spot. It will be a record breaking achievement for Mariah, with her breaking Elvis Presley's record for the most cumulative weeks at #1 on the Hot 100 Chart , and will make her second only The Beatles in Hot 100 #1 hits overall. It'll also put Mariah in a rare class of artists to take a past single to #1, and quite possibly the only living one to do so. Source
  4. 78 pounds of weed? I guess he was afraid he’d run out or some shit.
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    General News

    Nooooo 😢
  6. I don't hate her because she's fat, she's fat because I hate her.undefined 

     

  7. Darth Sidious

    I like Harry Styles personally, and I liked some of his songs, but I was never a big fan of this genre that he’s wedged himself in. Adore him, but not as much as I used to.
  8. I have to wonder if this is how he sees himself.
  9. As the weather grows colder, her power increases 👹
  10. I think they might be able to get it #1 this year, if my memory serves me correctly, this is the fastest rise it’s ever had.
  11. As Australia experiences record-breaking drought and bushfires, koala populations have dwindled along with their habitat, leaving them “functionally extinct.” The chairman of the Australian Koala Foundation, Deborah Tabart, estimates that over 1,000 koalas have been killed from the fires and that 80 percent of their habitat has been destroyed. Recent bushfires, along with prolonged drought and deforestation has led to koalas becoming “functionally extinct” according to experts. Functional extinction is when a population becomes so limited that they no longer play a significant role in their ecosystem and the population becomes no longer viable. While some individuals could produce, the limited number of koalas makes the long-term viability of the species unlikely and highly susceptible to disease. Deforestation and bushfires destroy the main nutrient source of koalas, the eucalyptus tree. An adult koala will eat up to 2 pounds of eucalyptus leaves per day as it’s main staple of nutrients. While eucalyptus plants will grow back after a fire, it will take months, leaving no suitable food source for koalas and starvation a likely scenario for many. Many are urging the Australian government to enact the Koala Protection Act, written in 2016 but never passed into law and molded after the Bald Eagle Protection Act in the U.S. The Koala Protection Act would work to protect habitats and trees vital to koalas as well as protect koalas from hunting. Recent viral videos of Australians rescuing koalas has led to increased donation to support hospitalization and help for burned koalas. The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital setup a Go Fund Me page seeking donations to help the hospital treat injured koalas. To date, they have raised $1.33 million, well over their $25,000 goal. This comes from over 30,000 donors. Part of their effort is to install drinking stations for koalas in areas devastated by the fires. The funds will also be used for a “Koala Ark” as a refuge for burned koalas to live in a healthy habitat during rehabilitation. Source
  12. Darth Sidious

    Bizarre

    I wasn’t expecting... that
  13. Can’t fault a bitch for it. I loathe her family, I have to give them props for shit like this.
  14. Lol I wouldn’t eat that garbage even if they weren’t actively trying to dictate how people should live.
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