I was going to bed, but this #math trick question inspired me

Finally I leave you with this. It should come as no shock that I hate math. I have perhaps declared as much on this blog, sometime, somewhere. I can also declare I hate math questions that are tricks. After some mulling the question isn’t so hard. This is the latest vexing math question.
“An orchestra of 120 players takes 40 minutes to play Beethoven’s 9th symphony,” the question goes. “How long would it take for 60 players to play the symphony?”
I know the answer I think. It would take 40 minutes because even with 60 players the tempo is controled by the conducter.
I will share this question with my 5-year-old smart as a wip family member this weekend. Now, let me email this to her mother. Good night.


icymi the top 10 @nickradio songs as of 12:00 pm pst

10. Hey Violet – Hoodie
9. PRETTYMUCH – Would You Mind
8. Something Different – Why Don’t We
7. Dua Lipa – New Rules
6. Halsey – Bad At Love
5. Maroon 5 – What Lovers Do ft. SZA
4. Kesha – Praying
3. Justin Bieber – Friends ft. Bloodpop
2. Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do
1. French Montana – Unforgettable ft. Swae Lee
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Spanish song tops U.S. charts – puts latin music on the charts

Our nation is a bit odd to be sure. Let me count the ways.
1. US white supremacists have put on a show of force declaring that people wont replace them.
2. The President of the United States not only supported the thoughts of the US white supremacists, but he has also said he wants a wall to be put up along the mexican border. 3. The song Despacito has been the number one song for 16 weeks.
Per the afp: The 16-week streak ties for the longest reign at the top of the benchmark US singles chart with “One Sweet Day,” the 1995 tear-jerker ballad by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men.
The feat is all the more remarkable as non-English music rarely dominates US airwaves nationwide, with the kitschy “Macarena” the last Spanish-language song to hit number one in the United States back in 1996. Congrats to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee on all your success.

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NSFW: Singer calls out sexual assault during festival

warning corse and extreme language.

If you attempt sexual assault when Sam Carter, lead singer of British band Architects, sees you he’ll do what is right and shame you and then post the shaming on the internet.
The frontman and his band were performing at the Lowlands Festival in Biddinghuizen, the Netherlands on Friday night when he spotted a male fan grope a female fan while she was crowd-surfing during a song. I am glad he chose to speak out to not do so gives those who do it power.
“I saw a girl, a woman, crowdsurfing over here and I’m not gonna fucking point the piece of shit out that did it, but I saw you fucking grab at her boob,” the singer said.

“I saw it. It is fucking disgusting and there is no fucking place for that shit.

He told the crowd: “It is not your fucking body. It is not your fucking body and you do not fucking grab at someone. Not at my fucking show. The crowd cheered for his passionate defense of the unidentified woman.

Despacito es el número un la canción con el streaming

[tags, music, lifestyle, spanish, July 19, 2017]

Great news friends. The song “Despacito” received a wonderful title.
The undeniably catchy Spanish-language hit by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee is officially the most-streamed song of all-time when you include the times that its English-Spanish remix featuring Justin Bieber has been streamed, Universal Music Latin Entertainment announced, per the New York Daily News . If you ask me this shows the power of the spanish language.
“Despacito” did the reverse of what the word means.
“Perhaps most impressively, it only took six months for “Despacito” – which simply translates to “slowly” – to set the record. The original version was released on Jan. 13, while the remix with Bieber came out on April 17″ (new york daily news, 2017.)
per the ny post: “Despacito” was streamed 4.6 billion times as of Tuesday, Vivendi-owned Universal Music declared, noting it cobbled together stats from Spotify, Apple, Amazon and others.
The song features Justin Bieber, whose own song, “Sorry,” held the overall streaming record until “Despacito” knocked it into second place, with 4.38 billion streams.

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