United State Of Pop 2013 (Living The Fantasy)

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Remix and Video Mashed by DJ Earworm

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A mashup of the 25 biggest hits during 2013 in the U.S.

Featuring:
Avicii feat. Aloe Blacc - Wake Me Up
Bruno Mars - When I Was Your Man
Capital Cities - Safe & Sound
Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams - Get Lucky
Eminem feat. Rihanna - The Monster
Florida Georgia Line feat. Nelly - Cruise
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive
Imagine Dragons - Demons
Jay-Z feat. Justin Timberlake - Holy Grail
Justin Timberlake - Mirrors
Justin Timberlake feat. Jay-Z - Suit & Tie
Katy Perry - Roar
Lady Gaga - Applause
Lorde - Royals
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton - Can’t Hold Us
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Wanz - Thrift Shop
Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball
Miley Cyrus - We Can’t Stop
OneRepublic - Counting Stars
P!nk feat. Nate Ruess - Just Give Me A Reason
Rihanna - Stay
Robin Thicke feat. Pharrell & T.I. - Blurred Lines
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin - Don’t You Worry Child
Taylor Swift - I Knew You Were Trouble
Will.I.Am feat. Britney Spears - Scream And Shout

The most popular songs in the U.S., as determined by Billboard’s weekly Hot 100 charts.

Embedding SoundCloud files is really going to make this easy.

The most annoying things that happen in games

Regarding #2 on this list…

True story: way back in college (way back in the 1900s), some of my friends were playing this X-men game on the Sega Genesis. We get to the end of this level and we’re like, “whaaaa?” There’s no reset button on this level. Or computer. Or place to grab something.

Let me stop here for a moment and describe what I meant when I wrote, “some of my friends were playing this X-men game….” You see, back then, for almost all games, the highest number of players was two. A group of partially impaired (through libation or other means) spectators would watch one or two players attempt to complete levels. This ‘Internet’ that you speak of didn’t have all the answers wrapped up in a neat, 4-minute YouTube video.

That meant that random people could enter a room, watching one or two people trying to play a video game. That was the 90s. That was how we did social gaming. With alcohol.

That was what happened. I wandered in on some guys playing a video game, and the got to the end of the infamous Mojo level. Infamous, because there seemed to be no way you could get past it. It said that you had to reset the computer…but there was no computer to reset. Oh, and what the video didn’t show you was that you had to reset the computer before a timer ran out.

As they were running around frantically trying to figure it out, I looked at the Genesis. Back then I had a Super Nintendo, so I didn’t really know that much about the Genesis. I was looking at the front of the machine and there it was…a reset button. Right there, beside the power button

I looked around the room, and they didn’t have a better answer. As the timer was going to 00:00, I asked if anybody knew what else to do…and nobody said anything. “I’m gonna press it then.” And I did.

And that was how you frickin’ were supposed to win the level. No, really. Like the video said, somebody actually thought this would be a good idea.