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“I can see a lone artist with a lot of tapes and electrical… like an extension of the Moog synthesizer – a keyboard with the complexity and richness of a whole orchestra, y’know? There’s somebody out there, working in a basement, just inventing a whole new musical form.” That was Jim Morrison, in 1969, making a pretty spot-on prediction about the future of music. It turns out accurate predictions about the future of music are pretty rare. Really bad predictions, however, have a rich history.

+ Jacob Koscinski graduated Summa Cum Laude. But the bakery making his graduation cake thought that sounded too dirty. So they congratulated him on graduating Summa … Laude.

+ I’ll leave you with a question: What booze tastes best in a Wendy’s Frosty?

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