Trekkies beware; there’s some beef behind the scenes of everyone’s favorite sci-fi show. The show’s executive producer Rick Berman claimed on Twitter that actress Denise Crosby gave him her communicator badge after the shoot of the finale “Skin of Evil.”
That was over thirty years ago. But both parties here have a Twitter account, so two can play this game. Or rather, one can try to play a game and the other can call him out on his BS. The actress decided to set things straight with what really happened and the truth, according to her, sounds far less sentimental.
Vintage photoshoots are all the rage, so when this Redditor posted a picture of his girlfriend's mother in the 1970s in Bristol, some folks online knew what to look out for. While the setting, the clothes, and the accessories could have fooled most people, there was one little detail that revealed the truth.
Here we learned that while the 70s did have some cool technological inventions like Walkmans and floppy disks, they still hadn't quite cracked the Fitbit. Our only hope is that whoever decided to trick people with this photography project learned some honesty. Or to be more thorough, at least.
Sounds Like News to Us
There are some big words in the English language, ones that require some serious dictionary time. Apparently, the word "news," which is supposedly an acronym, is one of them. Or so this person thought. They didn't actually post any sources and perhaps just came to that conclusion by themselves.
In order to halt the spread of some misinformation, the famous dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster came to the rescue. No sir, the news is named that way because it's about *new* events and new information. Though, now that we think about it, many of the news titles we see aren't really that new. Maybe it's time for a different word altogether.
Clock Those Hours
According to this chiropractor clinic, the amount out of hours required to get accredited is, in fact, more than what a medical doctor would need. If we were to believe every Facebook ad, then this post would perhaps be cause for concern. But we've been around for a while. We know how these things work.
Alas, unsurprisingly, someone called this ad out for being totally wrong. Our advice. Don't rail on other professions to try and boost your own. It's okay; there's a place for both doctors and chiropractors. Plenty of people with health issues and bad backs to go around. Actually, do they have any available appointments? Asking for a friend.
Giving a food outlet a bad review can be harmful, which is why many restaurant owners do not take these things lightly and strive to please their customers. They are usually willing to replace an order or change an ingredient (within reason) for the sake of good reputation, recommendations, and returning clients. That's just called good business.
Apparently, receiving soggy chips was a big no-no for this client, with the disappointment so great that nothing could rectify it, not even a new plate. The owner also felt it was necessary to point out why they were soggy in the first place!