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25 years of Kylie Minogue in 17 minutes.

From Popjustice:

This is a far more powerful video than you initially expect it to be. By about halfway through you realise that as well as this compilation telling the story of modern pop, every twenty seconds you’re being hit with a song that either defined or played in the background of key parts of your own life. Yours is a life whose ups and downs have all been accompanied by a Kylie song. You are Generation K.
Kylie Minogue has survived a quarter-century in the music business and I think part of that was due to the fact that the American marketplace only discovered her about 12-13 years after her first single—when “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” became one of the biggest singles of 2001. But Minogue’s done something even more amazing. She’s managed to penetrate the very difficult J-Pop and Bollywood markets too. Sure she’s had creative missteps along the way, but this is a videography of a pop diva who loves what she is doing. I do wonder if she’s eligible to get into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year.
I’ve had this in my drafts for fifty years because it was too precious and perfect to post. I carefully hand this golden goose egg to you. Do not drop it. Swallow it whole. *Alyssa Edwards mouth pop*

With over a hundred episodes produced from 1992 to 1998, Batman: The Animated Series is commonly regarded as not just one of the greatest cartoons ever made, but one of the best depictions of Batman in any medium in the character’s 70-year history. Under producers Alan Burnett, Paul Dini, Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm and with a note-perfect voice cast led by Kevin Conroy as Batman, The Animated Series racked up classic after classic, with stories that were marked by being truly accessible and exciting for all ages. It changed super-hero media forever, and created a legacy that continues today with Timm’s work on the new Green Lantern cartoon.

This show gave me so many good happy’s all of the times. Did you know that this show was animated on to black paper instead of white? Economical! Did you know that this had some of the greatest genre episodes of any TV show ever? Did you know that I think about this show every two hours of my goddamn life? DID YOU KNOW THAT I OWE MY LIFE TO THIS SHOW? DID YOU KNOW THAT TV IS LIFE??? DID YOU EVEN KNOW HOW OR WHO OR WHY? No. You don’t know.