Newton once theorized that, in addition to the law of universal gravitation, there was another invisible force at work in our world: This force is most evident when a national holiday and a brand come in contact on Twitter, and, like gravity, it involves falling — or, as we call it in 2015, failing.
Sometimes the brand and holiday combination is just embarrassing. Sometimes, in the case of the Washington Redskins on Thursday, it’s a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad idea.
The holidays are upon us, which means many Americans are about to spend a lot of time with their families. Whether your family is full of liberals, conservatives or none of the above, someone at the Thanksgiving dinner table probably has strong feelings about Donald Trump.
With the likeliness of the Adele-aissance to completely blow the roof off the pop charts, it seems like a good time to contemplate where will we all be when every one of those nuanced, ballad feels hit?
It’s no mystery that 25 is primed to rise to the top of the 2015 musical offerings, and a lot of people are going to be feeling a lot of things.