Memorial Day was created to commemorate all the American servicemembers who have died while serving our country. With so many military men and women currently on dangerous overseas assignments, it's also a time to think about their sacrifice, and the sacrifice of their families back home.
'I Will Always Love You' isn't an easy song to sing. That's why the late Whitney Houston's flawless take on the Dolly Parton-penned tune became one of the biggest hits in music history. But a woman on an American Airlines flight between Los Angeles and New York's version of the song wasn't as well received.
Tim Burton's 1989 take on 'Batman' wasn't quite as "dark" as Christopher Nolan's rebooted trilogy that followed 16 years later. But considering the last screen representation of the Caped Crusader was the '60s era campfest starring Adam West, Burton's vision was still quite a departure in tone from what audiences were used to seeing from The Dark Knight on screen.
Having your picture taken and taking a picture both require a certain degree of concentration. So when you're taking a "selfie" (and performing both of these tasks at once) you tend to be pretty oblivious to anything else going on around you.
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