Whether you’re a die-hard Beatles fan or merely a bop-your-head when a tune from the timeless band comes on the radio, everyone can agree that The Late Late Show’s Carpool Karaoke segment with Paul McCartney and James Corden was pure magic.
In this youth-crazed society that we live in, it seems that there is always a new serum or superfood on the market promising a youthful glow and never-ending energy.
Unfortunately, most of these supposed “miracle” products are filled with empty promises that often fall short of delivering.
Friendships develop in all sorts of unexpected ways in this modern, technology-driven world that we live in today.
So, developing a new friendship (or relationship) on an app like Tinder, Match, or eHarmony might not seem that out of the ordinary.
It’s strange to think how much you can learn about a person just from seeing what they purchase at the grocery store.
Throughout his career, American actor Sam Elliott has played gun-slinging cowboys on TV and in films like “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “Tombstone” and “The Quick and the Dead.”