People around the globe are prepping for a massive outbreak of Coronavirus (funny how every election year, we are plagued with a different virus).
In areas where the virus has not yet been found, people are stockpiling tissue, bleach, hand sanitizer, face masks, and other household items (you know, just in case).
Not only have people been stockpiling the essentials, people are also purchasing Hostess products.
That's right, because you cannot ride out a deadly virus without hoarding Twinkies, Cupcakes, Ding Dongs, Ho-ho's, and more!
(Screw a balanced diet. We gotta have Hostess! It will save us against the evil Corona! Let's all panic!)
Call me crazy, but I prefer hoarding wine. If the world is going to succumb to a deadly virus, I want to go out in style!
Welcome to a brand new series called "On this day in history." Here, I will share an impactful event that happened in the near and distant history.
Today, I will be discussing one of the most shocking events in TV history. On 2/26/1981, Charles Rocket dropped the "F" bomb on "Saturday Night Live." The bomb drop was so clear that it had America gasping in shock. The incident led to a mass firing of cast and crew.
Rocket's "F" bomb drop is said to be the first time the "F" word was dropped on TV.