Question of the day
Our last question asked: Former boy band Hanson claims that people too often get what wrong about one of their biggest hits? Everyone apparently is still getting the syncopation wrong on "MMMBop."
Congratulations to Carrie Gray for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to these fine folks for getting it right, too: Craig Pittman, John Wall (who wants to know, "The questions is who still sings MMMMBop?"), Ken Walker (who adds "Also the fact that it's a semi-sad song, not happy bubblegum pop. … Hunh"), Sarah-Ann Soffer (who admits "Not sure that I've ever syncopated, but OK"), Mark Gibbs (who jokes "Wow. MuckRack is leading me to dark places #brainworm #makeitstop"), Lucia A. Walinchus (who adds, invoking the lyrics "But when you get old and start losing your hair, can you tell me who will still care?"), Juliana (who wonders "20 yrs later, can we call them a man band?"), Robin Epley (who gripes "When you only have 1 hit in 20 yrs, be thankful people are still singing it at all, Hanson"), Ron Casalotti (who invokes all sorts of 90s music references in his answer "We all sing MMMBop not InSync as if lost on a backstreet. Boys will be boys (2 Men, in this case)") and Cindi Lash (who punctuates her answer with the hashtag #MMMStop).
As for today's question, here it is: How did Microsoft recently get "a crash course in racism" from Twitter?
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!