The catchy song at the top of the post is from a Bollywood movie about all the western hippies who kept coming to India to learn about Hinduism (etc.) but also kept encouraging local young people to take drugs and have orgies, leading to a moral panic.
At one point in history, backmasking turned into a very popular conspiracy theory. This site lets you play suspected backmasks forwards and backwards, and you try to guess what satanic message they're supposed to encode. Once you read the conspiracy message, you can't hear anything else.
The original Bushmiller run of Nancy was probably the greatest newspaper comic strip ever made. A lot of people at the time recognized this and wrote long analyses where they begrudgingly admitted to loving a comic they hate, and praised Bushmiller while saying things like he was too much of a sub-human idiot to understand his own genius. Here is one of the better and more interesting examples of that genre.
Remember when Rosanne got Tom Arnold his own show? A very tongue-in-cheek ad for the show, followed by Stephen King advertising the new Dark Tower book.
A Tumblr entirely dedicated to anti-Riker memes. Reading it through, I get the feeling that the maintainer doesn't actually hate Riker at all!
On a related note, what are the chances that the new Picard show's secret plot twist is time travel and/or time travelling into the other timeline's past? Star Trek's last non-prequel was eighteen years ago and they've now got countless prequels-to-prequels. They seem pretty committed to being prequel-only at this point.
Remember Weebl? He's still occasionally appears and just did a series of Christmas videos. Like this and this.
Would you like every moment of the rest of your life to be filled with terror? Try listening to this extremely catchy and disturbing song from a beloved, classic Danish Christmas special: We are prepared to die, Yulerman.
The Mellotron was an early 60s synthesizer with an eerie sound that was used in Strawberry Fields, among others. Watch this super interesting video where an awesome mechanical genius shows the inner workings of a Mellotron she repaired.