8 TV Moments That Wrecked Me

8 TV Moments That Wrecked Me

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We all know the TV moments that are in some way iconic to us. Often, it’s because they bring out a lot of emotions—sometimes making us ugly-cry, gasp in terror, or shriek. The amazing thing about TV is that you can share the experience with other people—especially since with some shows, there are millions of people around the world watching it, too. It’s an experience where you’re part of a group and you’re not alone. What started this post was #1, when I was binging the "North and South" series, so that’s where this list will begin, too.


1. "North and South," Book II, Episode 3

Why did this wreck me?: It was the scene where one of the characters, Madeline, goes to visit her lawyer, who happens to be James “Jimmy” Stewart. As someone who’s watched "It’s A Wonderful Life" every single Christmas and has seen a lot of Jimmy Stewart movies through the years, I didn’t think Jimmy could ever look old. In those black and white films, Jimmy was immortal…a man who would live forever. But then I saw this episode of "North and South" in color and saw Jimmy’s gray hair, frail face and bent body and realized that he wasn’t. It was a rude awakening…and there may have been tears. This was his last time being filmed other than a voice over for a "Fievel" movie.

2. "Grey’s Anatomy," Season 1, Episode 23, “Sanctuary”

Why did this wreck me?: Any "Grey’s" fan knows the trauma that this two-part episode caused and how we all held our breath as a shooter took hold of the hospital looking for revenge after the death of his wife. I remember going to a hospital after this episode and being on edge because this episode was just that believable. However, the seen that will forever stick out to me is when Miranda Bailey is hiding beneath her bed to hide from the shooter and you think she’s all safe…and then she gets pulled out by her legs. There were gasps, there were tears, there were hearts beating like hammers. This was just so intense that I still can’t watch this episode without crying and feeling freaked out.

3. "Veronica Mars," Season 1, Episode 22, “Leave It to Beaver”

Why did this wreck me?: I binge-watched Veronica Mars like it was my job when it was on Netflix and I very eagerly (and impatiently) awaited the movie that came out a few years ago.The scene that haunts me from this episode is when Veronica is driving at night in her car and looks up into her rearview mirror to find her ex’s dad staring at her. This still. Creeps. Me. Out. Whenever I drive at night I pretty much triple check my backseat because that scene plays out continuously in my mind.

4. "The Wonder Years," Season 6, Episode 22, “Independence Day”

Why did this wreck me?: When we started watching this, my parents CONTINUOUSLY reminded me that the father dies in the end. But of course, when the voice over of older-Kevin told me that his dad died, I completely lost it.

5. "M*A*S*H," Season 11, Episode 16, “Goodbye, Farwell, Amen”

Why did this wreck me?: This show is one those shows that has this amazing ability to hilarious one second and then incredibly poignant the next. In the final episode, what so serious it was heartbreaking was when you found out that chicken that had died, was really a baby. We were tugged along with Hawkeye until we finally the truth behind his madness exactly when he was able to realize it himself.

6. "Gilmore Girls," Season 7, Episode 10, “Lorelai? Lorelai?”

Why did this wreck me?: As a huge fan of this show and of the Luke and Lorelai pairing (*cough, cough* and also Jess and Rory), this episode was huge after a break-up that lasted too long between the two (stupid Christopher!). When Lorelai sings “I Will Always Love You” during her turn up on stage at karaoke, I got chills when Luke walked in halfway through and Lorelai went into this dreamy, I-Love-You state over him as she sang. Whenever I hear that song, I always get the itch to watch Gilmore girls. It was beautiful.

7. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Season 5, Episode 16, “The Body”

Why did this wreck me?:This episode, void of any music or other distracting background noise, is probably one of the best scenes that I’ve ever watched that deals with the death of a loved on. When Buffy finds her mom dead, it’s such a heart-wrenching experience that you can’t help but cry and go through what Buffy is going through. It’s one of those episodes where you help but marvel at the genius.

8. "The Walking Dead," Season 4, Episdoe 14, “The Grove”

Why did this wreck me?: Any fan of TWD knows this episode and knows it well because it is easily one of the most memorable and most Carol-tastic episodes. It’s where Carol essentially puts down Lizzie, a little girl who Carol’s been traveling with, but also the episode that gave us one of the best lines in TV history (of my opinion), “Look at the flowers, Lizzie.” This episode did a number on all of us, not just because it was memorable; it did a number on us because we were shocked that a girl could exhibit such psychotic behavior…but even more, that a person could find the capability to end that behavior.



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Global Industrial EDM Machines Market 2017-Production, Revenue, Consumption, Analysis and Forecast 2022

Global Industrial EDM Machines Market 2017-Production, Revenue, Consumption, Analysis and Forecast 2022
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Global Industrial EDM Machines  Market 2017 - 2022 : Industry Size, Share, Demand, Analysis, Trends, Application, Market Revenue, Technology, Segmentation, Market Growth and Consumption, Data Source of current Market.

This report studies Industrial EDM Machines in Global market, especially in North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India, with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2012 to 2016, and forecast to 2022.

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This report focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering

AA EDM

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CHMER EDM

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Excetek Technology

GF Machining Solutions

Kent Industrial USA

Knuth Machine Tools USA

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Global Industrial EDM Machines Market Professional Survey Report 2017

1 Industry Overview of Industrial EDM Machines

    1.1 Definition and Specifications of Industrial EDM Machines

        1.1.1 Definition of Industrial EDM Machines

        1.1.2 Specifications of Industrial EDM Machines

    1.2 Classification of Industrial EDM Machines

        1.2.1 Sinker EDM

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    1.3 Applications of Industrial EDM Machines

        1.3.1 Medical

        1.3.2 Aerospace Component

        1.3.3 Automobile

        1.3.4 Others

    1.4 Market Segment by Regions

        1.4.1 North America

        1.4.2 China

        1.4.3 Europe

        1.4.4 Southeast Asia

        1.4.5 Japan

        1.4.6 India


2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Industrial EDM Machines

    2.1 Raw Material and Suppliers

    2.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Industrial EDM Machines

    2.3 Manufacturing Process Analysis of Industrial EDM Machines

    2.4 Industry Chain Structure of Industrial EDM Machines


3 Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Industrial EDM Machines

    3.1 Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Industrial EDM Machines Major Manufacturers in 2016

    3.2 Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Industrial EDM Machines Major Manufacturers in 2016

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4 Global Industrial EDM Machines Overall Market Overview

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    4.2 Capacity Analysis

        4.2.1 2012-2017E Global Industrial EDM Machines Capacity and Growth Rate Analysis

        4.2.2 2016 Industrial EDM Machines Capacity Analysis (Company Segment)

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        4.3.1 2012-2017E Global Industrial EDM Machines Sales and Growth Rate Analysis

        4.3.2 2016 Industrial EDM Machines Sales Analysis (Company Segment)

    4.4 Sales Price Analysis

        4.4.1 2012-2017E Global Industrial EDM Machines Sales Price

        4.4.2 2016 Industrial EDM Machines Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment) 

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  1. Pick a unique band name

Usually, I’d say the name of a band doesn’t matter; but, in the cyber world, this can make all the difference. Picking a name that is easy to rank for on Google is essential for new fans to be able to find you! Ranking for keyword searches on google is very easy when the keyword or long tail keyword (combination of words) isn’t something many people search for. Let’s take the band “Real Estate” for example. This band has over 1 million monthly listeners, and over 40 thousand Instagram followers. With a quick google search of their name they rank…nowhere on the first 5 pages. Now let’s look at my high school band “Olympic Formal” (this isn’t me trying to plug my music I swear). With just over 50 followers on SoundCloud, and less than 700 followers on Instagram, all our sites pop up at the top of the first page. You think anyone is searching for “Olympic Formal” and not looking for us? PICK A GOOD BAND NAME! 

2. Stop using hashtag music 

When people are searching for new music, a lot of times it happens on Instagram or twitter, but #music has over 180 million posts. You are not going to rank for that hashtag. I promise. Instagram’s new algorithm discourages people from using a ton of hashtags, and doing so can lead to you even being “shadow banded”. So pick 5 or 6 relevant hashtags that are more niche than the umbrella terms people usually use. It’s a lot easier to rank for something like #bostonhiphop than #hiphop. 

3. Make a WordPress

Many people think Blogs are a thing of the past…and they’re kind of right. The likelihood of getting people to engage with a website that’s not a major social media platform isn’t nearly as high as it was in the early 2000’s. However, using a site like WordPress allows you to repost all your pictures and videos from Instagram and Facebook and add “alt text”. Alt Text is the description that is behind the photo that no one sees. Having the name of your band or other keywords in the alt text of your WordPress allows you to show up for searches on google images. 

4. Links are key

Google uses things called “Spiders” to search every page on anything that is relevant to your search. One of the things that these siders look for is internal links to relevant content. So if you want your Bandcamp page at the top of a Google search, be sure to post links to all your social media pages and websites, as well as have other sites (personal accounts/blogs and professional blogs) link your sites within their posts.

5. Content is king

The days of just putting out music are over! Musicians have to realize they are not in the music business, but also the entertainment business! The single best way to get your music discovered is by having something that lots of people engage with. It’s a hell of a lot easier to have 1000 people watch 1 minute Instagram video of a jam session than it is to get 1000 Spotify streams. It’s all about that content baby!

  

1. Pick a unique band name

Usually, I’d say the name of a band doesn’t matter; but, in the cyber world, this can make all the difference. Picking a name that is easy to rank for on Google is essential for new fans to be able to find you! Ranking for keyword searches on google is very easy when the keyword or long tail keyword (combination of words) isn’t something many people search for. Let’s take the band “Real Estate” for example. This band has over 1 million monthly listeners, and over 40 thousand Instagram followers. With a quick google search of their name they rank…nowhere on the first 5 pages. Now let’s look at my high school band “Olympic Formal” (this isn’t me trying to plug my music I swear). With just over 50 followers on SoundCloud, and less than 700 followers on Instagram, all our sites pop up at the top of the first page. You think anyone is searching for “Olympic Formal” and not looking for us? PICK A GOOD BAND NAME! 

2. Stop using hashtag music 

When people are searching for new music, a lot of times it happens on Instagram or twitter, but #music has over 180 million posts. You are not going to rank for that hashtag. I promise. Instagram’s new algorithm discourages people from using a ton of hashtags, and doing so can lead to you even being “shadow banded”. So pick 5 or 6 relevant hashtags that are more niche than the umbrella terms people usually use. It’s a lot easier to rank for something like #bostonhiphop than #hiphop. 

3. Make a WordPress

Many people think Blogs are a thing of the past…and they’re kind of right. The likelihood of getting people to engage with a website that’s not a major social media platform isn’t nearly as high as it was in the early 2000’s. However, using a site like WordPress allows you to repost all your pictures and videos from Instagram and Facebook and add “alt text”. Alt Text is the description that is behind the photo that no one sees. Having the name of your band or other keywords in the alt text of your WordPress allows you to show up for searches on google images. 

4. Links are key

Google uses things called “Spiders” to search every page on anything that is relevant to your search. One of the things that these siders look for is internal links to relevant content. So if you want your Bandcamp page at the top of a Google search, be sure to post links to all your social media pages and websites, as well as have other sites (personal accounts/blogs and professional blogs) link your sites within their posts.

5. Content is king

The days of just putting out music are over! Musicians have to realize they are not in the music business, but also the entertainment business! The single best way to get your music discovered is by having something that lots of people engage with. It’s a hell of a lot easier to have 1000 people watch 1 minute Instagram video of a jam session than it is to get 1000 Spotify streams. It’s all about that content baby!

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