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Tracing the origins of the meme involves a labyrinthine journey through now-defunct forum posts dating back to 2005. Ian Kelly, a mashup artist known as Psynwav, happens to be qualified to further break down the broken links.

How Deep Is On Off Kando Mash Up

Word on the street is Marcille will soon cross back over to the Housewives universe. ET learned last month that the star is set to join the cast of a second season of Peacock's Real Housewives mash-up series (now known as Ultimate Girls Trip), alongside iconic 'Wives including Dorinda Medley, Vicki Gunvalson, Jill Zarin, Taylor Armstrong, Phaedra Parks and Brandi Glanville. Marcille say she can neither confirm nor deny her involvement in the project, though.

John Dingwall from Daily Record described "No Scrubs" as a "slinky, acoustic R&B smash".[6] Stevie Chick from NME stated that the song is "the best song ever about not wanting to sleep with someone you're not attracted to in the first place", acknowledging that it is "soulful, simple and quietly witty".[7] In 1999, it was listed on The Village Voice's annual poll Pazz & Jop at number one.[11] "No Scrubs" placed at number two on NME's Top Tracks of 1999 list,[12] and at number 45 on their list of 100 Best Songs of the 1990s.[13] Rolling Stone ranked the song at number 10 in their list of the 50 Best Songs of the Nineties,[14] and at number 303 on their list of the Top 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.[15] Additionally, VH1 listed "No Scrubs" at number 22 in their list of the 40 Greatest R&B Songs of the 90s, ranking behind the band's 1995 international single "Waterfalls", which placed at number 6.[16] Billboard ranked "No Scrubs" at number 42 on their listicle of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.[17]

American singer-songwriter Avi Wisnia performed a cover version of "No Scrubs", which was included on his 2010 studio album Something New.[30] Pop duo Karmin covered the song in 2011, shortly before releasing "Crash Your Party", which integrated the former song to the retro sample of "The Choice Is Yours (Revisited)" in the latter song.[31] Kelly Clarkson performed "No Scrubs" during her 2012 Summer Tour on August 23, 2012.[32] The cast of American television series Glee covered the song in the "Sadie Hawkins" episode of the show's fourth season, by members Kevin McHale, Chord Overstreet, Blake Jenner, Samuel Larsen and Darren Criss.[33] English singer Scout Niblett included a cover of "No Scrubs" on her sixth studio album It's Up to Emma (2013).[34] Pop rock band Bastille released a mashup of "No Scrubs" and "Angels" by the xx titled "No Angels", which was included on their second mixtape, Other People's Heartache (2012).[35] They performed the former song at the 2014 Governors Ball Music Festival.[36] American country singer Kacey Musgraves performed the song during her 2014 tour "Same Tour, Different Trailer".[37] In January 2019, Weezer included a cover of "No Scrubs" on their twelfth studio album, Teal Album.[5] The song "BasicBitchTearGas" from JPEGMafia's third studio album All My Heroes Are Cornballs (2019), is a cover of "No Scrubs".[38]

My name is Martin Keen taking the Homebrew Challenge to brew 99 beers in 99 weeks. And I am revisiting the idea of an overnight mash. I really like this because it splits the brew day up into two manageable chunks.

The way I usually do this is with my trusty temperature controller. I set the temperature I want the mash to stay at, and then the heating element is cycled on and off by this controller to keep the mash at that temperature.

Now this is a somewhat complex tasting beer. It comes with a somewhat complex grist. The basemalt for this making up 67% of my mash is to row Belgium pale malt. And to that I am adding 7% of Cara Pils, 7% of Caravienna and 7% of wheat malt. 041b061a72


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