The UK’s decision to leave the EU is a historic moment and its impact will be felt for decades to come. It was therefore of paramount importance that the public was in possession of the facts they needed to make a well informed decision before entering the voting booth. The problem is, the facts were not reported.
Saban Entertainment’s iconic creation Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was a 90’s educational TV serial, loosely veiled as a live-action children’s martial arts romp. The show often goes uncredited for how it shaped the belief system of a generation, and heavily influenced modern society.
Here we break down the top 5 ways that Mighty Morphin Power Rangers has shaped our world...
I pride myself on taking a scientific view of the world; I’m the last person you’ll find playing fixed odds gambling machines, engaging in Astrology, or paying off my student loan (yes that’s right!). So when Jonny, my prolific fad dieting friend, came raving to me about Huel, a new powdered food he was now taking instead of eating breakfast and lunch which contains “everything the body needs”. I assumed my usual logical position.
Shaun Attwood is a charming, eloquent and mild mannered man from rural England; not necessarily what you’d expect from someone who was once atop of a drug empire in Arizona. He has been referred to as the ‘Scarface’ of ecstasy but this title was obviously handed down by someone who hadn’t met him. Shaun assured us that ecstasy distribution was more ‘shoulder rubs, cuddle puddles and Vicks inhalers’ than the ‘chainsaws and violence’ associated with his cocaine counterpart.