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Kenneth Ascher and Paul Williams received Oscar nominations at the 52nd Academy Awards for the score of The Muppet Movie and for "Rainbow Connection", which Allmusic described as an "unlikely radio hit ...which Kermit the Frog sings with all the dreamy wistfulness of a short, green Judy Garland" and went on to add that "'Rainbow Connection' serves the same purpose in The Muppet Movie that 'Over the Rainbow' served in The Wizard of Oz, with nearly equal effectiveness: an opening establishment of the characters' driving urge for something more in life." Kermit the Frog reprised the song on The Muppet Show in 1980 as a duet with Debbie Harry when she was a guest star.The song is also reprised by a large group of Muppets as the closing number in the 1986 special The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years.Kermit the Frog also reprises the song in the 2011 film The Muppets, this time as a duet with Miss Piggy that leads into the entire Muppet group singing together.The idea for the event started when a first-year approached Weldon to find more connections with other LGBTQ students on campus.The first-year mentioned the speed-dating event at Wesley but pointed out how heterosexual the set up of the event was.
The men form a giant ring on the outside and the women form a ring on the inside, moving every two minutes to the next man.
In fact according to a recent study, 11% of internet users (representing 9% of all adults) say that they have personally used an online dating site such as Match.com, e Harmony, or OK Cupid.
Further more, 22% of 25 to 34 year olds and 17% of 35 to 44 year olds are online daters.
Since the dawn of courtship, we have struggled to make initial connections with love interests.
You live in too small a town, you’re tired of frequenting bars, and you can’t stand to be set up by another friend.
With their growing popularity, it is only natural that they evolve into catering to more niche communities.