Sometimes popular culture and politics collide in delightful and titillating ways. Perhaps the best example is "The President Meets the King." Until now?
Tupac Shakur was killed in 1996, but he rose from the stage at Coachella on Sunday, a hologram that entertained a mesmerized crowd and promised a new era of technologically enhanced grave robbing.
Snoop Dogg would like to speak to President Obama on behalf of a friend of his, and her name is Mary Jane. The pot-friendly rapper, né Calvin Broadus, also has visualized how this meeting would ideally take place at the White House.
Is Snoop Dogg the new Joe Camel? Is Ronald McDonald? What about Facebook -- has that website become synonymous with an infamous tobacco industry cartoon that preyed on unsuspecting kids?
How could Martha Stewart ever outdo herself after luring Snoop Dogg onto her show? Maybe she should just pack it in or maybe making silk dupioni mistletoe spheres with Stephen Colbert would be just the ticket.