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Hayes's work is satisfying either to browse or study in depth. The chapters are arranged chronologically, with a third of the space devoted to the pre-American period. Each is self-contained. Included are expected topics such as missions and the gold rush, but also several unusual ones: the exploration of the interior, the San Francisco fire of 1906, and plans for local defense during World War II. No matter the subject, however, his carefully selected contemporary maps draw readers into the past in a way that modern [End Page 79] versions cannot. To see the Gulf of California shaded in red on a 1544 map is to understand the power (and color) perceived in the silt-laden output of the Colorado River. To see a detailed chart of Japanese-American assignments to particular relocation centers in 1942 is to feel fear and prejudice in action, while to view the none-too-detailed Fremont map of 1848 that most gold seekers used is to comprehend how faith can triumph over practicality. The whimsical is here for balance, as well, my favorite being a 1938 guide to the homes of the movie stars.
"Chocolate Rain" is a song by American singer Tay Zonday. It quickly became popular after the music video for the song was uploaded to YouTube on April 23, 2007, and has since been viewed more than 134 million times. "Chocolate Rain" was ranked as the hottest viral video of summer 2007 by CTV and was awarded the 2008 YouTube Award in the category "Music". Lyrically, the song is a metaphor for racism against African Americans in the United States.
On April 2, 2008, South Park aired "Canada on Strike", in which Zonday appears talking about "Chocolate Rain" (along with other Internet memes), only to be killed when a stare from the Dramatic Look Gopher makes his head explode. The title of the hit was humorously manipulated in the phrase "get ready for some chocolate pain" within the episode. The episode brought back the video's popularity and boosted its views by over one million in the days following its airing. In The Office episode "Business Ethics," Michael Scott confesses that when he discovered YouTube, he "watched Cookie Monster sings 'Chocolate Rain' about a thousand times". This prompted the creation of several such videos a few days later. While making a guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in April 2007, Paul Reubens debuted a spoof educational movie called Journey to Banana Land that beckoned "Chocolate Rain" when the narrator mentions cocoa trees; Zonday's YouTube video is used as Reubens sings along (Zonday himself performed the song on Kimmel in August 2007, to a mixed audience reception.) On 30 Rock, Liz called Toofer "Chocolate Rain" in "SeinfeldVision". It was also referenced in the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Boating Buddies". Squidward spills hot chocolate on himself and SpongeBob says, "Chocolate Rain!" 2b1af7f3a8