A Pair That Goes Together Like Hot Cocoa and Marshmallows

On this second Day of Kubernetes, it’s fitting that we talk to you about a pair. But in this case, it’s a pair of Kubernetes leaders that go together much better than two turtle doves – AWS and StormForge.

Holiday Quiz

Which of the following is NOT true about Frank Capra’s 1946 Christmas movie classic It’s a Wonderful Life starring James Stewart? (Answer is at the bottom of this page)

      1. The movie takes place in winter, but was actually filmed in the summer of 1946, during a heat wave. 
      2. It is #1 on the American Film Institute’s list of most inspirational American movies.
      3. The movie was a box-office hit and became an immediate Christmas classic.
      4. It introduced a specially engineered artificial snow, combining Foamite (a fire-fighting chemical), with sugar and water – replacing painted corn flakes, which was commonly used at the time.
      5. The FBI flagged the film as “communist” in 1947 because it portrayed bankers as evil “scrooges”.

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          Holiday Quiz Answer:

          Answer #3 is not true. It’s a Wonderful Life was NOT a box-office hit. In fact, the movie was a flop and lost money at the box office. It did not become popular until the late 1970s, when it began appearing frequently on television.

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