When future historians look back on today, they will identify three things as defining the era: fidget spinners, AirPods, and maybe the president or something. But mostly it will be the fidget spinners and the AirPods. They'll give lectures about how we used them to communicate with each other, listen to the most important gossip in the best podcasts, and ease our troubled minds. Then they'll point to the pinnacle of 2010s technology: the ZenPod Leather Fidget Spinning Case for AirPods. They'll speak of this device which not only combined these two pieces of incredible technology, but also perfected them. (And then saved humanity from global warming ... somehow.)
The impact-resistant polycarbonate protects your AirPods, and the premium Nappa leather adds to the luxury. The shell allows for wireless charging, even with the case on (if you own AirPods 2), and the aluminum spinner provides that primo fidget-spinning experience everybody craves. If you're lucky, you just might find your way into those futuristic history books, and all those future people can marvel at your hobbies and hairstyle choices. Then they'll vape out of their eyeballs, or whatever.
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