That comparison has been pervasive on the Internet, to the point that it has become a meme. Apparently, she's been on it for YEARS. Ed Wood was released in 1994!
The story was a work of what's now called "Flash fiction," because it tries to convey a full story in as few words as possible. Hemingway's story is this: "For sale: baby shoes, never worn."
The 6 word story is an extreme example of Flash Fiction. There is an award called the Micro Award that recognizes the best stories that are less than 1,000 words long. It's called the "Micro Award."
The Weihenstephan brewery was originally a Benedictine monastery in a small town north of Munich, Germany in the year 740 AD. In 1040, an Abbot was able to secure the rights to brew from another monastery and the abbey started brewing beer.
Since then, the brewery has not stopped producing beer. In the times of Napoleon, the monastery was secularized and became detached from any religion. However, the brewing continued. This means that the brewery will celebrate it's 1,000th anniversary in 30 years!
That is, to the original NES game from 1987. after the original was a huge hit, the sequel "Zelda II: The Adventure of Link" was released shortly after.
Since then, every Legend of Zelda game has been a prequel to the original NES game! The Super NES game A Link to the Past was a prequel to the NES game, and the critically acclaimed Ocarina of Time was a prequel to the SNES game.
The actual timeline of the Legend of Zelda is a heated internet debate and where each game is placed in the timeline is nearly impossible to determine. It is said that there is a secret Nintendo document that shows how each game fits in an overarching story, but they have chosen not to release it because they don't want to lose flexibility for future games.
If you have a few hours to spare, just google "Zelda Timeline" and see for yourself. This goes to a graphic showing one of the least controversial timelines around.