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  • 07/23/16--14:37: Kimbo Slice
  • W.I.P.



    About

    Kimbo Slice (real name Kevin Ferguson,) is an online sensation street brawler turned professional UFC fighter and professional boxer originating from Nassau, Bahamas. Kimbo earned the title as the “King of the Web brawlers” prior to his career as a fighter inside the ring.

    Online History

    Kimbo Slice is most known for his unsanctioned street brawls that were recorded and uploaded to Youtube. The first of which was uploaded on 2007.



    Reputation

    Kevin Ferguson’s nickname originated from his childhood nickname ‘Kimbo’ and ‘Slice’ from his first taped street fight, wherein the opponent he defeated suffered a large cut in his right eye socket that deformed the eyeball. Kimbo Slice has a short but undefeated record as a professional boxer.

    Kimbo was considered a formidable street fighter, but his reputation was put into question when he fought against professional fighters in the ring that can match his skills.

    Death

    Kimbo Slice died due to heart failure on June 6, 2016, just a few days after the death of Boxing legend Muhammad Ali.

    Personal Life

    Aside from being a professional fighter, Kimbo Slice was also an occasional actor, most notably appearing in the holiday special of Nickelodeon’s hit sitcom Drake & Josh.



    Search Interest



    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Kimbo Slice


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  • 07/24/16--03:48: Australian Shitposters
  • Work in progress.


    About

    Origin

    Most likely /int/

    Spread

    Canadian Shitposters

    Various Examples

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  • 07/24/16--19:46: The Delegates, Donald
  • About

    Donald, The Delegates is a photoshop meme featuring US Senator and 2016 Presidential candidate Ted Cruz in an intimidating stance, demanding that Donald Trump turn over the delegates required for the Republican Nomination.

    Origin

    The original photo, depicting Cruz on his way to a vote on the Senate floor, was taken on April 29, 2014 by photojournalist Bill Clark. [1]

    Spread

    On July 18, 2016 a thread was submitted to 4chan’s /pol/ board titled “Donald, The delegates…” featuring the image as its thumbnail. [2]

    Examples

    External References

    [1]THESPREADSen. Ted Cruz

    [2]Archive.4plebs – Donald, The delegates…


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  • 07/25/16--01:42: DABIRDINDANORF
  • About

    The DABIRDINDANORF meme, also known as The Bird in the North or DABIRDADANORF, is a cross between the Game of Thrones and Pokémon GO fandoms and is used by some members of the Pokémon GO Mystic team as a fun call-out to other members or simply as a representation that they are part of Team Mystic.

    Origin

    DABIRDADANORF started on the /r/PokemonGO subreddit with a post[1] made by /u/stringerbellsprout on July 7th, 2016 which read:

    ’Blue team knows no team but the bird in the North, whose name is Articuno."

    “Your team was butchered at the Red Wedding, MysticLuver6969, but you refused the call,” “You swore allegiance to Team Mystic, PokeBluBoy, but in our hour of greatest need, you refused the call.” “And you, LordMystic, your gym was skinned alive by Team Instinct. Still you refused the call. But Blue Team remembers. The North remembers. We know no team but the bird in the North whose name is Articuno. I don’t care if he’s an Ice bird. Lugia’s blood runs through his veins. He’s my bird from this day until his last day.”

    The post received upwards of 2000 up votes.



    Spread

    Many members of the /r/PokemonGO and /r/PokemonGOMystic communities[2] asked that this be the “official” motto for Team Mystic, but due to the community being divided and no official motto being released by Niantic or Pokémon GO, the subreddit decided not to select an official motto.

    However, #dabirdindanorf has now become a fairly common Team Mystic hashtag across social media.[3][4]

    Various Examples



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  • 07/25/16--08:40: Sarah's Scribbles
  • About

    Sarah’s Scribbles is a webcomic by cartoonist Sarah C. Andersen.

    Origin

    On December 10th 2011, Andersen posted her first comic onto Tumblr[1] with the caption, “I decided to start posting comics I make about my life. Maybe other art students will relate to this…” Originally, the comic was called “Doodle Time,” but Andersen changed it when GoComics decided to syndicate the comic.[2]



    Spread

    “Doodle Time” quickly garnered attention. Andersen’s first comic has attracted over 4800 notes on Tumblr as of July 25th, 2016. Soon, she was picked up by larger blogs like Tastefully Offensive, who started regularly posting her work. One comic, “Waking Up,”[3] Andersen considers the moment she went “truly ‘viral.’” The comic has over 128,000 notes as of July 25th, 2016.



    Sarah’s Scribbles has continued to grow to due its relatable nature. The webcomic’s Facebook page has over 1,000,000 likes,[4] and Andersen’s personal Twitter has over 134,000 followers.[5]

    On March 8th, 2016, Andersen released a book of Sarah’s Scribbles comics, Adulthood is a Myth: A “Sarah’s Scribbles” Collection.[6]

    Various Examples



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  • 07/25/16--10:14: Running Joe Budden
  • About

    Running Joe Budden is a photoshop and reaction image series based on several videos of rapper Joe Budden chasing down two young men for filming him in his driveway.

    Origin

    On July 24th, several Snapchat videos began circulating on Twitter, showing two young men approaching Joe Budden in his driveway, who subsequently chases them down for disturbing him (shown below).[2][3][4][9] In several of the tweets, the two men are described as fans of Drake and his record label OVO Sound.



    Spread

    That same day, Twitter user @PhillyCustoms[5] posted a tweet juxtaposing a screen capture of Budden running juxtaposed next to a screen capture of the T-1000 android assassin from the 1990 science fiction film Terminator 2: Judgement Day (shown below, left). Within 24 hours, the tweet gained over 1,600 retweets and 1,000 likes. Meanwhile, Twitter user @the_blueprint posted a screencapture of Budden staring into a car window with a caption referencing Budden’s 2003 hip hop song “Pump It Up” (shown below, right).



    Additionally, several Twitter users posted photoshops featuring a screenshot of Budden running superimposed into a variety of humorous contexts (shown below).[6][7][8]



    Also on July 24th, Budden tweeted[3]“these are some of the greatest memes ever,” but warned against kids approaching strangers homes (shown below). Within 24 hours, the tweet gained over 5,800 retweets and 5,200 likes. In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the online reaction to the videos, including Complex,[10] UpRoxx,[11] Metro[12] and VH1.[13]



    Search Interest

    Not available.

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  • 07/25/16--12:03: Vinyl Scratch's Bass Cannon
  • W.I.P.



    About

    Bass Cannon is a is a popular meme for the character Vinyl Scratch from the series My Little Pony:Friendship is Magic.

    Origin

    In Apr 22, 2012, Youtuber Alligator Tub Productions uploaded a video called “Epic Wub Time: Musicians of Ponyville”. It gained over 6,187,046 views and 26,325 Comments. (shown below)



    Spread

    On Jun 19, 2013, Youtuber 1KidsEntertainment (Elite3) uploaded a video called" Nowacking (Vinyl Scratch) Saying “Bass Cannon” Around 700 Times". It gained over 126,048 views and 2,039 Comments. (shown below)



    Notable Examples

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    Overview

    2016 Democratic National Committee Email Leak is an ongoing political scandal surrounding a series of internal correspondences among the staff members of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in which they discuss various tactics to undermine the campaign of Bernie Sanders in order to secure Hillary Clinton’s victory in the primaries. While the source of the leak remains unknown, the emails were published by the online whistleblowing organization WikiLeaks in late July 2016.

    Background

    On July 22nd, 2016, Wikileaks[9] published a collection of nearly 20,000 e-mails exchanged among key staff members within the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the governing body of the United States Democratic Party, as well as unofficial correspondences with members of the press, between January 2015 and May 2016. Among other findings, the leaked emails detail how several officials within the DNC, which is supposed to remain neutral during the primary electoral process, had attempted to sabotage Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign in order to secure the victory of Hillary Clinton.

    Developments

    DNC Chairperson’s Resignation

    On July 24th, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, United States congresswoman and the chairwoman of the DNC, announced her immediate resignation from the position in the aftermath of the leak. In addition, Schultz’ scheduled appearances at the Democratic National Convention on the following week were cancelled.

    Official Responses

    In response to the revelation, Bernie Sanders expressed that he was “disappointed” by the leak, though “not shocked,” and urged Schultz to resign from the chair, while Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virginia who previously served as the DNC chairman, slammed the findings from the emails as “totally unacceptable behavior.” On July 24th, Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook publicly alleged that the leak was orchestrated by Russian hackers in an effort to help Donald Trump win the election.

    Source of Origin

    Although WikiLeaks has not disclosed any information regarding the identity of its source, several Democratic party officials have alleged that Russian hackers were behind the breach of the DNC email servers, while a lone hacker who goes by the handle “Guccifer 2.0,” a tribute to the pseudonym used by the convicted Romanian hacker Marcel Lazar Lehel, has claimed responsibility for providing The Hill and WikiLeaks with the emails, in addition to a string of smaller-scale leaks of DNC internal documents that have been released via Twitter between late June and early July.



    FBI Investigation

    On July 25th, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a statement confirming its investigation of a Russian hack into the DNC’s email servers that had occurred on June 14th, an incident that quickly became implicated as a possible origin of the leak by major news outlets over the weekend. However, the agency did not officially confirm the involvement of the Russian cyber attacks as the source of the leak.

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  • 07/26/16--09:25: #M7Challenge
  • About

    The #M7Challenge is an African TwitterPhoto Fad and Photoshop meme in which users playfully skewer a picture of Ugandan president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni sitting in a chair taking a phone call on the side of a road.

    Origin

    On July 12th, 2016, Museveni posted a series of photos of him taking a call and chatting with citizens on the side of the road connecting Uganda to Tanzania through Isingiro to Facebook[1] with the caption:

    On the way from Isingiro District where I had presided over the World Population Day celebrations yesterday, I stopped at Kyeirumba Village to make an urgent phone call and also had a brief chat with the residents. They thanked the government for tarmacking the road that connects Uganda to Tanzania through Isingiro. The 74km road cost Shs178 billion. The residents also asked that government engages solar panel distributors to reduce cost. We shall follow up on this.

    The post has over 2800 likes and reactions as of July 26th, 2016.



    Spread

    Shortly after Museveni’s post, journalist Rachael Akidi posted the pictures to Twitter.[2] A little over two hours later, Twitter user @ReliqOhmuwezi[3] tweeted a picture of himself in a blue lawn chair with a phone with the caption “The #M7Challenge @HiledMPrince @deotiba.”



    Twitter jumped on the challenge, and the trend was covered the same day by The Guardian.[4] The trend was also reported on by many African news outlets,[8] and picked up by Western outlets CNN[6] and the International Business Times.[7]

    Besigye Cover-Up Conspiracy

    Some Twitter users and journalists noticed the viral spread of the #M7Challenge coincided with the release of opposition leader Kizza Besigye from prison on bail, two months after he was was arrested for treason after calling the February elections in Uganda a sham. This led to speculation that the #M7Challenge was orchestrated to overshadow news of Besigye’s release.[9]



    Comedian Dies Doing the #M7Challenge

    On Saturday, July 16th, 23-year old comedian Cosmas Yatich was killed on the Thika Super Highway when he was hit by a speeding car as he attempted the #M7Challenge in Ruiru.[5]

    Various Examples



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    About

    Crying Bernie Sanders Supporters refers to people who were recorded crying during Bernie Sanders’ speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, during which he endorsed former rival Hillary Clinton as his choice for president of the United States in the upcoming general election against Republican nominee Donald Trump.

    Origin

    On July 25th, 2016, supporters of former 2016 Democratic presidential primary candidate Bernie Sanders were filmed and photographed crying during his speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (shown below).



    Spread

    Shortly after his speech ended, journalist Philip Lewis tweeted an image of a tearful Sanders supporter with the caption “When the Whole Foods runs out of Kale:#DemsInPhilly” (shown below, left).[2] Additionally, Twitter user @RevoltPolitic[1] posted a screen capture of a young man wearing green felt hat while crying during Sanders’ speech, referring to him as “crying Peter Pan guy” (shown below, middle). Meanwhile, Twitter user Quinn Sutherland posted the same picture, referring to the man as “Sad Robin Hood” (shown below, right).[3]



    That evening, other Twitter users posted videos, screen captures and animated GIFs of the crying Sanders supporters (shown below). In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the online reaction to the crying Sanders supporters, including Vanity Fair,[4]AJC,[5] Complex,[6] The Root,[7] Heavy[8] and Rolling Stone.[9]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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    External References


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  • 07/26/16--14:22: Elizabeth Warren
  • About

    Elizabeth Warren is an American politician and member of the Democratic Party who has been serving as the senior United States Senator of Massachusetts since 2013. As an active advocate of consumer protection and regulation of the financial sector, Warren has a gained significant following among American progressives.

    History

    Career

    Starting in the 1970s, Warren served as a law professor at various universities in the United States until the mid 1990s, when she began working in bankruptcy regulation and consumer protection advocacy. In 2004, Warren was interviewed on the show NOW with Bill Moyers, during which she accused Hillary Clinton of being largely influenced by credit card companies as a legislator (shown below).



    In November 2008, Warren was elected Chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel. In September 2010, she began serving as Special Advisor for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. On September 14th, 2011, Warren announced she planned to run for the Democratic nomination for United States Senate in the upcoming 2012 election in Massachusetts. Four days later, YouTuber LiveSmartVideos uploaded footage of warren discussing the various economic issues, which gained over 1.07 million views and 8,300 comments over the next five years (shown below). In November 2012, Warren defeated incumbent Scott Brown to become the first woman elected to the United States Senate in Massachusetts.



    Run Warren Run

    In early December 2014, the Run Warren Run[2] campaign was launched by members of MoveOn.org to encourage Warren to run for president of the United States in the 2016 election. On December 10th, the “Run Warren Run” Facebook[1] page was launched, which gathered upwards of 75,600 likes over the next two years. In June 2015, the Run Warren Run campaign was officially suspended.



    Endorsement of Hillary Clinton

    On June 9th, 2016, Warren publicly endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for president of the United States in an interview on The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC (shown below).



    Criticism of Donald Trump

    On March 31st, 2016, Warren appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, during which she discussed the upcoming presidential election and derided Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Within four months, a YouTube upload of the appearance received upwards of 1.4 million views and 7,700 comments.



    On May 6th, Trump tweeted that he hopes “corrupt Hillary Clinton chooses goofy Elizabeth Warren as her running mate” (shown below).[4]



    That day, Warren posted a series of tweets calling Trump a “bully” and deriding his political tactics (shown below).[5]



    On July 22nd, Warren appeared a second time on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where she criticized Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention, claiming he “sounded like a two-bit dictator” (shown below).



    Controversies

    Native American Heritage

    In April 2012, the Boston Herald[6] reported that Warren listed herself as a Native American in the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) directories from 1986 to 1995. Scott Brown, her opponent in that year’s Massachusetts Senate race, speculated that she faked being Native American to advance her career. During an interview with NPR[3] in May, Warren claimed she had always been told she was “part Cherokee” by her family, and that she was “very proud of her heritage.”

    Pocahontas Nickname

    In late May 2016, Trump mocked Warren using the nickname “Pocahontas,” a Native American of historical significance for her association with the colonial settlement Jamestown, in reference to her Native American heritage scandal in an interview with The New York Times.[7]

    “When I asked if he had been chided by any Republicans for his Twitter feud with Elizabeth Warren, he replied, ‘You mean Pocahontas?’”

    On June 10th, Trump posted a tweet referring to Warren as “Pocahontas” and “goofy” (shown below, left).[8] Following Warren’s speech at the Democratic National Convention on July 25th, Trump tweeted that the Senator was “often referred to as Pocahontas” (shown below, right).[9]



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  • 07/26/16--14:51: Woke Toddler
  • About

    The Woke Toddler is a series of Twitter jokes where the poster makes up a fantastical story about their precocious child asking them a question about politics.

    Origin

    While its difficult to tell when the first Woke Toddler joke appeared on Twitter, some of the earlier known instances of the “Woke Toddler” joke as its known include @kalebhorton’s tweet[7] about his boy’s refrigerator magnets, posted November 18th, 2014, and @SeanMcElwee’s tweeted story[1] about his two-year old daughter (shown below).



    Spread

    The joke format stuck around as an ironic contrast[2] to people who sincerely tweeted[3] their kids’ reactions to the election until March 21st, 2016, when Esquire columnist Stephen Marche tweeted[4], “My 4 yr old daughter, seeing a picture of Donald Trump, asks me ‘why is that man so afraid daddy?’ ‘I don’t know, sweetheart, I don’t know.’”



    Doubting the validity of Marche’s story, Weird Twitter began directly mocking Marche,[5][6] and coming up with variations of their own.[8]

    Though Marche repeatedly swore his story was true,[9] it did not stop Twitter in their mockery, leading the Daily Dot’s Jay Hathaway[10] to posit that it was not the lie that was skewered, but the “smarmy, disingenuous… conceit that it’s somehow novel for a child to inherit his parents’ political alignment, class consciousness, or fears for the future.”

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  • 07/26/16--15:56: Graham


  • About

    “Graham” also known as “human designed to survive a car crash” (or some variant of) was designed by the Transport Accident Commission in Australia as a way of showing how humans would have evolved to survive automobile accidents. Photos of Graham were often used in humorous photoshops or posted with text commenting on his odd appearance.



    Origin

    Graham was designed by Patricia Piccinini, who is known for other non-traditional human sculptures[9] such as The Young Family which depicted human-animal hybrids. She was commissioned to help work on Graham by the Transport Accident Commission in 2016. On July 20th TACVictoria uploaded a video titled “TAC’s interactive sculpture by artist Patricia Piccinini – Meet Graham, TAC 2016” was uploaded onto YouTube[2] ad explained the sculpture, that is was meant to highlight how fragile the human body is, and how easily it can be injured by car crashes. The site MeetGraham.com.au was launched the following day.

    Spread

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  • 07/27/16--07:44: Stanley Phillips
  • About

    Stanley Phillips is a meme which consists of a multitude of self-portraits of a man named Stanley Phillips. It is debated whether this is his real name. Dimitry has been alleged to be his real name.

    Origin

    Stanley Phillips originated on the /r9k/ board of 4chan and is sometimes used as a reaction image. During June 2016 there has been a large number of Stanley-posts on /r9k/ which contain a picture of Stanley and a claim to being a “kissless, hugless virgin” despite claiming to be “a solid 9/10”.



    A generic Stanley

    It has become customary to claim that the OP is an imposter and that the person responding is the “real” Stanley Phillips. This is followed by other posters claiming the same.



    A typical Stanleypost

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  • 07/27/16--09:39: Philosophy
  • About

    Philosophy (from Greek φιλοσοφία, philosophia, literally “love of wisdom”) is the study of questions concerning existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language.[1] It is broken into four main branches of study which are epistemology, metaphysics, axiology, and logic.[2]

    History

    Pre-Socratic Period

    Philosophy has spanned multiple eras of thought, the first of which was dubbed the Pre-Socratic Period because Socrates does not influence this period. It was dominated primarily by a focus on cosmological and physical speculation which contrasted with the later Socratic Period/Classical Period dominated by a focus on morality spear-headed by Socrates.[5] During this time three main schools of thought appeared: the Ionics, the Pythagoreans, and the Eleatics. The Ionics studied sensory information in nature, the Pythagoreans studied mathematics, and the Eleatics studied the science of metaphysics.[3] Thales of Miletus, born B.C. 640, was the first famed philosopher to emerge during this period and was known for his proposition that all things come from water.[4]



    Classical Period

    The Classical Period or Socratic Period started at the end of The Persian War against Greece in 479BC.[6] Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epycurus, and Antisthenes are the most important philosophers of this period and helped form the core foundation of philosophy as a study.[6]



    Hellenistic Period

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Philosophy

    [2]EDUPlugged – Which of the four basic areas of philosophy (epistemology, metaphysics, axiology, and logic) is most useful for teachers?

    [3]University of Notre Dame – First Period. Pre-Socratic Philosophy.

    [4]University of Notre Dame – Thales of Miletus

    [5]Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – Presocratic Philosophy

    [6]- Professor James E. Mahon – THEPERSIANWAR


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    About

    The Hating Grandpa Joe From Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory refers to a movement that aims to expose Grandpa Joe from the 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory as a vile human being and the film’s true villain.

    Origin

    In 2004, a year ahead of the 2005 release of the Tim Burton/Johnny Depp remake film, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the website Say NO to Grandpa Joe[1] launched. Its mission statement reads:

    Our goal is to expose the dark underbelly of the story. To reveal once and for all the truth about the only real villain in the movie (and no, it is not Slugworth). It is Grandpa Joe.



    The site breaks down Grandpa Joe’s negative attributes under the headings “Ratbag,” “Industrial Spy,” and “Bastard.” Throughout the site, the authors (Oompa and Loompa) use quotes from the book and both movies to demonstrate why they believe Grandpa Joe is terrible. For example, they point to the fact that despite the fact he can walk when presented with the opportunity to go to the chocolate factory, he lies in bed all day with three other old people while Charlie’s single mother works at a laundromat to feed a family of six.[2] They also insinuate that Grandpa Joe is a bad influence for encouraging Charlie to steal Fizzy Lifting Drinks.[3] They also insinuate he is a pervert, misogynist, opportunist, etc.

    Spread

    On May 8th, 2010, “The I Hate Grandpa Joe From Willy Wonka And Chocolate Factory Page” started on Facebook.[6]

    On September 12th, 2010, Youtube user glenn0043[4] uploaded a rant by sports commentator Jim Rome on his radio program The Jim Rome Show in which Rome reiterates several of the arguments from Say NO to Grandpa Joe. Rome would go on a similar rant on June 18th, 2015.[5]



    “The I Hate Grandpa Joe From Willy Wonka And Chocolate Factory Page” remained mostly dormant until June 3rd, 2012, when it posted several status updates about the horribleness of Grandpa Joe. In the following years, the page expanded to making image macros and photoshops of Grandpa Joe. As of July 2016, the page has over 16,000 likes.



    The success of the page and movement led Neatorama[7] to cover it on November 25th, 2014. In June 2016, the movement got its own subreddit, /r/grandpajoehate.[8] On June 22nd, 2016, the Daily Dot[9] wrote an article detailing the ongoing success of the anti-Grandpa Joe movement.

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  • 07/27/16--11:23: #SaveMarinaJoyce
  • About

    #SaveMarinaJoyce is social media hashtag launched by fans of 19-year-old vlogger Marina Joyce over concerns that the YouTuber had been kidnapped, was being abused or suffering from drug addiction.

    Origin

    On July 22nd, 2016, Marina Joyce uploaded a video titled “Date Outfit Ideas,” in which she models several different women’s outfits to wear on a romantic date (shown below). Within the first 20 seconds of the video, a pointing hand can be seen to the left side of the screen and Joyce can be seen whispering the words “help me.” After the video was uploaded, fans began forming various theories that Joyce was being forced to create the videos by a possible abusive boyfriend or captor, while others speculated she was abusing drugs.



    Spread

    On July 26th, 2016, YouTuber TheBakeey uploaded a video titled “Save Marina Joyce,” encouraging viewers (shown below).



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    About

    Tomodachi Life Concert Hall Parodies are a series of videos in which users alter lyrics in the “Concert Hall” feature of Nintendo’s Tomodachi Life, a video game for the Nintendo 3DS, to make humorous content.

    Origin

    Tomadachi Life is a video game in which players can import their Miis and have them walk around and interact on an island. Though Tomodachi Life was released in Japan on April 18th, 2013, it wasn’t until the game was released in North America and Europe on June 6th, 2014, that parody videos using the Concert Hall feature emerged.

    One of the earliest known videos to use the Concert Hall for humor was uploaded by Jeffrey Grubb on June 5th, 2016, with the title "Tomodachi Life -- Techno song -- “I don’t like pants on my leggies.”[1]

    Spread

    While many Youtubers[7] took to their channels to upload their funny songs, a few people in particular helped spread the trend.

    Vinesauce

    Vinny of streaming channel Vinesauce immediately took to the game, and on June 9th, 2014 user Epitaph uploaded a series of parody videos he had made on his channel.[6] He continued to stream the game and create more parodies, and on May 21st, 2015, Youtuber Captain Southbird uploaded a compilation of the songs Vinny created in the game.[8]

    Peanut Butter Gamer

    On June 24th, 2016, the popular Youtube personality PeanutButterGamer released his review of Tomodachi Life and devoted a minute of his review to illustrating how “you can make your Mii sing songs, and you can edit the lyrics to make them as juvenile or inappropriate as Nintendo will allow.” He showed footage of humorous things he made his Miis say. The video has over 4,000,000 views as of July 27th, 2016.



    Harold

    On September 7th, 2014, a Vine user by the name of Harold uploaded the first[2] of what would be many Vines he created in the Concert Hall. It has received over 12,000 likes and 5,500 revines. He published a few more with some success, and on December 12th, 2014, he published what would become his most popular Tomodachi Life parody video (shown below).



    The Vine briefly turned “I’m sucking my own dick, and dying” into a meme, as users on Vine[3][4] and Twitter[5] paid homage to the joke.

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  • 07/27/16--17:12: Rio Olympic Village 2016
  • Photo of the interior of a building of the olympic village. Photos like this one are in all media.
    By the way, Odebrecht, the company in charge of building the village, had its patron arrested because of money laundry and involvement with PT, the work`s party, which was discovered to be deeply stuck in all the s***.


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  • 07/27/16--20:31: DoodleBob
  • W.I.P.

    About

    DoodleBob as called by SpongeBob at certain times, is the main antagonist of the episode, “Frankendoodle.” He was drawn by SpongeBob when using the Magic Pencil.

    Origin

    In the episode “Frankendoodle” the character DoodleBob was included to the show.



    Spread

    [reassuring]

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