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  • 05/15/17--17:24: Disasters cannot be forseen
  • Disasters cannot be unforseen is a joke in a competitive UGC Highlander TF2 team known as “The Desolation Pack.” While finding a time for their first game, one of the members called blue messaged the leader of the team they were fighting on Steam. They found out that the leader said a lie, and they started rescheduling the game. The enemy team’s leader ended up saying “Disasters cannot be unforseen.” The Desolation Pack started joking about this, and it became a meme.


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    About

    Stop Staring At Me With Them Big Old Eyes" is quote from the Flying Dutchman from Spongebob Squarepants

    Origin

    The phrase “Stop Staring At Me With Those Big Old Eyes” is said by the Flying Dutchman to Spongebob Season 2 Your Shoe’s Untied[1] which first aired November 2nd, 2000



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Spongebob Wiki – Your Shoe’s Untied


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  • 05/15/17--20:08: Spongebob Mock
  • PoOr SpOnGeBoB ThE ChIKEN


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  • 05/09/17--18:50: Butch Hartman
  • About

    Butch Hartman is an American animator, writer, director, producer, and actor, best known for creating the Nickelodeon shows The Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom and T.U.F.F. Puppy. Hartman also owns his own production company, Billionfold, Inc., for which he uses primarily to produce his shows. Hartman has been an executive producer on Fairly OddParents ever since its debut in 2001.
    Hartman also created Bunsen Is a Beast, which premiered in 2017.

    History

    Hartman was born in Highland Park, Michigan on January 10, 1965 to Elmer Earl Hartman III and Carol Davis, the eldest of 4 children. He received the nickname “Butch” as a young boy and continued to use the name professionally as an adult. Hartman spent his childhood in Roseville, Michigan and his teenage years in New Baltimore, Michigan. He graduated from Anchor Bay High School in New Baltimore in 1983. He subsequently attended the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California.

    Related Subcultures

    The Fairly OddParents

    The Fairly Odd Parents in an American animated children’s show which airs on Nickelodeon. The show follows the life of Timmy Turner, an elementary school student who has two fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda.

    Danny Phantom

    Danny Phantom is an American cartoon series created by Butch Hartman and broadcasted on Nickelodeon. The series follows the exploits of Danny Fenton, who after crossing accidentaly a portal between this world and a supernatural world, becomes half-ghost and saves the world from ghost attacks.

    T.U.F.F. Puppy

    T.U.F.F. Puppy is an American animated television series created by Butch Hartman for Nickelodeon. It premiered on October 2, 2010, on Nickelodeon along with Planet Sheen. T.U.F.F. Puppy is Butch Hartman’s third animated series for Nickelodeon, after The Fairly OddParents (2001–present) and Danny Phantom (2004–2007). The series was cancelled by Nickelodeon on April 4, 2015.

    Bunsen is a Beast

    Bunsen Is a Beast is an American animated children’s television series created by Butch Hartman for Nickelodeon. It revolves around an eccentric beast named Bunsen, who begins attending a middle school that had previously only admitted humans. In spite of prejudice against beasts, Bunsen befriends a human boy named Mikey Munroe and his homeschooled companion Darcy. Together, Bunsen and his friends try to navigate through school life while outsmarting an evil student named Amanda, who wants to rid society of Bunsen’s kind.

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  • 05/16/17--07:09: Ko Takeuchi


  • About

    Ko Takeuchi is a Japanese artist and character designer, most know for his work for the video game company Nintendo, in particular the WarioWare and Rhythm Heaven franchises. He has since grown to prominence online through his fanart, often based on memes, which he posts through his Twitter account.

    Online History

    Ko Takeuchi first grew in popularity due to his work as the character designer on the Nintendo franchise WarioWare as well as serving as art director on the Rhythm Heaven series [1]. On March 5th, 2013, Ko Takeuchi joined Twitter under the twitter handle @Kokosac, before changing to @kotakeuchi_art in May 2017 [2]. Takeuchi first began posting fanart to his account on November 28th 2013, with art of the characters of Saya Toma and Takeru Sebumi from the Japanese drama series SPEC[3](shown below, left), which went on the recieve over 900 retweets and 1,900 likes [4]. However, Takeuchi began to grow in popularity in the west after he started to create art for different memes and “anime and manga”: characters, beginning with his drawing of the character Usagi Tsukino from the Sailor Moon franchise (Shown below, right). As of May 2017, the tweet has received over 400 retweets and 1,300 likes [5].



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Nintendo Wiki – Ko Takeuchi

    [2]Twitter – @kotakeuchi_art

    [3]Asian Wiki – SPEC ~ First Blood

    [4]Twitter – SPEC fanart

    [5]Twitter – Sailor Moon fanart


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  • 05/16/17--07:34: Murdercock
  • About

    Murdercock refers to a theory in the Steven Universe fandom that Greg Universe had sex with a sentient space rock to bring Steven into the world, leading to Rose giving up her physical form.

    Origin

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  • 05/16/17--12:03: Romphim
  • About

    The Romphim is a clothing product for men that resembles a romper, a clothing product that covers both the top and crotch area and has typically been worn by women. After it received exposure in the media, it generated discussion on social media between those who thought it was an attractive idea and those who hated it.

    Origin

    The Romphim is a product of ACED Design, who began promoting their product on Instagram on April 9th, 2017.[1]

    Spread

    Various Reactions

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Instagram – First Romphim Post


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  • 05/16/17--18:08: Outlast
  • About

    Outlast is an indie horror game developed and published by Red Barrels Studio[1]. In this first-person survival horror, you play as a freelance investigative journalist, who decides to investigate an isolated psychiatric hospital based on a lead you receives from an anonymous source[3]. The name of this institution is Mount Massive Asylum, located deep in the mountains of Lake County, Colorado. Here’s the script of the prologue to get into this mysterious ward:

    You are Miles Upshur, an investigative reporter whose ambition is about to earn him an intimate tour of hell on earth. Always willing to risk digging into the stories no other journalist would dare investigate, you will seek out the dark secret at the heart of Mount Massive Asylum[2].
    Miles Upshur, a freelance journalist, receives a tip-off from an anonymous source about Mount Massive Asylum, a psychiatric hospital owned and operated by the Murkoff Corporation. Upon gaining entry to the asylum, he finds the bodies of the asylum’s staff strewn about the hallways, and the now escaped inmates, known as The Variants, roaming the grounds. Progressing through the upper dormitories, he encounters an impaled tactical officer, who in his dying moments tells the journalist to get out of the asylum while he still can. Exiting the dormitories, Upshur is attacked by a powerful inmate named Chris Walker, who throws him through a window, and down to the atrium. Upon regaining consciousness, he encounters “Father” Martin, an inmate who believes he is a priest. Martin says Upshur was sent by God to be a witness to his cult and has to stay in the asylum, and then departs as Upshur passes out again.

    Awakening, Upshur starts his attempt to find a way out of the building, while avoiding attacks from Walker and the other inmates. However, as he attempts to unlock the main doors from security control, he is ambushed and sedated by Martin, who again states that he must remain at the asylum and witness the events there. Martin shows him footage of the asylum’s security forces being slaughtered by a mysterious, seemingly supernatural entity known as The Walrider before transporting a now-unconscious Upshur to the asylum’s holding cells.

    Upshur is forced to work his way upwards through the sewers after encountering a pair of inmates, the Twins, who express a desire to kill and eat him. However, the duo abstain from attacking for the moment, as Martin has asked them not to harm the journalist. Upshur makes his way through the sewers, while avoiding attacks from hostile inmates, finally reaching the asylum’s showers.

    While attempting to escape through the showers, however, he is attacked yet again by Walker, and escapes through the vents. Progressing further through the building, Upshur is soon chased into a corner by several inmates, but escapes through a dumbwaiter, only to be captured by one of the Asylum’s now psychotic doctors, Dr. Rick Trager, who collects body parts of the inmates. Trager imprisons Upshur, strapping him to a wheelchair, and slices off two of his fingers using a large pair of shears. Upshur manages to escape and a chase ensues, followed by a struggle when Upshur pulls Trager into a moving elevator and crushes him between floors.

    Encountering Martin again, Upshur exits onto the asylum grounds, but he is chased back inside by the Walrider, revealed to be a ghost-like being which Upshur can only see with the naked eye and while using his camera’s night vision. He is forced to circumnavigate the ruined stairway to access different floors of the building by following a trail of blood Martin left for him to follow. Upshur finally locates Martin in the asylum’s chapel to witness the latter’s death, self-immolation on a crucifix, before taking the now-repaired primary elevator down. Martin tricks Upshur, however, and instead of taking him to the exit, the elevator takes him to an underground military facility beneath the asylum. While searching for an exit, Upshur is chased by the Walrider and finds Walker on the other side of a door he runs through, who incapacitates him. However, before Walker can kill the journalist, the Walrider attacks and brutally kills the inmate before leaving. Upshur proceeds into the facility and meets Dr. Wernicke (originally believed to be dead), the scientist in charge of the entire experiment known as “Project Walrider”.

    Wernicke explains that the Walrider is the result of nanotechnology experiments conducted on an inmate called Billy Hope, and that the Walrider is controlled by Hope. Wernicke orders Upshur to find Hope in the laboratory and kill him by shutting off his life support system, thus killing the Walrider. After accomplishing this task, Upshur is caught by the Walrider who brutally beats and possesses him. Limping towards the exit, he is confronted by Wernicke, who is accompanied by several armed guards who repeatedly shoot Upshur. As Upshur collapses to the floor, the screen fades to black and Wernicke’s voice is heard as he realizes Upshur has become the Walrider’s new host. Panicked gunfire, screams and mauling sounds are then heard briefly before the credits roll[4].

    History

    WIP

    Outlast: Whistleblower

    On April 29th, 2014, Red Barrels released a YouTube video announcing an upcoming game scheduled for release on May 6th.

    Outlast: Whistleblower is downloadable content for Outlast, set as a prequel explaining the unknown reasons behind Mount Massive Asylum’s outbreak[5], we are greeted with overlapping story from the first game which helps in continuing from a previous cliffhanger.

    Outlast 2

    WIP

    Online Presence

    WIP

    Fandom

    WIP

    Fan Art

    As of May 2017, there are over 5,000 pieces of fan art tagged #outlast on DeviantArt[6]. Tumblr[7] and Pinterest[8] also yield results of fan art as well.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Red Barrels – Home

    [2]Outlast Wiki – Miles Upshur

    [3]Outlast Wiki – Waylon Park

    [4]Outlast Wiki – Outlast

    [5]Outlast Wiki – Mount Massive Asylum Incident

    [6]DeviantArt – #Outlast

    [7]Tumblr – Outlast Fan Art

    [8]Pinterest – Explore Outlast Game, Awesome Games, and more!


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  • 05/17/17--03:37: Exotic Butter
  • About

    A remix type with the FNAF butter.

    Origin

    The star Markiplier asked for a remix and it was made by some random internet user.

    Spread

    A site called exoticbutters.com was made. ( Ha ha. Got you. It is just a domain.)


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  • 05/17/17--08:35: Shot/Chaser
  • About

    Shot/Chaser refers to a copypasta template, which allows people to present a piece of hard or bad news, generally in the form of a quote or headline, as the “shot,” and a piece of funny or soft news as the “chaser,” a palate cleanser used to ease the news of the shot.

    Origin

    The phrase takes its name from the act of drinking a shot of alcohol with a chaser, something used to cleanse the mouth from the taste of the shot. In the context of journalism, the earliest known iteration comes from The National Journal’s The Hotline blog.[1] The blog started in 1987, but a running feature called “Last Call,” founded in August 7th, 1998,[2] became known for its “Shot/Chaster” segments, a humorous way of presenting severe news. The earliest example found on Internet Archive “The Wayback Machine” is from August 21st, 2008.[3]



    Spread

    In 2011, the National Journal required paid membership to read the magazine, and by proxy, “Last Call.” Currently, the Journal has more than 1,000 members.[6] On February 1st, 2013, The National Journal canceled “Last Call!” and effectively “Shot Chaser” at The National Journal.[4] However, shot/chaser did find a new home at Hotline’s “Wake-Up Call.” Hotline editor Kyle Trygstad posted an example on Twitter, regarding Kellyanne Conway’s potential conflict of interest by asking Fox News viewers to support President Donald Trump daughter’s clothing brands in March 2017.[5]



    “Shot Chaser” has been a popular posting format on Twitter since 2009. On Twitter, people generally post shot/chasers with links and pictures. Twitter user @BraddJaffy tweeted one of the most popular examples (shown below) on May 16th, 2017. His “shot/chaser” pointed out contradictory actions by the Trump White House, asking Israeli officials not to share info and Trump sharing intelligence with Russians.[7] The tweet recieved more than 800 retweets 900 likes in 24 hours.



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    Cracking Open a Cold One With the Boys is a copypasta about drinking beers with a group of male friends which is often used to caption various image macros circulated within ironic meme and circlejerk communities online.

    Origin

    On February 13th, 2016, the Cracking Open a Cold One with the Boys Facebook[1] page was launched, which highlights image macros captioned with the copypasta. Within two years, the page garnered upwards of 102,000 likes.



    Spread

    On January 14th, 2017, YouTuber One Million Times uploaded a video titled “Cracking Open A Cold One With The Boys 1 MILLION Times” (shown below).



    On March 12th, the /r/CoaCOwtB subreddit was launched for “pictures of ya boys and their cold ones being cracked open.” Meanwhile, Instagram user papafranku posted an “Expanding Brain”: image comparing various psychedelic drugs to “cracking open a cold one with the boys” (shown below). Within two months, the post received upwards of 63,300 likes. On March 19th, Redditor Dogekami submitted a post about the copypasta to /r/MemeEconomy, including an image macro of students with aluminum cans in a classroom (shown below, right).[3]



    On May 16th, Redditor moon_no_rise submitted a photograph of a police officer writing a driver a ticket, captioned with a mock conversation in which the officer asks him to “please step out of the vehicle and crack a cold one with me and the boys” (shown below, left). Within 24 hours, the post gained over 1,500 points (94% upvoted) on /r/dankmemes.[4] Meanwhile, Redditor moistchortle submitted a “Bernie or Hillary”: image in which Bernie Sanders declares that his favorite beverage is “a cold one to crack open with the boys” to /r/me_irl,[5] where it garnered upwards of 2,800 points (95% upvoted) and 60 comments over the next day.



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  • 05/17/17--10:50: "I'm Mary Poppins, Y'all"
  • Editor’s Note: This entry contains minor spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2; read at your own caution.


    About

    “I’m Mary Poppins, Y’all” is a quote from the character Yondu uttered in the 2017 film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The line has become popular among fans, inspiring art and memes.

    Origin

    “I’m Mary Poppins, y’all” is a line from the Marvel sci-fi action film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which premiered on April 10th, 2017.[1] In the film, the character Yondu (Michael Rooker) uses a jetpack to fly the character Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) to safety. As he’s flying, Peter and Yondu have the following exchange:[2]

    Peter Quill: You look like Mary Poppins.
    Yondu: Is he cool?
    Peter Quill: Hell yeah, he’s cool.
    Yondu: I’m Mary Poppins, y’all!

    Mary Poppins is the title character from the 1964 Disney film Mary Poppins. Played by Julie Andrews, Poppins is a magical nanny, who has the ability to fly by opening her umbrella and floating into the air.[3] Yondu’s body language in the scene, his hand held straight up into the sky, resembles Poppins’.

    Spread

    “I’m Mary Poppins, y’all” became popular in the weeks following the film’s release. On May 6th, the day after the U.S. premiere, YouTuber Jeffrey Cruz posted a time lapsed video of a Yondu as Mary Poppins portrait being illustrated. The video (shown below) received more than 21,000 views in 10 weeks.



    On May 7th, Instagram user _dpiddy[8] posted an image (shown below) of Mary Poppins’ body photoshopped onto Yondu, which received more than 3,200 likes. On May 13th, Redditor Isai76 shared it in /r/marvelstudios subreddit. Within four days, the post received more than 3,600 points (90% upvoted) and 70 comments.



    Michael Rooker, the actor who portrayed Yondu, has been instrumental in propagating the meme.[4] On May 9th, Rooker shared an image (shown below, left) of Yondu photoshopped into the Mary Poppins soundtrack cover on Instagram, garnering more than 46,000 likes. Six days later, he shared an image (shown below, right) from Instagram user @_dpiddy[7] of a Yondu Fonko Pop figure in a Mary Poppins Fonko Pop box. The image received more than 32,000 likes.[6]



    On May 16th, Rooker posted[10] (shown below, left) a picture of the actor with a woman in a Mary Poppins costume with the caption “She’s Mary Poppins y’all… just kidding… #immarypoppinsyall #yondu #GotGVol2” on Instagram.[9] The picture received more than 65,000 likes within 24 hours. That day, Redditor wdouglas37[11] posted another angle of the shot (shown below, right) to the /r/Marvel subreddit and received more than 16,000 points (86% upvoted) and 500 comments.



    Several news sites covered the picture, including Entertainment Weekly,[12] Cinema Blend,[13] Uproxx,[14] and more. Twitter posted a Moments page commemorating the picture and the reaction to it.[15]

    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    [2]IMDb – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Quotes

    [3]IMDb – Mary Poppins

    [4]Instagram – @michael_rooker’s post

    [5]Instagram – @blackehart’s post

    [6]Instagram – @michael_rooker’s post

    [7]Instagram – @_dpiddy’s post

    [8]Instagram – @_dpiddy’s post

    [9]Instagram – @michael_rooker’s post

    [10]Instagram – @michael_rooker’s post

    [11]Reddit – I’m Mary Poppins y’all!

    [12]EW – "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Michael Rooker met Mary Poppins, y’all":Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Michael Rooker met Mary Poppins, y’all

    [13]Cinema Blend – Yondu Finally Got To Meet Mary Poppins, Check It Out

    [14]Uproxx – Yondu (Okay Michael Rooker) Met Mary Poppins And It Was Magical

    [15]Twitter – Yondu’s Michael Rooker met Mary Poppins


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  • 05/17/17--12:01: My Skin Is Clear
  • About

    My Skin Is Clear refers to a copypasta used by fandoms in reaction to pictures or videos of the object of their fandom. “My Skin Is Clear” is generally used as one of many positive things the person says about themselves as a result of seeing the object of their fandom. Others include “My crops are flourishing” and “My grades are up.”

    Origin

    On April 13th, 2015, Tumblr used the phrase in video in reference to hate mail she was receiving.[1]

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Tumblr – Yasgawd Video

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  • 05/17/17--13:00: What's Piers Morgan Saying?
  • About

    What’s Piers Morgan Saying refers to a series of image macros in which people captioned a screenshot of Piers Morgan with humorous quotes that Morgan looks like he’s saying.

    Origin

    On May 17th, 2017, Piers Morgan interviewed a two gender non-binary couple on Good Morning Britain (shown below). During the interview, Piers conducted the interview with his arms crossed.



    Following the interview, Twitter user @joegolby[1] tweeted a screenshot of Piers (shown below) from the show with the caption “‘well i’m sorry madame but it simply won’t do. we asked for butter and this is clearly margarine. we shan’t be settling the bill.’” The tweet received more than 300 retweets and 1,200 likes.



    Spread

    Shortly after @joelgolby tweeted the image, other people began tweeting their own captions of the screen grab.



    That day, @joelgolby wrote an article for VICE[3] featuring 46 captions for the picture of Piers Morgan. Twitter published a Moments page, archiving some of the most popular tweets.

    Search Interest

    Not available.

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  • 05/17/17--13:15: The Incredibles
  • About

    The Incredibles is a 2004 computer-animated film about a family of superheroes who are forced out of retirement by the antagonist Syndrome.

    History

    On November 5th, 2004, The Incredibles was released in theaters in the United States. In the film, the Parr family hides their super powers while attempting to live a quiet life, before being attacked by the supervillain Buddy Pine (a.k.a. Syndrome).



    The Incredibles 2

    The sequel The Incredibles 2 is scheduled for release on June 15th, 2018.

    Online Presence

    On YouTube

    On Jul 30, 2015, the Cinema Sins YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Everything Wrong With The Incredibles In 10 Minutes Or Less,” which gathered upwards of 11.6 million views and 9,400 comments over the next two years (shown below).



    Fandom

    Related Memes

    Coincidence? I Think Not!

    “Coincidence? I think NOT!” is a memorable quote uttered by the character Bernie Kropp[1] in The Incredibles



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Pixar Wiki – Bernie Kropp

    [2]

    [3]


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  • 05/17/17--14:05: Bomb Voyage
  • In the Movie

    Bomb Voyage is a character from the movie The Incredibles. He appears during the opening of movie, robbing a bank using explosives. All of the characters line are in french adding to comedic effect this character has. Image and video hosting by TinyPic

    In the Meme

    In the meme, Bomb Voyage walks out of the vault with briefcases full of money. This scene is directly taken from the movie. This scene is usually combined with an explosion from another piece of media, making the explosion seem as if it was caused by Bomb Voyage himself.
    Image and video hosting by TinyPic

    Origin

    The meme can be credited to iFunny users, Tarantulord and Wario. It gained large popularity on the app, but outside the app, not so much.


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  • 05/17/17--14:05: Star Citizen
  • About

    Star Citizen is an upcoming video game by Cloud Imperium Games. The game is an MMO (massive multiplayer online game) and holds the record for the largest single amount ever raised via crowdsourcing.

    History

    On October 18th, 2012, Cloud Imperium Games and game designer Chris Roberts announced the production and release of Star Citizen via Kickstarter.[1] By November 19th, the game had already raised more than $5. million, surpassed their $2.1 million goal.[2] As of January 2017, the game has amassed more than $141 million from backers.[4]

    Originally slated for a 2014 release day, the game’s release has been fraught with setbacks. The game’s release was then moved to 2016, but after missing that deadline, the game’s developers have stated that the game is set for a 2017 release.

    On December 19th, 2014, Cloud Imperium a trailer for Star Citizen (shown below). The trailer has since received more than 1.9 million views.



    On August 16th, 2016, the Star Citizen YouTube account published a live walkthrough of the new demo (shown below, left) from Gamescom 2016. The video received more than 1.5 million views. The next day, the account uploaded just the gameplay of the presentation (shown below, right), which also received more than 1.5 millions views.



    Reception

    On December 27th, 2016, Wired[6] included Star Citizen in their 2016 Vaporware Awards reserved for games that have missed their release date. In their entry, Wired writes:

    It’s reasonable to imagine that Wing Commander creator Chris Roberts’ grand vision of an all-encompassing multiplayer virtual universe may never be truly completed. With over $130 million in crowdfunding cash, and more rolling in by the day, Roberts and his team have more resources than virtually any other game creator to fulfill their grand vision of interstellar travel, spaceship combat, first-person shooting, and probably five more game genres. The developer has been continually releasing alpha versions allowing fans (some of whom have paid thousands of dollars to “own” virtual ships) to knock around with what it’s done so far, but when will the full game actually be released? Heck if we know.

    The game has since been compared to No Man’s Sky, another MMO built on an ever-expanding engine. However, because that game failed to live up to the expectations of its fans, some have said that players look to Star Citizen to make good on No Man’s Sky’s promises.[8]

    Fandom

    On October 10th, 2012, the /r/starcitizen subreddit launched. Within four years, the subreddit had more than 100,000 subscribers.[3] On Twitter, the account @RobertsSpaceInd has more than 70,400 followers.[9] The Star Citizen Facebook page launched on October 30, 2013. It currently has more 150,000 likes and 147,000 followers.[10]

    According to Roberts,[7] the game has a community of over 1.6 million players.

    Impact

    In 2014, Guinness World Records named Star Citizen’s funding as the single largest amount ever raised via crowdsourcing with $39.6 million.[5] Through crowdfunding, the developers allowed users to play the finished parts of the game.

    Roberts explained the secret to the game’s successful crowfunding to Wired. He said:

    ““The big thing is the thing that we didn’t do. Most crowdfunding campaigns engage some people, convince them to become backers, and then the campaign stops. We didn’t stop.”

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  • 05/17/17--17:55: Blue diamond
  • Blue diamond is a character from Steven universe that God drepessed from pink diamond getting shattered but in the 1 hours spical Stevn Universe wanted she got angry.


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    About

    “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” is a famous 1979 Bluegrass song by the Charlie Daniels Band.

    Origin



    The song was first released on May 21st 1979 under Epic Records. It was Billboard’s top 50th song overall for 1979 [2] and was in the top 10 for seven weeks and in the top 40 for 12 weeks. [3] The song itself describes the Devil as needing a soul, and challenges a fiddler named Johnny to see who plays better. If Johnny wins, the Devil will give him a golden fiddle, but if he loses, the Devil get’s his soul. Despite the Devil being known to manipulate, cheat and lie in most stories where he is involved, Johnny wins the contest by simply playing better and wins the Golden Fiddle without any strings attached.

    Spread

    A cover of the song by Steve Ouimette appeared on the 2007 video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.

    On February 23, 2008, YouTuber Jordan Miller uploaded the song to YouTube. Despite it not being from an official outlet, the Video Gained over 18 million views within nine years [6]



    On June 16th, 2009 the Band Primus uploaded their cover of their son to their VEVO youtube account. This cover gained over 13 million views within eight years [7]



    The Song has also been covered and parodies by many others, including Futurama,The Muppets and Robot Chicken.

    On November 11th 2011 the Humor website Cracked published the article “5 Fictional Devils Who Kind of Seem Like Good Guys” [3], noting that “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” has no twist with Johnny winning the bet fair and square and without the Devil cursing him in any way.

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  • 05/12/17--01:37: Lidl Stingy
  • Lidl Stingy- Grillaa is a finnish song made for an summer ad for the german based store of Lidl
    the ad is ok but the part where ‘’Grillaa* starts playing is just weird
    the lyrics go like this in English ’’grill grill grill grill grill grill corn, grill grill grill grill sausages’’ the song is originally in Finnish and is about 2 minutes long it became a small meme when a handful of seventh graders made it a meme cause the song is just plain weird its more weirder than supply drop in MWR


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