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  • 10/31/17--12:23: Unnecessary Footnotes
  • About

    Unnecessary Footnotes refers to the tongue-in-cheek usage of footnotes to immediately contradict with what the meme’s author wrote.

    Origin

    The earliest known instance of the meme occurred on September 2nd, 2017. That day, Tumblr[1] user equalistmako wrote, "this just in.. The New Meme On The Block is unnecessary footnotes and anyone who doesn’t like this idea can kiss this¹
    _____________________

    ¹ my ass"

    The post (shown below) received more than 89,000 notes in two months.



    Spread

    The following week, numerous Tumblr users began using unnecessary footnotes to answer questions, make jokes and essentially provide honesty to their sarcastic posts. On September 3rd, Tumblr[1] user jilydiedmyass posted "You’ll stay with me? ¹ / ¹ Until the very end. The post (shown below, left) received more than 190 notes in two months.

    The next day, Tumblr[3] user mygayisshowing posted, “Am I straight? ¹ / ¹ hell no.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 1,900 notes in less than two months.



    Two weeks later, Tumblr[4] user bee-pd posted, “hey everyone! just wanted to say that right now i’m mentally stable¹ and i’m having a great day²! / ¹actually doing terrible: this is a cry for help ²another breakdown!!!” The post (shown below) received more than 4,500 notes in a month and a half.



    On October 29th, the meme was included and explained by the tumblr account and meme archivist memedocumentation.[5]

    That day, the meme’s creator, equalistmako, posted "The ‘footnotes meme’¹ is my greatest contribution to society / ¹ equalistmako, Tumblr, September 2nd 2017. The post (shown below) received more than 200 notes in three days.



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  • 10/31/17--12:45: Dr. Pig
  • About

    Dr. Pig is an anthropomorphic pig character from the 2006 animated film Barnyard. Online the character has been parodied in YouTube videos, Tumblr blogs and in an image macro series often captioned with variations of the phrase “I diagnose you with dead.”

    Origin

    Spread

    On February 1st, 2017, Instagram user @whaleweaves posted a screenshot of a text message conversation role-playing as Dr. Pig (shown below, left). On April 16th, Redditor CuteTorbjorn submitted a picture of Dr. Pig with the caption “When you told her she needs some vitamin D as a joke but then she actually dies of cancer” to /r/dankmemes[2] (shown below, right).



    On July 2nd, the AskDrPig[6] Tumblr blog was launched, featuring posts written from the perspective of the character. On July 20th, a post about Dr. Pig was submitted to the /co/ (Comics & Cartoons) board on 4chan (shown below).[1]



    On October 12th, Tumblr user notorious-business-man posted a screenshot of Dr. Pig with the caption “I diagnose you with dead” in a post referencing the Me, an Intellectual and Omae Wa Mou Shindeiru memes (shown below). Within two weeks, the post gathered more than 35,400 notes. On October 27th, Redditor PigMayor submitted a post titled “We🅱️MD” followed by the same captioned screenshot of Dr. Pig. Within one week, the post received upwards of 2,300 points (97% upvoted) on /r/dankmemes.[5]



    On October 30th, Redditor submitted a Dr. Pig image macro to /r/MemeEconomy,[4] asking “should I invest?” On October 31st, Instagram user @smiffmaff[3] posted a variation of the image featuring a joke about the Kevin Spacey sexual assault allegations (shown below).



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    [1]Fireden – /co/

    [2]Reddit – Dr pig

    [3]Instagram – @smiffmaff\

    [4]Reddit – Should I invest?

    [5]Reddit – /r/dankmemes

    [6]Tumblr – AskDrPig

    [7]Twitter – AskDrPig


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    Overview

    Corey Feldman’s TRUTH Documentary refers to a film actor Corey Feldman is attempting to crowd source the funds to make in which he will supposedly expose several child molesters in Hollywood, reigniting his claims that he and friend Corey Haim were sexually abused as child stars in the 1980s.

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  • 10/30/17--10:10: Pee Is Stored in the Balls
  • About

    Pee Is Stored in the Balls is a satirical factoid falsely claiming that men hold urine within their testicles. Online, the phrase is typically used as a humorous caption in various image macros.

    Origin

    On December 4th, 2013, Twitter user @J_M_Cook[1] tweeted the question “Is pee stored in the balls? #BonerQuestions” (shown below). The following day, the tweet was included in an article titled “What’s the Deal With Boners” on the women’s interest site Cosmopolitan.[2]


    Tweet by @J_M_Cook asking if pee is stored in the balls

    Spread

    Also on December 5th, 2013, model Christine Teigen tweeted the question, which gathered upwards of 5,000 likes and 2,400 retweets over the next four years.[6]


    Model Christine Teigen tweets ironically asking if pee is stored in the balls

    On May 13th, 2014, Redditor BottomOfTheBarrel submitted a post asking about the phrase to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[3]

    On March 29th, 2017, Twitter user @cushbomb tweeted a joke about urine being stored “in the balls” (shown below).


    Tweet by Matt Christman joking that he is Harvard educated, and asking if pee is stored in the balls

    On August 22nd, 2017, Instagram user aynalswag[4] posted a photograph of Winston Churchill with the fake quote “Pee is stored in the balls” (shown below, left). On September 18th, the Short Nigga Memes Facebook page posted a picture of a Guy Fawkes Mask captioned with “pee is stored in the balls” (shown below, right).


    Fake quote attributed to Winston Churchill about pee being stored in the ballsMeme of a Guy Fawkes Mask with caption that pee is stored in the balls

    On September 26th, the “Pee is stored in the balls” Facebook[5] page was created. On October 23rd, Redditor RazorJakeNWO posted a Snapple Facts photoshop with the message “Pee is stored in the balls” (shown below, left). Within one week, the post gained over 3,500 points on /r/dankmemes[7] (97% upvoted). On October 30th, Redditor Sweeney49 posted a photograph of Canadian actor Finn Wolfhard with the caption “If pee is stored in the balls, does that mean girls don’t pee?” to /r/dankmemes[8] (shown below, right).


    snapple bottle cap fun fact edited to look like it is stating that pee is stored in the ballsFinn Wolfhfard wondering if pee is stored in the balls, does that mean that girls don't pee?

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  • 10/30/17--11:12: Chowder
  • About

    Chowder is a animated series series created by C. H. Greenblatt about a young child named Chowder who dreams of becoming a chef someday that aired on Cartoon Network between 2007 and 2010.

    Premise

    The series follows an aspiring young child named Chowder and his day-to-day adventures as an apprentice in Chef Mung Daal’s catering company. Although he means well, Chowder often finds himself in predicaments due to his perpetual appetite and his nature as a scatterbrain.


    History

    During his time working on Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants, Greenblatt had been sketching various characters for his own animation series concept. Greenblatt originally based the premise on the idea of the sorcerer’s apprentice style of story, such as The Sword in the Stone. The plot devices were modified so that the story revolves around a master chef who teaches his young apprentice how to cook. Chowder himself was developed with no specific species in mind, but rather with the intentions of invoking the image of a child’s soft squeeze toy. Some of the inspiration comes from Dr. Seuss, with other inspiration from Saturday morning cartoons. Greenblatt pitched the concept to Cartoon Network, and two years later the series was approved with another year for production before the pilot episode aired. Greenblatt estimates he spent about seven years working on Chowder before the show made it to air in 2007.

    Reception

    Barry Garron of The Hollywood Reporter thought that the show would appeal to children and adults alike, using exotic artwork, unusual settings, and a zany cast of characters. On Toon Zone, Ed Liu expands on the animation and crazy antics of the characters, pointing that “the humor is kid-friendly without being juvenile” and praising it for getting laughs, “without resorting to an excess of toilet humor, even if Chowder’s pet happens to be a sentient fart cloud.” Aaron H. Bynum on Animation Insider wrote, “Featuring brightly colored environments, stylishly matted/fixed background artwork and humorously designed characters with unique personalities to boot, Chowder is one of the networks largest creative accomplishments in recent years.”

    Fanon

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    Related Memes

    OH NO! IT ALLWENTWRONG!!

    OH NO! IT ALLWENTWRONG!! is memorable quote by Chowder from an episode of Chowder. Online, people have used the scene as a the inspiration for YouTube remixes.


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  • 11/01/17--07:58: NAMBLA Protest Sign
  • Overview

    NAMBLA Protest Sign refers to a sign at a protest of a talk by right-wing media personality Mike Cernovich at New York City’s Columbia University that claims “No Pedo Bashing.” The sign has been reported on as planted by the alt-right in order to make the protestors appear to have sympathies for pedophiles, though Cernovich and noted Infowars writer Paul Joseph Watson have claimed that the reports of a plant are “fake news”.

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  • 11/01/17--08:45: Truck of Peace
  • About

    Truck of Peace, also known as the Islamic Truck of Tolerance, is a slang expression used in various online communities in “You Have Been Visited By”ASCII art and image macros when referring to motor vehicles used to kill pedestrians in terror attacks.

    Origin

    On July 14th, 2016, a Tunisian man drove a cargo truck into a crowd of people gathered in Nice, France, killing 84 and injuring an additional 202. Following the attackASCII art depicting a “truck of tolerance” or “truck of peace” began circulating on 4chan,[2][4] FunnyJunk, Facebook[6] and Reddit.[3]

    YOUHAVEBEENVISITED BY THEISLAMICTRUCK OF TOLERANCE

    ______________¶___
    |religion of peace ||l “”|””\__,_
    |______________|||||__|]
    ())*********()()**(@)

    POSTTHIS IN ANOTHERTHREAD OR THEPEACETRUCKWILLNEVERCOME TO YOURCOUNTRY

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    On July 17th, the internet humor site Starecat posted an image macro of a white truck with the caption “You have been visited by the Islamic Truck of Tolerance” (shown below).



    On July 26th, YouTuber SyeTen uploaded an animated video titled “Sexy Justice Warriors and the Truck of Peace,” in which an Islamic terrorist sings a song after running over French pedestrians in a white truck (shown below).



    Over the next year, an additional 10 “Truck of Peace” animations were uploaded to the channel.



    On December 21st, 2016, YouTuber Tree of Logic uploaded a video titled “The Truck of Peace Hits Berlin,” discussing a terrorist attack in which 12 people were killed and 56 were injured after a truck drove into a crowd near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin (shown below).



    2017 Lower Manhattan Truck Attack

    On October 31st, 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov killed eight people and injured 11 others by driving a rented truck into a bicycle path in Lower Manhattan, New York City. The following morning, CNN[7] reported that a note found near the truck claimed the attack was made in the name of ISIS. Following the attack, various posts made on 4chan and Reddit referred to the vehicle used as a “truck of peace.”[8][9]

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  • 11/01/17--10:02: Bill Nye Launch Sign
  • About

    Bill Nye Launch Sign refers to a series of photoshopexploitables based on a tweet from Bill Nye the Science Guy featuring a picture of him hold a white sign toward the camera.

    Origin

    On October 19th, 2017, Bill Nye tweeted a picture of himself holding a sign that reads, “LASTCHANCEFORLUNCHANDLAUNCH!” He captioned the tweet, “It’s your final chance to join me for the launch of Falcon Heavy, the most powerful rocket in the world. Carry on…” The tweet (shown below) received more than 120 retweets and 1,100 likes in less than three weeks.



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  • 11/01/17--10:22: Jack the Time Traveller
  • About

    Jack the Time Traveller is an exploitable webcomic in which a son travels back in time to when his parent’s conceived him and says a variety of humorous things accidentally thwarting his conception.

    Origin

    On February 17th, 2013, Deathbulge[1] released a comic titled “Jack the Time Traveller,” in which a boy teleports into his parent’s bedroom and asks “About to have sex are we??” before he begins to disappear (shown below).



    Spread

    On December 4th, 2013, Redditor Dxkingxd submitted an exploitable template of the comic along with a collection of edited variations taken from a thread on 4chan’s /b/ board (shown below). Prior to being archived, the post gathered upwards of 590 points (89% upvoted) and 30 comments on /r/4chan.[3]



    On October 31st, 2017, Redditor salty904 submitted an Overwatch-themed variation of the comic to /r/MemeEconomy (shown below).[2]



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  • 11/01/17--11:26: Candy Bar USB
  • About

    Candy Bar USB refers to an exploitable series of images in which USB flash drives are disguised as candy bars. In the exploitables, people say that instead of handing out candy on Halloween, they are handing out various audio clips in the drive.

    Origin

    On April 18th, 2011, ZOMG Candy[1] posted an image of a USB drive disguised as a Twix bar as part of a review of a Twix product (shown below).



    In late October 2015, a post pairing the image with a caption of a person hyping their mixtape began circulating around Tumblr (shown below). The post was originally by user yungrenaissance,[2] since deactivated. The post gained over 65,000 notes.



    Spread

    On October 31st, 2015,[3] a variation on the mixtape joke with a Kit Kat Bar USB appeared on Imgur (shown below).



    On December 31st, 2016, Instagram user desert_hobo_[4] uploaded an edit to the Kit Kat image, changing “mixtape” to Bee Movie (shown below), marking one of the earliest edits to turn the image into an exploitable.



    Over the course of the following year, other edits appeared involving various other humorous pieces of audio, with a surge of edits appearing around Halloween that year. On October 22nd, 2017, a Facebook parody page of Kim Jong Un posted an edit[5] that gained over 1,700 likes and reactions (shown below, left). On October 31st, 2017, an image referencing Marxist Literature was posted to /r/MemeEconomy[6]



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  • 11/01/17--11:48: Dole Dippers
  • About

    Dole Dippers is an animated advertisement for the the ice cream Dole Dippers, which features two wealthy ape women seated by the pool that are delivered a plate of the frozen snack by their penguin servant. Online, the commercial has spawned several remix variations and a series of Deep Fried image macros.

    Origin

    On July 28th, 2015, the animation studio Luma uploaded a commercial commissioned by Dole for their Dole Dippers brand of ice cream (shown below). In the animated advertisement, a penguin delivers a silver platter of frozen, chocolate-covered banana snacks to a pair of primates sunbathing by a pool.



    Spread

    On December 9th, 2016, YouTuber Nick uploaded a YouTube poop-style remix of the commercial titled “🅱️ole 🅱️ippers” (shown below, left).


    On September 18th, 2017 YouTuber Alex Kooper uploaded a similar remix of the commercial (shown below, left). On October 8th, 2017, YouTuber Dank Conspiracy Nut uploaded the commercial dubbed with a person making ape noises in the background (shown below, right).



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    About

    The Year Is 2016 And You Are Laughing At The Pictures Online refers to a bleak copypasta about memes and isolation. It has appeared in various jokes since first being posted in 2016.

    Origin

    On July 25th, 2016, Google Plus[1] user Tigerlily Maynard posted the copypasta to her account, they note the text was “originally posted by ****.” The text reads:

    The year is 2016 and you are laughing at the pictures online.
    The pictures are funny because you understand the contextual foundation of the jokes. This understanding makes you feel included, as if you’re part of an inside-joke.
    You look to your left, then to your right. You’re actually alone.
    You’ve felt alone for years, but the pictures online help you to forget that. The pictures online make you feel like you’re having genuine shared experience.
    You know deep down the experience is not genuine, because there is a void in your heart that even the freshest meme could never fill.

    Spread

    On August 12th, 2016, an upload of a picture featuring a hamster running across a keyboard in one frame and the copypasta in another frame was uploaded to Imgur (shown below).

    On August 19th, 2016, the text was shared to /r/copypasta.[2] It was shared in a humorous green text story on 4chan on the 22nd.[3] On May 7th, 2017, an edit to the copypasta featuring a dog was uploaded to Imgur

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  • 11/01/17--13:26: #My4WordCauseOfDeath
  • About

    #My4WordCauseOfDeath is a Twitterhashtag in which people tweet four words explaining how they will die that trended in late October of 2017.

    Origin

    On October 30th, 2017, Twitter account @CrashTagsFun[1] tweeted out the hashtag game, gaining 42 retweets and 66 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    Over the following two days, hundreds of Twitter users played the hashtag game, causing the hashtag to trend globally.[2] Most of the the tweets involved minor causes of death. For example, one of the most popular tweets, posted by @writerlike1[3] used the words “Stepped on a lego,” gaining over 290 retweets (shown below, left). A tweet by @alsoANGRYref[4] referenced Hold My Beer and gained over 110 retweets (shown below, right). The hashtag was covered by EatPrayVote blog.[5]



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    About

    Hillary Clinton Russia Uranium One Conspiracy Theory refers to the unsubstantiated conspiracy theory that former Secretatary of State Hillary Clinton approved a deal that transferred control of 20% of the United States’ uranim to a Russian company in exchange a $145 million donation to the Clinton Foundation.

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  • 11/01/17--14:50: Márk (aka Funny guy)
  • Demigod, god of jokes and memes


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  • 10/31/17--08:09: Ice Poseidon
  • About

    Ice Poseidon is the online handle of vlogger and livestreamer Paul Denino, best known for streaming the game Runescape and for broadcasting various real-life pranks.

    History

    YouTube Channel

    In January 2015, Denino began posting Runescape videos to YouTube (shown below).



    On May 31st, 2017, Denino posted a video titled “Speed Dating College Girls (Police Called For Hate Speech)”, in which he set up a speed dating booth to mock students at the University of California, Los Angeles (shown below, left). On July 20th, 2017, he uploaded footage from a livestream in which he accumulated upwards of $5,000 while sleeping for eight hours (shown below, right). Within three months, the video received more than 1.8 million views and 4,500 comments.



    Twitch Channel

    In May 2015, Denino created the Ice Poseidon channel on Twitch, where he initially streamed himself playing the game Runescape. Eventually, Denino began streaming pranks out of his home using a custom-made portable streaming setup. Denino’s channel was permanently banned from the site following a swatting incident in late April 2017.

    Subreddit

    On October 19th, 2015, the /r/Ice_Poseidon[4] subreddit was launched for discussions about Denino’s content. Within two years, the community gathered upwards of 56,000 subscribers. In late October 2017, a post on the subreddit featuring a screen capture of Denino appearing to hold a vibrator to nude model Aria Nina reached the frontpage of Reddit, gathering upwards of 48,500 points (57% upvoted) and 1,700 comments within 14 hours.[5]

    Twitter

    In May 2016, Denino created the @RealIcePoseidon[2] Twitter account, which gathered upwards of 115,000 followers over the next 15 months.

    Controversies

    Swatting

    On April 27th, 2017, Denino was escorted off of an airplane after a bomb threat was called in using his name. The following day, YouTube smeep cx uploaded footage of Denino reacting to the swatting (shown below, left). The following day, Denino was permanently banned from Twitch for revealing his location on the livestreaming platform.[3] That day, smeep cx uploaded a video showing various streamers reactions to the ban (shown below, right).



    N-Word Controversy

    In early September 2017, Denino streamed an argument with a Black man over his use of the word “nigga” (shown below). On September 7th, a clip of the incident was submitted to /r/LivestreamFAIL,[6] where it received more than 1,400 points (79% upvoted) and 890 comments over the next month.



    News Media Coverage

    On June 9th, 2017, Rolling Stone[7] published an article about Denino titled “On Air With LA’s Most Wanted Man, ‘Life Streamer’ Ice Poseidon.” On August 28th, the No Jumper YouTube channel uploaded an interview with Denino, which received more than 355,000 views and 2,900 comments over the next two months (shown below).



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  • 11/01/17--20:38: The anti-ftm
  • Tylar Ingles is a female-to-male transgender who, previously ungoogleable, was first in line at Jordan B Peterson’s speech at Western University In London, Ontario on March 16th 2017. He had a sign with the famous Voltaire misquote “I disapprove of what you say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it” by Evelyn Beatrice Hall, afterwards he had the sign signed by Jordan Peterson, making the pepe on the sign questionably the actual rarest pepe in existance, as it’s Jordan Peterson “Approved”. Tylar was the first to ask a question to him after his speech was over, but no video has surfaced.

    Following the initial speech Tylar was interviewed for the London Free Press and was featured on Andrew Lawton’s radio talk show. A photo of him standing with Jordan Peterson, his sign, and with a MAGA hat; was sensationalized on /pol/ while Jordan Peterson was in high hype, constantly being posted by the (presumably) same anti-trans sperg in every thread, causing every Jordan Peterson thread to derail into the confusion if you can both be “sorted” and transgender at the same time.
    Every time Tylar was posted, posters would either love or hate him, calling him a kekeistani. But, someone else would inform them that Tylar was, in fact, a transgender, and it the thread would blow up wit both transphobic and “Our trans” posts.

    At PRIDE london 2017 he dressed as woman and held a “CISHETPRIDE” sign to raise awareness about how publicly CISHET hate is acceptable, and how there’s a double standard when it comes to pride events, and strait and heterosexual people aren’t allowed to show their pride while others who aren’t the majority can. Most noteable is the gif that was circulating of him twerking ontop of the rainbow crosswalk in the middle of the parade.

    Today, he’s often found sperging out on the internet, often shitposting and double backing on his own statements, it’s unclear if he’s trolling or really that stupid.


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  • 10/31/17--08:09: Ice Poseidon
  • About

    Ice Poseidon is the online handle of vlogger and livestreamer Paul Denino, best known for streaming the game Runescape and for broadcasting various real-life pranks.

    History

    YouTube Channel

    In January 2015, Denino began posting Runescape videos to YouTube (shown below).



    On May 31st, 2017, Denino posted a video titled “Speed Dating College Girls (Police Called For Hate Speech)”, in which he set up a speed dating booth to mock students at the University of California, Los Angeles (shown below, left). On July 20th, 2017, he uploaded footage from a livestream in which he accumulated upwards of $5,000 while sleeping for eight hours (shown below, right). Within three months, the video received more than 1.8 million views and 4,500 comments.



    Twitch Channel

    In May 2015, Denino created the Ice Poseidon channel on Twitch, where he initially streamed himself playing the game Runescape. Eventually, Denino began streaming pranks out of his home using a custom-made portable streaming setup. Denino’s channel was permanently banned from the site following a swatting incident in late April 2017.

    Subreddit

    On October 19th, 2015, the /r/Ice_Poseidon[4] subreddit was launched for discussions about Denino’s content. Within two years, the community gathered upwards of 56,000 subscribers. In late October 2017, a post on the subreddit featuring a screen capture of Denino appearing to hold a vibrator to nude model Aria Nina reached the frontpage of Reddit, gathering upwards of 48,500 points (57% upvoted) and 1,700 comments within 14 hours.[5]

    Twitter

    In May 2016, Denino created the @RealIcePoseidon[2] Twitter account, which gathered upwards of 115,000 followers over the next 15 months.

    Controversies

    Swatting

    On April 27th, 2017, Denino was escorted off of an airplane after a bomb threat was called in using his name. The following day, YouTube smeep cx uploaded footage of Denino reacting to the swatting (shown below, left). The following day, Denino was permanently banned from Twitch for revealing his location on the livestreaming platform.[3] That day, smeep cx uploaded a video showing various streamers reactions to the ban (shown below, right).



    N-Word Controversy

    In early September 2017, Denino streamed an argument with a Black man over his use of the word “nigga” (shown below). On September 7th, a clip of the incident was submitted to /r/LivestreamFAIL,[6] where it received more than 1,400 points (79% upvoted) and 890 comments over the next month.



    News Media Coverage

    On June 9th, 2017, Rolling Stone[7] published an article about Denino titled “On Air With LA’s Most Wanted Man, ‘Life Streamer’ Ice Poseidon.” On August 28th, the No Jumper YouTube channel uploaded an interview with Denino, which received more than 355,000 views and 2,900 comments over the next two months (shown below).



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