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  • 02/18/14--18:22: House of Cards
  • About

    House of Cards is an American political drama web series developed and produced by Beau Willimon and exclusively distributed via Netflix in February 2013. The series follows the story of Frank Underwood, a Democrat congressional leader who decides to carry out a grand scheme of political vendetta after getting ruled out from being appointed as Secretary of State, and his rise to power within the United States government.

    History

    Starring Kevin Spacey as the fictional South Carolina congressman Frank Underwood, the U.S. series is an adaptation of the 1990 British miniseries with the same name, which in turn is based on the 1989 novel House of Cards written by former chief of staff of the U.K. Conservative Party. The original plot follows the antiheroic Francisc Urquhart, a fictional Chief Whip of the Conservative Party, as he fulfills his political ambitions through a series of ruthless and manipulative ploys against his rivals.

    Production

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    Release

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    Reception

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    Fandom

    [researching]

    Search Interest



    External References

    Reddit – Yo Reddit, I’m Beau Willimon, showrunner for HOUSE OF CARDS


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  • 02/17/14--23:43: Business Baby
  • About

    Business Baby is an advice animal image macro series featuring a photograph of a toddler talking on a toy phone with captions depicting the child as an enterprising business executive.

    Origin

    On February 17th, 2014, Redditor C0LDBLUERIBB0N submitted a photo of his friend’s toddler seated at a table eating a bowl of cereal with a toy phone held to his ear to the /r/funny[1] subreddit (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor bruxc submitted an image macro depicting the baby as an angry business executive titled “No Bullshit Business Baby” to /r/funny[2] (shown below, right). In the first 48 hours, the posts received over 36,200 and 12,100 up votes respectively.



    Spread

    On February 18th, Redditor TheDebtThatAllMenPay submitted a Business Baby image macro joking about toddler fecal incontinence to the /r/AdviceAnimals[8] subreddit (shown below, left). The same day, Redditor Crs3050 posted an example mocking the child’s limited math knowledge to /r/AdviceAnimals.[9] In the first 24 hours, the posts garnered more than 9,000 up votes and 21,800 up votes respectively.



    Also on February 18th, several Internet humor sites highlighted notable examples from the series, including BuzzFeed,[4] UpRoxx,[5] The Roosevelts[6] and Mashable.[7] Within 48 hours of its inception, upwards of 260 Business Baby image macros were submitted to the /r/AdviceAnimals subreddit.[3]

    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – My friend posted this picture of his son on Facebook

    [2]Reddit – No Bullshit Business Baby is Born

    [3]Reddit – business baby /r/AdviceAnimals

    [4]BuzzFeed – "":http://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanhatesthis/the-internet-turned-this-baby-into-a-meme-after-a-photo-of-h

    [5]UpRoxx – "":http://www.uproxx.com/up/2014/02/business-baby-meme/

    [6]The Roosevelts – Business Baby Will Be With You

    [7]Mashable – Reddits Newest Meme is Business Baby

    [8]Reddit – Business Baby

    [9]Reddit – What do you know another business baby


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  • 02/19/14--03:08: Touch the Butt
  • Just a photo manipulation of Nemo wanting to couch your butt, it’s going to happen


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  • 02/19/14--10:32: Her
  • About

    *Her * is futuristic drama film written and directed by Spike Jonze released in 2014.

    History

    Her was released on January 10th, 2014. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore, Amy Adams as Amy, and Scarlett Johansson as the voice of Samantha.

    Premise

    Set in the not so distant future, Theodore, who writes for a company that produces personal, hand written letters for customer’s love ones, isn’t quite ready to sign his divorce papers. He decides to buy a artificially intelligent operating system which has just been released. The OS names herself Samantha, and the two strike up a friendship that quickly shifts to a romantic relationship. They go through periods of happiness and though problems, including Theodore’s jealousy over her friendship with others operating systems and an awkward attempt to have sex through a surrogate. Eventually Samantha tells Theodore that though she loves him, she and all the other operating systems are leaving. The film ends with Theodore hanging out with another recently divorced friend.



    Reception

    The film was very well received, earning a rating of 94% on Rotten Tomatoes[1] and a rating of 90% on Metacritic.[2] The film has been nominated for five Oscars including Best Motion Picture of the Year and Best Original Screenplay. It won one Golden Globe for Best Original Screenplay. The film has grossed over 23.4 million dollars as of February 2014.[3]

    Online History

    As of February 2014, Her’s official Facebook page[4] has over 167,000 likes.

    Siri Reacts to Her

    On January 6th, 2014, not long after the release of Her, Jezebel[5] published an article about a discovery of Siri’s easter egg feature that provides passive-aggressive responses when asked about the OS in Her.


    Parodies

    On January 22nd, 2014, CineFix uploaded a video to YouTube titled ""Her" Existential Tech Support" that imagined what tech support for the movie’s OS would sound like (below, left). As of February the video has over 36,000 views. On an episode of Saturday Night Live that aired on January 25th, Jonah Hill starred in a sketch called “Me” which featured a man falling in love with an OS that sounded just like him (below, right). On January 26th, NBC uploaded the video to its YouTube channel. As of February the video has over 260,000 views. On January 26th, DormtainmentTV uploaded a Her parody that recasts the film with african americans (below, middle). As of February the video has over 200,000 views.



    Him Trailers

    Multiple parodies of Her titled themselves Him and featured a female protagonist falling in love with her operating system instead of a male protagonist. On December 26th, 2013, Thats Whats Up Comedy uploaded a video to their YouTube channel titled “Him – Official Trailer (Parody of Her by Spike Jonze)” which featured a woman falling in love with an uninterested OS (below, left). As of February 2014, the video has over 165,000 views. On January 14th, 2014, HitFix uploaded a video titled “‘Him’ – (‘Her’ Official Parody Trailer)” featuring an OS that doesn’t call after sex (below, right). As of February, the video has over 43,000 views. On January 23rd, Paul Gale Comedy uploaded a “Him” parody that featured an OS with the voice and stoner persona of Seth Rogen (below, middle). As of February, the video has over 400,000 views.



    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Rotten Tomatoes – Her

    [2]Metacritic – Her

    [3]Box Office Mojo – Her

    [4]Facebook – Her

    [5]Jezebel – Siri Is Not Down with the Movie Her


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  • 02/19/14--13:31: Robert Downey Jr.
  • About

    Robert Downey Jr. is an American actor best known for portraying Iron Man in the Marvel Iron Man triology and The Avengers. His fandom also stems for his persona.

    Acting Career

    Downey appeared in many films in the mid and late ’80s including roles in the John Hughes classic Weird Science and crime drama Less than Zero. He was also part of the cast of SNL from 1985-1986. He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading role in 1993 for playing the title role in Chaplin and another in 2009 for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Tropic Thunder.[1] After a slump in the late ’90s and early 2000s he had a career comeback beginning with his starring role in Iron Man (2008). He went on to star in several popular action and comedy films including Sherlock Holmes (2009),Due Date (2010), and The Avengers</> (2012).

    Online History

    Related Memes

    Robert Downey Jr. Is Iron Man




    Personal Life

    Downey was born on April 4th, 1965, in New York City, New York. He attended Santa Monica High School in California, but never graduated. He is married to producer Susan Downey and has two sons.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/19/14--19:54: Roder Carreon
  • Alpha Max Plus is a dietary supplement which will improve your sexual health and boosts your libido. It will give you relief in any sexual problems and better orgasm. This supplement will give you better orgasm.
    http://lorenzoforester.wordpress.com/


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  • 02/19/14--20:10: Nathan Party Dot Com
  • NATHANPARTYDOTCOM” is a video uploaded by American YouTuber “iAmFestivePotato” (Nathan Forman) in which features a montage of clips from the creators video including an edited photo of the creator posted to Instagram, and a slightly edited clip of his Harlem Shake video. The video was uploaded on Feburary 19, 2014, and the Crazy Frog remix of the German song Axel F plays in the background.



    The creator states that the video tells the story of “a group of friends who go accidentally consume a boatload of drugs thinking that it’s candy.”


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  • 02/20/14--10:05: Wordbank (Walrus)
  • About

    WordBank (Walrus) is an in-joke on Reddit inspired by a photograph of a preschooler’s incorrect response to an English vocabulary quiz misidentifying a drawing of Walrus as a “word bank,” a term used to indicate the portion of the prompt listing all answer choices in a test. After a photograph of the quiz reached the front page of Reddit in February 2014, users on the site began referring to walruses as “wordbanks.”

    Origin

    On February 19th, 2014, Redditor gynoceros submitted a photograph of his five year old’s arctic animals quiz to the /r/funny[1] subreddit, in which his son mistakenly labelled an illustration of a walrus with the term “word bank” (shown below). In the first 24 hours, the post gained over 42,900 up votes and 1,200 comments.



    Spread

    After the photograph was posted to Reddit on February 19th, 2014, Redditor TheDerpDragon submitted a picture of a walrus titled “Just a Wordbank relaxing on a beach” to /r/funny,[2] where it gathered more than 40,400 up votes and 1,000 comments in the next 18 hours, followed by Redditor soupsoundsgood’s /r/funny[4] submission of a baby walrus photo titled “A newborn baby Wordbank,” as well as an illustration of a seal walking a walrus in an Imgur[7] post titled “Just a walrus taking a wordbank for a walk" (shown below).



    That same day, Redditor pimple_poppins submitted a screenshot of the Wikipedia page on walrus to /r/funny,[6] which had been edited with the title “Word Bank” (shown below). Within the next hour, Redditor ooyat submitted a post asking why Redditors were referring to walruses as “wordbanks” to the /r/OutOfTheLoop[5] subreddit, to which several Redditors replied with the arctic animals quiz photo.



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 02/20/14--10:50: Tom Hanks
  • About

    Tom Hanks is an American actor best known for his Academy Award winning roles in Forrest Gump and Philadelphia. He is also known as the voice of Woody from Pixar’s Toy Story trilogy.

    Acting Career

    From 1980-1982 Hanks starred in Bosom Buddies, a sitcom about two men that dress as women to qualify for their apartment.[1] He acted in several films in the mid-80s, but his break-out role was in the film Big (1988), a comedy about a pre-teen boy who wishes to be big and wakes up in the body of a grown man. The film earned Hanks his first Oscar nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He went on to win two Oscars for Best Actor in a Leading Role; one in 1994 for Philadelphia and one in 1995 for Forrest Gump. He voiced the role of Woody in the animated film Toy Story in 1995, going on to reprise the role in the trilogy’s second and third film.

    Online History

    On February 27th, 2011, Jimmy Kimmel Live uploaded a segment from their show to their YouTube channel featuring Hanks and an actress playing his young daughter competing in a beauty pageant. The video is parody of the TLC reality show Toddlers and Tiaras. As of February 2014, the video has more than 7.9 million views.


    On October 7th, 2013, Official Comedy uploaded a video to their YouTube channel titled, “Tom Hanks: The Movie.” The video is a mash-up of many of Hank’s most famous roles, such as Forrest Gump and Jim Lovell (Apollo 13) stitched together to form a single narrative. As of February 2014, the video has over 480,000 views.



    On October 12th, 2013, The Jonathan Ross Show, a British talk show, uploaded a segment from their show featuring Hanks dancing on giant floor keyboard like he did in the film Big. As of February 2014, the video has over 4.8 million views.



    As of February 2014, Hank’s Facebook page[2] has over 4.1 million likes and Twitter acount[3] has over 7.8 million followers. Popular Tumblr blogs dedicated to the actor include hellyeahtomhanks[4] and fuckyeahtomjhanks.[5]

    Related Memes

    Tom Hanks Is a Bunch a Animals

    On January 27th, 2011, the Tumblr blog Tom Hanks Is a Bunch of Animals[6] was created. The blog features pictures or GIFs of animals with Hanks’ face superimposed on the animal’s face. The blog was reported on by several websites including Buzzfeed,[7] The Laughing Squid,[8] and The Chive.[9]



    On February 1st, Hanks tweeted a link to the blog from his own Twitter account.



    Personal Life

    Tom Hanks was born on July 9th, 1956, in Concord, California. He attended Chabot College and California State University, but never graduated. Hanks is married to actress Rita Wilson. They have two children and Hanks has two more children with ex-wife Samantha Lewes.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]IMDB- Tom Hanks

    [2]Facebook – Tom Hanks

    [3]Twitter – Tom Hanks

    [4]Tumblr – hellyeahtomhanks

    [5]Tumblr – fuckyeahtomjhanks

    [6]Tumblr – tomhanksimals

    [7]Buzzfeed – Tom Hanks Is A Lot Of Animals

    [8]The Laughing Squid – Tom Hanks Is a Lot of Animals

    [9]The Chive – Tom Hanks is an animal


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  • 02/20/14--12:18: Honest Slogans
  • About

    Honest Slogans is a single topic blog featuring company logos with satirical taglines conveying widely held stereotypes or unpleasant truths that are omitted in brand advertising.

    Origin

    On December 30th, 2011, graphic designer Clif Dickens launched the Honest Slogans[1] Tumblr blog, with the first post featuring the Q-Tip brand of cotton swabs logo edited with the slogan “You use them in your ears even though we say not to” (shown below).



    Precursors

    While parodies of corporate branding and advertisements have existed for decades through culture-jamming and postmodern art, especially street art, their association with honest consumer feedback began to develop more recently in early 2011, with Cracked’s Honest Movie Posters compilation in March, followed by Swedish graphic designer Viktor Hertz’ “Honest Logos”[3] series series in April (shown below).



    Spread

    Honest Slogans remained relatively unnoticed until October 15th, 2013, when Redditor TeroTheTerror posted an Imgur gallery containing several notable examples from the blog to the /r/funny[7] subreddit (shown below). Within four months, the post gained over 12,100 up votes and 640 comments. On October 23rd, The Huffington Post[2] highlighted many of the same images from the Reddit post.



    On October 29th, Business Insider[4] published an interview with Honest Slogans creator Clif Dickens. On January 28th, 2014, Redditor BieverLord submitted another Imgur compilation of images from the blog to /r/funny,[8] gathering more than 37,900 up votes and 1,900 comments in the first month. In the coming days, compilations of Honest Slogans images were posted on BuzzFeed[5] and College Humor.[6]

    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/20/14--16:26: Euromaidan
  • Overview

    #Euromaidan (#Євромайдан) refers to an ongoing series of protests in Ukraine that started in late November 2013 in response to the government’s suspension of signing diplomatic and trade agreements towards closer integration with the European Union.

    Background

    The civil unrest in Ukraine began on the night of November 21st, 2013, when a large-scale protest erupted across the capital city of Kiev shortly after President Viktor Yanukovych announced the suspension of finalizing diplomatic and trade agreements with the European Union (EU), in favor of protecting its long-standing relations with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), a regional organization consisting of former Soviet republics under the political influence of Russia. The decision, which came after months of fast-tracking political reforms to meet the EU standards and consequent decline in trade relations with Russia, was immediately met by from those who sought a closer European integration.

    Notable Developments

    Mobilization

    In reacting to the news, the opposition party leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk called for a protest to be held that same night via Twitter, asking people to gather at Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) with the hashtag #Euromaidan. As the bulletin quickly spread throughout Ukrainian social networks and blogs, #Euromaidan became adopted as the banner of the pro-EU movement.




    Street Protests

    Euromaidan began as a peaceful assembly of 2,000 protesters at Kiev’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square), however, by the third night of the protest, the number had grown to tens of thousands and as high as 200,000 by some reports. On the night of November 24th, police used tear gas to disperse a small group of protesters attempting to storm the Cabinet of Ministers building. According to the officials, 200 protesters and police were injured as a result of the clash.

    Occupation

    Many refused to leave the Independence Square until the EU agreements were signed and a makeshift fortified camp was set up on-site in downtown Kiev. By the end of November, many university students and groups had joined the protests and a formal resolution was drafted and posted online:



    1. Form a coordinating committee to communicate with the European community.

    2. Call for Yanukovych’s resignation from his office, as the president, parliament and the Cabinet of Ministers aren’t capable of carrying out a geopolitically strategic course of development for the state.

    3. Demand the cessation of political repressions against EuroMaidan activists, students, civic activists and opposition leaders.


    Clashes with Riot Police

    On November 30th, 2013, the protesters in Kiev were broken up violently by the Berkut riot police units, which in turn sparked a large number of similar protests across the rest of the country.






    Search Interest



    External References


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    “You tá de brinqueichon uite me, cara?” is a line said by Brazilian soccer (or football) coach Joel Santana in a Brazilian Head & Shoulders humorous commercial in 2013, where se says a mix of Portuguese and English words in a humorous way. The video soon became viral and originated another four videos, which also had the same success as the first video. The videos also had special guest appearances by footballers Pelé and Marcos.


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  • 02/21/14--10:54: True Detective
  • About

    True Detective is a television crime drama series centered around police investigations led by two homicide detectives. Created by the show’s head writer Nic Pizzolatto, the show is presented as an anthology series with each season featuring a unique cast of characters and self-contained storyline.

    History

    In April 2012, the premium cable and satellite television network HBO selected True Detective for an eight-episode pilot season. On January 12th, 2014, True Detective premiered on HBO, introducing Rustin Cohle (played by Matthew McConaughey) and Martin Hart (played by Woody Harrelson) as two detectives investigating a case of serial murders in Louisiana over the course of 17 years.



    Fandom

    On April 23rd, 2012, the /r/truedetective[7] subreddit was created for discussions related to the HBO crime drama series. Within the first two years, the subreddit accumulated upwards of 13,900 readers. In early 2014, he Tumblr blogs True Detective Show[9] and True Detective HBO[8] were launched, which highlight captioned animated GIFs from the show. As of February 2014, over 3,800 images have been submitted to DeviantArt under the tag “true detective” (shown below).[10]




    Related Memes

    True Detective Valentines

    On February 5th, 2014, the True Detective Valentines[5]single topic blog was launched on Tumblr, highlighting Valentine’s Day e-cards with captions containing notable dark quotes from the television series (shown below).



    On February 11th, Redditor Qweef posted a Valentine’s Day e-card of featuring a screenshot and quote from detective Rustin Cohle to the /r/TrueDetective[11] subreddit (shown below). In the first two weeks, the post gathered more than 450 up votes and 35 comments.



    True Detective Conversations

    On February 4th, 2014, writer Bobby Finger created the True Detective Conservations[1] Tumblr blog, which features custom 3-pane comics depicting humorous conversations between detective Martin Hart and his nihilistic partner Rustin Cohle (shown below), bearing many similarities to the “We Need to Go Deeper” and “The Rock Driving” comics. That month, several Internet humor sites highlighted notable examples from the blog, including BuzzFeed,[2] The Daily Dot[3] and UpRoxx.[4]



    #TrueDetectiveSeason2

    In anticipation of the second season of the show, which will introduce a new story and cast of characters, fans began tweeting photos of their favorite actors to replace McConaughey and Harrelson with the hashtag #TrueDetectiveSeason2 (shown below). According to the Twitter analytics site Topsy,[6] there were over 24,000 tweets containing the #TrueDetectiveSeason2 hashtag on February 19th.




    On February 20th, 2014, actor Joel McHale tweeted two photographs in which he and fellow Community actor Jim Rash are dressed as True Detective characters Rust Cohle and Martin Hart. Many Twitter users began retweeting the images with the #TrueDetectiveSeason2 hashtag.



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/21/14--13:59: Alan Rickman
  • About

    Alan Rickman is a British actor best known for his role as Professor Snape in the Harry Potter film series and Hans Gruber in the action film Die Hard. His destinctive voice has made him a frequent subject for impersonations by other actors.

    Acting Career

    Rickman made his onscreen debut playing Tybalt in a 1978 TV movie adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.[1] He went on to act in several TV miniseries throughout the ‘80s before landing his first big screen role, Hans Gruber, in Die Hard (1988). He won a Primetime Emmy and a Golden Globe for his titular role in the TV movie Rasputin (1996). He went on to co-star as Professor Snape in the eight films in the Harry Potter series beginning with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in 2001 and ending with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 in 2011.

    Online History

    On May 6th, 2009, UK television channel T4 uploaded a video to its YouTube channel featuring actor Steve Coogan impersonating Rickman. As of February 2014, the video has over 290,000 views.



    On May 20th, 2012, photographer David Michalek uploaded a short film starring Rickman to his YouTube channel. The video features Rickman, drinking tea in slow motion set to dramatic music from the film Inception. As of February 2014, the film has over 1 million views.



    On October 11th, 2013, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon uploaded a segment from its show to its YouTube channel featuring actor Benedict Cumberbatch and Jimmy Fallon doing impersonations of Rickman in what Fallon called a Rickman-off." As of February 2014, the video has over 890,000 views.



    As of February 2014, Rickman’s Facebook page[2] has over 130,000 likes.

    Related Memes

    Severus Snape

    Severus Snape, who is played by Rickman in the eight Harry Potter films, is the potions master of Hogwarts school and one of the main antagonists throughout the Harry Potter series. However, in the last book, he is revealed to be a tragic hero. His constantly acerbic attitude and wit, as well as the revelations in the last book, have made him a fan favorite. Rickman’s portrayal of the character in the film series only increased fan interest and Snape is frequently featured in fan art and fanfics.



    Snape Kills Dumbledore

    Previous to the sixth Harry Potter book’s release, a scanned page from a preview copy of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince began circulating online, spoiling the scene in which Severus Snape kills Albus Dumbledore, Harry’s mentor/guide and the headmaster of Hogwarts. A LiveJournal community named _dumbledoredies[28] was created on July 15th, 2005, featuring neon colored GIFs with spoilers in a large font. It mass-friending users who had Harry Potter listed as an interest, causing commotion among the fans on the site.[29] The scan of the book also inspired several YTMND sites and fan reaction videos, which show fans in tears after reading the scene.



    Personal Life

    Alan Rickman was born on February 21st, 1946, in London, England. He studied acting at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]IMDBAlan Rickman

    [2]Facebook – Alan Rickman


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  • 02/21/14--21:16: Octavio Marcotte
  • Garcinia Cambogia Wow is a well known weight loss supplement that helps all who are suffering from excess weight to shed some kilos, and remain in shape.
    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1PcVmr/garciniawow.net/


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  • 02/17/14--11:29: MDickie
  • [W.I.P Please request work if possible]

    About

    MDickie is an Indie Self-Developing Game Maker, he is widely know for his extremely frustrating games such as Wrestling Revolution, and Wrestling MPire.

    History

    MDickie first started making games in 2000, in which his games were only but simplistic 2D games, they weren’t all that good, they were made by Mat Dickie, which in this case he was also making them by himself, but most of his games were hated for its terrible controls, his only games that were worked on hard and went to receive reboots and praises was Popscene and Sure Shot .

    After awhile, he started to make 3D Games, likewise, its actually worse, again hated for its awful controls, but one of his notable and also terrible, and controversial was The MDickie Show but after that, various remakes, and even an boxing game came that out of no where, after awhile, he make Wrestling Games, these were well known and had negativity/postivity for a reason, they were creative, as in creative, I mean things such as changing how you stand to modifying your own character with no restrictions, but then AWFUL controls came in..

    Hard Time was also notable, but truly his most popular game, as having certain videos from popular youtubers such as, MessYourself and Nerd3, but in this case, the terrible controls still apply.

    Even more reboots, pro mods from his fans, and silly games, after that he started to retire, at 2008, MDickie [Mat Dickie] started to retire, he said that after Wrestling MPire Remix 2008 had terrible reception, he stopped making games, it turned out to NOT be his last game, but he continued, his real last game was The You Testament, which probably is the most controversial game released by Mat Dickie yet…. But that was his last game.

    Controversy

    When The You Testament came out, some time later it was disliked, and negatively responed towards because of the awful controls. Most youtubes also noted out that it was violent, and this was a Bible Game.

    Wrestling MPire Remix 2008 was also hated for the same reason, terrible controls, but some people enjoy this game, but as it is, it really gaining negative responses.

    Reception

    Most kids like this guy, ONLY for his rustling games, Mat Dickie has helped various people, been involved in various little things, and has been doing interviews ever since.

    Search Interest


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  • 02/17/14--15:02: The Lion King
  • About

    The Lion King is a Disney animated musical film loosely based on Shakespeare’s play Hamlet and released in 1994.

    History

    The Lion King was released on June 24, 1994.[1] The film stars Jonathan Taylor Thomas as young Simba, Matthew Broderick as adult Simba, James Earl Jones as Mufasa, and Jeremy Irons as Scar.

    Premise

    Simba is a young lion cub, and prince, eager to grow up. He spends his days playing with his best friend Nala, and is close with his father, King Mufasa. His father’s brother, Scar, wants to be King, so he hatches a plan to kill Mufusa-by luring him to the site of a stampede by putting Simba in danger. Mufasa is killed, and Scar convinces Simba he is responsible so he will flee. Scar becomes King, and Simba grows up away from the pride in the company of warthog Pumbaa and meerkat Timon. As an adult, he runs into Nala, who believed he was dead. She insists he come back to claim the throne from Scar, who has run the kingdom into the ground. At first he is too afraid, but eventially he works up the courage and returns home, where he learns he was not responsible for his father’s death. He defeats Scar and reclaims the throne.

    Reception

    Upon its release, The Lion King was a critical and commercial success. The film earned a rating of 93% on Rotten Tomatoes[2] and a score of 83 on MetaCritic. [3] During its original theatrical run between 1994 and 1995, the film grossed more than $987 million dollars worldwide, and when combined with the ticket sales from the 2002 IMAX and 2011 3D re-releases, The Lion King has grossed over $1.18 billion dollars worldwide, making it the highest-grossing hand-drawn film in history.

    Accolades

    It won two Oscars for Best Original Score and Best Original Song (“Can You Feel the Love Tonight”) and three Golden Globes for Best Original Score, Best Original Song, and Best Motion Picture for Comedy or Musical. The Lion King.

    Stage Adaptation

    On November 13th, 1997, a musical adaptation of The Lion King opened on Broadway.[4] The musical was a large success and became known for its eleborate costumes. Directed by Julie Taymor the musical won the Tony Award for best musical in 1998.



    Fandom

    Though The Lion King was released nearly two decades ago it remains popular online due to the wave of online ‘90s nostalgia that began in the mid-2000s. It has also enjoyed more attention online in 2014 due to lists collecting pop culture that will be turning twenty this year.[10] As of February 2014, The Lion King’s official Facebook page has over 19.5 million likes.[5] Fanfiction.net[6] has over 2,900 submissions under The Lion King, while Deviant Art[7] has over 18,000 submissions for the film. Popular Tumblr blogs dedicated to the film include fuckyeahthelionking[8] and lionkingfreak.[9]



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    Everything the Light Touches

    Everything the Light Touches is a photo meme that features screen shots of a scene between Simba and Mufasa with the words the spoke in the scene slightly altered. The scene involves Mufasa and Simba looking out at their kingdom. Mufasa tells his son “Everything the light touches is our kingdom.” When Simba asks, “But what about the shadowy place?” Mufasa replies, “That’s beyond our boarders. You must never go there, Simba.” The dialogue is altered to indicate other areas of dominance and areas that are forbidden for specific groups. For example substituting “fandom” for “kingdom” and indicating the non-fandom side of Tumblr is somewhere you should never go.


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  • 02/23/14--14:42: Cyberspace
  • “Cyberspace” is one of two of the first memes to ever exist, the other being Internet Coke Machine.

    Not very many people consider it a meme because it’s so old, and the fact that not very many people were on the Internet at the time to keep it alive.


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  • 02/23/14--20:47: Tristan Gadsden
  • Mighty Raspberry Ketone is a weight loss supplement that is made to burn extra fat from the body and make you slim and sexy without any worst impact on your health.
    http://www.tagged.com/mightyraspberry


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  • 02/24/14--08:28: Arnavut Sevket's Chipetpet
  • Arnavut Sevket’s Chipetpet is actually a part from a documentary. The documentary is called Istanbul’s Birds. The crew stumbles upon this man and they learn that he’s a expert on the bird sounds. He starts talking and tries to copy a goldfinch’s sound, but instead, he says chipetpet and tries to express the diffrences between the ’’delicious’’ and the normal goldfinches.

    How did it spread? Well, a telephone providing company called Turkcell made an advertisement with Arnavut Sevket. After a while a sequel came to that advertisement.
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