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  • 02/24/14--10:45: Comment Drawing
  • About

    Comment Drawing is the practice of illustrating user-submitted comments and other text-based posts found on discussion forums and social media platforms through the visual medium of hand-drawn sketches and other artworks.

    Origin

    The humorous concept of replying to another user’s text-based comment with an illustrative counterpart was first introduced by Redditor I_Draw_Your_Comment[6] in early June 2010.



    Spread

    On December 12th, 2010, Redditor Sure_Ill_Draw_That[7] began posting drawings of a stick figure interacting with various depictions of Redditors comments. On January 6th, 2011, Redditor IllReallyAnimateThat[8] began posting animated GIF depictions of Redditor comments. That month, Reddit added “Best Novelty Account” to their yearly awards, honoring the account Sure_Ill_Draw_That[7] for their illustrative responses.



    On February 12th, 2012, Redditor exempligratia created the /r/redditgetsdrawn[4] subreddit, where Redditors submit photographs of themselves for other users to illustrate. Within the first two years, the subreddit gained over 28,200 subscribers. On February 15th, Redditor Shitty_Watercolour began posting on-the-fly watercolor paintings inspired by other Redditor’s comments.



    On March 5th, Redditor Etch_A_Sketcher[2] created an account for posting illustrations of Reddit comments made with an Etch A Sketch mechanical drawing toy (shown below, left). On August 31st, Redditor AWildSketchAppeared[1] began posting photographs of original pencil-drawn sketches depicting other Redditors comments (shown below, right).



    On February 5th, 2014, the @DrawnYourTweet Twitter feed was launched, which replies to other Twitter users with illustrations of their posted tweets. On February 16th, the Internet news blog The Daily Dot[5] published an article about the tweet illustrations, highlighting several notable drawings.




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  • 02/24/14--12:45: Wes Anderson
  • About

    Wes Anderson is an American writer and director best known for films The Royal Tenenbaums, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Moonrise Kingdom. His distinctive film making style, featuring quirky characters and bright colors, is often parodied.

    Film Career

    Realated Memes

    Kanye Wes Anderson

    On August 26th, 2012, the Tumblr blog kanyewesanderson[1] was created. The Tumblr features screen shots of Wes Anderson films with corresponding Kayne West lyrics overlayed on them. The Tumblr was featured on sites such as Buzzfeed[2], Spin[3], and



    Parodies

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  • 02/24/14--12:56: Jim Boeheim's Jacket Removal
  • About

    Jim Boeheim’s Jacket Removal is a photoshop meme featuring a cut out image of Syracuse University basketball coach Jim Boeheim angrily removing his jacket in protesting a charging foul call made by a referee during a regular season match against Duke University in February 2014.

    Origin

    On February 22nd, 2014, Boeheim was ejected from a basketball game after angrily removing his jacket and aggressively addressing a referee following his team’s loss (shown below).[3]



    Immediately following the game, managing editor of the sports blog SB Nation Brian Floyd tweeted a photograph of the cast of the 1990s American action television series Baywatch with Boeheim edited into the frame.




    Spread

    The same day on February 22nd, 2014, other Twitter users began posting photoshopped images featuring a cut out of Boeheim taking his jacket off superimposed into a variety of other base images.




    The same day, Redditor DannyTorrance submitted the Boeheim photo juxtaposted with a picture of the deceased pop star Michael Jackson to the /r/CollegeBasketball[7] subreddit, where it garnered upwards of 760 up votes and 15 comments in the first 24 hours (shown below).



    According to the Twitter analytics site Topsy,[1] tweets containing the keyword “Boeheim” peaked that day with over 69,100 mentions (shown below). In the coming days, several sports news sites published articles about Boeheim’s ejection and the related photoshop meme, including Larry Brown Sports,[4]ESPN,[5], Nunes Magician[2] and Barstool Sports.[6]



    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 02/24/14--13:09: Aika Village/アイカ村
  • About

    Aika Village (アイカ村) is a creepypasta, originating from a user made town within the videogame Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The creepypasta grew in popularity among both Japanese and Western fans of the series, spawning fanart and parodies.

    Origin

    The creepypasta first surfaced after the town was first posted to 2Channel’s /wifi/ (game consoles’ online features/services) board on December 12th, 2012[1], with the dream code 2600-0218-7298, which can be used to access the town by utilizing the in-game feature Dream Suite, which allows users to visit other player’s towns by using codes provided by said players.



    Spread

    On 18 December, 2012, YouTuber tome0345[2] posted a video titled “Animal Crossing Tobidase Aika Village” (とびだせ どうぶつの森 アイカ村)[3], which was then uploaded to Nico Nico Douga on 21 December[4]. In it, the user showcases Aika Village, touring around the town. As of February 2014, the video has over 700,000 views on YouTube. After this. many other users began to upload their own tours of the town, including popular YouTubers LinandKo[5] on 5 January, 2013[6]. The creepypasta first appeared on the English-speaking web after a thread titled “AIKAVILLAGE (Scariest village you will ever visit)” was posted to the popular Animal Crossing fansite BellTreeForums on 5 January, 2013[7], gaining over 200 replies. Afterwards, threads about the town were created on other gaming sites, such as GameFAQs[8], IGN[9] and Animal Crossing Community[10].



    Creator’s Response

    In April, 2013, Japanese gaming magazine Nintendo Dream featured an interview with the creator of Aika Village[11], going under the name Garakku (ガラック), in which he discusses the backstory behind the town. Within the interview, Garakku cites his inspiration as fellow Animal Crossing town Niconicori Village (にこにこり村), created by Shigesato Itoi, creator of the Earthbound series of videogames

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  • 02/24/14--14:22: Tulpas
  • About

    A tulpa could be described as an imaginary friend that has its own thoughts and emotions, and that you can interact with. You could think of them as hallucinations that can think and act on their own.

    History


    Before tulpas became popular on the internet, “Tulpamancing” was practiced in Tibetan and Indian Buddhism.


    One early Buddhist text, the Samaññaphala Sutta lists the ability to create a “mind-made body” (mano-maya-kaya) as one of the ‘fruits of the contemplative life’.


    In June 11, 2011‎, a creepypasta named “Tulpa” was written.
    Full Pasta (Maybe NSFW)

    Tulpas were a common subject in 4chan’s /x/ (Paranormal) board, before moving on to /mlp/ (Pony) board, claiming “you can make your favorite pony real”. Users in Pony-related sites such as mlpforums posted lots of tulpa threads.

    Bad Example

    In 2012, the website “tulpa.info” was registered, taking tulpas more seriously. The website has lots of guides, and a forum, with the motto “For Science!”

    This eventually led to the creation of the /r/Tulpasreddit.

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  • 02/24/14--16:15: Rog and Tyrone
  • About

    Rog and Tyrone are a pair of video testimonial providers on the online marketplace Fiverr who are often enlisted to create humorous videos by users in the /b/ (random) board on 4chan.

    Origin

    In April 2013, Australian-based Fiverr[1] user activerog created a page advertising his $5 testimonial video service, in which customers can send a 30 second script to be read in front of their choice of seven different background images (shown below, left). In September, United Kingdom-based Fiverr user greatgigsguy3 created a page for another $5 testimonial service (shown below, right).



    On December 10th, 2013, YouTuber Ryan Pollard uploaded a video pronouncing the anime Kill la Kill the “cartoon of the year” (shown below).



    Spread

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    About

    Spelling Bee/ Funny Husky Has Jokes is a vertical three-pane exploitable comic series based on captured images of a rather happy husky. The comics usually describe Joke or pun. First panel is the question, second is punchline, when last panel is image of husky waiting for reaction ( kind of waiting for badum tsss).

    Origins:

    Spelling Bee/ Funny Husky Has Jokes Originates from Reddit, when user gamesbeawesome posted a thread titled “A Spelling Bee” on day 20.II.2014, Featured imgur picture, that hitted 261,442 views in four days, and got almost instant response by reddit user GothamsHero10 titled “Funny Husky Has Jokes”.

    *Spread *

    In few days this meme reached many popular sites like 9gag (reaching 22,923 points in couple of hours) or DailyFailCenter. Meme is very fresh right now and spreading fast

    Notable examples:

    template:

    External links:

    http://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/1yh02a/a_spelling_bee/?sort=old

    http://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/1yga8h/funny_husky_has_jokes/?sort=old

    http://9gag.com/gag/adNeODQ

    Note: meme is on research state, be patient for more information.


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  • 02/24/14--18:26: Pokemon Showderp
  • About

    Showderp is a somewhat influential Pokemon community that originated from 4chan.org’s /vp/ board. Their purpose is to give a designated “champion” a team of Pokemon, decided by the first six responses to his or her claim, and then play a series of battles on Pokemon Showdown, the competitive battle simulator with the highest population of users. Afterwards, the champion will either request a new team or a new champion, and the process repeats. Generally speaking, Pokemon movesets created or popularized by Showderp are the most visible representation of the community, as members will attempt to deceive opponents into believing that the champion is Marriland or some other notable Pokemon player for amusement.

    History

    On April 11, 2013, Pokemon Showdown user apt-get (AKA LC Guy) created a thread on 4chan.org’s /vp/ board requesting a team of Pokemon to use on Pokemon Showdown’s Overused tier ladder. Although it was untitled at the time, this is generally agreed to be the first Showderp thread.[1]

    Impact

    Showderp Pokemon teams often make use of unorthodox battle strategies, whether original or not. Many of these sets have been granted varying degrees of notoriety on Pokemon Showdown and Smogon through Showderp’s usage of them. Perhaps most notable is a Sigilyph set nicknamed “BLOODTOTEM.” Although the members of Showderp did not invent it themselves, they caused an uproar in the Pokemon Showdown community by challenging user LonelyNess during a live stream and spamming “BLOODFORTHEBLOODTOTEM” during the battle, increasing the profile of both Sigilyph and Showderp itself.



    Showderp champions were also largely responsible for the popularization of “Funbro,” a Slowbro capable of stalling battles indefinitely. Pokemon Showdown implemented an Endless Battle Clause to combat the increasingly present usage of “Funbro.”



    Fandom

    Showderp congregates in various locations, primarily /vp/ and Pokemon Showdown. One can be redirected to the most recent Showderp thread on /vp/ by visiting showderp.crabdance.com.[2] Other locations frequented by the community expect visitors to have spent time in both the thread and battles beforehand, but are otherwise welcoming. By either visiting play.pokemonshowdown.com/showderp or typing “/join showderp” into Pokemon Showdown’s chat client, one can visit the community’s official chatroom.[3] They also have a message board[4], as well as an official website in development.[5]

    Showderp also has a TVTropes article[6] and a Wordpress page.[7]

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]4chan – http://archive.foolz.us/vp/thread/11966556/ / Posted on 4-11-2013
    [2]Crabdance – Showderp Thread
    [3]Showderp Chatroom – Showderp
    [4]Showderp Forums – Showderp: The Experience
    [5]Showderp – Official Website
    [6]TVTropes – Website/Showderp
    [7]Wordpress – LC Guys Grotto


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  • 02/24/14--20:28: Heresy (Warhammer 40,000)
  • About

    Heresy is a term used on the internet to describe a dislike of someone or a misdemeanor and is usually used in online conversations and has spawned many images as well.

    Origin

    The term heresy by definition refers to any belief or an action that goes against common beliefs and customs present in society. A heretic is a person who has been accused of heresy. The context of the term is usually used in relation to religion.[1] However, on the internet, the word is used as a general insult. This context of the word came from the 1987 tabletop miniature war-game Warhammer 40,000. In the game, umanity has come to worship “The Emperor of Mankind” (shown below) who led the Great Crusade to restore humanity to the stars, as a one true god. In the Emperor’s realm, the Church ruled over mankind.[2] Because of the leadership of the church, heresy became one of the worst possible crimes a person could commit along with blasphemy.[3]



    Spread

    The word heresy is regularly used around forums, blogs, and comment sections of the internet and is usually used along with images relating to Warhammer 40,000. Multiple sites using the term in relation to the game have been seen including Heresy Online[4] and an article on 1d4chan.[5]



    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Heresy

    [2]Wikipedia – Warhammer 40,000

    [3]Wikipedia – Blasphemy

    [4]Heresy Online – Wargaming Forum

    [5]1d4chan – Heresy


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  • 02/25/14--10:38: Good plan, Duke!
  • About

    Good Plan, Duke! refers to a series of user-created drawings on a dry-erase board in the video game Duke Nukem Forever. As the name suggests, the drawing that the user creates game is complimented by another character in the game, regardless of what the drawing represents.

    Origin

    [In Progress]

    Good plan duke originates from a YouTube video in witch they the whiteboard in the first level of the video game “Duke Nukem Forever” to create a different image.

    Later different videos started to pop up showing different images

    Spread

    [In Progress]


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  • 02/25/14--11:42: Fuck, Marry, Kill
  • About

    Fuck, Marry, Kill is a party game in which the participant is presented with the names of three individuals, each of whom he or she must choose to kill, ask to marry or have sex with.

    Origin

    The exact origin of the game is unknown. On August 6th, 2007, Urban Dictionary[5] user Donovan McFupa submitted an entry for “fuck, marry, kill,” noting that the game is often played on the Howard Stern radio show.

    Spread

    On June 23rd, 2008, the British reality television show Snog Marry Avoid? premiered on BBC Three, in which women are given makeovers before being evaluated by strangers who confess whether they would wish to kiss, marry or avoid them (shown below, left). On July 25th, the comedy film Step Brothers was released, in which the character Dale Doback (played by John C. Reilly) attempts to play the fuck marry kill game during an important business meeting (shown below, right).



    On February 9th, 2009, Urban Dictionary[1] user Pamp28 submitted another entry for “fuck-marry-kill.” On February 4th, 2010, the Kill Fuck Marry Tumblr[6] blog was launched, which highlights photosets of three different subjects for other Tumblr users to play the fuck marry kill game with. On December 7th, the website Marry Fuck Kill[4] was launched, which features a browser game allowing the player to select if they would “marry,” “fuck” or “kill” three randomly selected images (shown below).



    On December 23rd, a Facebook[3] page titled “Fuck Marry Kill” was created. On June 21st, 2012, a photograph of several women was submitted to 4chan, inviting other users to play the marry fuck kill game (shown below).



    On November 19th, South African singer Nikki Williams released her debut single “Kill, Fuck, Marry” (shown below, left). On July 18th, 2013, BuffFeed[7] posted a list titled “10 Sexually Frustrating Rounds Of Celebrity F#@k, Marry, Kill.” On August 8th, YouTuber Shane Dawson uploaded a video titled “Marry, F**k, Kill,” in which he and YouTuber Tyler Oakley play the marry fuck kill game (shown below, right). In the first six months, the video accumulated more than 1.28 million views and 22,100 comments.



    On August 31st, Redditor EvidenceTrumpsFaith submitted a post to the /r/AskReddit[2] subreddit, where he asked Redditors what would be the “hardest game of fuck, marry, kill.” In the following five months, the post garnered upwards of 2,900 up votes and 2,800 comments.

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  • 02/25/14--13:39: Whisper
  • About

    Whisper is a mobile application for Apple iOS and Google Android devices that allows users to anonymously message secrets to other users in the form of text over images in the style of PostSecret.

    History

    Michael Heyward and Brad Brook launched Whisper in 2012 thinking it would be a sort of anti-Facebook, with people sharing their secrets instead of bragging about good things in their life.[2] The app is free to download from the iTunes or Google app store, but the ability to send users private messages costs $5.99 per month.

    The app had a weekly “secrets” series with The Huffington Post’s teen section[1] which ran from August 23rd, 2012 to October 5th, 2013. Each week a post containing a slideshow with ten secrets relating to the weeks theme, for example summer or the election, from Whisper would be posted on The Huffington Post. As of August 2013, the app was receiving 2.5 billion page views every month.[8]

    Funding

    On April 4th, 2013, the tech news blog TechCrunch[6] reported that Whisper had received $3 million in funding from Lightspeed Venture Partners as well as others investors such as Trinity Ventures. On September 4th, TechCrunch[7] announced Whisper had received an addition $21 million in funding.

    Reception

    There has been concern by users that their messages might not stay anonymous if the app is hacked. On January 24th, 2014 Forbes[5] published a post titled “3 Reasons To Be Wary Of Secret-Sharing App Whisper’s Claim To Anonymity,” which examined whether the possibility that Whisper might try create viral content out of its submissions, could introduce ads, and the fact that it keeps tabs on users to enforce its rules means the app is not perfectly anonymous.

    As of January 2014, Whisper is used by an audience that’s 30% male and 70% female, with only 10% of their users outside the US. It has a very active user base, with 45% of users creating a secret post at least once a day. As of February 2014, its Facebook page[3] has over 182,000 likes and its Twitter account[4] has over 2,000 followers.

    Notable Examples



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  • 02/25/14--15:20: Rekt
  • About

    “Rekt” is an Internet slang term which is shorthand for “wrecked,” which is often used to indicate that someone has been defeated or embarassed, in a similar vein to the term “pwned”.

    Origin

    On June 6th, 2011, Urban Dictionary[2] user PossiblyCouldOKIWill submitted an entry for the term “rekt,” defining it as a shorthand for “wrecked.”

    Spread

    On October 31st, 2013, Twitter user @SSoHPKC tweeted his idea for a Halloween prank accompanied by the phrase “Get reKt.” Within the following four months, the tweet gathered more than 490 favorites and 440 retweets.




    On January 28th, 2014, Twitch.tv[1] user Artosis recorded a live-stream Heroes of Warcraft livestream titled “ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ノ REKTヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽ノ.”



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitch – Rekt

    [2]Urban Dictionary – rekt

    [3]


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  • 02/25/14--18:34: Eagle Selfie
  • How to take selfies with a bald eagle


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  • 02/26/14--03:23: Thingken of X
  • About

    “Thingken of X” is a series of images featuring a crying person and two Facebook comments, where one person is asking the other why is he or she crying. The person in the picture then replies with a comment saying something like “thingken of X”.

    Origin

    (Work in Progress)

    Spread

    (Work in Progress)

    Notable Examples

    (Work in Progress)

    External References

    (Work in Progress)


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  • 02/26/14--09:43: Which Character Are You?
  • About

    Which Character Are You? is a type of personality tests that are designed to match up the test-taker with a fictional character from a TV show, film or book by comparing their character traits through a series of multiple-choice questions. Originally found in teen and women’s magazines, the quizzes became popular online through the early social networking sites in the mid-2000s.

    Origin

    One of the earlest examples of a magazine based character quiz was a quiz titled ""Which Stooge Are You?"published in the February 1999 issue of Men’s Health magazine.[1] The first “Which Character Are You?” quiz to appear online was a thirteen question quiz titled “Which Mummy Character are you?” posted on SelectSmart[2] on July 15th, 2000, by user Slaygirl627.

    Spread

    Throughout the early to mid-2000s, a wide range of character personality quizzes were created by fans of TV shows and films on social blogging platforms like LiveJournal[11][12], MySpace and Xanga[13] using custom questionnaire generators like AlltheTests[3] and QuizRocket.[4] Buzzfeed posted one of its earliest quizzes on June 12th, 2009, titled “What Summer Song of 2009 Are You?”[5] The site created quizzes sporadically for the next few years, with its sudden boom in quiz content coming in late 2013. The quiz that started the push for more quizzes, according to Buzzfeed’s managing editorial director Summer Anne Burton, was "Which “Grease” Pink Lady Are You?" which was published on June 5th, 2013.[7][8]



    In February 2014, celebrities began taking quizzes for the shows they starred in and tweeting their results including Lena Dunham, Sarah Michelle, Jason Alexander.[9]

    Buzzfeed Quiz Backlash

    The sudden boom in Buzzfeed quizzes resulted in many parodies and thought pieces on their proliferation. On January 28th, 2014, Slate published a post titled “Which Buzzfeed Quiz Are You?”[10] The post copied Buzzfeed’s format and style, and each result links to a real Buzzfeed quiz. On February 25th, 2014, humor site Dorkly[6] also published a post titled, “What Buzzfeed Quiz Are You?” which contained purposefully dark or trivial fake Buzzfeed quiz titles like “Which Girls Character Can You Remember the Name Of?” and "What Character From “Freinds” Who Was Also a Monkey Are You?"



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    NOTYETDONEWRITINGTHISENTRY. if you’ve got anything to contribute in the meantime, gopher it

    “The idea is to fill facebook with X” is a copypasta, that originated from:

    “The idea is to occupy Facebook with art, breaking the monotony of photos of lunch, sushi and sports.
    Whoever likes this post will receive an artist and has to publish a piece by that artist with this text.”

    This has sprung numerous similar posts and parodies, ranging from film to cats to Nicolas Cage.


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  • 02/26/14--14:54: 360 No Scope
  • About

    360 No Scope is a trick shot used in first-person shooter games in which the player spins around 360 degrees and shoots an opponent with a zoomed-out sniper rifle.

    Origin

    The exact origin of the phrase “360 no scope” is unknown but the Call of Duty 4 player zzirGrizz is known for popularizing the move in his gameplay videos. On October 11th, 2008, YouTuber ILaBreezyl uploaded a montage of zzirGrizz no scope kills (shown below).



    Spread

    On November 11th, 2009, YouTuber nomercysoldier0 uploaded a video titled “MW2 Sick 360 No Scope Across Map,” featuring footage of a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 match in which the player spins around and kills an opponent with an unzoomed sniper rifle (shown below). In the first four years, the video gained over 2.1 million views and 7,300 comments.



    On September 22nd, 2010, YouTuber RocketJump uploaded a video by Freddie Wong titled “Gun Size Matters” in which a man performs a 360 no scope shot (shown below, left). In four years, the video received more than 7.6 million views and 18,000 comments. On October 26th, Urban Dictionary[1] user dsaos submitted an entry for “360 no-scope.”. On December 5th, 2011, YouTuber TopCoDReplays 100K Subs posted a montage of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 trickshots, which included four 360 no scopes.



    On May 31st, 2012, YouTuber xX420KyShxX uploaded a dubstep remix video titled “GALAGA 420 SMOKEWEED [MLG] 360 NO SCOPE,” featuring footage from the 1981 fixed shooter arcade game Galaga (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Urban Dictionary – 360 no scope

    [2]Xkcd – Most Excellent Gaming Moments


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  • 02/26/14--17:54: Slates for Sarah


  • Overview

    Slates For Sarah is a Facebook memorial campaign launched to remember Sarah Elizabeth Jones, a 27-year-old camera assistant who was fatally struck by a freight train while working on a film set in February 2014.

    Background

    On February 19th, 2014, 27-year-old camera assistant Sarah Elizabeth Jones was struck by a freight train and killed while working on the set of musician Gregg Allman’s biopic “Midnight Rider” on a rail bridge in Doctortown, Georgia. According to Variety[8], the film crew were shooting on location with permission from the land owners and knowledge of the train schedule, but the incident took place when the set was unexpectedly disturbed by the approach of a third train, which fatally struck Jones and injured seven other members of the crew.



    Notable Developments

    Slates for Sarah

    On February 24th, 2014, a group of Jones’ friends and family members launched a Facebook[1] page in tribute to her, encouraging others to share their memories of Jones and a photograph of a film slate with her name written on it. In the following 48 hours, the memorial campaign for Sarah Jones quickly caught on with film crews around the world, leading to an outpour of clapboard photographs dedicated to her on Facebook[1], Twitter[2] and Instagram.[3] As of February 26th, the Facebook page has garnered more than 36,200 likes and the hashtag #slatesforsarah was mentioned more than 4,000 times on Twitter.[4]




    Academy’s In Memoriam

    That same day, Anderson Villen set up a petition[7] to add Sarah Jones to the memoriam tribute presented during the Academy Awards ceremony. Within 48 hours, the petition brought in more than 33,000 signatures.



    External References


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  • 02/27/14--06:40: Super Timor
  • The video features several men clapping in their chairs to try and kill mosquitoes. They frustratingly start slapping parts of their body until a strange man with a mustache enters, singing a song about bugspray named “Super Timor”.

    The meme died down in the mid 2000s before being featured again (as a joke) in a Ten For The Win episode with the phrase “B@LLS DEEP IN THAT @SS!”. Here it is:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e84EkDGSsWQ

    The original video can be seen here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sk0ARmuGvjY

    Here are the lyrics:

    Aïe !
    (Ouch!)
    Ne tuez plus les moustiques avec des claques sur vos joues.
    (Don’t kill mosquitos by slapping your cheeks anymore)
    Aïe !
    (Ouch!)
    Des claques sur vos genous.
    (Slaps on your knees)
    Ouille ! Ouille ! Ouille
    (Ouch!)
    Des claques sur vos bras.
    (Slaps on your arms.)
    Aïe !
    (Ouch!)
    Super Timor est là.
    (Super Timor is here.)

    Super Timor est encore plus fort,
    (Super Timor is more powerful than before,)
    avec sa nouvelle formule.
    (with its new formula.)
    Super Timor !
    (Super Timor!)
    Le temps de sentir l’odeur de super Timor,
    (The time to smell super Timor’s smell,)
    Les insectes sont déjà morts.
    (Bugs are already dead.)
    Super Timor !
    (Super Timor!)

    Super Timor avec sa nouvelle formule,
    (Super Timor with its new formula,)
    vraiment, vraiment plus fort.
    (really, really more powerful.)
    Super Timor ! Super Timor !
    (Super Timor! Super Timor!)

    Le numéro un.
    (The number one.)

    Translation by: Tangi on Yahoo! Answers.


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