Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Yesterday a video started to circulate over the internet in which an incredibly cruel girl throws some puppies that are barely 1 month old, into the river. The puppies are kept in a bucket before throwing and there is no way that the puppies are strong or old enough to swim and survive the river’s currents. People got intensely frustrated and angry after watching the video and some even wanted to hurt this girl for doing such an inhumane thing. Yesterday everyone on the internet just wanted to get more information about the girl and why she did such a thing.
Well as it turns out some information has been uncovered by some people about the girl. Apparently the girl’s name is Katja Puschnik and she is believed to be Croatian. This is because she was speaking Croatian in the video. The person making the video is not yet known though.
But it is speculated to be her brother
Katja Puschnik has a Facebook account and her face is quite clear in her profile picture. She is believed to be 5 feet 6 to 8 inches tall and blonde. She was wearing a red sweater in the video and there was something written on the sweater. There is still no information however, about what drove the girl to do this cruel act that has angered billions of people in the world, or what reason was behind this act. For now people are just wondering what the possible reasons could be. Some people have written in some forums that the puppies might have had a deadly disease.
this video explains what happened afterwards
Monday, August 30, 2010
Will he ever become a meme?
Take at look at this video to find out
~ i know this is old but.... aye teach me how to dougie aye.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
•TL;DR is an online phrase commonly used in discussion forums as a response to previous posts that are deemed unnecessarily long and extensive; it’s short for Too Long; Didn’t Read. Due to its indiscriminate usage by many, tl;dr is frequently considered as spam or meaningless replies by those unaware of the term, as well as those who are familiar with the meaning.
•In cases of more courteous exchanges and serious discussions, TL;DR can be self-invoked by the original poster as a disclaimer to the readers and precedes a brief summary of the longer original text. On that note, if you don’t want your readers to be falling asleep at your long, boring blocks of text, do us all a favor and summarize it.
Monday, June 7, 2010
Rickrolling is a bait and switch: a person provides a web link that he or she claims is relevant to the topic at hand (like this one), but the link actually takes the user to the 1987 Rick Astley video Never Gonna Give You Up. The URL can be masked or obfuscated so a future victim cannot determine the true source of the link without clicking (like this). If a dumb cluck does click and is led to a web page with the song, he or she is said to have been Rickrolled (also spelled Rickroll’d). It is a common opinion that the most attention-getting aspect of the video, is Rick’s unexpectedly deep voice. According to VH1’s PopUp Video, record executives who heard his recordings didn’t believe it was his voice at first.
It is also interesting to note that Family Guy had an episode that featured an entire school getting rick-rolled.