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The Day We Sold the World
You all may know me. I’m the one who you’ll sometimes see on the forums, either lurking or posting haphazardly, waiting to be accepted. In fact, I never expected I’d be as accepted as I was. You all welcomed me… But that’s not what this is about. On April 1, 2012, the bigwigs of Know Your Meme decided it was time to give it all away. I don’t know about everyone else, but everything turned grey for me then. I never imagined I’d live past that day… The day the world turned upside-down… The day we literally sold our beliefs… The day we gave away our entire world.
We all know Brad, our beloved Community Manager. The man who leads us. We do what he says in a display of childlike follow-the-leader in which the leader never changes. Ah, Brad. Look what you’ve done. Chaos has erupted in a mad rush to own memes that we so cherish. Power. The object is power. But why is it so appealing to us to have power? In the grand scheme of things, we need it.
Some people want respect.
Others do it for the sheer sake of having power.
But I, like a few others, want power simply for the lulz.
The Aftermath and What’s To Come
At the end of a long day, it’s nice to know that we have power after working for
RandomMan PanTheMan The Man all day long. But at what cost? We gave away all of our tacos rights, privileges, and beliefs for this. And do you know what?
It seems we still may never learn what it truly means…
To be in a marching band.
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