Brad

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Hi. I’m the editor of Know Your Meme.

Email me: brad@knowyourmeme.com


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Brad's Favorite Editorials

Monthly Review: November 2011

Monthly Review: November 2011

Added Dec 01, 2011 at 01:01PM EST by Brad.

In this month’s issue: Pizza is a Vegetable, Neil deGrasse Tyson Reaction, Sexy Sweaters, American Censorship Day and Pepper Spray Guy and more!

Q&A With Nate Dern, "Huh?" Guy

Q&A With Nate Dern, "Huh?" Guy

Added Nov 14, 2011 at 01:53PM EST by amanda b..

We recently spoke with Nate Dern, who became a Reddit hero for his single line in an AT&T commercial. He told us about his reaction to all the upvotes and becoming a rage face.

Interview with James Marshall, Smiley List Compiler

Interview with James Marshall, Smiley List Compiler

Added Sep 23, 2011 at 03:44PM EDT by amanda b..

In the 1990s, James Marshall decided to compose what many considered a canonical list of emoticons and one-line ASCII art. He recently spoke with us about why he started the collection and his thoughts on the future of emoticons.

So Bad It's Good

So Bad It's Good

Added May 16, 2011 at 02:53PM EDT by Don.

Sometimes we find a piece of content entertaining because of it’s amazing production value, exceptional writing, or spectacular performances. These are the recipients of Oscars, Grammys, and other distinguished awards reserved for what we consider quality works of art. But entertainment is mired in complexity, and sometimes we find amusement in what is obviously a horrid creation.

Q&A with Ned Hepburn (Origin of F Yeah Tumblrs)

Q&A with Ned Hepburn (Origin of F Yeah Tumblrs)

Added May 02, 2011 at 02:42AM EDT by Chris Menning.

If you use Tumblr to any extent, you’re no doubt aware of the large number of blog subdomains that begin with “F Yeah.”

I caught up with Ned Hepburn, the creator of the very first “F**k Yea Shark” to see if we could pinpoint why it has become such a success.

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