ilikekola

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About

Super Cool, Ironic-o, Pseudo-intellectual Hipster from NYC living in VA for a year. Going into Film production next year.


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Commented on Unboxing

Haha, not at all.

Unboxing goes back to the 1980’s and 1990’s when camcorders started to appear in the average household. It’s nothing new.

http://youtu.be/0Bi-OvBR61A
Sep 20, 2012 at 07:14PM EDT

Commented on '60s Spider-Man

The original troll. Also, the original 60’s Spiderman. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNbe2Nnwf_8

Mar 25, 2012 at 05:49PM EDT

Commented on Occupy Wall Street

Had to be a dork and post this in the comment section. Please excuse me.

Upper middle class, pseudo intellectuals who forget how privileged they are to have the right to protest in the first place. If you want to know about a real revolution, read up on the Romanian revolution or even French revolution. This “revolution” is basically the South Park episode Canada on Strike in real life.

Hell, if you really wanted change we could have change in a day. Just stop buying your Macs, iPods, Cell Phones, designer jeans, ironic t-shirts, fast food, computer programs, and end your internet access right now. Our economy would probably fail in one or two days. But no one would really want to let go of such materialistic things. We like our artsy fartsy blogs and vintage sunglasses our sips of coffee in the morning. We would be terrified if these things really went away from our lives forever.

The problem is that baby boomers fought for our generation to have everything in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Our right not to be carried out of a restaurant because of the color of your skin, to not get rejected of a job simply because you are a women, to not be beaten and thrown in jail for handing out anti-government pamphlets or criticizing Pledge of Allegiance. Now we have everything, yet we still feel the human need to rebel. Which is fine really, rebellious citizens are a nations best weapon against tyranny.

Oct 04, 2011 at 05:40PM EDT

Commented on xkcd

First of all this is not a meme. It’s a web comic. Second, xkcd hasn’t been funny since like 2007.

Sep 12, 2011 at 08:55PM EDT

Commented on Fire In The Hole

I think it’s pretty funny. Fast Food employees are constantly getting attitudes, messing up orders and then getting upset with you when you try to fix it and occasionally spitting in burgers. It’s time the consumer fought back.

Also, if you can’t take a joke. Kill yourself.

Sep 12, 2011 at 08:44PM EDT

Commented on Feels Bad Man / Sad Frog

I love how this meme was born, reached it peak and is kind of dieing out by now after the whole >implying and Catstanza memes have taken over BUT IS STILL BEING EVALUATED!!!!!

Jun 13, 2011 at 06:12PM EDT

Commented on Feels Good

What’s the history of it?
How is it used?
Who made it?

Common dude…

Jun 13, 2011 at 05:52PM EDT

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