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Joined Feb 05, 2011 at 09:17AM EST
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Whatever happens, something responds. And something else responds, in turn. It’s an endless cycle that never repeats in quite the same way. Yes, there are patterns--motifs even--but there may never be a way to completely know what will happen and how to respond.
For scale, of course
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I always hated using school computers, because you couldn’t go on any sites without being bogged down with a crap ton of ads.
I freakin love typography.
I can already see “nailed it” parodies coming out of this.
Ladies and Gentlemen--how it feels to descend into madness
That’s going to be my starter pokemon
Oh yeah! huh. Well, whattaya know.
Well, actually--A lot of Dada artists did stuff like this. Jean Arp is a prime example of dropping piece of paper and calling it art. While a lot of people hate Duchamp, for instance, the point of his art were to make people think and question what is considered art.
Dali was a Time Traveller. I know it to be true
When in doubt, whip it out.
God, this anime is such a tease.
>Come to KYM
>See FCKH8 trending
>Go Directly to comments
My face when everything
God, I love Tom Baker
So, regardless of your position, either for or against the claims, you can’t just say “I call BS” or “It’s totally real”. You have to make an actual argument. Otherwise, you’re either jumping on the hype train, trolling, or simply being unreasonable.
That being said, the article is about documenting the virality, rather than proving or disproving it.
Who the hell cares? Like seriously. It was an awesome rendition. You’re completely missing the point.
The Donut Man show… we meet again.
Wait, wait, wait. Why is Wii U the telephone pole?
His sheer terror/anger right as he notices the Google logos is absolutely brilliant.