Things I’m Thankful for Today

Here are two things I am thankful for today, March 25, 2008.

1) I am thankful that you have to be at least 18 to get tattoos. Had there not been such a law in place, I could have very well ended up with tattoos like this:

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2) I am thankful that I didn’t have the Internet growing up. If I had an Internet connection and a cam, I’m sure I would have posted videos of me singing and they would have probably been even worse than this one:

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Get Your Umbrella, It’s Raining McCain?

It looks like the Republicans are finally embracing the Internets and the idea of viral videos. The result is exactly what I would expect. Actually, this video so bad that I almost think it’s the work of Democrats. I know the Republican party is largely made up of the soulless, but I find it hard to believe that this is the best they have to offer.

It’s also funny that they chose to rewrite a ’70s gay anthem to show their support for John McCain. It’s similar to when the meat heads stand up at sporting events and sing along to Y.M.C.A. without a hint of irony. Anyway, as bad as the video is, it’s also pretty hilarious and even charming in that, “We had a great day at Six Flags, look at the video we made” kind of way. Enjoy.

I’ve Been Rickrolled

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I’ve already professed my love for Internet Memes. So, it should be no surprise that I HATE when I find out about one late in the game. Such is the case with “Rickrolling,” which I was just exposed to. Just in case you were like me and missed the phenomenon, here is a description from the Wikipedia entry for the song ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ by Rick Astley:

“Rickroll” Internet meme
In May 2007 the song’s campy music video became the basis of an Internet meme known as “rickrolling”. It took its name from a 4chan meme known as “duckrolling”, a prank in which someone would post a blind quote to a post allegedly relevant to a discussion that upon viewing would prove to be a non sequitur – specifically, an image of a duck on wheels. Similarly, in a rickroll a poster provides a link they claim is relevant to the topic at hand which actually takes any one who clicks it to the Rick Astley video.

Here are a couple great examples of LIVE Rickrolling:

Barack Obama is What’s Happenin’

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If Barack Obama can keep his ice cream cone away from Re-Run, he is qualified to be President of the United States.

La Pequeña Will Haunt me Forever

I’m not scared of the dark. I’m not scared of heights, although I am scared of ladders. But, holy fucking hell, I am scared of this thing…