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(The New York Times)   NY Times notes how "... certain web sites like FARK serve as forums for Internet conversation and are often the starting point for viral content..." (9th section)   (bits.blogs.nytimes.com ) divider line
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2012-07-25 12:00:42 AM  
He relies on certain Web sites like Fark or Tumblr, which serve as forums for Internet conversation and are often the starting point for viral content.

so basically i'm in this guy's head all day long?

poor bastard.
 
2012-07-25 12:03:21 AM  
I thought we mostly stole from Something Awful and 4chan. There aren't many original Fark memes, but the ones we do have are FARKING AWESOME.
 
2012-07-25 12:12:28 AM  
Hey, NY Times writer! We love you too. Why don't you kick back on your favorite slatted wooden chair and have some vodak?
 
2012-07-25 12:25:21 AM  

Chariset: Hey, NY Times writer! We love you too. Why don't you kick back on your favorite slatted wooden chair and have some vodak?


....and hire me as a writer....
 
2012-07-25 12:30:48 AM  

Chariset: Hey, NY Times writer! We love you too. Why don't you kick back on your favorite slatted wooden chair and have some vodak?


I saw that thread recently for the first time. Hilarious.
I couldn't understand why he couldn't just pry them out or push them back through,and tried to work it through in my head.
Those things can move ya know, I've seen it happen.
 
2012-07-25 12:36:53 AM  
Wow, they are finding this out now? And people are being informed by this article?
 
2012-07-25 12:38:54 AM  

doyner: Weaver95: He relies on certain Web sites like Fark or Tumblr, which serve as forums for Internet conversation and are often the starting point for viral content.

so basically i'm in this guy's head all day long?

poor bastard.

And yet half your posts are running commentary of Rush Limbaugh. We're through the echo chamber people!


*looks through thread*

um....you might wanna rethink that statement a bit....
 
2012-07-25 12:39:38 AM  

Makh: Wow, they are finding this out now? And people are being informed by this article?


I was amused to find some of these posts and rebuttals defined as conversations.
 
2012-07-25 01:50:59 AM  

AbbeySomeone: I couldn't understand why he couldn't just pry them out or push them back through,and tried to work it through in my head.


The poor soul in question posted an image which has since been removed, and it was (how can I say this delicately?) more like a small section of skin had been pinched between the slats, not like the entire thing had gone through
 
2012-07-25 03:40:59 AM  
FTALike Mr. Lambe, Mr. Zimmerman spends the day on the Internet, "I read the Internet, basically, cover to cover. As crazy as it sounds, at the end that's what it's about," he says.
Yeah? From cover to cover?

Somebody should farking hit the bullshiat meter.
 
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