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April 30, 2013
thisistheverge:

You’ve chosen: #whatpaulshouldsee when he comes back online tonight

In case you’re wondering what this graphic means: One year ago today, Verge writer Paul Miller quit the internet for a full year. In three hours, he’s rejoining the memetic forces, in an event that The Verge is milking tonight, big time. Because hey, why not? Anyway, people voted that the first thing he sees when he rejoins the ‘net is the Harlem Shake. Let’s introduce him in style right?

thisistheverge:

You’ve chosen: #whatpaulshouldsee when he comes back online tonight

In case you’re wondering what this graphic means: One year ago today, Verge writer Paul Miller quit the internet for a full year. In three hours, he’s rejoining the memetic forces, in an event that The Verge is milking tonight, big time. Because hey, why not? Anyway, people voted that the first thing he sees when he rejoins the ‘net is the Harlem Shake. Let’s introduce him in style right?

21:11 // 11 months ago
March 10, 2013
23:03 // 1 year ago
March 2, 2013
thisistheverge:

Harlem Shake on a plane might be craziest yet, FAA investigating potential safety violations
The Harlem Shake is a global phenomenon that needs no introduction — the YouTube dance craze has practically been done to death — but a Colorado ultimate frisbee team’s high-flying hijinks have propelled the meme into the news yet again. On February 15th, Colorado College students on Frontier Airlines Flight 157 donned a banana suit and Abraham Lincoln mask, and shook their way to fame somewhere over the Grand Canyon.

"This is your captain speaking … we’re experiencing a little turbulence on this portion of the flight, and the stewartess tells me that it’s coming from inside the plane. WTF?”

thisistheverge:

Harlem Shake on a plane might be craziest yet, FAA investigating potential safety violations

The Harlem Shake is a global phenomenon that needs no introduction — the YouTube dance craze has practically been done to death — but a Colorado ultimate frisbee team’s high-flying hijinks have propelled the meme into the news yet again. On February 15th, Colorado College students on Frontier Airlines Flight 157 donned a banana suit and Abraham Lincoln mask, and shook their way to fame somewhere over the Grand Canyon.

"This is your captain speaking … we’re experiencing a little turbulence on this portion of the flight, and the stewartess tells me that it’s coming from inside the plane. WTF?”

(via maneatingbadger)

12:21 // 1 year ago
February 20, 2013
20:26 // 1 year ago