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April 3, 2014

jesustilapia says: did anybody besides okcupid boycott (or kinda boycott) mozilla because of the CEO?

» SFB says: Yes; the whole thing really heated up after the company Rarebit announced it would stop making products for the Firefox Marketplace specifically because of Brendan Eich’s appointment. OKCupid’s boycott came roughly a week later. (Rarebit, led by a married gay couple, expressed sadness that Eich ended up stepping down.) Also, the foundation’s board lost three members during this period, though the members insist they didn’t leave because of his donation. — Ernie @ SFB

19:11 // 5 months ago
December 20, 2013
kingjaffejoffer:

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upworthy:

The Gay Experimental State Of Your Straight State

OKCupid ran a data analysis on their 4,000,000 users and figured out how bi-curious straight people are from state to state. What’s the state of your state? We are apparently kind of bi here.
[Original by OkCupid. You should really read the whole post because it’s fascinating. Found on KNOWHomo.]


CANADA JUST LIKE FULL GAY

"Nah" - Mississippi

There’s a Duck Dynasty joke in here somewhere, but does the world really need another Duck Dynasty joke?

kingjaffejoffer:

graceebooks:

upworthy:

The Gay Experimental State Of Your Straight State

OKCupid ran a data analysis on their 4,000,000 users and figured out how bi-curious straight people are from state to state. What’s the state of your state? We are apparently kind of bi here.

[Original by OkCupid. You should really read the whole post because it’s fascinating. Found on KNOWHomo.]

CANADA JUST LIKE FULL GAY

"Nah" - Mississippi

There’s a Duck Dynasty joke in here somewhere, but does the world really need another Duck Dynasty joke?

17:24 // 8 months ago
December 18, 2013
He kept saying ‘I’m supposed to be meeting someone here on a blind date.’ I said ‘Well, you have a warrant for your arrest. You’re coming with us instead.
Richmond, Virginia Police Lt. Daniel Minton • Discussing a sting-style arrest they made of a 24-year-old Richmond man—who was wanted for missing court appearances—which the police department got in motion by (get this) launching a fake OK Cupid profile specifically targeting the man, then asking him on a blind date. Minton himself says that the suspect wasn’t dangerous: “He wasn’t wanted for a very violent crime but to the people in the neighborhood where he lives, you know, they want him off the street.”
11:24 // 8 months ago
December 21, 2012
Love at first blight: Let’s say you’re a fun-loving young single person, and you use the internet to help set up dates with men or women of your choosing. You might expect a few awkward dates here or there, garnished lovingly with some spam email. What you probably wouldn’t expect, however, is for such an email (from the service OKCupid) to contain this weird, apocalyptic anti-Obama image. The body text conspicuously didn’t mention it, but rather played up the 2012 doomsday paranoia (“We’re screwed. You should be too!”) — so, um, who exactly put this image together, or green-lit it?

Love at first blight: Let’s say you’re a fun-loving young single person, and you use the internet to help set up dates with men or women of your choosing. You might expect a few awkward dates here or there, garnished lovingly with some spam email. What you probably wouldn’t expect, however, is for such an email (from the service OKCupid) to contain this weird, apocalyptic anti-Obama image. The body text conspicuously didn’t mention it, but rather played up the 2012 doomsday paranoia (“We’re screwed. You should be too!”) — so, um, who exactly put this image together, or green-lit it?

15:16 // 1 year ago
June 6, 2011
22:48 // 3 years ago