A new thing I want to try on Fridays is to post something weird and let you guys discuss it in the comments. For this first try, dear readers, I give you Pizza Boomerang. This isn’t safe for work for reasons you’ll very soon find out.
No, this picture is from the Iranian protests, not the closing of Napster. I understand how you'd confuse the two.
You love the internet. Without it, you’d probably have to go to the store and actually buy pornography, call your mother for recipes, and buy maps to find your way down I-95. So, what were the greatest Web moments of the Decade? That’s right! We’ve been in the New Millennium for ten years now and the world hasn’t blown up yet. We still don’t have teleporters, for some reason. Reuters reported on the Webby, which is, no, not some weird anal disease you get if you don’t wash properly. Dirty mind. The Top Ten Internet Moments of the past Decade! Craigslist moved from San Francisco and finally allowed men and women to meet up without paying eHarmony fees. Google Adwords was released, letting websites send you stupid emails and racists ads on your Facebook page. Speaking of Facebook, the almighty site was opened up for everyone and not just kids in college, letting people from high school finally find me and asks, what have you been doing dude? And I say, not talking to you. the iPhone came out, Iranians went ape-shit on twitter during their summer protests, and, most importantly, we elected the first ever President that isn’t white as a snow day in Iowa. Thank you, internet. Thank you for giving us Wikipedia, Apps, and stupid Facebook quizzes. We’d get so much more done without you.