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Mario Balotelli Sends Germany Home, Becomes A Gif And A Trend

Italy’s Mario Balotelli singlehandedly ended Germany’s chances at winning the Euro 2012 Cup with two devastating goals in the first half. The first was a header thanks to a brilliant cross by Antonio Cassano. Balotelli simply cleaned up the mess. For his second goal, however, Balotelli completed the job with a fantastic goal, courtesy of a breakaway Germany clearly forgot …

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Twitter Fun: Kurt Cobain Or Justin Bieber

To most music aficionados, this isn’t much of a question. Cobain wins by landslide. Of course, there aren’t a great many music aficionados on Twitter, or at least, they aren’t as outspoken as the Bielibers are. Take, for instance, the following genius tweet made by someone who calls herself Amanda Bieber (@MandaSwaggie–no link; copy and paste if you’d like). As …

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David Stern Clowns Jim Rome, Both Become Worldwide Trends

Jim Rome is fond of Jim Rome. This much is obvious. If you don’t see it, take a look at his head shots, like the one leading this article, and other straight-from-the-media-packet pictures that show up in a “Jim Rome” Google Image Search. In case you aren’t aware, Rome is something of a sports analyst, with shows on Fox Sports …

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Tailor Your Twitter Trends To Fit Your Location

Twitter trends are a big deal to many Twitter users, especially the tween users out there. #FollowMeJustinBieber hashtags aside, there is actually a lot more use to Twitter’s popular topics, especially when they apply to more pertinent events, be it on a national or international level. Now, Twitter has introduced a method to apply their methods of ranking popular topics …

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Promojam’s Social Media Cocktail Handbook 2012 Provides Mixed Drink Recipes

Have you ever been around a group of people who start talking about social media, leading you to mention the hilarious picture you put up of your cat playing with a ball of string. This in turn leads to everyone laughing at your comment, exposing your naivety towards social media. Yes, those people are most likely pretentious douches, but if …

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Ron Artest’s Elbow Brings World Peace To James Harden

Yes, I am aware of Artest’s name change, but after that wild elbow to James Harden’s temple, it’s hard not to be reminded of the person who, in large part, brought “The Malice in the Palace” to the sports world. Artest, AKA, Metta World Peace and his sharp-as-nails elbows, in one fateful swing, ended the goodwill his “new leaf” behavior …

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The Internet Celebrates 4/20, National Weed Day

Say what you will about a bunch of teens-to-twenty-somethings celebrating the act of being stoned all day, but at least all of the 4/20 celebrations take the focus off of Adolph Hitler, who shares a birthday with what has now become “National Weed Day.” Granted, Hitler’s historical significance remains intact, but why would the people of the Internet, at least …

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James Justice Dunks His Way To A Trending Topic

Dig, if you will, a picture. No, not you and I engaged in a kiss; instead, the picture in question features a 5-10 basketball player with such leaping ability–52-inch vertical–you’d think man is actually capable of flight. That’s the mental image James Justice should have left you with after he absolutely took over ESPN’s college basketball dunk contest. While the …

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Twitter Local Trends Come To New Indian Cities

Twitter trends are used by people in a variety of ways – whether it’s to jump into the discussion on a popular topic or to gauge the pulse of a particular area. For those concerned about the latter, Twitter’s local trends categorization allows them to see what people are talking about worldwide, in particular countries, and in particular cities. Now, …

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Golden Nugget Fire Intentionally Started

The fire at Las Vegas’ Golden Nugget casino, seeing one hospitalized and many other evacuated, has been ruled intentional by local investigators, who are beginning an arson investigation into the blaze. According to Inquisitr.com, the fire began Thursday morning in one of the guest rooms on the 22nd floor: The blaze, which was reported at 8:26am, occurred in an unfinished …

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Rage Faces In Real Life

If you’re any kind of experienced Internet user, you’re probably awfully familiar with the rage face memes that permeate across a large number of platforms. While Reddit deserves a large amount of the credit for the growing the popularity surrounding these images, they’ve grown beyond just the fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu subreddit. These faces have pretty much crossed over the mainstream; at least …

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Nike’s Galaxy Foamposite Causes Riots, Twitter Fun

What some are calling the “most anticipated Nike releases to date,” the release of Nike’s Galaxy Foamposite shoes did not disappoint, at least on an entertainment front. Yes, it the enjoyment was coupled with a tinge of sadness as you watch a nation of youngsters do everything short of selling their souls, all to own a piece of Nike’s sole. …

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