Dec 192014
Nick Offerman Reads ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

Jimmy Fallon ran out of time on The Tonight Show to fully celebrate Christmas. He couldn’t even read ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas. Thankfully, his friend Nick Offerman was backstage who was happy to read the timeless holiday poem. Of course, Nick’s version isn’t exactly a perfect replica of the original. But it’s OK, because the Internet likes his version better anyways. 


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Oct 032014
Can We Auto-Correct Humanity Poem Critiques Social Media

Rapper Prince Ea has gone viral with his latest video, titled Can We Auto-Correct Humanity, which critiques social networking. His message resonates with many viewers who feel that what was once a tool to stay connected has deteriorated into an ego contest about who has the most followers. 

Ironically, just like the other anti-social network videos before it, this clip has gone viral on Twitter, Facebook, and many other social networks. 


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Sep 092014
Everything That Will Kill You

Back in the day, people knew what to activities to choose to have a long and prosperous life. But today it seems everything will kill you. College Humor explains in this humorous Dr. Seuss style cartoon the list of everything that will kill you. Which basically covers everything. 


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May 042014
Patrick Roche’s Poem ’21′ Will Give You Chills

This Button Poetry piece by Patrick Roche has exploded online. In less than two weeks his poem, titled 21, has amassed over 3 million views! Patrick counts down from 21 years old, the year his father passed, and powerfully explains how the mess he is in now all started. Goosebumps and tears are guaranteed.   


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May 012014
‘Look Up’ A Powerful Poem About Anti-Social Social Media

Never before has the world been so interconnected. There are countless platforms to connect, stay in touch, and talk to people. Yet with all this social media, we have ironically become anti-social. 

Poet Gary Turk explains how in this powerful new poem Look Up.

“We’re a generation of idiots. Smartphones and dumb people.”

Would it be hypocritical to ask you to share this?


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