It's no longer creepy and pathetic to be obsessed with your cat.
Next week, an exclusive look at that Gangnam Style craze sweeping the nation.
You know, those newfangled pantaloons for hussies and strumpets who abandon their children to protest for suffrage and ride bicycles!
They will get to the bottom of the whole Harlem Shake thing by 2020, I'm sure!
There's quite an interest in dogs, too. You should see what's up with THAT.
In fact, I hear there's this whole underground of people who watch videos of cute fuzzy animals in general, on this secret site called YouInnertubes, or something like that.
Buttermilk the goat is a god danged, low-down, no good racist. He ONLY knocks down the black goats in the video.
to write a 5000 word piece on Maymo the Lemon Beagle. Whose videos I "highly" recommend.
I hear that's all the rage these days.
Maybe they can do a followup article on zombo.com. I hear that is hip with the kids these days. Oh, and something about "All your base"?? I am not sure what it is, but I just love the new cutting animation in the music video.
//This is why I don't pay for the Globe
Back in the day, I'd sometimes put Zombocom on as background to get through large amounts of mindless work.
And now I have it playing again in background as I type this. "Welcome to you who have come to Zombocom!" Oh, Zombocom, I wish I knew how to quit you!
This must be the new, edgier Boston.Com. Hooray!
I mean I expect a new era of hard hitting journalism, scathing expose's and hometown punditry from a man whose most notable journalistic achievement to date is getting ""Buddy: How a Rooster Made Me a Family Man" published.
I am surprised the Globe has not done a story about how some people have taken to uploading indecent materials to web sites and how there are some web sites that show people in various states of undress! In all seriousness, there is probably a funny pie chart graphic illustrating the "value" of the internet as being something like 99% porn with the rest equally split between cats and social media.
an article about people watching cat videos?
I have an edgy idea - only make people register/login when they want to comment on a story.