Many horrors exist within Tumblr's dark, recondite recesses. But every once in a while, you'll stumble upon a phenomenon that is beautiful for its sheer and utter and absurdity. Or in the case of one particular phenomenon, for Ron Weasely's tender, loving gaze as he looks into Justin Bieber's eyes.
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YouTube comments. Not much else needs to be said really. So void of content that simply looking at one is scientifically proven to suck intelligence directly from your brain. But take those comments, provide them as a script to a pair of English actors and film it like a Hitchcock movie and suddenly, it's Shakespeare (with NSFW language).
Not to enrage the Bieber Nation or Beliebers or whatever Bieberian name tweens and post-tweens call themselves now, but it looks like a lot of the people who follow him on Twitter are fake. In fact, he has the highest number of fakeout Twitter followers out of the top 10 Twitter accounts. 16.7 million accounts are fake! 2.6 million are inactive! Those numbers are ridiculous.
I think we can all agree that the Daily Telegraph's "Stop The Trolls" campaign had it all wrong. That goes double for Charlotte Dawson when she decided to "face" the folk that insulted her on Twitter. Little did we know that they should have all spoken to actress Olivia Wilde (Tron: Legacy) before doing anything. She has a brilliant way of beating trolls after insulting Justin Bieber last week.
YouTube is big fat no fun having missy when it comes to copyright rules. They're so afraid of pissing somebody off (and getting a lawsuit) that they'll even pull official videos now. Like today, when a prankster submitted a copyright claim against Justin Bieber's Vevo and YouTube took down his page.
When someone wants to take legal action against a company promoting any product involving teen pop snot Justin Bieber, we are so there. And if that company has also potentially besmirched the good name of Space Invaders, we'll bring our own thermos to court. Incredibly, this train of events has actually begun to transpire.