Ryan Raburn Makes an Impossibly Bad Throw

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Spiking the ball is usually done in a different sport Raburn, but good hustle. Here's a full video of the play:

Kim Kardashian Has a Branded iPhone Game (Already Terrible) and People Were Really Upset That it Went Down This Weekend (Somehow More Terrible)

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Kim Kardashian Has a Branded iPhone Game (Already Terrible) and People Were Really Upset That it Went Down This Weekend (Somehow More Terrible)
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I wish to the powers that be that I was not making that headline up. From what I can gleam in skimming the description (because anything more than a quick skim would cause a mortal's face to melt like in the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark) the game is about your rise to fame through photoshoots and modeling. And there's a rival named Willow, or something. When the servers for the game went down this weekend, people were none too pleased about it:







These are all grown-ass adults. Good night, everyone.

This Weekend's #twitterpurge is More Proof That We Can't Have Nice Things. Ever.

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This Weekend's #twitterpurge is More Proof That We Can't Have Nice Things. Ever.
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Picture above via Urban Dictionary.

This weekend saw a disturbing hashtag trend made in promotion of the newest movie in "The Purge" franchise (you know, the movie that sets its premise on the idea that people would turn into violent Freudian monsters if crime was legal for a day rather than just like... deal with their problems like adults). The idea was to promote users to go wild and free on the social media network for a day, which inevitably led to jerks exposing graphically violent content - or even worse, nude photos of (often underage) ex-girlfriends.

This led some to parody the whole event outright:





Meanwhile, others got right to the heart of the matter:



Maybe instead we should have just purged social media from our system entirely?