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So, that's what the voice of God sounds like then. Any funeral of mine that fails to play this song, is an outright disgrace, and you better believe I'll do nothing short of 'roll over in my grave.'




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It’s the 10th anniversary of the device you might be reading this post from, the iPhone.

It’s been quite a ride from the phone, iPod, camera mashup to that thing you frequently yell at for acting “weird.” What a long, strange trip it’s been…

Take a step back into the past and watch Steve Jobs introduce this bad boy to the world and change it forever.

via Clara

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The user responsible for sharing this gem of a troll heist with us was quoted in the original photo saying, "I don't know about you guys, but I already found my new role model for 2017." Yo. Right there with you.

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"Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch" in case you're wondering the spelling on that madness.

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CES is one of the biggest tech events of the year. It’s when everyone convinces you that you need to buy a terrifying robot Einstein for some reason.

But Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson and American Greetings — yeah, the greeting card company — trolled all of them.

Promising “a device like none other,” Offerman and America Greetings delivered just that. Offerman took to the stage to present… a regular greeting card that looks like:



via Mashable

Offerman, who was there to present the product had this to say:

"When I started dating my wife — her name is Megan Mullally, she's a very beautiful actress and singer and goddess — she and I loved giving each other cards," he told a crowd at the press event. "It's a very important part of our relationship, and so we've continued that practice.

"Even though there are times when it's more appropriate, of course, to send a text or an email ... when you really want to get a sentiment across, there's nothing like the artifact of the handwritten card.

D'awwww... now go buy one for you mother or something.

H/T Mashable