|Udderdude - 2008-02-12 |
Uh huh. This whole Anonymous vs. Scientology thing is beyond retarded.
|bakune young - 2008-02-12 |
GOT EM ON THE RUN
|coprolalia - 2008-02-12 |
Someone needs to put a tighter lid on the Internet's jar.
|GoodAaron - 2008-02-12 |
Five Starred to keep this from dropping off the front page.
This is a fascinating historical artifact that posterity will look back on. This is our generation's 1968 Democratic Convention.
|Aelric - 2008-02-12 |
butter vs. bullshit, who will rise to the top?
|StumpyJoeMcGee - 2008-02-12 |
I wish they had used the "Scaryroll" version.
|Hooper_X - 2008-02-12 |
I laughed. Then again, I'm using this in my Intro Sociology class to discuss deviance and subcultures.
|Xenocide - 2008-02-12 |
Five stars for the haters. You guys are just scared Xenu will take away your e-readers if you admit you like this.
|baleen - 2008-02-12 |
I like when people protest things for no particular reason and using Rick Astley as a talking point holds a lot of power for me.
|ProfessorChaos - 2008-02-12 |
There's a whole page of videos from this protest - and all of them are internet memes overflowing into real life.
For someone who did a project for one of my college classes on this sort of thing, this whole gig amuses me way more then it probably should.
|themilkshark - 2008-02-12 |
|ZawBanjito - 2008-02-12 |
Well, it's amusing to see net tards thinking they're awesome. -2 for not showing any Scientologists huddling in outrage. If we're going to showcase ludicrous white people wasting time in mobs, please can have some BALANCE? Thank yew.
|Cinnamon Imperialist - 2008-02-12 |
Never Gonna Give you Up makes a good protest song.
|Sean Robinson - 2008-02-12 |
See, if you let it come into contact with air, it congeals and then you need bleach to get rid of it.
|Dicknuts - 2008-02-12 |
People who coordinated something on the internet? In freezing weather? Before noon? To give people shit who deserve to be given shit? And people actually showed up? And sang Rick Astley without a hint of shame?
|citrusmirakel - 2008-02-12 |
They're seriously wearing masks? God forbid Anonymous get discovered for being the political leaders they actually are.
|grimetooth - 2008-02-12 |
merr...I attended the boston protest, which was much more focused on informing people about the badness of scientology. Besides a brief playing of "chocolate rain" during a snow squall, it was surprisingly meme free.
|Adramelech - 2008-02-12 |
It must really suck to feel the need to belong to something this badly. Christ the internet generation is horrible. Give these kids something to care about please.
|Jeff Fries - 2008-02-13 |
Hurts too much to watch.
|yoyo1 - 2008-02-13 |
Wow the scientologist were probably expecting CP or something and they got totally rickrolled.
|Black Napkins - 2008-02-19 |
I think this is the point where I realize that the average POEtv viewer is more interested in sounding worldly and jaded than actually seeing worthwhile things.
Enjoy your PBR, kids.
Oh, there's my ass. Thanks for handing it to me.
|oogaBooga - 2008-08-29 |
They will have most of your identities by the end of the day, DEFINITELY the boombox guy. Mask or not, he has to go home sometime.
Scientologists are patient litigators.
5 stars because it has the word scientology in the description hurf
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