March 1, 2011
In case you haven't noticed yet, we are trying out an exciting new feature that will allow you to comment on your favorite buzz using Facebook. You can still comment the regular way, but if you're logged in to Facebook, you can also in the new "Facebook Conversations" field underneath a post. You'll then have the option to move that conversation to your own Facebook page if you want. Try it out and tell us what you think!
The year was 1989. Inexplicably, Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, federal judge Renee Cardwell Hughes, and pals attended Leadership Inc.'s 30 anniversary.
Wait, there are girls on the Internet?
Stupid hipsters, stop making these. At least I'm not the only one fed up with quotes on unrelated backgrounds.
At least he used his own name. They can’t take that away from him!
Do you hear the people sing, singing the songs of working men?
That's no herd, it's a murder. And all this time I'd just been using herd, flock and school. My eyes, they have been opened.
1993. A simpler time.
Our favorite Toy Story characters have jumped off the big screen and onto Facebook. At one point Andy, we all have to segue into the real world.
It's like Disney looked around and thought, "Quick! Which of our starlets is the least entitled druggie?"
Once you’ve had an experience like Ronald Washington, you never escalate again. You elevate.
Surrounded by people with expensive cameras? Meh. Hipster Kitteh does not care.