Two Years After KONY 2012, Has Invisible Children Grown Up?
In March 2012, a human rights organization's documentary about a central African despot became the most viral video of all time, and the ensuing furor resulted in its leader's bizarre public meltdown. On the second anniversary of the phenomenon, everyone involved is still figuring out what it all means.
Check Out Invisible Children's Fun Music Video About Uganda
In this 2006 music video, the guys from Invisible Children pop and lock, shoot lazer beams that turn high school students in back-up dancers, sign cringe-worthy lyrics about Uganda, and if you can make it to the end, an entire town sings and dances about African Warlords. Watch the video and then share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter!
"Kony 2012" Director Arrested For Public Masturbation
Jason Russell, star and co-creator of viral phenomenon Kony 2012, was arrested in San Diego for public masturbation and vandalizing cars. NBC San Diego is reporting Russell was detained last night, with police describing his behavior as "very strange."
The Definitive 'Kony 2012' Drinking Game
In case you missed all the Kony stuff yesterday, here's a quick primer. But, as always happens with an Internet phenomenon of any reasonable calibre, a vicious backlash is already well underway. Which, so, here's an official drinking game for all you Kony 2012 backlashers out there. Drink responsibly!