Thats a pic of Ryan Dodd with, we guess, frog legs or something because wow, thats huge. Anyways, we were doing a search for pictures of jumping, why? Because we can. Well, this picture popped up and its from Ryan's profile on a website called loopd.com, which is a sort of facebook deal for sports people. More specifically,
Who We Are...OK, whatever, its pretty neat I guess. Besides, if you think about it Myspace and Facebook are basically worthless because they have turned from what they were, easy ways to stalk your ex's and share pictures of you being drunk and stupid, to what they are now, corporate money whores where you can stalk your ex's, share pictures of you being drunk AND write on funwalls, send flair, engage in epic ninja battles, engage in social marketing initiatives and whatever other bullshit things they can think of to annoy you.
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Side note: is it not the most depressing thing that when the corporate world picks up on a marketing opportunity that whatever is fun turns into a convoluted mess of crap? I don't care about the damn Saturn Astra and no I don't want season one of "Entourage" sent to me. If i wanted to see a bunch of spoiled douchebags wander around and do douchy things I would put on my best sparkly shirt, eat some drugs and go to a dance club. Dress code: Hair gel, smarmy attitude, parents credit card.