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  • Some posts from Tumblr blogs

    Posted by Ralf Goergens on August 17th, 2013 (All posts by )

    Just some posts I found amusing:

    Busy kitten

    Japanese fantasy movies seem quite weird

    There actually is a preview of ‘Kill Bill’ in ‘Pulp Fiction’

    Some cute bats

     

    5 Responses to “Some posts from Tumblr blogs”

    1. Jonathan Says:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHN-f6xTzsY

    2. Ralf Goergens Says:

      Thanks, Jonathan. Racoons can actually be pretty nasty critters. That’s why it is a bad idea to de-claw cats, for example.

    3. Dan from Madison Says:

      I have found some hilarious tumblrs over time.

      http://lifeofastrangerwhostolemyphone.tumblr.com/
      http://onestaryelpreviewsofstripclubs.tumblr.com/
      http://fuckyournoguchicoffeetable.tumblr.com/

      To list a few.

      That said, I still can’t believe Yahoo paid billions for it. The original founders must be kicking back in the Caymans or wherever laughing their asses off.

    4. Ralf Goergens Says:

      Thanks Dan, those are pretty good.

      I am not sure that Tumblr might not turn out to be worth it, after all. What other platform does offer access to that my users? They also seem to be much more involved in their blogs and community than users of Facebook. There still is the question how to monetize the whole thing, but they may think of something yet.

    5. Ralf Goergens Says:

      Btw Jonathan, I suppose you know this abour racoons better than me, just sayin’. We have a growing population in Europe by now (esacapees from zoos, unspayed pets, etc) and it won’t be long until people realize that they aren’t just cute and harmless.

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