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Ahh, Tom Hardy : Infamous star of Mad Maxoutspoken gay activist, hunky chunky body builder and now, thanks to some genius who sleuthed his old MySpace profile You see, before Tom was famous and had a publicist and team of frantic social media interns to make him look cool on the interwebs, he posted a lot of super embarrassing shit on MySpace. Evidence from his long lost account shows him mean mugging for the camera, duck-facing, prancing around in his little undies, and generally conducting himself as most young dudes do upon discovering its possible to broadcast an internet persona online.
Home Blog Why Myspace Sucks. After using Myspace for an extended period of time certain things began to annoy me. Some things have to do with the design of the site while others have to do with its users and the asinine things they do on here.
I doubt they'll last long with nudity and no warning of it It is ridiculous to set a detective story in New York City. New York City is itself a detective story
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Skip navigation! Since the dawn of the screenshot, we've been warned that once something's posted to the Internet, it's there forever. But, that's the beauty of it, too.
By Chelsea White For Dailymail. After more than a decade, no doubt this star was hoping this embarrassing piece of social media would never resurface. Taylor Swift can thank the good people over at Buzzfeed for having enough time on their hands to trawl the internet and find all that remains for the star's alleged MySpace.
Tom Anderson, who co-founded Myspace inissued the warning during a wide-ranging debate about censorship on Google's various platforms, a debate started after TechCrunch columnist MG Siegler had his profile picture removed by Google. A bug? Because I am giving the middle finger in it. The picture in question shows Siegler casually raising his middle digit to the camera as he glances away from the lens.