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The web has made comedy and satire more effective tools than ever before

15th May, 2015

One of my proudest internet moments involved an unplanned interaction with a website called Girls on a Map. The site asked users to upload geotagged pictures of “hot women” who were also “easy”. I asked my internet friends to help me upload, instead, pictures of dressed-up dogs, historical figures, and anything else that would render the borderline ‘rape website’ useless.

They couldn’t take them down as fast as we...

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