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About May 21st, 2011 Rapture Prediction refers to an unfulfilled prophecy made by Harold Camping, who had claimed that May 21st, 2011 will bring the “Rapture” -- the day when those who follow the Christian faith will be taken to live eternally in a place called “heaven”, leaving the rest of the non-believers behind (See also December 21, 2012 ).
The story essentially begins back in April 2006 when 'Boxxy' joined the anime forum/game based site Gaia Online under the username 'M o l d yLunchboxx'. It appears Boxxy returned from a Gaia hiatus at the very end of 2007, and embarked on a posting spree which lasted a week. It was during this first week of January 2008 that she made two Youtube videos for two fellow Gaia users, '4DM1RALAWESOME' and another referred to simply as 'Ant'.
5 July 2010 Last updated at 06:31 ET By Daniel Emery Technology reporter, BBC News
Last night, the users of 4Chan.org's notorious /b/ message board declared war on the lead singer of an obscure electro-pop band. More than 12 hours later, they're still waging it.
After an epic two week struggle, an explosive final day seems to have brought an end to the most bizarre and controversial net saga for some time. Boxxy’s Youtube was hacked.
Gimme More The counterpoint to “ do not want ” and the drinking buddy of “sauce”, MOAR is an expression of interest and desire, indicating the poster wishes more of the same or similar type of content thus provided.
In last night’s Members Only post (password: cf4l), I shared a lovely piece of ragemail from someone who feels that making fun of her Twilight fan art is akin to bullying a gay person to death. Seriously. To retaliate, she has amended all 35 of her coloring book pages on Etsy to include this important message:
Sometimes the Internet saves people from being sex trafficked.