Hipster Olympics: A battle of Apathetic Grandeur
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A double, triple (?) dose of irony is used to capture the essence of the hipster in the yearly "Hipster Olympics" - quite a tee off of champions - the kind who don't stand for anything. Pretty funny stuff. I can't help but want to say to these people, "Hey! Haven't you heard? Caring is the new apathy!" I don't think they'd get it.

on Fri, Aug 8 2008 · 3,049 Views
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