Seattle signs claim the internet is ending Thursday, so get ready

  1. Seattle is a weird place. They have a soda vending machine in Capital Hill that nobody knows who is stocking it. It has mystery buttons that gives you old rare soda cans. I got an old pepsi that google told me was from the early 90s. This was back in 2014 when I lived out there. I did not drink it but I did leave it to the roommate when I moved.

  2. We can all start drawing it for one another on demand, like the South Park episode. Where they had to unplug and plug back in the giant router.

  3. You know, it's been about 15 years since I bought a porno mag. I should really go check out how it's going this decade.

  4. What if it turns out to be a mom warning her 12 year old asshole of a son that his constant disrespect and total lack of progress as a student just won't be tolerated any longer?

  5. The signs are all over Seattle, and the site the article links to has a countdown to 2 pm. I'm assuming they mean 2 pm PST. My sister is convinced it's some local viral startup thing, anyways.

  6. You guys know this is just a countdown to the reveal of the next hot TikTok trend right? They mean that afterwards the internet as we know it will be dead.

  7. I'm curious about the signs that are placed below the official signs (like the speed limit ones). They look very legit - I'm sure they're not, but I remember when people were going around putting "YOU SHALL NOT" plaques over the "DO NOT" part of the "Do Not Pass" signs, the ones they found were removed, and anyone found doing it was fined for defacement of public signs.

  8. Has anybody else seen this? It's kind of Lost-like. Maybe viral marketing, but definitely a little creepy.

  9. It's going to be thoroughly disappointing, no matter what it is. And my hopes for it are already in the gutter with the day I'm having.

  10. Inspect page gets you this image - nothing too noteworthy otherwise. Those saying it's not working - scroll all the way to the bottom. That's where the countdown is.

  11. I mean, I doubt anything but viral marketing stupidity will happen. But if you read the story, all the signs are in Seattle, and it links to a site with a countdown timer that ends at 2 pm PST, so...

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