Welcome to the Internet, where weirdness is as close as your mouse.
Today's example: The video clip below, which allows users to insert any name they'd like into a mock news story about swelling support for an unknown presidential candidate. Of course, I entered my name, which magically pops up on a bus board, a newspaper and even a tramp stamp tattooed on a very unlikely lower back.
Check it out for yourself by clicking "More," and start your own campaign here. -- Michael Roberts
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