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25th Jan '16 6:19:57 PM DavidDelony
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* Yahoo is still very big in Japan because its information is better localized than Website/{{Google}}'s is there.
7th Sep '15 12:43:10 PM nombretomado
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* Fotolog, despite being headquartered in NewYorkCity, is extraordinarily popular in Spain and South America, to the point where the Argentinian equivalent of {{emo}}[=/=]scene fashion was known as the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flogger_(fashion) "Flogger"]]. Eventually, though, as Facebook started to gain more acceptance in Argentina, and a few violent episodes covered by the media involving Floggers, starting in March 2009 (end of summer vacations) Flogger fashion started to lay down quietly.

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* Fotolog, despite being headquartered in NewYorkCity, UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, is extraordinarily popular in Spain and South America, to the point where the Argentinian equivalent of {{emo}}[=/=]scene fashion was known as the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flogger_(fashion) "Flogger"]]. Eventually, though, as Facebook started to gain more acceptance in Argentina, and a few violent episodes covered by the media involving Floggers, starting in March 2009 (end of summer vacations) Flogger fashion started to lay down quietly.
6th Apr '15 2:33:53 PM griffn29
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* [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Golden Raspberry Awards]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for [[Film/{{SavingChristmas}} Saving Christmas]] on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).

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* [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Golden Raspberry Awards]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for [[Film/{{SavingChristmas}} Saving Christmas]] on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture). It wouldn't be surprising if it's appeal in Japan comes from how the awards [[SoBadItsGood derive earnest entertainment from things that would otherwise be mediocre]], similar to {{The Nostalgia Critic}} or [[Creator/{{Cinemassacre}} The Angry Videogame Nerd]], who both also have Japanese fans.
6th Apr '15 2:22:54 PM griffn29
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* [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Golden Raspberry Awards]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for {{Saving Christmas}} on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).

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* [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Golden Raspberry Awards]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for {{Saving Christmas}} [[Film/{{SavingChristmas}} Saving Christmas]] on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).
6th Apr '15 2:20:56 PM griffn29
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* [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Golden Raspberry]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for {{Saving Christmas}} on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).

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* [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Golden Raspberry]] Raspberry Awards]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for {{Saving Christmas}} on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).
6th Apr '15 2:20:29 PM griffn29
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* [[UsefulNotes:GoldenRaspberryAward The Razzies]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for {{Saving Christmas}} on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).

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* [[UsefulNotes:GoldenRaspberryAward [[GoldenRaspberryAward The Razzies]] Golden Raspberry]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for {{Saving Christmas}} on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture). picture).
6th Apr '15 2:16:45 PM griffn29
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* [[Useful Notes: Golden Raspberry Award The Razzies]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for [[Saving Christmas]] on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).

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* [[Useful Notes: Golden Raspberry Award [[UsefulNotes:GoldenRaspberryAward The Razzies]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for [[Saving Christmas]] {{Saving Christmas}} on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).
6th Apr '15 2:15:54 PM griffn29
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* [[Useful Notes: Golden Raspberry Award The Razzies]] actually have a decent following in Japan, despite most of the films involved being mainstream American films, some of which probably haven't even made it to Japan (For example, the top hits for [[Saving Christmas]] on Japanese Google are all related to it's Razzie award for worst picture).
1st Apr '15 3:13:20 AM Zaratustra
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* [[http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/i-followed-my-stolen-iphone-across-the-world-became-a-celebr follow the link]] to see how a simple iPhone theft can snowball into a Buzzfeed journalist being treated like a major celebrity in a Chinese province.
19th Mar '15 9:09:58 AM TheRedRedKroovy
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* The social networking site Friendster, while [[DeaderThanDisco long-dead]] in its birthplace of North America and subject to AnyoneRememberPogs-style [[http://www.theonion.com/video/internet-archaeologists-find-ruins-of-friendster-c,14389/ jokes]] by ''TheOnion'', remained ''the'' FriendingNetwork in large parts of East and Southeast Asia during the mid-late '00s (to the point where it moved its headquarters to Kuala Lumpur), eventually morphing into an equally popular social gaming site in 2011. At last count, the top five countries using Friendster were the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, and the US.
** Which leads to an inversion: While Friendster was used in the Philippines so much, MySpace was [[AmericansHateTingle rarely used or mentioned there even at its height]], despite the ability of its users to befriend celebs there.
* The Orkut social network, created by Google, out of all the possible countries, is very popular in India, Estonia and especially Brazil. In fact, Orkut became so popular among Brazilians within a year of its launch that many of its American users fled. A few years later, Orkut's headquarters were moved to Brazil. It's one of the most popular websites on the internet, but largely unknown in its country of origin, where its parent company is a household name.

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* The social networking site Friendster, while [[DeaderThanDisco long-dead]] in its birthplace of North America and subject to AnyoneRememberPogs-style [[http://www.theonion.com/video/internet-archaeologists-find-ruins-of-friendster-c,14389/ jokes]] by ''TheOnion'', ''Website/TheOnion'', remained ''the'' FriendingNetwork in large parts of East and Southeast Asia during the mid-late '00s (to the point where it '00s, The company moved its headquarters to Kuala Lumpur), eventually morphing Lumpur in 2009, and the site's success mostly blocked the rise of Website/{{Myspace}} in the Philippines, despite Myspace offering the ability for users to befriend celebrities. While it did cease to be a social network in 2011, this was due to its transformation into an equally popular a social gaming site instead, which remains popular in 2011. At last count, the top five region. Today, over 90% of the site's traffic comes from Asia, particularly Southeast Asian countries using Friendster were like the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}}, UsefulNotes/{{Indonesia}}, UsefulNotes/{{Malaysia}}, and the US.
** Which leads to an inversion: While Friendster was used in the Philippines so much, MySpace was [[AmericansHateTingle rarely used or mentioned there even at its height]], despite the ability of its users to befriend celebs there.
UsefulNotes/{{Singapore}}.
* The Orkut social network, created by Google, out of all the possible countries, is very popular in India, Estonia Estonia, and especially Brazil. In fact, Orkut became so popular among Brazilians within a year of its launch that many of its American users fled. A few years later, Orkut's headquarters were moved to Brazil.the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte. It's one of the most popular websites on the internet, but largely unknown in its country of origin, where its parent company is a household name.
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