3.25.2014

My Face Is A Viral Meme

I woke up around 9:30 am Vegas time, after only sleeping for a few hours. I lazily checked my phone and email. Far more emails than normal, but I'd get to them later. I was in Vegas after all. I quickly glanced at my blog's Facebook page and noticed quite a few messages. Something was up. Most of the emails were from people I didn't know, and all focused on the same topic: Did you know you're a meme?

Ok... let me just click on this link...
My face, on a right wing conservative meme making fun of Obamacare.  (Also, they might want to learn how to spell conspiracy). As you can see this has been shared over 14,000 times and liked over 20,000 times. This one was posted on The Right Wing News Facebook page — just one of several sites sharing this, all with different versions of my crying face, all anti-Obama.

You might remember this picture from THIS POST when the guy at the hair salon dyed my hair way too dark and I was so upset I took a selfie mid cry. I also used the photo when I went through the different shades of my hair color throughout my hair dying years. Never did I imagine it would be swiped and used for propaganda.
This one's via The Comical Conservative (note how I'm giving credit.) 
Here's what really gets me: I don't talk politics on this blog, because, honestly,  I'm not as informed as I'd like to be. But if anyone asked me I'd tell them that I voted for Obama, twice. Not only that, I actually HAVE Obamacare. Yep. I went to healthcare.gov and got insurance. Despite all the negative publicity, I have to say it was easy. I had no problems. And, unlike what the picture would have you believe, I never expected it to be free. So, not only did someone take my picture without my consent, they used it to profess the opposite of what I stand for. 

What I find interesting today is that with so much information out there, we simply take what suits us and toss out anything that doesn't. So, typically, I wouldn't see this meme or even care. But because it hit so close to home, I was forced to consider the implications. It seems that as a society, we're blasting out information without too much concern as to whether it's wrong, right or even misspelled. (I'm sure I've been guilty of that myself.) And if that information (or misinformation) finds its way onto the right channel, it has the potential to go viral, regardless of the context. Who cares if the sobbing girl in the picture is actually upset over a botched hair job, and not crying over "big bad" Obama's Affordable Care Act?

Well, I do. Several of the comments on the fake political poster using my face, criticized "young people who just think they have it so tough. God I hate them." One told the girl in the picture to "Grow the fuck up." Meaning me. Most of the comments were basically just anti-Obama for the sake of being anti-Obama. We see images like this everyday. We laugh, we share, we move on. But when it twists the truth just to confuse and misinform, it makes you realize that much of what is out there isn't true. No matter what side you're on. What's more disturbing is when your face or name is associated with something you don't believe in, and there's really not a whole lot you can do about it.

If there's an upside in this it is my renewed urge to keep more informed. To not share information that is wrong, misleading, or has no relevance. And never steal people's images and make fun of them. This would have made way more sense:

And come on people, don't make fun of the person in the meme. It probably has nothing to do with what the issue actually is. Take these random memes I found on the Internet:
Memes: we have feelings too.
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125 comments:

  1. Dude, this sucks. The only weird issue I've ever had with photos I put online was that someone contacted me to tell me that my picture was being used for personal ads on Craigslist in Canada. This sucks way more than that!

    The spelling error in Conspiracy would also drive me bonkers.

    I'm so sorry this happened to you! People really suck sometimes.

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  2. Wow! I can't believe they just took your picture like that! The irony.. Especially since your personal views are completely opposite from what the meme is proclaiming. I'm glad you wrote this post to set the record straight.

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  3. Wow, just wow. That stinks! Maybe start watermarking?

    Also, the typo makes me crazy.

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  4. omg that sucks! Like i guess Ive never really thought about it before, those are real people and someone just posted some words over their picture. WOW kinda makes me feel bad for sharing some of them now. Hate that happened to you!

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  5. So, have you commented on the picture and said it was you and that you have Obamacare? I would like to see where that leads...

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    1. Damn it Blogger, get it together and have a "like" button already ;)

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    2. I agree...I think its bull that they used it without your permission as well!

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    3. it's been shared 14,000 times and is on 100s of different facebook pages! so that's the problem, it's hard to track down who started it. But yes I have written on a couple of the pages that have shared it. No response yet...

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    4. Excellent point and I too want a like button

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    5. Seriously, blogger should have a like button.

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  6. Oh my gosh! That is SO wrong that someone stole your photo and then slapped their views all over it. Did you contact the Facebook page and say the image was used without your permission?

    -Sharon
    The Tiny Heart
    $520 Giveaway!

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  7. That is horrible...I am sorry that happened and basically people are douches!

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  8. WOAH! did you tell them to take it down? That is crazy! The internet is the weirdest!

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  9. Makes you realize how much misinformation is out there. Goes to show you: Don't believe everything you read.

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  10. Have you contacted the original 'hilarious' maker of the meme? I'd love to see you post that it was used without your permission ie stolen and that you are pro-Obama (as am I but I also never blog about politics.)

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  11. WTF! This is crazy! I can't believe they have taken your picture to create a meme like this!
    On the other hand, to make it something that is completely opposite than what you really stand for is even worse!
    If i do find this in my feed, I will report it for you...

    xoxo
    Andie
    Andie's Traveling Pants

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  12. Can you report the picture to Facebook as inappropriate? Or the page? I love how they didn't even check the spelling.

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  13. WOW.. just floored makes me either want to stop blogging with pics or watermark the heck outta everything in a way the water mark cant be cut out..

    So sorry this has happened to you.

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  14. I would have been so upset if my photo was used like that. But I agree, people should be mean to the meme!

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  15. This creeps me out so much. Sorry to hear your face was stolen. Let us know if you ever get to the bottom of who started the meme.

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  17. Dude. Who actually takes this seriously and bashes the people in the meme?! Like you sat there and made it of yourself?! Pffft. Idiots.

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  18. memes - we have feelings too. people are dumb. but i like the meme you made of yourself :)

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  19. Wowww I cant believe they did this to you!! is there anything you can do to have it taken down? And the people saying hurtful things about you are just pitiful! You clearly didnt do this yourself

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  20. Oh my gosh this is hillarious, not the actual meme because it's just stupid no matter what your political beliefs are (although I'm from the land where gay marriage and marijuana are legal so you can guess what mine are) but I love that you're now an official meme. You're practically a celebrity!

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  21. People are nuts, I much prefer your meme to the one they made. I'm going to share this post maybe the whole thing will go viral! :)

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    1. Thank you for sharing it!!!!! I really appreciate that. And I really hope that whoever made this will see it, thank you again!!

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  23. This is just like when that photo I took got swiped by a writer who was ranting about couples with no kids! Remember that? I'm sorry this happened :-/

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  24. This kind of makes me speechless, but i felt like I needed to comment. JK, I'm never really speechless. I'm with Sarah - you should totally comment on it - although politics makes people say mean things and i don't know that you want to start that up. Memes have feelings too is my favorite line.

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  25. That is crazy they stole your picture to make a meme. Hopefully you can get it taken down. Craziness.

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  26. Wow, wow wow. I have a knot in my stomach for you... are you ok? I feel like they violated you and that's so upsetting :(

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  27. This would make me so upset!! Actually wait, it does make me really upset that people just take whatever photos they want and use them as their own!

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  28. Oh my gosh...this is definitely scary! However, I do have to say that you are handling it like a pro!

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  29. Wow... you should maybe start watermarking your pics or having some sort of caption or overlay. Also, I'm not sure how to do it, but I know some people disable the right click and save option for pics on their blogs.

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  30. That fucking sucks.

    Also, I think you're awesome for so many reasons in this post. SO awesome.

    But screw those guys for turning you into a nonsensical meme with TYPOS in front of it. Ugh. I hate that this happened to you.

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  31. Wow, that's a little crazy. I'd be a little freaked out if I saw my picture turned into a meme! lo

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  32. Wow! That's crazy! People really suck sometimes. I do admire the way you're handling it though. :D

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  33. the level of crazy..I just..I just can't. but, dang girl - you're handling this like a boss! ps. do you find it ironic that this happened in vegas? just me? k.

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  34. Great response :)

    I did think to myself when I first saw the picture, "Oh her hair looks good!" And then I remembered that is the exact reason you were crying, ha.

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  35. If a conservative group used my pic as a meme for their propaganda, I'd be effing PISSED. I'm sharing this post all over creation.

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  36. Wow. As a lawyer, I have to say that I am BEYOND offended for you! In fact, if it were me, is have cease and desist letters in their inbox by the afternoon. Grrr!

    -Kate
    www.theflorkens.con

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  37. Ehh.. just ehh. I'm sorry that happened - that's infuriating. #memesarepeopletoo

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  38. That time when one of my friends became internet famous. #memesarepeopletoo Love you ;)

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  39. Holy crap. That's insane. I'm actually infuriated for you. I understand that what we put on the internet can end up anywhere, but who says it should? I don't think it should be acceptable to steal someone's picture and turn it into a meme without their permission. I hope this meme eventually disappears completely.

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  40. WOW! That is crazy, and scary.

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  41. This is insane! I can't even imagine what you must feel like, especially knowing that you feel the opposite of what the meme says. I guess this is considered a "downside" to blogging, but it just isn't right. Just know I cried when a lady botched my eyebrow wax! I feel your pain for botched hair dos too!

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  42. Unbelievable! I can't believe that but what's even worse is that people have time to sit around and make this shit up. Sometimes I hate the internet. And people.

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  44. Ohgod I can't believe you're a meme. You have to hope that nobody took it seriously with the huge typo, but then again I guess some people are as uninformed about voting as they are about the letter 'p'.

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  45. Damn, girl. That sucks! I never really thought about the people in the meme and this hits close to home. Sorry that they did that. Pretty insane. Glad you're taking it okay though.

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  46. WOW. This is nuts. I honestly would be so upset if I were you!! Your response is great and I think the meme YOU made should go viral instead. Way better.

    xo

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  47. People on social media always want to be worked up about SOMETHING, and it's so true that they don't even care if it's real, or if it has a multitude of grammatical and spelling errors. I remember before the ACA rolled out and people on my news feed were sharing articles about how this signified the "end times" because the ACA was going to require every American to get a chip implanted in their wrist that would basically be the same thing as the mark of the beast. I had to remove those people from my news feed because I could not believe they would just go post something like that and not even bother to check if it was true (obviously, it was false, and that technological "mark of the beast" nonsense has been going around since the late 90s, early 2000s. Just because it's on the internet, doesn't mean it is true.

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  48. Man, when you said you were a meme I was really hoping it was going to be something more funny... this is just lame. And if they're going to take your photo completely out of context, could they at least spell check that shit?

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  49. I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS HAPPENED TO YOU!

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  50. What?? I've thought about this before--the "memes have feelings too" factor. I mean, it's pretty obvious in most cases of memes that people just add words to a photo and probably the original person or photographer really has nothing to do with the words of the meme anyways. It's kind of ridiculous to me that people were talking to the girl in the photo, you, to stop crying about the healthcare costs...it's like, seriously? Are they that confused? Memes aren't true. And that's incredibly annoying for them to make a meme of you. It's one thing if someone makes a meme of their own picture...

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  51. That's insane! I wonder if that picture will be used for things besides Obamacare, though? If not, it'll die out in a bit.

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  52. So THIS is why they tell us to watermark all our pictures. Lesson learned! I can't believe this happened to you. Even as someone who IS opposed to Obamacare, I am upset on your behalf.

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  53. That really must be super annoying to see your face on something you don't even support. And who are these people who assume a MEME is actually about that topic? Good grief, people.

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  54. WTF????? They stole your picture and used it for that???? I mean that's copyright infringement no? Ugh girl I am so sorry. I will say you are a pretty crier though :-) I am ugly girl tears 100%

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  55. oh my gosh- this is crazy! It's a little scary how a photo can just be stole and then turned into whatever someone wants to make it.

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  56. Wooooooowwwwwwwww. I have to share this. I dont even know what to say.

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  57. Seriously crazy! This is what makes me feel like I need to do a better job protecting my images/blog, etc. So sorry this happened to you =\ I cannot imagine your frustration!

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  58. This is crazy!!! I mean just crazy. I can't fathom this.

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  59. What an ass! Seriously?! I guess what people don't understand - when these pictures are stolen they can affect the people IN THE PICTURE. What if your boss saw this and fired you for it!? I mean geez. OR what if it had been turned into something even worse ...UGH. I am sorry you are having to deal with this girl. I hope you can at least make them take it down!

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  60. Oh my gosh! The internet sucks sometimes. It's annoying too because it's such a pain in the arse to watermark photos!!!

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  61. I very seriously cannot wrap my head around this at all. Whoever is commenting nasty things about you obviously doesn't have any positive thoughts in their little heads. I mean c'mon it's a meme for lords sake. I think all of your readers should send this post to CNN or something. That may be dramatic but I mean, so is taking a bad hair day and turning it into a poor political statement.

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  62. I can't believe someone grabbed your picture like that. Insane!!! I am so sorry that happened, but I do love this post...setting the record straight!!

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  63. This is like partially funny, and mostly disturbing. I guess this is like the ultimate internet warning. I saw this post just as I'm writing one full of my face. It's making me reconsider things..

    Volumesofwords.com

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  64. Wow. This makes me re-think the pictures I post on social media, and perhaps maybe I should start watermarking them.

    So sorry this has happened to you, but well done for standing up for yourself and setting the record straight.

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  65. Dude. This is really nucking futs. I hope you get it all sorted out. Also the meme you made, cracked me up. I have cried over my hair color WAY TOO MANY times. That's a meme I actually would have shared and totally related with.

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  66. Ohhh Helene- your last line. You DO have feelings, my friendly meme.

    This just really sucks. Really, really sucks.

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  67. First, can I have your autograph because those big numbers say you're famous? Second, that meme you picked on the bottom right was my high school boyfriend. Just kidding, but he did go to high school with me. AND his pic has been turned into ALL kinds of memes about our small hometown and then about not doing drugs. It's actually just a really bad picture of him, not one where he's all kinds of messed up by goodness knows what substances.

    And, you made such a lovely story of this. Something that I always admire and cherish slash hope to do. :)

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    1. See but that's the thing! It was just a bad picture! This is just a bad picture of me that people are spreading around! has nothing to do with what they're saying!!

      And thank you so much!

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  68. That is really lame. It couldn't have at least been a good meme?! But really, you should contact the organization/person who made it and demand royalties or for them to attribute that you didn't give consent for your face to be standing for their cause. Either way, they should have to do something.

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    1. haha it is lame! I think my meme is way better. I mean it is silly to cry and take a picture, totally get that, so make fun of THAT

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  69. Oh my gosh, I am so sorry! I can't believe people steal pictures from other people and create memes like this! I really hope Facebook takes it down, or something comes of your post. I've read some other similar stories, and it's just not okay. It's hard to imagine that people think something like that is no big deal. How violating, I'm so sorry!

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  70. This deeply upsets me. I suppose there isn't anything to be done?

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  71. Omg! I can't believe some inconsiderate idiot used your picture like that without your permission! I agree with others--see if you can have it removed or something. People shouldn't be allowed to just do that!

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  72. this is just so unacceptable! especially since someone obviously used a clear image of you (no text overlay) and added their own message. Just terrible. So sorry for you. I hope that you can get the image removed pronto! Just another lesson to demonstrate how careful we must be.

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  73. Also! I read your comment on the post and the response was RIDICULOUS! Here's how to report it to Facebook (AND they have a section for this!).

    Go to the Photo. See right above the photo where there's a double-ended diagonal arrow? Click that. Hover over the photo, click "Options" and "Report." Then click "I think this shouldn't be on Facebook" and there is an option for "This uses my name or picture to insult me." That's the one you want. Good luck!

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  74. blah that sucks. the thing is, we see those types of things on the internet, laugh and then sometimes even share them without really thinking about how it affects the actual person of that picture. sorry that that happened to you :(

    -kathy
    Vodka and Soda

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  75. That's terrible! I've never really thought of how the people in the memes must be feeling... I think because usually meme photos are grainier and not great quality, so I assume they're older pictures, but this really, really sucks!

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  76. That really does suck! Just be careful not to out yourself for real trying to get it removed. As a parent of a teen we are constantly warned about how to handle unflattering things that sometimes go viral. As bad as it is to have your face out there associated with something you don't espouse, you are still somewhat anonymous. The last thing you want is for the haters to get your name or any other even more personal information. I'm a mom... sorry I can't help think about all the crazy predators out there!! Have a drink hun. So sorry that happened to you!

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  77. Ugh I cannot believe they just used your face like that! I like the meme you made much better ;-)

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  78. Oh my gosh! I can't believe someone made you a meme. That's not fair. It's ridiculous that anything posted can be used without people's consent. I would email the facebook page that made that and tell them to take it down. I can't believe people can just do that. Ugh.

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  79. OH MY WORD I cant believe this happened to you! So sorry!!!!

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  80. I don't know what to say so all I will say is I came and read and thought oh my goodness

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  81. That is INSANE you were in a meme -- seriously! I'd be pissed. Although I'll be the first to admit, I crack up at meme's on Pinterest all day...when they are silly and fun!

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  82. That is seriously crazy, and I can't get over the irony of the fact that it's an anti-Obama meme when you're clearly not anti-Obamacare. I thought that this was a well-written response; it's easy to get really upset and cry about how unfair it is, but I thought your response was very well articulated and thoughtful. I'll also say that the upside is that at least you're a pretty crier!

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  83. Oh my gosh! I saw your picture on instagram but had no idea it was this intense..that's crazy! Hopefully this post will get shared enough times that people will realize that maaaaaaybe they should ask before they steal a photo.

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  84. What a world we live in. You bring up such a great consideration, we had NEVER considered the actual people in the photos and how they feel. I think this could actually be a really good Ellen segment. How do we pitch it to them? All will be ok if you end up on the Ellen Show.

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  85. I really have nothing to say except that this really really sucks.

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  86. Oh my goodness, how awful! I am so sorry!

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  87. My goodness, I am totally speechless! How could they… this is one of those posts to scare children against sharing their lives on the internet (we are too far in to save)… I am so sorry lady & hope that you get this resolved! At least a sorry!!
    xx
    Here&Now

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  88. I'm Pro-Obama but no one would care because I'm Canadian.. haha! I would have been slightly annoyed but at least you have this lovely platform with all of your followers to set those silly meme making peeps straight.. !

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  89. SO GLAD for your last montage and comments. It properly upsets me when I see people being made into objects of ridicule. Sorry this happened to you. I hope the furore dies down soon.

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  90. So when arguments are sparked by your commenting on some of the places that thing is shared on your going to post links and screen shots right? Because that would be an amazing laugh. I'm sorry this happened to you. It's got to be really embarrassing/annoying. On a side note at least it shows that you have the look of a pretty and privileged youth. They wouldn't have used it otherwise.

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  91. Wow, that is awful! I say we save memes for pictures of cats doing funny things. So sorry this happened to you! Maybe you need to start watermarking your photos (and now I think I will, too).

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  92. Oh my goodness! That's crazy! Well i think you should take it as a compliment you made it to meme status. lol

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  93. It's unfair to take someone's photo and put political crap on it, but I'm not surprised. I'm also not surprised that people were attacking the person in the photo, you, as though you wholeheartedly believe the misspelled text layered on top.

    This is crazy and weird and hilarious all at the same time. It's hard to avoid things like this when there are so many pictures floating around on the internet though. People are lazy and don't think things through.

    PS - Yay Obama and Obamacare!

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  94. they're using your image without your permission. Unless you signed a release, a good lawyer will have them backing up an SUV with the cargo bay loaded with cash for you.

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    1. Hey Steve! I wish! I have talked to a few people who deal with legal matter similar to this and they are all telling me I can't, but maybe I just need to find the right lawyer. thanks!

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  95. Hey! I like your haircolor anyhow! Wouldn't have noticed!

    ...At least from that photo, looks like my haircolor o-o

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  96. That's crazy! You can actually sue the people using your photo. Did you know that? Yep!

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  97. WOW!!! That is crazy!! I would've been so mad if that happened to me! What are you going to do about it?

    P.S.
    Woot woot for Obama, and Obamacare!!

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  98. I would at least contact all the major news networks and let them know....even Huffington Post...scream loud!! Get it back into their faces, let people see how bad these types are.

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  99. Standing with you. It's incredibly sad how far people are willing to go for political attention.
    Wishing all the best to you!
    PS: Hair still looks good.

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  100. I agree with Nina Lise, this IS really dumb. In soooo many ways.

    On the brightside, maybe oprah or 20/20 will pick up a special on life after memes ;)

    pilgrimmemoirs.com

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  101. I had a friend that is thick but really fit, and they edited her picture next to a really obese girl and made racial stereotypes about what 'black men want', and my friend felt SO bad for the other girl in the picture. She didn't know her, but it made her feel guilty that they used both of them. People really don't think about how these memes can affect people.

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  102. I find this so baffling and so scary...just shows you how easy and quickly things can be copied and shared around this crazy arsed cyber space...hope you get it sorted out sweets.
    Katie x
    http://www.missenchanting.co.uk/

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  103. Everyone knows you are supposed to ask permission before using someone's photo but I suppose they assumed you would say no so they stole it. jerks!

    I hope you blow up and became famous as a result of this mean meme. :)

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  104. You can file a dmca notice with fb and have it removed. So sorry you are going through this :(

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  105. Just as I don’t think all captions for “Bad Luck Brian,” “Hippie Girl,” and “Overly Attached Girlfriend” are their words, I don’t assume every caption with your pic reflects your opinion. How silly.

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  106. I've had a photo of me in uniform (I'm in the military) taken and made into a meme making fun of women in the military. The fact that it was taken and used without my permission was what bothered me most. Thankfully, the Facebook page was shut down.

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  107. I feel like there should be something you can do about this. You have creative rights to your own photos... Can you contact Facebook?

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  108. Crazy! At least you found out!
    :) Danica

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  109. Voting isn't real ... Voting is for dumb blind sheep who cant see the reality right in front of their faces!

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  110. “Presidents are selected, not elected.”


    ― Franklin D. Roosevelt

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    let it grow and share it with the world.> self

    directed education

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