Forbes broadcasts 21st Century Fox’s Vice Media purchase, while Twitter reveals Murdoch’s realization that he needs to get up on the media that all the cool, young people are consuming. Warning: results may be scary.
— Lee Keeler (@LeeKeeler) August 19, 2013
Sorry guys, youth is something that money can’t buy (after a certain point).
now only one degree of separation between Murdoch & ‘Meth-Fueled, Weeklong Orgies Ravaging London’s Gay-Sex Party Scene’ – Gawker on Vice
— Talya Goldberg (@TalyaGoldberg) August 20, 2013
What do you mean “now?”! Someone’s behind…
I reckon Murdoch is an NSA cyborg, attempting to use monarch mind control on hipsters across the world by infiltrating Vice magazine. — El Hunt (@whattheel) August 20, 2013
Poor hipsters; you mean to say there’s someone saying they’re not unique?
If at first you don’t succeed…
— Donald McMillan (@donaldmcmillan) August 20, 2013
Or do the pro turn weird?
Hipsters liked them before they sold out: Vice valued at $1.5 billion after selling 5% stake to 21st Century Fox. http://t.co/3sVzbNQiHJ
— Tom Gara (@tomgara) August 16, 2013
Hipster casualty. Hard to see ’em go.
Great. Rupert Murdoch bought Vice. Who’s ready for some hard hitting stories on liver spots and other challenges facing rich old white men?
— Mariya Alexander (@MariyaAlexander) August 20, 2013