New Media Rockstars
NMR (Pronounced: 'New Media Upstarts') is pretty much a PR company for boring, irritating e-celebrities - aka prostatots and basement dwellers nobody would have ever noticed on youtube, had they not been fapped to by NMR's paedos, who then over-plugged them with two or three tweets on twitter. NMR staff spend their days lurking the butt-end of the internet looking for the next Justin Baby and Miley Slut. Of course, not even Justine will give them the time of day - probably because they lack money to suck on a Bieber. PewDiePie also likely gave them the same response - hence why most of their articles don't include an interview.
If NMR was actually popular and not trying too hard to look more popular than they actually are - they could end up becoming the cancer that kills the world through projecting the likes of Jessi Slaughter - however we at ED are here as always to raise awareness of NMR's AIDS infection - so that you too can help save the world - and prevent pointless and annoying gobshites from getting famous!
Browsing this fickle MTV knock-off is like the reverse of what you'll really ever want to see during your day - it's pretty much like a news feed if it listed things in reverse priority.
NMR has exactly one member of staff - Alan Van. He and his ego interviewed Xiao Rishu - not sure why as Xiao is a boring as fuck YouTube ranter who wears onesies and never leaves her bedroom....oh wait - PEDO ALERT!
NMR seems to have increased it's number of 'articles' on Mario and Cosplay, indicating that Shadow Dinosaur may have joined their team of sub-tabloid hacks - especially as both NMR and Shadow Dinosaur are well known for supporting prostatots such as Xiao Rishu.
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