“Maddox, I love you honey.” “Ryan please, just please, call. We just want to know you’re in a good place.” Within days, police had found Ryan Lawrence.
We just want to know that the both of you are safe. Then they found a blond-haired, brown-eyed baby, beaten, burned and buried in a watery grave in a creek in Syracuse, N. Lawrence, 25, was charged with his daughter’s death.
In the image, Maddox is wearing a beret emblazoned with the Jolly Roger, and an eye patch.
Maddox uses this image as a parody of the revolutionary icon.
Wallop lets you watch TV streams on your i Phone, i Pad, Roku, Web, Android device. Wallop is still very new, and because of that, it's unstable.
Not unstable as in crash prone, unstable as in lots will change.
Launched in 1997 without any high expectations, the website became known by word of mouth.
Maddox himself wrote an article in 2002 illustrating that despite all traffic being generated by word-of-mouth alone, his site was still ranked ahead of major corporations such as Mc Donald's and Pepsi, who spend millions of dollars on advertising every year.
The Best Page in the Universe is a personal satirical humor website created by George Ouzounian, better known as Maddox, of Salt Lake City, Utah.The actions taken by Maddox after May 31st 2016 would cause him to go from pioneer, to unfunny, to full on lol-cow.For the majority of his childhood, Maddox lived in poverty, sleeping only in a dilapidated house of mud.Everybody has learned that he is nothing more than a neckbeard-wearing, basement-dwelling, shell script programming, raging nerd.Maddox had a brief 2nd wind of success with a comedy podcast The Biggest Problem In The Universe co-hosted with his business partner Dick Masterson, however this would fall apart as Maddox would slowly become an SJW and throw a temper tantrum over Dick fucking Maddox's ex girlfriend that he'd been broken up with for over 3 years (and all while Maddox was dating someone else already).He launched a competition for people to send him cartoons about himself or his website, most of which are attacks about emails for "more updates." Later, he parodied this himself by stating that now that he's finished with the comic book, he'd be able to "Not update the site more regularly." Entries included a depiction of Maddox leaping out of a computer monitor and smashing two fans' faces together, and a comic strip of a boy checking the website for new content only to find a cartoon of himself that he had posted ten seconds earlier.