Joined: Nov. 2010
I'm not sure about that one, but only because what passes for their manifesto is written in lolcat, and is even harder to parse than your average postmodernist essay on being and nothingness (as opposed to Sartre's work of the same name, which was simply verbose and a bit dull).
I'm personally inclined to see lolcatism as a variation of postpostmodern dadaism on an extra shot of caffeine and too many cute cat pix rather than as an independent style of it's own, as evidenced by the proliferation of other sites in the network.
Any work involving the lolrus and his missing bukkit, on the other hand, is clearly a cry for help cast echoing amidst the spiritually barren slums of the bourgeoisie commonly known as suburbia before being ruthlessly crushed by the banal common kultur that is conformity.
But what the hell do I know about art? :D
The MadPanda, FCD
"No matter how ridiculous the internet tough guy, a thorough mocking is more effective than a swift kick to the gentleman vegetables with a hobnailed boot" --Louis