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Doge (pronounced /dod/ DOHJ) is a slang word for “dog” that is most often associated with photos of Shiba Inus (nicknamed “Shibe”) and Tumblr captions. These images may be retouched to alter the dog’s appearance or captioned with interior monologues in Comic Sans font. Since 2017, Ironic Doge formats have surpassed the original wholesome edition in popularity.
It was reported in an episode of Homestar Runner’s puppet show on June 24th, 2005, that the misspelled word “doge” was used to refer to a dog. In the episode “Biz Cas Fri 1,” Homestar refers to Strong Bad as his “d-o-g-e” in an attempt to divert his attention away from his job.
On February 23, 2010, Japanese kindergarten teacher Atsuko Sato posted several pictures of her rescue Shiba Inu dog Kabosu to her personal blog.[38] Among the photos was a strange shot of Kabosu sitting on a couch with raised eyebrows staring sideways at the camera (shown below, right).
The tech news site The Verge[39] published an article in December 2013, shortly after “Doge” went viral, describing Sato’s Kabosu as the original Shiba Inu depicted in the meme. In addition to Kabosu, The Verge named “Suki,” a Shiba Inu who lives with photographer Jonathan Fleming in San Francisco, as the scarfed dog depicted in another famous meme.

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We would undoubtedly return to Le Doge. The staff, especially Rashid, his wife, and Usis in the rooftop restaurant, were outstanding. The first-floor suites are especially lovely. The front desk staff was very friendly and supportive. We also forgot to bring a metal water bottle with us when we left, so they called and stopped our taxi…met our taxi and took the water bottle on a scooter. Exceptional!!
This hotel is the best experience I’ve ever had in Casablanca; if you want to fall in love with the area, book there and you’ll feel right at home. Great staff, great owners, and everyone makes you feel welcome. Thank you, Mr. Kamil Sellami, and I recommend trying the breakfast at their rooftop restaurant.
An artsy boutique hotel in a fantastic location for exploring! A FANTASTIC jazz duo performed in the rooftop bar/restaurant on Thursday night. The staff was extremely accommodating and polite, and they went above and beyond to assist us with our misplaced airline luggage. The street-side restaurants and cafes are local, modern, and friendly, and this section of the city center is not touristy. It’s a great place to spend the day and night shopping and dining. The old Medina is also a 15-minute walk away, and the Mosque is a 10-minute taxi ride away.

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The outage angered Robinhood users, who accused the company on social media of preventing them from profiting from the Dogecoin price rise, which has seen the cult coin’s value nearly quadruple in just five days.
According to CoinDesk numbers, the digital currency — which began as a joke — jumped to a new all-time high near 33 cents on Friday morning before paring the gain to trade at 30.9 cents as of 8:19 a.m., bringing it up more than 5,700 percent for the year.
According to Robinhood’s status dashboard, the crypto service also experienced “degraded results” Friday morning due to an influx of activity. By 11 a.m., Robinhood said it had resolved the problems with the majority of its customers. The time zone is Eastern.
The Silicon Valley firm also refuted claims that it placed trading restrictions on Dogecoin on Thursday, similar to what it did in late January with so-called meme stocks like GameStop and AMC Entertainment.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Securities Division of the Bay State requested that Robinhood’s broker-dealer registration be revoked on Thursday, claiming that the firm “continued a trend of aggressively inducing and tempting trading among its customers.”

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22nd of June, 2014. Jackson Palmer, a self-described “ordinary nerd,” is in the stands at the Sonoma Raceway in California for a Nascar event. He’s a young Australian man in his twenties. He is completely uninterested in cycling. He never imagined it would come to this in his wildest dreams. He surveys the scene. There was a huge crowd below him. The deafening rumble of engines. The #98 Moonrocket, a high-performance race car, is whizzing around at incredible speeds. Except for one key detail: a dog on the bonnet of the car, it was identical to the other cars on the track. A Shiba Inu, also known as a “Shibe,” is a dog that became popular in 2013 thanks to the Doge meme. The word “DOGECOIN” in all caps is emblazoned on the end. Below: “digital currency.” Palmer defines the situation as “wild,” “surreal,” and “nuts,” and recalls it as a “reality check.” Dogecoin began as a tweet, then evolved into a cryptocurrency worth money in the real world. Six months later, he watched as a joke he’d cracked in passing manifested into something tangible. Palmer was reminded of how insane the universe could be when he saw a Dogecar in full flight. The Dogecar, in all its glory. This is the tale of Dogecoin, the joke that became too serious for its own good.

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