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UPDATE: VFoC co-founders Arrested in Copyright Dispute

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Hey, so this is the Van Full of Candy intern Jerry. By now you’ve probably heard that Jesse and Jason were arrested just a couple minutes ago for refusing to remove their viral hit “Greatest Stories Ever Written: Friday by Rebecca Black”

(They told me to put the video up again in this update)

Hollywood and Sacramento Police were quick to respond probably because of how the guys chose to respond to the cease and desist they received; both deciding to send a return fax from their individual locations, of their respective scrotums. We’ve been able to attain some pictures of the arrests going down thanks to the newspaper affiliates in each city. We’ve been on the phone with each of them and they seem to be in good spirits and said to keep posting the updates for our ever loyal fans.

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UPDATE: VFoC courted by Sub Pop Records and Adam McKay!

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The freight train that IS “VFoC Presents – The Greatest Stories Ever Written: “Friday” by Rebecca Black” is hurtling straight for Opportunityville for your beloved co-founders of Van Full of Candy!

While the video, released just this morning, continues to break view speed records on the YouTubes, we have been fielding calls from Sub Pop Records and Adam McKay of Funny or Die and countless other iconic movie and tv hits offering possible development deals and other opportunities. It’s a hell of a lot to digest but it’s the opportunity we’ve been waiting for.

We’ll keep you updated as these developments development. Keep passing around the link and hang in there if you’re still having problems viewing it. YouTube is telling us that they’re trying to make sure that everyone who wants to see it can, so please be patient!

Kisses!

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On a rocketship straight to the big time and we’re taking you with us!

UPDATE: VFoC Video: Rebecca Black Spoken Word goes VIRAL!

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What the huh!? I honestly thought Rebecca Black was played out by now but apparently the interwebs just can’t get enough of this spectacular train wreck. In just the last hour and a half since we posted our new video it’s already gotten an estimated 1,750,000 views! (We’ll explain “estimated”.)

We’ve been in contact with the YouTube big wigs all morning and they tell us that due to the high volume of views and the unyielding, relentless interest that they’ve had to continuously pull the video down and replace it since this flood of activity began, so if you have any trouble viewing it, know that it will be corrected immediately. Of course this also means that it keeps resetting our view total, but that’s fine, what matters is that it’s being seen, a LOT!

Thank you so much for this rabid support and keep telling your friends about it! Let’s see if we can break the YouTubes!

VFoC Video — "Greatest Stories Ever Written: Friday by Rebecca Black"

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Always with our finger just outside the pulse of the American consciousness Van Full of Candy gives to you our celebration of this generation’s newest great story-teller. Rebecca Black’s inspiring song, a celebration of the julian calendar has taken hold of the internet viewing populace not because of its “absurdity” or “amateurish quality both in production and composition” but because it taps into a deeper place in our hearts, a place where we are all just trying to make it to the next of life’s Fridays. Partyin’ partyin.

With that said, Van Full of Candy is proud to present this master work in its original intended form, the spoken word.

Rejoice in its majesty, share it with your friends, share it with your enemies. Each and every soul that this video contacts will thank you, and you’ll thank yourself. Hero.

VFoC Video — “Greatest Stories Ever Written: Friday by Rebecca Black”

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Always with our finger just outside the pulse of the American consciousness Van Full of Candy gives to you our celebration of this generation’s newest great story-teller. Rebecca Black’s inspiring song, a celebration of the julian calendar has taken hold of the internet viewing populace not because of its “absurdity” or “amateurish quality both in production and composition” but because it taps into a deeper place in our hearts, a place where we are all just trying to make it to the next of life’s Fridays. Partyin’ partyin.

With that said, Van Full of Candy is proud to present this master work in its original intended form, the spoken word.

Rejoice in its majesty, share it with your friends, share it with your enemies. Each and every soul that this video contacts will thank you, and you’ll thank yourself. Hero.