"My favorite posts are the ones that express complete shock but not an ounce of doubt," Hongo told CNN in 2011. " 'I can't believe this!' is a pretty funny response to something you should not believe."
"They have more money than you, and this is what they do."
This round-up of shots from the Facebook-owned photo app is enough to get even the biggest supply-side economist a little steamed.
Posing in front of their yachts. Partying in The Hamptons. Showing off their birthday-present Porsches or sipping Dom Perignon through a straw.
Each of those, and so much more, is on display for all the propaganda your class-warfare inclinations will ever need.
If you want to see famous people on the Internet, there are millions of places to find them.
But there's something cool about the often-surprising meetings chronicled here that makes you wish you could be listening in.
Like President Gerald Ford kicking a soccer ball with Pele. Or Jack Nicholson listening to The Monkees warm up. Or CNN's own Anthony Bourdain cooking something with a lot of tentacles while a horrified Christopher Walken watches.
From vintage images to glossy publicity shots, these are guaranteed to draw you in.
A new entry to the Tumblr-scape, this one highlights, without words, an issue Google will face while pushing its innovative new piece of wearable tech. If you looked a little dorky before, you'll look a lot dorky with these things strapped around your head.
Who among us has never wanted to color a picture of Vanilla Ice? Or do a connect-the-dots to put a crown on The Notorious B.I.G.'s head? Or pencil their way through a maze to help Humpty Hump find the Burger King bathroom (to get busy, obviously).
Almost all of us, I'm betting. But that's what you get on this Tumblr, from the wonderfully twisted mind of rapper Bun B.
The mashup of childhood memories and hip-hop stars doesn't make any sense. Which, in its way, makes perfect sense.
In other words, it's perfect for Tumblr.