Does anyone have even one lone Facebook friend — perhaps a super sheltered tween cousin, or a 90-year-old grandparent — who still wholeheartedly believes in Invisible Children's Kony 2012 campaign? The nonprofit's first video, which demanded the capture of dictator Joseph Kony and has been viewed upwards of 86 million times, urged people to purchase action kits which they could use to "plaster" towns with propaganda for an upcoming and rather vague international "Cover the Night" event scheduled for April 20th. Over half a million kits sold out in the days after the first video went live, but that was before the campaign attracted widespread criticism for oversimplifying the cause, falsifying data, and misusing funds, and way before co-founder Jason Russell had a nervous breakdown and ran around his neighborhood buck naked, screaming about the devil. He is still in the hospital, being treated for psychosis and "dehydration." Will the world ever forget the traumatizing video of Russell pounding the San Diego pavement, or Invisible Children's links to antigay creationist organizations, or the angry protests that broke out in Uganda after Kony 2012 public screenings?