Monday, December 24, 2007

Do NOT Want!

Embedded adds are obnoxious. How could you possibly make them even worse? Well, that would depend on the subject matter now wouldn't it?

Update (because I just couldn't let it go):

That's right, she's giving it away for free. Free. Now, besides Rush Limbaugh, how many people would actually sign up for this?

Actually, come to think of it - if they can track down perverts who buy kiddie porn online with their credit cards, they ought to be able to find anybody who signs up for this abomination. Then we could deal with them...


  1. For a brief moment, I thought "Ann Coulter-Free" might be like a herpes medication; you have to admit that would be pretty nice. Suppresses outbreaks of Ann Coulter when used as directed. (Note that Ann Coulter is incurable; Ann Coulter may be spread even when no symptoms are apparent. If Ann Coulter persists, see a physician.)

    Then I saw the rest of the ad, and saw that it wasn't useful at all. Using Ann Coulter-Free will cause me to have more Ann Coulter? No! False advertising, says I! That's like a "medication for depression" that actually causes depression! Keep your snake oil, says I!

    Have you brought this ad to the attention of the FDA? They might have an interest in it.

    (Oh, and Merry Xmas.)

    (And sorry for the double post. Technical glitch.)

  2. Eric, see now that would be a useful product - Ann, Coulter Free!

    Merry Christmas.

  3. Lalalala! I can't hear Ann Coulter!

    Merry Christmas, friends!

  4. Hi, my name is Steve.

    ::hi, steve::

    I've been Ann Coulter Free for the past 47 days...


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