Saturday, March 15, 2008

Random Surrealism from Google Ads?

As I've mentioned before, the Google ads are here for pure entertainment value (like the Random Surrealism Generator) and certainly do not generate any sweet passive income - I purposely place them in areas one isn't likely to accidentally click.
Why would there be a - Where Christians Join FREE - ad here? I don't even know what a "Christian" per se is! Bizarre.
Anyway there seems to be a lack of interest in the 6 Degrees of Casey to Ashley Alexandra Dupre game. How about a new 6 Degrees of Hillary Clinton game instead?

BREAKING NEWS update: Pornsaint Anna the Nerd!


Anonymous said...

Hi akubi. I am murst 2x running now.

1) Casey Serin had a house fall on him.

2) Hillary, aka, the wicked witch of the east, should have a house fall on s/he/it too.

Your doggies are so cute!

wagga said...

Nah, keep it going - snark is a very slow-growing commodity.

Apparently the Emperors Club thingie brought in more than a million dollars in only four years. At those rates, it's clear kc must have been running it. How much sweet cash-back at closing did the gov. get?

Akubi said...

Your doggies are so cute!
Thanks, I think so too!
As far as a 6 Degrees of Hillary game, I'm considering replacing Casey with her/it/whatever...However, in Clinton's case I think just about every connection could be made in about half as many degrees so I could have 3 Degrees of Hillary Clinton and 6 Degrees of Casey Serin.
With all that money spent, they only made over 1 mil? Where did you read that? If so, I smell money laundering.

Anonymous said...

Only $1 mil?

Let's see, (8)+- girls x $4k / pop x (1) trick per week each (average) x 4 yrs x 46 wks / yr (6 wks vacation per yr, health, dental, etc.) = $5,888,000. Yep, I call shenanigans, but hey, it's the new math / Wall Street accounting that's all the rage these days, so what do I know?

Jed said...

Something worth remembering:
No religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.

M.J. Rosenberg inspired me to share this short story. Twenty-something years ago, I was bar mitzvahed at an orthodox temple in New York. My rabbi, a wonderful man, was (and is) far more conservative than I am politically, yet I thought at the time and continue to think that he was a wonderful rabbi. No one should judge Rosenberg's political views, nor mine, nor Barack Obama's, purely on the basis of what our religious leaders believe.

Akubi said...

I thought this was rather disturbing:
McCain’s admission that “the issue of economics is not something I’ve understood as well as I should” casts a very different light on the whole issue of experience, doesn’t it?