68 thoughts on “That’s the joke”

  1. I’ve received a few of those, and should have said yes, as I would love to know on what topic (and from what publication) the well-written article was written (and plagiarized from).

  2. They are indeed very informative.

    If you’re John’s shrink, that is.

    Or part of the prosecution team.

  3. Top 10?

    Frankly, I think the entire thing is true; I rely on Crazy Apple Rumours to break this kind of story!

  4. Spam! Spam! Spam! Spam!
    Lovely spam! Wonderful spam!
    Spam spa-a-a-a-a-am spam spa-a-a-a-a-am spam.
    Lovely spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam!
    Spam spam spam spam!

  5. Fake for all the above reasons, plus the fact that it’s from the 17th. St Patty’s Day.
    I mean… really… who wasn’t drinking by that time of the morning??

  6. This is CARS–why would we need “well written” articles? Besides, everyone knows that Zoe Davis is really Guy Kawasaki.

  7. And yes, it’s clearly photoshopped for all of iMoo’s reasons, and for the fact that she posted before me.

    Plus, my Pants™ are quite skeptical of this.
    No. Not that…. This.
    Not that either. This.
    This this….

    Oh, forget it.

  8. I found this out about Hosting Observer:

    “A fusion of cool, jokes, tech, and just flat out weird.”

    I think they might be an appropriate source for articles for this site.

    In fact, I think the venture capitalist behind them is none other than the Entity!

    That, or a lesbian ninja sexbot.

    All I know is, that here in Outsourceistan, we tend to make offers to all the credible sites. How it made it here is anyone’s guess.

  9. Obviously Photoshopped, because nothing is real.

    Strawberry fields forever, or at least until next Saturday.

  10. Oh, and obviously photoshopped because a girl is mailing Moltz.

    And not just to bill him.

    (Extra for the dry-cleaning, too.)

  11. Nxxx,
    I don’t doubt the reality of Strawberry Fields, but you’re still not the Walrus.
    Sorry mate.

  12. It would be worth consideration to have an actual Observer on site. Between this dimension and the other… why not!

    Zoe is bald.

  13. I’m going on your previously admitted pie-consumption, Nxxx.

    It could have been worse: I’m more of a ‘Tweedle…’

  14. John,

    Did you visit their site? An amazing portal for recommending “cheap” website hosting companies, all five of which are almost certainly the same company operating under a different name. I love the little gold ribbons each site received for being “the best.” And the editor’s reviews? Scintillating prose that deserves a lead position on CARS. Please accept Ms. Davis’s offer.

  15. Photously obvioshopped, because Zoe long ago changed her name to Mary. I know this because I get stacks of coupons in charming blue envelopes from her all the time, each of which is accompanied by one of her personalized letters that ends with her trademark cheery close. I’m always careful to write back and thank her. We’ve been corresponding for some time now, and, well… this may be a little premature, but… I think it’s getting serious.

  16. Maybe I will vote Yes on No, and maybe I won’t. I might vote No on Yes, if it’s too inclusive. And on No my question is: No to what? And effective starting when?

  17. Ace,

    In response to your responses:

    Whatever.

    No to some things, but not others.

    May be effective at some point in time to be determined at a later date.

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