"Modemac" <mod...@modemac.com> wrote in message
> The High Weirdness Project has entries on white supremacists,
> neo-Nazis, religious extremists, cults, and child molesters (legal
> ones, anyways)...but the article that has elicited the most outrage so
> far is the entry on Crush Yiff Destroy, the Web site dedicated to
> exposing the worst excesses of...gasp!...furry fandom. They've made
> the effort of redirecting the link from my site so that it loads a
> lovely porn picture of an overweight guy giving a blowjob to someone
> dressed in a "fursuit." This picture will repeatedly pop up new
> windows in your browser until it crashes.
> If you have a pop-up blocker installed, check it out for yourself.
> Needless to say, this is not work-safe or fit for minors:
> So far, that makes two Web sites that have taken steps to block their
> links from my Web site. The other site is Perverted Justice.
> I *love* it when stuff like this happens. :)
> The High Weirdness Project
I'll wait until it comes out on DVD.
It's going to have a killer soundtrack.
Be Sure To Visit the 'SubGenius Reverend' Blog:
"YOU BELONG TO US NOW!"
"GET DOWN WITH MY SICKNESS!!"
--Kino Beman, brand name
Pretty sure YES already did that with
'Tales Of Topographic Oceans'.
I find it amusing and ironic that a site that complains that furries
are humourless and unable to take criticism are infact humourless and
unable to take criticism.
Please excuse my spelling as I suffer from agraphia. See
http://dformosa.zeta.org.au/~dformosa/Spelling.html to find out more.
Free the Memes.
Not anymore. GeoCities must have gotten wind of it and shut the page down.
Steven F. Scharff