Sedition·com remainder bin #1: Countries trying to destroy the USA

Thursday, 29 January 2009

The stats and script that made this are long lost. It's 4.5 years old but I’m pretty sure it came from searching the weblogs for search strings along the lines of “Kill all Americans.”

If you’re curious about how many of these things are lying around half done, half dead–

mysql> SELECT COUNT(*) FROM article
    -> WHERE golive > NOW() AND status = 'publish'
    -> OR status = "draft";
+----------+
| COUNT(*) |
+----------+
|      394 | 
+----------+
1 row in set (0.03 sec)

Now, just consider this, my pretties. I know there are two or three of you who are Sedition·com junkies. One of you surely has some sort of significant disposable income, yes? If you wanted to pay me to do this full time you’d get all those back and plenty o’new traitorous fluff. Daily! You’re competing with a senior level software developer salary though so if really want me as your pet blagger, you’ll have to cook quite a bit more meth this year.

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robert rawlings

Re: Sedition·com remainder bin #1: Countries trying to destroy the USA

Seriously Ashley you need to start SEOing for something worthwhile. Google probably doesn't pay all that well for posts which draw "underage girls" and "kill all Americans" traffic.

Did you know that shopping.com sells "Nudist boys boys"?

By robert rawlings on 30 January 2009 · 20:50
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Ashley

Re^2: Sedition·com remainder bin #1: Countries trying to destroy the USA

You will rue the day that you urged me onward when I was already brewing a topic every bit as savory…

By Ashley on 30 January 2009 · 21:33
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