Poe's Law →
mjhoy: Poe’s Law points out that it is hard to tell parodies of fundamentalism (or, more generally, any crackpot theory) from the real thing, since they both seem equally insane. Conversely, real fundamentalism can easily be mistaken for a parody of fundamentalism.
bestrooftalkever: Sure, you can shorten your URLs, but that just leaves them mildly cryptic and foreboding. Use ShadyURL to make your URLs downright alarming. Just check it out at http://5z8.info/horse-slaughter_h6m2_meinkampf.pdf (via themattsmith | wondertonic)
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