"It's a convergical synergistolon!! Am I PAID yet?"

substitute wrote:

BoingBoing reports that digerati loser R.U. Sirius is now writing interview material for one of those nutritional supplement marketers.

It's perfect when you think about it. The self-promoting, fuzzy-minded bullshit that the Wired Magazine generation laps up, all in one package: bad science, cheap new age philosophy, hucksterism, logrolling, and greed. Now in a familiar form known as "vitamin fraud".

I await their announcement that spamming is a new form of blogging, to be called "splogging" no doubt.

Here's your New Economy: grass and ephedra in a capsule at 4000% markup.


6 Responses:

  1. jette says:

    Are Dirk and Sandy somehow involved?

    • jwz says:

      Aren't they dead yet?

      • grumpy_sysadmin says:

        Unfortunately, you were dreaming when that happened.

      • jette says:

        If not, I imagine they are probably sitting in a Leisure World condominium, drinking piracetam tonics and wearing visors that flash little lights on their closed eyelids.

  2. bikerwalla says:

    It's an herbal supplement. Mostly kelp.

  3. jtemperance says:

    Back in 1989 I had the flashing LED goggles and the sound frequency brainwave tapes. Those were the days.