Support a Moron!

So, you've probably been asking yourself, "How can I help those dorks at Book of Moron get a life?"

Well, we can't go anywhere until at least a million of you have visited and in some way contributed to enriching our PayPal account; therefore, in kindness to you, our reader, we have devised a handy list of the ways that you can support Book of Moron and the Church of the Mountain's Daughter of Latter-Day Pranksters.

#1. Splatter our Banner! This will cost you only a few pixels. 468 x 60 to be exact. Display the Book of Moron banner. Put it on your website, your blog, your MySpace, your local tavern bathroom wall, (preferably right above the toilet paper) but please include the clickable link so that others may visit and taste the madness.

Copy and paste the appropriate code into your corner of the web. Read more

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Tech Wars 1011: Sitefin Blog Spanks Pyron Technologies

November 17th, 2007 | Category: Reviews,satire,Website Reviews

What do you get when you take atrocious web development and even worse marketing? A void to be filled with your critics.

Enter the Sitefin blog. Apparently someone out there was due for a karmic spanking. Now I don’t know much about web development, but just leave it to Sitefin to joyfully and continually point out every single website error Pyron Technologies has ever made.

From bright red illustrations of errors maps, to pictures of Rosie O’Donnell as the unqualified project manager you will find a few giggles and will also undoubtedly cringe in disbelief. So toss Prawn Legs a couple of beers (lead sitefin web developer) and sit back and read a few posts about the Sitefin Project.

You will be disappointed, but I think that’s the whole point.

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Off the beaten paths ~ No Way by Ram Tzu

Whatever your beliefs… Ram Tzu will find a way to disabuse you of them. This hysterical anti-Tao combines mystical satire and a firm disavowal of all truths.

No Way by Ram Tzu

An irreverent guru being channeled through a Southern California cynic, Ram Tzu sets the very idea of wisdom on its ass.

“If you are serious in your pursuit of enlightenment you are in for a rough ride. Ram Tzu does not coddle. His truths are self evident to some and heresy even blaspheme to others.

The pages of this book are filled with incredibly funny and intelligent paradox, that is all the more stunning because it is delivered at the most dizzying heights of mankind’s most cherished beliefs.

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