I’m counting on you, Avian Flu

October 26, 2005

I signed up for MySpace a while ago because it was the big buzz, and I really didn’t see what the big deal was. And I still don’t understand it. It seems like every user page on MySpace has a shitty wallpaper that causes you to convulse in horror, mtvpopdiarrhea music playing in the background, way too much information that no one is ever going to read, and really ugly text colors that render words indecipherable if someone wanted to read them anyway. On top of that, your average myspace user has 1000 “friends” on their list, all of whom they have NEVER FUCKING MET. Why add them if you aren’t going to talk to them? Do you think the MySpace Gods are going to cast down a ribbon for you to wear on your pretty little chests to display at your highschool or office space?

I await the day that shit self destructs like Friendster, and all of the attentionwhores out there have to resort to cutting their hair like the latest Reality TV star, buying the latest trendy jeans, and buying the same old shitty music that’s played on the radio to feel cool. Because at least I’m used to that.

Better yet…come on down, Bird Flu, and teach this generation that they aren’t 100% plastic like Paris Fucking Hilton.

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2 Responses to “I’m counting on you, Avian Flu”

  1. Matt Says:

    I detect a hint of bitterness.

    Want a laugh? Check out http://www.cryspace.com

  2. Steve Says:

    I wrote a similarly degrading, but less destructive, editorial on why bands must stop relying on MySpace as their sole online presence to attract and interact with fans.

    The True Mix


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