Andrew (perspectivism) wrote,

On the Internet, nobody knows you're healthy.

[...]we'll just note that there's a small ray of hope for the Internet if someone is willing to put hundreds or thousands of hours into a lie without ever making a dime off it. With the collapse of the bubble, we were afraid that kind of creativity [&] outright fraud had been chased off the Web.
Yes, today's article is on the Kaycee hoax! (not worth linking to the rest)
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