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Starting this Monday, February 13, we;re gonna be changing some things up around here.

– Less clutter! We're removing a lot of the buttons and stuff around posts to streamline the sites, so you can get straight to the funny stuff without straining your poor little eyes. Here's a preview!

– Voting buttons will no longer appear on the homepage. If you like something, you can either "Post It to Your Cheezburger" (either your Favorites or your Cheezburger site), or share it on Facebook.

– Voting on the front page isn't gone forever. We're just working on a (super-secret!) better way to do it. In the meantime, you can still vote on the Vote page.

That's all for now, we hope you'll be excited about the changes as we are. Go and have a drink to celebrate!

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Via: Io9
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Online drug vendors typically employ a range of corporate retailing techniques. This includes providing mission statements, "oaths to customers" and detailed "terms and conditions" advising international shipping times and purchasing procedures. In a further stark contrast to the conventional drug trade, many even offer full or partial refunds for drugs that are found to be sub-standard or are intercepted by customs...

At the more extreme end of socially progressive marketing strategies used by online dealers are those that involve the promotion of drugs on the basis of supposedly "ethical", "fair trade", "organic" or "conflict-free" sources of supply:
"We are a team of libertarian c0caine dealers. We never buy coke from cartels! We never buy coke from police! We help farmers from Peru, Bolivia and some chemistry students in Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. We do fair trade!"
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