Dimebag of myspace?

Okay, I’m laughing my head off right now. It’s been less than 48 hours since I posted that thread about moving the myspace player, and already it has gathered more views than all my other posts combined. Apparently, no one cares about anything but feeding and enhancing their myspace addiction. Does myspace come in a dimebag, perchance?

Come on, there’s something wrong with you if you don’t see the pathetic humor in this?!? The masses couldn’t care lass about individuals, what’s going on in people’s lives, what’s going on in the world, or if Satan really did give the Red Sox the power to win the World Series, but they will all line up in endless droves if it means feeding their bittersweet, all-consuming addiction to myspace.

It makes me laugh and weep all at the same time!

(I tagged this under “worship”. Appropriate, no? “All hail Rupert Murdoch, all hail Fox, all hail Tom, and all hail myspace.” Soon the catholic church will let you “hail myspace” your way out of sin…)

4 Responses to “Dimebag of myspace?”

  1. So true.
    Sad and pathetic.

  2. I have made it a point to not visit my Myspace (redundant) unless absolutely necessary. I feel filthy even having one.

  3. I use mine for coding experimentation and practice because geocities kicked me out and I have no recent edition of Frontpage. It was fun to redesign the myspace profile, but the site itself holds no more appeal to me than an aggitated skunk.

  4. Matthew Bowerman Says:

    oh, myspace is your space, your space is myspace, from the ends of my friends list, to the corner of my blogging, to my inbox, to my block friend, this space was made for you and me…..

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