Tuesday, June 16, 2009


Darryl Mason, Australia's greatest online fantasist, imagines he has gigantic popularity secrets Fairfax and News Ltd should be interested in buying:
There are a few good free ways for corporate media sites like The Punch and National Times to pull quality and volume-high comments to their sites, but why give away good ideas like that?
Immediately below publishing expert Darryl's bold claim: "Comments 0"

Update: Darryl knows lots of secrets:
The ‘Exclusive’ story from Glenn Milne disappeared from News Limited sites within a matter of hours, but it’s still all up at The Orstrahyun.
The "disappeared" story, "Peter Costello set to be leader at last", is available at News Limited's Courier Mail.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

DM is a truther. What I'd like to know is why, if he and others like him are so convinced that the US government murdered (under the "MIHOP" theory) or at least allowed to be murdered (under the "LIHOP" theory) 3000 odd of their citizens (as well as foreign national) - why would they risk their lives telling the world about it? Surely a government that allows so many deaths would have no hesitation in picking off a few internet-based commentators?

7:37 AM  
Anonymous DARRYL MASON said...


4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The sleep-rays are working!

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quick, sprinkle chemicals ineffectively in the air above kilometres above him!

7:04 AM  

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