Look, we’re not malicious people. We don’t go around the Internet, trying to cherry-pick ridiculous blogposts of the chronically celebrity-obsessed, micro-fameballers who put themselves out there for public ridicule. We are busy people, and only have time to read The New York Times(‘s article on seeing eye horses that wear sneakers.) We don’t like to punch down.
But sometimes, a piece of Internet ephemera appears that is so beyond-beyond, so desperate and ridiculous in its ploy for pageviews, that it must be called to task. Like the time Jane Pratt had a dream about Anna Wintour stealing one of her editors and tried to pass that off as a real thing that happened.
You know, insanity-stuff. Read More