Tuesday, November 22, 2005

http://www.myspace.com Has Ruined the Future of America...More!

I remember complaining to Spaceham about a year ago that I could never be President now that I've written this diary. One too many carrot-rape jokes and nobody cares how BIG your proposed tax-cut is. He argued that while there were plenty of reasons why I could never be President—including but not limited to stupidity, ugliness, and an understanding of modern political science that ends at The West Wing, season three, disc two—he did not think that the diary was a big one, the reason being that I had done a relatively good job of keeping it anonymous, without any overt indications of who, what, where is Worker #3116. Still, I always figured that some intrepid, LIBERAL mud-slinger who wanted to defame my REPUBLICAN NOMINATION to the nation's HIGHEST OFFICE could do some kind of ip address tracking to figure out who I was, and then it would be splashed all over the JEW YORK TIMES and I'd lose the backing of Haliburton. Oh, sure, behind closed doors they'd still voice their support for my PRO-BUSINESS, ANTI-BLACK platform but not in public. In public my political ass would be political grass.

All of this to say that I have now been contacted by someone on http://www.myspace.com who does not know me but does know my diary. So, apparently you do not need any kind of spyware or hacker knowledge to figure out who Worker #3116 is. You just need too much time on your hands and a profile at a poorly designed "e-networking" website.

There goes "Worker #3116 for President, 2024," down the iDrain. Now I'll never get to make my "PUTTING THE #3116 BACK IN DEMO3116CRACY" bumper-stickers.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Corp-Cas!

It is so fun to watch you masturbate on the internet.

Your fan,
America

3:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cum on my face!

with warm regards,
Iraq

3:56 PM  
Blogger Worker #3116 said...

If elected President, I promise to pull out of Iraq and cum on its tits.

4:03 PM  
Anonymous spaceham said...

Did this conversation ever happen? I don't think so.

spaceham

7:02 PM  

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