The Internet is a Playground: Irreverent Correspondences of an Evil Online Genius

The Internet is a Playground: Irreverent Correspondences of an Evil Online Genius

David Thorne


From the infamous web troublemaker who introduced the area the explosively well known Next Time i will Spend the money on medications Instead, during which he tried to pay his chiropractor with an image he drew of a spider; "Please layout an emblem for Me. With Pie Charts. For Free," which has been defined as probably the most passed-on viral e-mails of all time; and, such a lot lately, the staggeringly well known "Missing Missy", which has seemed far and wide from The Guardian to Jezebel to Andrew Sullivan's The day-by-day Dish, comes this profoundly humorous choice of irreverent net mischief and comedy.

that includes all of Thorne's viral good fortune, together with "Missing Missy", The net Is a Playground culls jointly each article and e- mail from Thorne's wildly well known site 27bslash6.com, in addition to sufficient new fabric, to be had basically in those pages, to maintain you laughing-and, certainly, crying-until Thorne's subsequent stroke-of-genius prank. Or hilarious hoax. Or well-publicized almost-stint in detention center (really).

"There could be a high quality line among genius and madness, yet during this case it has develop into very blurred. the various funniest and such a lot smart writing i've got learn in years."--Terrance Fielding, WIRED magazine

"I laughed so not easy and uncontrollably i'll infrequently breathe. interpreting this on public delivery isn't a great idea."--Penthouse magazine

"Brilliantly funny."--Jezebel.com

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