|No freakin' way
||[Oct. 15th, 2006|09:44 am]
Ganked from ross_winn:
I'm not buying it. Mostly because no one would buy it.
And before you get any too impressed, consider that I am chump change compared to my hubby:
and he is a piker compared to our buddy Eric:
though Eric holds up reasonably well against Scott Adams, when you consider the difference in their relative fame:
But you know, other than Adams, I have serious doubts that there is a chance in hell that anyone would offer any of us the kind of cash that Technorati claims we're worth - and even for Adams it's pretty unlikely. I mean, lets be serious. What am I gonna do, put up a paypal button and offer to advertise your product on my journal? Who would pay? And once they did pay, and I started shilling, how long until people are kicking me off their flists?
Talk about your false economies. This is Enron bookkeeping at its finest - let's assign a dollar value to something that no one will ever buy!
But hey, if someone out there wants to pony up $20k for my journal - or better yet, $350k for Ferrett's - I promise that I will do my level best to make your investment worthwhile.
I have this great bridge to sell....