The Quackometer: Banned!

At last, the Quackometer has been banned by the Net Authority. I feel justified and vindicated.

This website has been investigated by Net Authority, and has been found to be in violation of the Internet Acceptable Use Policy by posting the following kinds of content:

  • Hateful material
  • Blasphemy
  • Offensive political material
  • Bestiality and/or interracial relationships

Be cautioned! This website contains strongly offensive material and is not suitable for young children.

I am guilty of all of the charges. Can you love your pets too much?
Thanks to whoever submitted my site for their analysis.

9 Comments on The Quackometer: Banned!

  1. I hope it is not real. It bans sites that mention interacial dating or that show naked babies or even farm animals if you can see their genatalia. Even pictures of Dinosaurs.
    If its real it is offensive and if it is fake it is offensive because it implies all religous people are nuts.

    BTW interesting web site

  2. Liz from I Speak of Dreams.

    Parody. Here’s what he says at

    Net Authority (see: Poe’s Law)'s+Law

    “In other words, No matter how bizarre, outrageous, or just plain idiotic a parody of a Fundamentalist may seem, there will always be someone who cannot tell that it is a parody, having seen similar REAL ideas from real religious/political Fundamentalists.”

    Darn. It would be fun, like Conservapedia, if true.

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