By reading this, you are participating in a media hack.
Morris Communications, which owns this mess, keeps track of what's clicked, when it's clicked, and how often it's clicked. From that it('s big computer) makes decisions about people and how to market to them.
So yeah, the man is keeping an eye on us.
Here's what we're going to do, we're going to watch the man watch us: We going to keep clicking on this post. We're going to click it a lot, get the numbers up high, any time it falls off the front page where it's accesible, post a response to it, whatever, a picture of a duck, a exclamation point, whatever in order to keep it high on the stack where people will remember to click it. We will work to keep this very active, and way on top of the search results.
Then, down at Morris, the suits will have their meetings, pull the results of the big computer stuff, and see:
The post sucks and so do you
as the top result in its Conway, Arkansas property.
Try to imagine the confusion when they see
This post sucks and so do you
on the top of the spread sheet.