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Denouncing the Internet

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Fellow Sparkers, I have had a sudden revolation and have decided to denounce the internet. I have just decided that I am morally opposed to its presence in society, and that it serves absolutely no purpose whatsoever. No good comes from it. I know now that all of the evil in the world comes from the internet and its influences, and so after today, I am having my internet access turned off, and I will live a life without any electronic devices whatsoever.

Yes, I am also throwing out all the other electronics in my house. I shall live without television, my iPod, cell phone, video game consoles, toaster (hey, I've seen how that toaster has been looking at me lately), digital alarm clock...I suppose I will also have to choose a new course of study, as I was previously majoring in computer science ^_^;; Hate to change my major again, you know, but since I've now determined that computers are the root of all evil and everything...

Anyway, I have seen the light, and encourage all of you also to take your computers and toss them out the window. Just think how much more productive the world would become if we didn't have all these electronic distractions...why, if I wasn't writing this blog right now, I could get back to work moving my school's web pages, or at least get some homework done for my online classes!

So anyway, I guess this is goodbye, everyone...

EDIT, 4/02 ~
April Fools! Yeah, I know, this was a pretty lame excuse for an April Fools joke ^_^;; I just got inspired after I spent a few minutes on Google the other night trying to figure out what the "Topeka" thing was about (it was 2am and I hadn't realized it was April 1st yet).

If you want to read about some really good April Fools jokes, click on this link:
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