Drama’s Roundup - December 13, 2007
Posted on December 13, 2007
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Last Chance to Nominate Startups For the Crunchies (Nearly 72,000 Entries So Far)
Why It’s Interesting: There are only 72,000 Web 2.0 wannabes. That means there’s still massive opportunity and a market ripe for fresh faces. If you don’t run your own Web 2.0 startup, what are you waiting for? Start two or three tomorrow and enter the Crunchies! I personally can’t wait to see the stars of Web 2.0 walking down the red carpet. “Here comes Mark Zuckerberg in classic-style Old Navy jeans and a pair of diamond-studded adidas flip-flops. He really puts Jason Calacanis, who looked horrible in that atrocious Mahalo outfit by CafePress, to shame.”
Fed rate cut sends Wall Street into tailspin
Why It’s Interesting: The same crooks on Wall Street who brought us mortgage-backed securities were disappointed that the Fed didn’t print enough money on Tuesday. While I completely support the destruction of the US dollar due to my significant holdings of stronger foreign currencies and precious metals, idiots on Wall Street don’t seem to realize that Drama Pulp S.A. is already cutting down trees in the Amazon at maximum capacity. If the Fed prints money any faster I’m going to be shit out of luck.
Rapid acceleration in human evolution described
Why It’s Interesting: Scientists have discovered that “human evolution has been moving at breakneck speed in the past several thousand years.” I don’t doubt these claims but given the increasing stupidity I see on a daily basis, I wonder if “de-evolution” might be a more appropriate term.
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Why It’s Interesting: The world is probably going to end sooner than expected. Thanks Al Gore! At least his invention, the Internet, will enable us to blog about it while we die. For those of you who are interested in making it past the day after tomorrow, stay tuned for an upcoming post about my plans to ensure the survival of the human race.
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i’ts Ok drama, once counted they’ll see it was 4 companies plus 71,996 votes I entered for myself as best start-up founder (taking alllll the credit)