Posted on April 1, 2008
Filed Under Commercial Interruptions |

It’s with great disappointment that I am forced to announce that The Drama 2.0 Show may be going offline in the near future. Unfortunately, my activities outside of the technology industry have caught up with me and I have been charged with serious crimes under United States law.

Although I am not currently located in the United States, an associate of mine turned state’s evidence and a significant amount of my liquid assets were frozen last week by the authorities in the country they are located in at the request of multiple United States government agencies which I will not name here.

My attorneys and representatives are working diligently to resolve this terrible misunderstanding but I cannot make any guarantees that these will be resolved to my satisfaction. I must therefore inform my readers that The Drama 2.0 Show may be approaching its final episode.

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4 Responses to “My Career as a Blogger May Be Over”

  1. a on April 1st, 2008 2:36 am

    Lame April Fools.

    I would have expected more from you than to jump on the cheesy bandwagon, Mr. Drama.

    Where’s your April Fools logo?

  2. Ramine on April 1st, 2008 2:57 am

    I hope this is a very poor April Fools joke :(

    You have my sincere support.

  3. renatam on April 1st, 2008 3:05 pm

    I too hope this is an April Fools joke. Have very much enjoyed this blog. Be well.

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