When Slate.com calls BoingBoing a national treasure, you can be pretty sure it’s all downhill from there. It’s like a glowing profile of your innovative energy-trading outfit in a national business magazine– you can be sure there’s a corruption scandal or bankruptcy soon to follow, or at least a major slide in stock prices. Yes, they’re all debating the nature of truthiness in the internet age, but I’ve grown tired of that debate. My more revealing insight: Everybody sucks.
Here is a film clip for your edification, illustrating my point: