Chortling blogger admits Exclusive Brethren MySpace is a hoax

, posted: 18-Oct-2006 13:10

Whodathunkit? The Exclusive Brethren don't have a MySpace:

Anyway, I've marnused myself. Once I'd got over chortling at certain uber-geeks not being able pick up the Exclusive Brethren MySpace page as satire, I wrote a Listener column on satirical MySpace pages created in the names of well-known people. I also noted a couple that seemed legit - including the one bearing the name of Rodney Hide.

That's terrible. I believe everything I see on the Internet, and especially so all the stuff on Public Address. My world has been shattered... Russell, how could you do this to me?

On a more serious note, I don't think this EB site is satire however, nor this one.

For those wondering what the interest in the EBs is about, read this note in Wikipedia.

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