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DNA Confirms Real Father of the Internet

April 1, 2008 - 1 Comment

Our partners over at 463 Communications did some fine investigative journalism to get to the bottom of WHO is the real father of the Internet. Tom Galvin, co-founder of 463, states, “After years of controversy and uncertainty, DNA testing has finally proven the real father of the Internet. It’s a gas station attendant in Norman, Oklahoma.”He continues, “The Internet himself…refused comment, but his troubles are well-documented. Recently, the Internet passed potentially crippling viruses to unsuspecting acquaintances, was accused of aiding identity thieves, drained numerous bank accounts and was complicit in the illegal distribution of the latest Britney Spears”album.”Read the full Onionesque April fool’s blog entry here.

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  1. Is this serious or you're kidding! If this is a joke certainly the joke was on me.