Friday, November 8th, 2013

One Shocking Graph That Explains Why You Don't Need To Worry About "Peak Troll"

noftureYes, getting to Peak Troll—the state in which everything on the Internet is the worst it possibly could be—is a concern. But let's look at the facts—the facts of climate change! When the future of the Internet is graphed against sea level projections, it all works out okay. Most of us will likely die before Peak Troll completely ruins everything forever. Knock wood—and stay at sea level. Better to go out with the coasts than survive and live through what the Internet will be like in 100 years.

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Werner Hedgehog (#11,170)

But what if it is discovered that watching YouTube clips of cats falling off things extends life? Then we all might live to see a lolspeak Pulitzer awarded to the horse_ebooks guy.

Ralph Haygood (#13,154)

@Werner Hedgehog: As long as reading the comments on those YouTube clips isn't required. That would almost surely shorten life.

This just means we're approaching the troll singularity, when the development of supertrolls exceeds modern computing capacity plunging us into trollverse wherein all known physics break down and society as we know it ceases to exist, but the number of unique visitors makes it all worth it.

No one will have time to read anything anyhow: everyone will be busy refreshing Omniture dashboards.

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