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Friday, 30 December 2011

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Nessie Tinkersteen, 22, Freddy's next door neighbor.

NEW YORK CITY - The once proud domain king is now starting to look more and more like the domain jester as the nationwide Dump GoDaddy Day boycott has resulted in over 70,000 customers leaving the world's largest web hosting site.

A spokesperson for the movement, who only wishes to be known as Freddy, stated that the reason he started the boycott against the huge Internet domain registrar was because of GoDaddy's support of the Stop Online Piracy Act, which is currently before Congress.

He added that a secondary reason was the fact that the hosting company had hired Joan "The Moan" Rivers to be one of it's spokespersons.

Freddy noted that Joan Rivers has a reputation for being a vicious piranha and that truth be told she has all of the charm of a stale Saltine Cracker.

Freddy confessed to Tilapia Frisbee of The Right Coast Illustrated Revue that he had no idea that the support to exit the company would be what it has been.

He noted that in Rhode Island alone, about 93 percent of the GoDaddy customers are now former customers.

Noted Internet expert Myron Q. Wangowitz, 58, said that he has made a fantabulously lucrative living at predicting what the Internet industry will do and he sees GoDaddy soon possibly becoming GoneDaddy as the bye-bye, see ya frenzy continues.

One ex-customer, Tweezy "Peaches" Alphagiggle, 27, of Hackensack, New Jersey stated that she personally has moved 47 of her accounts to other hosts including her very popular one dealing with hundreds of ways to prepare sushi and hamburger helper in new, unique, decorative, and highly nutritional ways.

A spokesperson for the hosting giant stated that the company was planning on firing Joan Rivers on Valentine's Day 2012, but that Joan "The Moan" has now been terminated effective midnight December 29, 2011.

In other news. January 2, 2012, is National Make A Meal Using Coconuts Day, except in Hawaii, where every meal has coconuts in it.

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