Mountain View, CA - A large search engine company and a Chinese company marketing an internet based role playing game are considering doing a deal with Erin Andrews that will see her infamous peephole video being released to an wide American audience.
The search engine company, Gaggle, has noticed that consumers are willing to accept a virus on their computer when they click a link to see the Erin Andrews video, but are disappointed that they are not subsequently shown it.
The role playing game company, Everny, has expressed a great interest in being able to infect computers so that it may then tap the bank accounts of the people whose computers have been infected and then help their government pay off the debt that it holds in the form of American junk bonds.
So the two companies are interested in coming together for the purposes of sending out a virus-laden email with links to the Erin Andrews video so that, while the viewer is happily enjoying the video, the viewer's bank accounts can be looted and all American debt to China can be erased.
Said Vice-President Joe Biden, "...it's a win-win
situation. We've been letting goods made in China into our country for eons, all because they've been buying our debt.
Now the american consumer can empty their bank accounts directly into the Chinese coffers and in return they get to see some fine american snatch."
No word yet on how negotiations are going with Ms. Andrews.