Warning: Visiting this Site may harm your computer!
This is the message millions of too-stupid-to-figure-out-Firefox Google users are getting, and it serves to prove that Google's anti-malware software is more ambitious than it is effective.
"The website at www.google.com contains elements from the site www.slip-it-in-my-mom.web, which appears to host malware," says ther flashing red warning page, blocking Google users from using... well, itself.
"This includes software that can hurt your computer," Google continues, throwing itself under the proverbial bus. "This can also damage all the saved Youporn videos on your hard drive, or shop on eBay with your credit card, all without your consent. Just visiting a site that contains malware can injure your children and kill your dog."
Google users are idiots, er... can't spell 'Bing', er... forgot about Yahoo, er... outraged.
"Dear Mr Google," wrote a 44-year-old man, whose brain is carbon-monoxide riddled from living in the apartment over his parents garage. "You broke my internet. How can I surch for open-recess elimentery skools to visit if i cant see the surch answers. Your stupid."
"My guess is that it detected malware in a Google gadget that has become infected," said Dick Hertz, who became a software engineer after unemployment paid for him to go back to school. "There's not a lot that they can do about it, but it is kinda funny that it blocks itself."
"Fortunately," he concluded, "It doesn't block 'girlsandcorpses', 'airdisaster', 'stickaforkinmydog' and 'ratemypoo', which pretty much rounds out my internet visiting agenda."