A secret email obtained today by the prestigious TheSpoof.com reveals a shocking conspiracy involving members of the Church of Gorintology to successfully manipulated the ratings of articles published in the prestigious TheSpoof.com website.
A highly placed mole in the Church of Gorintology provided investigative reporters for TheSpoof.com with this secret email:
Bad peopul attcak me on tHeSpoFF.Com.
Giv won stars too bad peoplu atack Gore.
gIve many star to gud peuple who like GOre.
A spokesentenientbeing for the Church of Gorintology denied The Gore sent this message. "Such is the adoration the followers of The Gore (Praised be his divine aroma!)have for his divineness that it is hard not to believe that some followers would not react violently to attacks on his divine being. But there is no conspiracy of the followers of The Gore. (Praised be his flatulence!)"
However, Dr. Sidney R. Chapman, Professor of Internet Studies at the University of Texas Del Rio said: "There was on the part of the Church of Gorintology an overt conspiracy to raise the ratings of articles in the prestigious TheSpoof.com that were favorable to The Gore and to lower the ratings of articles critical of the cult's founder. Don't believe for one minute that the email wasn't written by The Gore. I have in my possession a copy of the original draft of An Inconvenient Truth. It has the same spelling errors as contained in the disputed email."
A spokesperson for the prestigious TheSpoof.com said the editors of this prestigious website were continuing their ongoing investigations into the issue of ratings manipulation. "According to their preliminary audit, the editors did find a number of articles critical of The Gore and his cult that may have had their ratings downgraded because of manipulation. However, since they were not able to find any articles favorable to The Gore, we cannot comment on other charges at this time."
When asked how long it would take for the audit be be completed, the spokesperson for the prestigious TheSpoof.com replied: "In a few minutes. The audit became much easier when the editors noticed that the average article published in the prestigious TheSpoof.com has at most five readers. If they limited their investigations to articles with six or more readers the audit could be concluded rapidly."