posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 09:35 AM
Separately, a few other blogs were up in arms about Sheen’s letter being a “hoax” because the disclaimer clarifying that the meeting with
Obama was a stylized fictional account and not a real event did not get added to the bottom of the article until a little later due to technical
snafus and a bombardment of traffic that shut down servers and locked out Infowars and Prison Planet webmasters.
Sure, why not ... a web page that was written and prepared before the show started couldn't be disclaimed properly because of the traffic generated
after the show started.
I would have gone with "the NWO ate my homework" excuse but what do I know.
I couldn't help but notice that the ad for his movie was in the middle of this page too ...
This is spam and unethical marketing 101, generate your own drama to create traffic and chalk it up to a "snafu." If you believe this one you might
as well do yourself a favor and implant your own chip and lie down and wait in a FEMA coffin because at this juncture you'll believe just about
AJ might be crazy but he's obviously not stupid, he generated huge traffic for his site and attention for himself with a nothing story. Hell, the
"snafu" became a bigger story that anything else. I have to hand it to him though, he sure knows how to play his peeps for his own interest.
Live and learn eh? (or maybe not)
[edit on 9 Sep 2009 by schrodingers dog]