Jealous Writer Deletes My Article from Gold Magazine

NOTE: It occurred to me as some people are STILL reading this post that I naturally assumed that everyone seeing this knows what the HELL this post is based on.  Here’s a short up to date:

I wrote a joke post – “Herpes Hotties” – a few weeks before this one.  It was a satire on STD dating sites that are springing up EVERYWHERE on the internet. I totally SPOOFED on it.  A week after that post was written, I noticed that a couple of “spammers” who advertised Silver Colloidal Cream had “picked up” (or webcrawled automatically etc) my post on Herpes Hotties and ADDED it to their spam website under “Other Related Blogs” to the serious medical condition of HERPES.  I couldn’t resist writing follow up posts.  THIS post is based on ANOTHER spam publication that added it one day, MUST have seen what they had done, and REMOVED it the next day so as not to get fired or whatever from their job.




 The latest prestigious publication eager to link my work to their name

Deleted from THIS worldly acclaimed publication! THE NERVE of them!



Today as I went to update  readers on yet more homage I’d been paid for in my work on Herpes Hotties, I noticed a  horrible scandal had occurred!  My fine research piece had been DELETED from the newest medical publication to solicit my often-misunderstood findings on this under-rated STD.   All I can say is he must have been a REALLY SORE LOSER indeed, to stoop to the lowest of levels.  I think I’ll hunt down a public profile picture of this scoundral, edit it, and send it all over the internet.  Thus he will forever be known as the ”  boobs on a hairy naked man wearing rainbow socks!! ” guy.

But first I had to get my article re-published on Gold

It was simple:

I just copied a list of REAL herpes resource centers and publications.

Then manually added myself to their list – under TWO different listings.




Where can I get more information?

National Herpes Resource Center and Hotline
American Social Health Association
P.O. Box 13827
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-9940
919-361-8488 (9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday)

National STD and AIDS Hotline
1-800-227-8922 or 1-800-342-2437 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
31 Center Drive, MSC 2520
Bethesda, MD 20892-2520

SORE High with Herpes – Institute for the Spreading of Happiness and Other Gooey Stuff
5451 Itchcrotch River Road
Sacramento Ca 95441

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30333







Now all I have to do is re-post this to my blog and wait for Google to find it and re-run it…  Problem solved!  (Damn I’m smart!)