On the Internet No One Knows If You Are a Real Award

Today's email brings:

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Top Excellence Congratulations !

Your site Discourse.net, was selected to receive the Top Excellence Award, one of the most important award of the world. You have created a remarkably useful page, a shining example of the positive use of the Internet.

Visit http://www.topexcellence.com and see how to introduce the Top Excellence Award on your page.

Visit http://www.topexcellence.com/excellence/top/more.htm and see the Winner's Page.

I wish you good luck and continued success in all your endeavors.

Sincerely,
T. Cassio
Top Excellence Team

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5 Responses to On the Internet No One Knows If You Are a Real Award

  1. nachocoalmine says:

    The funny thing about it is that your site is probaly more visited than theirs.

  2. Karen says:

    Hip-Hip-Hooray!! on the Top Excellence award…and I bet yer still having loads’o’fun too. What more could a blogger ask for…eh?

  3. The Top Excellence award is underwritten by the Hooray for Everything Group, who you might remember from such superbowl half-time shows as “Salute to the Western Hemisphere” (the rockinest hemisphere of all!).

  4. Brian Boru says:

    In the “real”, not blog world, these things usually come with a price tag: “You have been selected by an international board of experts as one of the 500 most influential people in your field. To receive a copy of ‘Who’s the Best in the World in xxx’ send $150 and you will also receive a suitable-for-framing certificate attesting to your hyperworthiness.'” Well worth it if your dean’s dumb enough to give you a merit raise that will compound for years.

  5. Brian Boru says:

    In the “real”, not blog world, these things usually come with a price tag: “You have been selected by an international board of experts as one of the 500 most influential people in your field. To receive a copy of ‘Who’s the Best in the World in xxx’ send $150 and you will also receive a suitable-for-framing certificate attesting to your hyperworthiness.'” Well worth it if your dean’s dumb enough to give you a merit raise that will compound for years.

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