Trivia Question of the Day

What does the Xero Magazine Web site, the site for the small-press literary magazine that lordfuckbeast and I publish, have in common with the National Organization for Women; the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University; the “Lloyd Doggett for Congress” Web site; A-1 Radiators of Seattle, Washington; the Holocaust Memorial Project; the Department of Astronomy at Smith Community College; The Odyssey, the ancient epic poem by Homer; the Info-Mall T-shirt shop; the British Conservative Party; the official Liza Minelli fan Web site; the Peaceable Texans for Firearms Rights; the Washington, DC Disability Guide organization; The Navarra, Spain chapter of the Red Cross; Keep America Beautiful; and the Jewish Teen Center of New York City?

All of these groups, organizations, or texts have been or are currently banned by various Internet censoring programs, such as NetNanny and CyberSitter.

Yep, that’s right. The Xero Web site is in good company; apparently, we’re every bit as harmful as The Odyssey, A-1 Radiators, and Lloyd Doggett.

And it gets weirder. We’re also keeping company with the likes of the Arizona Council on Compulsive Gambling, the Autism Behavioural Intervention Center, and a group called “KinderGarten” that distributes measels vaccines in rural India.

So there you have it, folks.

In the spirit of disseminating harmful material and generally promoting the degredation of human dignity everywhere, I would like to take this opportunity to invite you all to visit the Xero Magazine Online Forum, where you will find discussion topics on Dyson spheres, Open Firmware, BDSM, role-playing, and other harmful topics certain to cause the complete collapse of Western civilization.

Have a nice day. 🙂

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