What's wrong with this site?



  • What's wrong with this site (besides the really bad 'satirical' photoshops)?

    I'll give you a hint: try to copy one of the images.



  • Wow that is pretty amazing.

    Web 0.1?



  • @Veinor said:

    What's wrong with this site (besides the really bad 'satirical' photoshops)?

    I'll give you a hint: try to copy one of the images.

    Certainly does solve all those vexing layout problems people have been using multi-level nested tables/divs, and it's also easier on the server. Only two hits rather than 20+.



  • You just made my 56k dial-up melt.

     



  • @MarcB said:

    @Veinor said:

    What's wrong with this site (besides the really bad 'satirical' photoshops)?

    I'll give you a hint: try to copy one of the images.

    Certainly does solve all those vexing layout problems people have been using multi-level nested tables/divs, and it's also easier on the server. Only two hits rather than 20+.

    I would have just used Multi Threaded PHP!



  • <html>

    <head>
    <meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft FrontPage 5.0">
    <meta name="ProgId" content="FrontPage.Editor.Document">
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252">
    <title>Satire</title>
    </head>

    <body topmargin="0" leftmargin="0" bgcolor="#000000">
    <map name="FPMap0">
    <area href="http://www.dees2.com/sat1.html" shape="rect" coords="142, 0, 200, 30">
    <area href="http://www.dees2.com/mu1.html" shape="rect" coords="227, 5, 296, 27">
    <area href="http://www.dees2.com/contact.html" shape="rect" coords="601, 4, 667, 24">
    <area coords="329, 3, 395, 25" shape="rect" href="http://www.cafepress.com/dees2shop">
    <area href="bio.html" shape="rect" coords="423, 4, 470, 26">
    <area href="sat1.html" shape="rect" coords="23, 135, 56, 159">
    <area href="sat2.html" shape="rect" coords="25, 162, 54, 183">
    <area href="sat3.html" shape="rect" coords="22, 184, 58, 208">
    <area href="sat4.html" shape="rect" coords="23, 219, 57, 239">
    <area href="sat5.html" shape="rect" coords="24, 244, 57, 267">
    <area href="sat6.html" shape="rect" coords="22, 272, 58, 294">
    <area href="sat7.html" shape="rect" coords="25, 297, 54, 320">
    <area href="sat8.html" shape="rect" coords="20, 326, 55, 348">
    <area href="sat9.html" shape="rect" coords="24, 350, 51, 373">
    <area href="sat10.html" shape="rect" coords="23, 381, 57, 404">
    <area href="sat11.html" shape="rect" coords="22, 405, 54, 430">
    <area href="sat12.html" shape="rect" coords="24, 434, 54, 457">
    <area href="http://www.deesillustration.com" shape="rect" coords="514, 1, 568, 27">
    <area href="http://www.dees2.com" shape="rect" coords="707, 2, 759, 27">
    <area coords="449, 6901, 55" shape="circle" href="http://www.cafepress.com/dees2shop">
    <area href="http://rense.com/1.mpicons/dees1.htm" shape="rect" coords="634, 6791, 745, 6814">
    </map>
    <img border="0" src="images/sat1.jpg" usemap="#FPMap0" width="1082" height="7128"  >
    </body>

    </html>
    Brilliant! I would say this:  
    Microsoft FrontPage 5.0
    Says it all. 



  • Anyone else notice at the bottom:

    "Use screen capture for these images"

    LMAO



  • I was a bit skeptical at first, thinking it might just be a petty JavaScript alert(), but then I tried it. And...wow.



  • @aythun said:

    I was a bit skeptical at first, thinking it might just be a petty JavaScript alert(), but then I tried it. And...wow.
    If you're worried about that wget it first and view the source in nano/vi/emacs/whatever-have-you.



  • I think the pictures were just as wtfishly bad as the site was...



  • @Lingerance said:

    @aythun said:
    I was a bit skeptical at first, thinking it might just be a petty JavaScript alert(), but then I tried it. And...wow.
    If you're worried about that wget it first and view the source in nano/vi/emacs/whatever-have-you.

    I wasn't worried. I use noscript so I can decide who berates me with javascript.



  • @MasterPlanSoftware said:

    Anyone else notice at the bottom:

    "Use screen capture for these images"

    LMAO

    That was my favorite part.  "Please distribute these images.  Not that I'm going to make it easy on you" 



  • Awful HTML aside, that is the worst "satire" ever.  It's just a big collection of absurd conspiracy theorists crap....it's like a static youtube.



  • jaw drops



  • Amazing. He seems to believe in about every conspiracy theory known to man. Including Chemtrails and the Illuminati.
    I think we should ask him to make a picture about DHMO, to bring this terrible chemical back to public awareness, after the cover-up campaign of "the man" worked so well the last years... :)

    Then of course, there are those who think otherwise:

    But the art of David Dees simply knocks our socks off. Not only is Dees prolific, edgy, profound and frighteningly sarcastic, his visual style of photo manipulation, graphic design and superb illustration in the digital media is truly phenomenal and has a look and feel that is entirely his own. He has mastered the art of the topical/political splash, to say the least.
     



  • @PSWorx said:

    [quote user="otherwise"]He has mastered the art of the topical/political splash, to say the least.

     

    [/quote]

    They think that's a good thing?  Sounds like they're saying "he's mastered the art of political masturbation."  Sorry for the redundancy at the end of the sentence.



  • @PSWorx said:

    Amazing. He seems to believe in about every conspiracy theory known to man. Including Chemtrails and the Illuminati.
    I think we should ask him to make a picture about DHMO, to bring this terrible chemical back to public awareness, after the cover-up campaign of "the man" worked so well the last years... :)

    Then of course, there are those who think otherwise:

    But the art of David Dees simply knocks our socks off. Not only is Dees prolific, edgy, profound and frighteningly sarcastic, his visual style of photo manipulation, graphic design and superb illustration in the digital media is truly phenomenal and has a look and feel that is entirely his own. He has mastered the art of the topical/political splash, to say the least.
     

    He has also obviously mastered the art of website design.


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