One of my loyal readers (or should I say my only loyal reader?) has sent me a link (loyal readers do that) to
That is a parody - so it claims - of the U.S. governmental site
which - so it claims - informs the U.S. public (and hence the world) about the dangers caused by the post-Bushian world order.
Let me point out: This is all very wrong.
- First, Safenow.org completely misinterprets most of the symbols. So for example, means "expect more mutant presidents from this part of the world". Or "if the heavens drop, abandon keyboard and CRT screen" (it is ambiguous about LCD flat panels, so you have some wiggle room here). Or "Entrance to Minimundus is here!"
- Secondly, if you look closer to the official site you will notice more self-ironic material. Which can only mean one thing: the site is a parody of itself.
Definition: A web site is parodically closed if it is indistinguishable from its own parody.
This, btw, is a clever move, because it means that you preempt all further parodies.
Lemma: Any parodically closed web site cannot have a parody.
Proof: That is of course trivial and is left as exercise to my only loyal reader.