A Defense Site for AOL, submitted by Arrrgh!. Some people think that AOL has gotten a bad rap for their technologically-ignorant users, poor customer support, unreliable service, and nonstop email spam. However, The Defense Site for AOL has a little something to say about those outlandish claims! The page also includes various positive and motivational quotes from anonymous and possibly fictional people like the following:
What's so good about AOL? Here's just some of the good points of AOL, you meet new people, it's a good research tool, there's easy shopping, you can get up-to-date news, and much, much more. There are, however, some bad points. These are all mostly just minor things, which AOL does it's best to prevent and fix when possible. Don't let the bad things over power the good things though. They are few, and far between.
"AOL is God." - anonymous
"I can't live without AOL."-anonymous
Is it any wonder why these particular people chose to remain anonymous? I'd guess it's because they forgot their first name and are too stupid to copy / paste their login name, "k3wLD00D1892737893," but that's just one (1) man's speculation.
PS: The site includes a guestbook you can sign to profess your undying love and admiration for the fabulous ISP. I think you'll get punted if you don't.
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