The Thought Factory, submitted by Coal. Some of my most favorite websites on this wacky rollercoaster of a ride we call "The Internet" has to be the horrible graphic / webpage designers that think they're God's gift to the world of HTML. Now I'll admit it right now: I have absolutely no HTML, graphic design, or programming skills. You can instantly tell these things upon loading this site, which I designed myself. However, I don't have the gall or stupidity to pass myself off as a webdesigner, much less a graphics pro. This is where sites like "The Thought Factory" come in, chucking up aliased chunks of putrid graphical insults and a layout design which resembles a blind handicapped kid who tossed out randomly-colored squares all across a graffiti-covered highway underpass that's been soaking in bum urine for the past three decades.
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Yeah, I'd like to discuss a few "requirements" for you, Elaine or Jane! Like how come there's apparently some requirement for you to start up a very, very, very bad graphics company and pass yourself off as a "professional" on the Internet? Here's another requirement I'd like to ask you: how many braincells are required to think that a neon green and brown color scheme is a good idea? 5? 9? 11? I need to know quickly because I'm thinking of bashing my head against a cinder block and I need to know roughly when to stop.
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