It does happen in unexpected places. Now that the humour part is done, I have to ask: what is the point? It's a classic example of the failure of marketing theory, isn't it? Speaking for myself, I've never bought anything on the basis of advertising... well, all right, toys when I was a kid. Are you happy now, marketeers? You gulled a child; well done. Will you be accepting your paycheck in human blood, as usual, or would you like to invest in a land scheme involving gingerbread houses? Yes, yes: Hail Hydra. Now get out. But what in the name of the ever-living Gordon - - is this supposed to accomplish? "Oh, woe is me, for lonely am I. If only I had a Bangladeshi love magic merchant to a-sort out my romantic requirements! Wait, what's this? a random net scrawl with a dead-end link dropped anonymously on a discussion website?! My loins are saved!" A) No one is going to buy your service, not if you sent a million out. B) The link probably doesn't lead anywhere - er, not that I would know, even as a gag click. How can this, as an S&T marketing issue, work? And what should the penalty be, shooting, or dismemberment of parts, or shooting of dismembered parts?