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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

ConManKen Wants to Make YOU a TV Host


What a fucktard! Wait, is that even a word?

Somehow #ConManKen can hook you up with a full time job hosting a geek show on TV? Oh wait - that's a "maybe"

If this were true Ken would find a way to make money from it. As I'm sure he is asking for money to provide the application info, I guess he has found his latest money making scheme.

Classic Kenny. How many typos?

Hey Ken, how's Marcus doing?

13 comments:

  1. FFS, is there no depth he will not sink to?

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    1. (shakes Magic 8-Ball)

      "My sources say no."

      It speaks the truth!

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  2. "Fuckatard" is a word. It's a betterer word to use when describing WhitFuck

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    1. Here in Australia we use Fuckwit in regular parlance, so "FuckWhit" is arguably also a valid response.

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  3. Maybe he's offering his services as an agent. How odd.

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  4. He's one of these scam talent scouts that milks money out of mothers at the mall trying to make their little kids into stars. He should be in prison.

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  5. FUN FACT: Ken was once a Bible salesman. I'm not kidding.

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  6. I'm amazed he doesn't just run 419 scams by email. He already has the grammar and syntax down.

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    1. He probably has run four-hundred and nineteen scams by now! LOL

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  7. "Send me a PM and I maybe I will tell you how to apply for this full time job."

    This reminds me of the old ads I'd see in the cheap section at the back of magazines: "Want to know how to make THOUSANDS of dollars in your spare time? Just send $9.99 to (address) and we'll send you our quick and easy guide to making money like you always dreamed of!" I always imagined that if one sent the money they'd get a pamphlet that said "Take out ads like ours in the back of magazines and in newspapers and wait for idiots to send you money." Ken is likely just going to charge those who respond a dozen bucks for a kit that is publicly available addresses for the development divisions of geek-related cable television channels.

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    1. Usually they just keep the ten bucks and don't send a thing. Hardly anyone is going to pursue the matter over such a small amount of money, and if they do the authorities won't do anything about it. And if you get ten bucks each from enough suckers, it can add up to serious change.

      Come to think of it, Kickstarter works almost exactly the same way. Coincidence?

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  8. I'm assuming that the catch is that Kenny will provide the A/V equipment and his "expertise" at a reasonable cost to the host, making it a job that you'll be paying Kenny for.

    Cause Kenny wouldn't be doing it unless he can scam someone out of a buck.

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