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November 13, 2012


Look no further.

(Thanks to jon harris)


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Details on the company can be found at http://www.nic.cx/index.php/whois/christmas-island/cx-whois-server.html

where we learn that the website registered in the Christmas Islands has ties to Carlsbad California and Burwood East in the Aussie state of Victoria.

"Can you please give me a reason why I didn't get the job?"

"Well, the e-mail address we had on file for you raised an alert with the TSA..."

Goatse is Christmas Island website (that's what the .cx top level domain means) registered by somebody in Australia through a company in California.

And all they want is your email address. What could possibly go wrong?

I'm holding out until orcaSe sets up their domain.

Not going to click on that link while at work. I know about Goatse.

Might need a NSFW tag

I immediately got Websensed. I'm surprised my computer isn't smoking.

n-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-aaaaa, i'll pass

Who are they kidding?

Seems legit. (As they say at Reddit. Not that I go there and waste time.)

Nope, nope, nope. I made the mistake of getting curious about goa--- many years ago, and I still can't get that awful image out of my mind.

Am I to assume Goatse is something really hideously terrible that I should not search for?

Ah, ewww.Thanks, wikipedia.

Elon, it's, well. Yeah. It's nightmare fuel.

Goatse is probably the origin of the idea that you can never un-see something.

As an email address, it's hilarious.

What's wrong with .Goatee mail?

Awwww. Facebook won't let me post it!

For e-mail, Crotchcrabs.com is a lot classier, and they give S & H green stamps.

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