Bigger, longer and uncut
Saturday…time for another DomainGang editorial.
It’s been 13 years since the South Park movie Bigger, Longer and Uncut.
Great humor right there, and some of the whackiest jokes of the popular animated series.
That been said, humor is an acquired taste, and there are so many subtle varieties of it; it’s hard for everyone to like everyone else’s humor.
Two days ago, an article about the supposed acquisition of Uncut.com by Yahoo, triggered some 600+ likes on Facebook for a total of 1,500 visits.
It’s exciting seeing a lot of commentary from moms, talking about how they support Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and her supposed motion to leave “America’s male organs alone.”
Some of the commentators obviously missed the point of the article, which was a bit esoteric, I must confess.
Combining the real sale of Circumcision.com by Mike Berkens and the media obsession with the new “CEOilf” of Yahoo, the story poked fun at something that we mere mortals aren’t comfortable discussing: genital modification.
There is a lesson to be learned here: It appears that once a larger-than-life, public figure is supposedly involved in such a personal matter, we all feel empowered and strong and we are ready to follow those that seem to lead the way.
The truth is that life is full of such events and we simply need to follow the best leader there is: ourselves.