Okay, you know what I

Okay, you know what I don’t get?

Take a look at this website: http://www.seek123.com/

This website was plastered all over a car i saw in my parking lot a few weeks ago. No, not just any car. A yellow 2000 BMW M3. A very nice, very expensive car, that I personally would kill to drive. And it was plastered all over the car for two reasons, as far as I can tell: 1) to totally ruin the elegance and style of the car, and 2) to indicate that obviously it was a company car of some sort.

Now, if this company has enough money to buy an M3 to promote their company, obviously they’ve got some dough lying around.

Now, my question – er, wait, did you go to the website yet? alright, then – my question is:

How does a company whose sole product appears to be the crappiest looking site on the entire internet accumulate the funds to buy themselves an M3 just for the hell of it? I mean, come on. My webpage’s links section has more thought put into the links it’s got.

Did dot-com mania get so out of hand that these people actually got money for this? They actually got funding to design something that looks like it predates http://akebono.stanford.edu/yahoo in design technique? And why hasn’t the dot-com implosion put them out of my misery yet? Why are they still flaunting around this car? WHY? WHY GOD WHY?!?

Sorry. I guess I just really wish I had an M3.