Surprisingly, the wine was a success. It's apparently not bad for cheap, meme-based stuff. Their chardonnay was a labeled a "top pick" by The Tasting Panel, and their red blend was a medal winner at the Cincinnati International WIne Festival. We're not even going to make fun of that, because you know what? Good for them. Far be it from us to belittle anybody's success in the post-Facebook apocalypse.
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You Can Now Buy Ad Space On Goatse.cx
If you don't know what Goatse is, well, we would link you, but our advertisers would send us to our room. It was basically the original Rickroll, except instead of tricking your friends into listening to a delightful '80s jam, you tricked them into looking at a man's severely dilated anus. Oh, like you were never 14.
Apparently, Goatse has turned a new leaf and completely removed the N in NSFW. Its website, Goatse.cx, has made a comeback as a terrible digital billboard. This isn't the first attempt to monetize all the anus-driven traffic to the site. Back in 2012, its owner tried selling email leads to anyone who was willing to pay them for it, but that idea went down the toilet. They then created a million-pixel board and sold each pixel for 0.001 Etherium, which was worth around $100 in early 2019. By that time they had successfully sold 6,000 pixels, so around 994,000 to go. This is what you see right now if you go to Goatse.cx:
Goatse.cxSomehow, this seems even worse than the gaping anus.