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Doctor Conspiracy predicts the end of the world

Sometimes there are things so terrifying and so threatening that it becomes difficult to imagine how the world can survive. Such an event has happened.

WorldNetDaily has entered the elite realm of the top 500 web sites in the United States according to web traffic analysis web site Alexa.com. This compares to a paltry 2,732 for the National Enquirer and 147,254 for us.

Here are Alexa ratings for a few other well known web sites:

  • Google (#1)
  • FaceBook (#2)
  • Yahoo (#3)
  • YouTube (#4)
  • Wikipedia (#5)
  • Amazon (#6)
  • Craig’s List (#7)
  • eBay (#8)
  • CNN (#18)
  • WordPress.com (#19)
  • IMDB (#22)
  • Weather.com (#23)
  • New York Times (#24)
  • Microsoft (#26)
  • Los Angeles Times (#29)
  • The Huffington Post (#37)
  • Fox News (#41)
  • Walmart (#44)
  • Major League Baseball (#57)
  • BBC Online (#59)
  • United States Postal Service (#63)
  • Washington Post (#81)
  • Drudge Report (#87)
  • USA Today (#94)
  • Disney (#151)
  • WorldNetDaily (#500)
  • WhiteHouse.gov (#1,491)

[Actually WND had dropped to number 506 by the time of this writing.]

[They were also having a sale on bullet lists]

4 Responses to Doctor Conspiracy predicts the end of the world

  1. avatar
    Dave June 4, 2010 at 7:35 am #

    A related development: Taitz has recently taken to posting headlines about what the MSM is covering, over an article from WND. I was wondering if anybody but her thought of WND as main-stream.

  2. avatar
    Slartibartfast June 4, 2010 at 12:03 pm #

    Definitely an indication of the end times…

  3. avatar
    DavidH June 4, 2010 at 12:50 pm #

    I deliberately avoid WND. I don’t want to contribute to their web traffic, which I am sure supports its advertising rates.

  4. avatar
    Black Lion June 4, 2010 at 3:31 pm #

    Speaking of ridiculous sites like WND, our friends over at the Post and Fail have a new look to the old scamming of the birthers….See their new article…Funny stuff…

    (Jun. 3, 2010) — The Post & Email has an ongoing investigation into Obama’s origins, the second half of which needs to be completed. In order to accomplish that, we need to raise some funds. While the exact details of the mission cannot be divulged here, please know that the information we will gather will be very valuable in determining Obama ’s eligibility for the presidency. We are halfway there now.

    To complete what we have started, we need to raise $400 in the next two weeks. The results of the completed investigation will be published here, of course, and will be exclusive to The Post & Email.

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    Enough of you came through to assist us in purchasing the transcription machine, which has cut the time it takes to prepare an interview in half. The interview of Mr. Huber, Congressional candidate from Washington State, was done on a Tuesday and published on Wednesday night. Before purchasing the transcriber, it took a week or more to produce an interview. We want to interview every constitutionalist running for office between now and Election Day on November 2, and now we have the equipment to do it.

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