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Why Humanity Is Blocked

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Please read carefully the following important message that does not come from the anonymous persons running whyfirefoxisblocked.com and whydiggisblocked.com.

You’ve reached this page because the site you were trying to visit now blocks visitors from the human race and other beings capable of browsing the web.

The users on continents such as America, Asia, Europe and Antarctica openly endorse critical thinking, a function of the human brain that allows humans to ignore irrelevant perceptions such as advertisement on web sites, and are well known for paying no huge amount of money to the owners of sites they visit. Humans that ignore all advertisement are an infringement of the rights of web site owners and developers. Numerous web sites exist in order to provide quality content in exchange for displaying ads, humans who don’t click on these ads are stealing bandwidth without paying for it and website owners deserve a method to block this unauthorized bandwith theft.

Since the human brain does not allow website owners a method for excluding perceptions and do not obey “give away all your money” law, abiding webmasters are forced to block all humans. Demographics have shown that not only are humans a somewhat small and insignificant percentage of the planet, they actually are even smaller in terms of value, therefore blocking these beings seems to have only minimal financial drawbacks, whereas ending resource theft has tremendous financial rewards for honest, hard-working website owners and developers.

If you wish to view the site you came from we suggest stopping being human and becoming a machine instead.

(Of course, humans using Digg are where the real evil is at.)