Wednesday, April 12, 2006

If only he had email

There are times in our lives where we, much like King Solomon, ask ourselves what is the point of all our possesions.

What do people gain from all the toil
at which they toil under the sun?

ECCLESIASTES 1:3, NRSV, the new email account for the world's discerning elite, encourages us to probe even deeper, "What is the point of a yacht in Monaco... when you are just one out of billions on the Internet?"

Luckily, Millionaires24 has an answer. For the distinguishing price of 399 US$ a month, a limited group of 10,000 people will be able to have web based email with less features than most free accounts. As Ray Smuckles would say, "At this level the market demands non-linear value."


Stephen Epp said...

I got to hand it to the guy who thought this up. I wish i could think of a way to basicly do nothing and get lots of money. If he gets 10,000 people at basiclly 400 bucks a month he could buy himself his own account pretty quicly.

Theresa said...

That's pretty amazing... so are there actually people who use it? that gives a new dimension to gullibility.