Carson Cistulli: Virus Slinger

We all know, thanks to his NotGraphs bio, that Carson Cistulli “says terrible things at The New Enthusiast.” In fact, thanks to a revelatory anecdote recently posted by Mr. Dayn Perry, we know that Carson Cistulli says ridiculous and terrible things just about any time he pleases.

What you might not know is that, via The New Enthusiast, Carson Cistulli is also infecting your computer with terrible things. AND/OR Carson Cistulli is a big old con-man, a builder of pyramid schemes, a purveyor of identity theft, a cuckolder of man-avatars and lady-avatars alike. Behold:


It could give your Internets Inter-AIDS and steal your baby’s breath.

I think I speak for several Internets when I say, Boo, Mr. Cistulli. Verily: Boo.

Hat-tippery to my colleague Karl Saffran, who would rather I not acknowledge him — which is precisely why I am doing so.




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filihok
Member

Why I never

yolo
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yolo

This is the type of work that gets my eyeballs. Nice investigative piece, will there be a follow up?

Kyle
Member

I can’t access the New Enthusiast at work (probably all the penis talk) and therefor have to binge during the weekends.

golden jerseys, sparkle pants
Member
golden jerseys, sparkle pants

Weekend penis-talk binger, I strong recommend adding such a title to your professional resume.

Kyle
Member

I certainly don’t see why not!

AB
Guest
AB

So that’s why I have that burning sensation

Danny Knobgobbler
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Danny Knobgobbler

Is what I’m hearing from page boy Dayn, namely that gettingthepaper.com resides on a Huwaei server and is the primary distributor of the latest in Chinese malware, also true?

Smooth
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Smooth

Does this mean that the Nazis won?

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