Oh Baby Baby
May 4, 2005 9:19 PM   Subscribe

Britney's Smear. Staff at Hot 89.9 Morning Hot Tub team spent two weeks touting what they claim is the First Response home pregnancy test Britney Spears used to determine she was carrying husband Kevin Federline's baby. GoldenPalace.com, an online casino known for its aggressive marketing, beat out 800 other hopefuls with a bid of $5,001.
posted by fandango_matt (15 comments total)

 
oh goldenpalace.com, is there no end to your folly?
posted by puke & cry at 9:36 PM on May 4, 2005


This is NOT the best of the web.
posted by gen at 9:39 PM on May 4, 2005


Why am I not surprised Goldenpalace.com ended up with it?
posted by SisterHavana at 9:40 PM on May 4, 2005


Shades of Madonna's pap smear from the movie Slackers.
posted by StickyCarpet at 9:41 PM on May 4, 2005


Things like this really stifle my 'move to Canada, it's better!' campaign. Although perhaps we can chalk this up to making fun of Americans......
posted by blacklite at 9:42 PM on May 4, 2005


Will anyone be shocked when Goldenpalace goes out of business?
posted by drezdn at 10:15 PM on May 4, 2005


I'll be sure to note GoldenPalace.com's number, in case I ever take a dump that ends up looking like Baby Jesus.

I'm sure they'd buy it. They've been buying nothing but crap for the past couple of years.
posted by clevershark at 11:10 PM on May 4, 2005


The strange thing is that they insist this weird campaign is working wonders for them. Who's the fool then?
posted by dabitch at 11:32 PM on May 4, 2005


dabitch writes "Who's the fool then?"

People who gamble real money in online casinos?
posted by clevershark at 11:38 PM on May 4, 2005


Quick! douse it with holy water!
posted by jonmc at 6:42 AM on May 5, 2005


You guys know that pap smears and pregnancy tests are completely different things, right?
posted by jessamyn at 6:54 AM on May 5, 2005


I think Golden Palace is run by that Katamari Damancy guy, and they're just rolling a big ball of random crap all over the place trying to accumulate more. "Oooh! A cheese sandwich! Get it!"
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 7:55 AM on May 5, 2005


Huh. I listen to this radio station quite often in the morning and had no idea they were doing this.

Go figure.
posted by aclevername at 9:00 AM on May 5, 2005


Smells like faux teen spirit. I wonder how they plan to authenticate this obviously valuable find?

I can't wait to see the bogus auctions pop up - "Thimble of Brad Pitt's Spit", "Justin Timberlake's Post-Wardrobe Malfunction Flop Sweat", etc.
posted by FormlessOne at 12:09 PM on May 5, 2005


I was watching a report on online gambling a few weeks ago (Canada is a big player in the online gambling back end apparently). They were interviewing the guy from golden palace and he contributed a big portion of their success (and they are very successful) to these eBay stunts and their streaker stunts. As is often said you can't buy this kind of plublicity. Look they've even got MeFi (home of the pepsi blue cliche) spreading their name.
posted by Mitheral at 2:04 PM on May 5, 2005


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