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Yahoo Answers And Alex Jones Are A Match Made In Crazytown

Some genius decided to pair two of our favorite internet phenomenons: Alex Jones and the oft-upsetting insanity of Yahoo Answers.

You're welcome.

Funny pics of Alex Jones and Yahoo Answers.
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Yahoo Answers question that someone asks about how they can get away with pooping in the litterbox.
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Yahoo Answers Logic Is Flawless

Leave it to Yahoo Answers to be the place for someone trying to settle some kind of score with their cat, by pooping in their litter box, but without getting in trouble. A keen eyed user on Yahoo Answers responds to the call and recommends that he first poop next to the kitty litter, and then progress to pooping in the litter box as a step upwards. This would certainly work excellent if the person asking the question was a cat, but pretty sure cats can't actually use Yahoo Answers in an capacity. And if they did, no way a cat can spell that well.

Troll on Yahoo Answers asking horrible questions.
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Yahoo Answers Trolls. Bless their hearts. Obviously a troll, right?

PLEASE LET IT BE A TROLL

Pie chart showing how most of yahoo answers goes to failblog eventually.
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Yahoo Answers Failblog Purpose

Pacman looking chart showing the primary purposes for Yahoo Answers. claiming most of it ends up on Failblog.
The truth is strong with this one. The dynamics of Yahoo Answers in which it basically invites trolls to get a place for some attention makes it more entertaining than reliable for good answers. So yeah, naturally a bunch of it will reach fail blog, cause that is where that goes. Yahoo! has known about the issues for years but it still generates traffic for them, which is better than no traffic, and also it still does have good answers to some basic questions that made it through the system over time. That alone give Yahoo Answers a reason to keep it going and pump out content for Failblog enthusiast without a concern of running out of supply.