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  1. Ken says:

    I am scared that he will eat me.

  2. Brian Dunbar says:

    Here’s a photo of Mr. Johnson:

    What Ken said. That's almost as bad as most Realtor head shots.

    Pay some bucks to a _good_ photographer next time.

  3. Ken says:

    In light of this, and of the prior posts:

    What if we started a separate blog that did nothing but posts like this, showing comment spam posts promoting professionals? It would, by its nature, be self-sustaining, because the comment spam programs would pick up the keywords. And it would be a single-location vehicle to show why comment spam is scummy.

    Hmm.

  4. Ezra says:

    Hey, he said he bookmarked us, and he looks trustworthy. Maybe we should ask him what he thinks of the site in a week or so. Repeatedly. Perhaps even incessantly.

  5. Al says:

    Bradley Johnson is actually Patrick and this whole thing was just an elaborate ruse to ban Ken.

  6. Chris says:

    Imagine that picture with pale white skin and green hair.

  7. Patrick says:

    So Bradley Johnson had a wife, beautiful, like you Chris, who told him he worried too much. Who told him he ought to smile more. Who gambled and got in deep with the sharks…

    Look at me!

    One day, they carved her face. And Bradley Johnson had no money for surgeries. She couldn't take it. Bradley Johnson just wanted to see her smile again, he just wanted her to know that he didn't care about the scars. So… he stuck a razor in his mouth, and…

  8. Ezra says:

    Why so litigious?

  9. lpont says:

    I could never trust anyone with teeth that big!!!!

  10. Scott Jacobs says:

    I think Ezra wins this round…

  11. dwagoner says:

    I know where he learned to smile like that:

    Ponchos!

  12. Brian W says:

    He looks a bit like Brian Thompson. If Brian Thompson ever smiled that is.

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_23Bfe9wiMsk/SXefxIohXcI/AAAAAAAAABk/pvzEFs0iaCQ/s320/Brian+Thompson+montage.jpg

  13. Bob says:

    I assume the professionals who use the services of these, shall we say, internet marketing companies, don't understand what these slimeball companies are actually doing for them.

  14. Danimal says:

    Why do I feel the need to wear a neck guard when I look at that picture?

    Umm, hate to reiterate, but maybe you should nofollow all comments on this blog?

  15. Patrick says:

    Most of our commenters (the ones we allow through spam filters) are legitimate Dan, and we have no objection if they wish to bask in our page rank, so long as they have something to say. Indeed, many of them allow us the same courtesy on their own sites, to link to Popehat with our comments, without no-following us.

    Whenever we feel someone is trying to comment just for the sake of getting a link, that person goes into the filter with the rest of the dirt, filth, hair, and soap residue.

  16. Grandy says:

    Do not look at him with your They Live shades on.

  17. Ed Flinn says:

    I feel that any sensible person cursed by nature with freakishly large teeth like that would refrain from drawing attention to them by having them bleached and brightened.

  18. Ken says:

    Seriously, I had nightmares about this guy last night. His picture reminds me about that part in The Stand when Randal Flagg rips apart the incompetent henchman with his teeth.

  19. Reuven Avram says:

    He needs to sue the dentist that did those awful veneers!

  20. Packratt says:

    I think his face has caused me a personal injury… anyone know a lawyer in the Seattle area I can talk to about it?

    …preferably one that won't eat me.

  21. Ken says:

    Hey! Somebody from Brad's office was just looking at this post! Hiya, Brad's office!

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