I don’t usually fall for internet hoaxes. I like to think that I’m smart enough to know when something smells fishy. Well, today,
someone posted about Green Bay Packers linebacker, Clay Matthews, breaking his legs in a car accident, and some internet tool got me.
It turns buy viagra no prescription out, this hack of a website is just a template that people use to generate fake news. There is actually a disclaimer down at the bottom of the page that reads:
“…this is a totally fake article based on zero truth and is a complete work of fiction for entertainment purposes! this story was dynamically generated using a generic ‘template’ and is not factual.”
In fact, here’s a story about me breaking my legs:
And one about Pope Francis:
This isn’t the first time that people have fallen for the ol’ broken legs story,
and it probably won’t be the last. Don’t be fooled the next time you see it.
Update: Clay Responds:
Where'd you hear that? The Internet. And you believed it? Yeah, they can't put anything on the Internet that isn't true.
— Clay Matthews III (@ClayMatthews52) March 17, 2013