This is an amazingly effective parody-article of a current and prudent topic. It is done very well, and is loaded with great humour from one end to the other. In fact, the humour is so good that I, an American, can not find it in my heart to leave that extra "u" out and call it "humor" even though I'm American. It just wouldn't be fair. From the subtle irony of the AMPTP earning a meager living off the street to a realistically humorous commentary on their misunderstanding of the internet, this is class A stuff. Really, I'd leave more comments, but changes aren't really needed. Let's just get this on the front page before the issue gets old!
A very needed and prudent topic. It obviously was a good pick.
Prose and formatting:
Who am I to question Mooses prose? He isn't a master of Uncyclopedia Prose, he is the master. The formatting is, of course, quite good.
The images are all really good. I can't even find a way to remove 1 point here, and I sure tried!
Aha! I can remove a point here because Ggarfield never gives perfect reviews. I'm sure I could find something wrong with this if I looked again. Well, maybe. Oh hell, I'll change it to 9.5.
Nice piece of work. It's time for me to put this on VFH. You don't really need advice, now do ya?