Tuesday marked a milestone is Stupidopolis history, when a web surfer from Kathmandu, Nepal, visited, and viewed 2 different pages, making Stupidopolis the single most popular website in Nepal.
Nepal, known throughout the western world as the home of Mt Everest and the Yeti, and by activists as the back door to Tibet, has received very little attention from internet statistical analysts. “We frankly haven’t been seeing any traffic from Kathmandu, or any of Nepal for that matter,” said web analyst Frank Mulvenky, “and I find these data highly suspicious.” Some analysts suspect that the data are erroneous, or that at best, an American may have made the web hits while visiting Nepal. Whatever the case, we are not ignoring the possibility that we may have a burgeoning Nepalese market to serve.
We welcome our Nepalese web surfer and urge you to help spread the word to your neighboring People’s Republic of China, and India.
Please excuse our horrible American accents, and the fact that our stupid webmaster can’t figure out how to get the following printed in the Devanāgarī alphabet:
Namaste. Tapain-lai kasto chha? Tapai bistarai bolnuhos, disha lagyo.