Rtmark
21st Century Investing Strategies

Rtmark is an internet based market system that supports the informative alteration of corporate products. Since its inception in the early 1990's, rtmark has been responsible for funding many high-profile anti-corporate hijinks. For example, in 1994, eighty thousand copies of the computer game Simcopter were shipped to stores around the country before Maxis, Inc realized that one of their programmers had added surprise homoerotic content to the game. The programmer collected a five thousand dollar payment from rtmark for his action. The cash payment proved useful, since Maxis fired the programmer soon after kissing boys in swim trunks and fellating red cows made their appearance in the otherwise uninspired helicopter simulation game. For more information on the rtmark system, please visit the website at www.rtmark.com.
 

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