The Exposing of the Kade (as a marketing ploy?)
I know I vowed not to grant any more exposure to a scrotesque human being who has brought shame to the Delaware Valley over and over and over again. But, I think I'm in the right by doing so here today.
At the end of a post in which he maintains that Philadelphia is chock full of ugly women (but, in my eyes, nobody can be nearly as ugly as his moral code), comments bring to light the fact that Arthurkadyshes.com (and, by default, arthurkade.com) was registered on Jan. 7 by a Perkasie Pa. based marketing company, WOT Marketing. If true, they got it up and running within the month and five days prior to Arthur's arrival online.
But I'm no master of all things computer. So, you decide for yourself whether it's true.
Here's a link to Kade's post.
Here's a link to the godaddy.com registration of arthurkadyshes.com.
And here's the "administrative" and "technical" contact's website.
So, here's my question: Was Kade just blown away by WOT's pitch of ...
You wouldn't use an all season tire on the racetrack so why settle for an all in-house marketing solution. Let us show you how an independent consulting firm can provide unheard of results for you.
... or was Kade the vehicle through which someone at WOT thought, "Hey, I know this insanely egotistical financial planner who will quit his job and go along with our idea to make him an actor as long as everybody involved is able to keep it secret. It'll be like our Bruno and Borat, but with an wannabe actor with deep-seated psychological needs"?
I mean, there are bios of WOT's people on their website, but just about everything else (except photos of pretty race cars) seems to be "coming soon." Maybe, like one commenter posited, he was just so computer illiterate that he had a friend click on godaddy for him. Who knows.
Peculiar. But interesting.
UPDATE: Seems that they were at the same event in early February, and mentioned in yet another in late January, after the site was purchased, yet right before he started his Journey.