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was one of the Internet’s earliest ad-supported content sites. It featured daily editorial takes on a wide variety of topics, including politics and pop culture.

Suck.com was founded in 1995 by writer and editor . The site’s name was purposely irreverent; its tagline was “A fish, a barrel, and a smoking gun.” Among its contributors were (who wrote as “Ann O’Tate”), (“James Bong”), and , who served as a copy editor.

In 1997, Suck.com published a compilation of its most popular essays in .

In July 2000, as the Internet bubble burst, Suck.com merged with in an attempt to streamline the outlets’ operations. But despite a faithful following — the outlets had a combined reader base of over 1 million — the resulting company, , folded in June of 2001. On June 8, 2001, Suck.com published informing readers the site and its staff would be going on vacation. Though the post signed off with “see you soon,” it would be the site’s last.

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