Thursday, May 28, 2009

Kal's Claims Revisited

Time has come to collect and provide an up-to-date list of Kal's claims.

The majority of these are patently false. Others - greatly exaggerated versions of the truth. Wherever there was a ounce of truth, it has since been made moot by Kal himself.

In red italics, I provide you that truth.

  • Solved John F. Kennedy's assassination (Grossly opininated retelling of others' work)
  • Signed a 500 book deal (Still undisclosed publisher, unknown timeframe -false)
  • Developed A-bomb design at grade school science fair, prompting clandestine govt visit (Grossly exaggerated, no proof of visit)
  • Invented hypertext (a.k.a. clickable Internet links ) while "an engineer at Apple" (No formal schooling in engineering; Kal as temp contractor to Apple was aware of similar project -false)
  • Worked on anti-missile Star Wars project while working for Law. Livermore Nat'l Labs (contractor for LLNL as low-level desktop support - false)
  • Converted to Judiaism (No blood link. By simple declaration. No observation of Torah or principles -false)
  • Recruited to "Special Secret Services," a military like covert organization (self-created 1-man "org")
  • Once a Captain, now promoted to Colonel in above Special Secret Services (It's his imaginative organization, so...)
  • "Official" complaint against Royce Meyers filed (Meyers confirmed no such complaint received -false)
  • $25,000,000 budget ($25 million) funded by Saudi Arabia (other "fund-raising activities" suggests No - false)
  • KPMG audit against Kevin Randle (Randle confirms no audit -false)
  • BBC interview about missile defense (No interview recorded, broadcast or archived -false)
  • Debate on X-Zone against Kevin Randle (called off by KK; still postponed)
  • Numerous lawsuits filed, criminal charges pressed (none with recent exception re: felonious brother)
  • 10,000 English phrases (stopped effort at 15 phrases)
  • TV deal (nope unless you count YouTube -false)
  • Newly syndicated column (a text table column on own website -false)
  • "Body Human Project" (not even started -false)
  • Possesses WMD proof which embarrasses the CIA and inspection chief Scott Ritter (Ask Scott Ritter. Else... - false)
  • OJ Simpson testimony (even Kal has since backpedaled on this one -false)
  • Reality TV show (see above YouTube comment -false)
  • Lectures to Israelis (no - false)
  • Interviews with the media (exaggeration made on countless occasions)
  • Chief Tech Officer position with Agentura Pro Vas (APV confirmed no such position offered -false)
  • Exclusive deal with MacZone (and as a result, Kal wanted for theft)
  • Possesses "nanobots", serially numbered for counter-surveillance use" (come on.... -false)

There you have it - Kal's claims. And a well-established pattern of bullshit tripe.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Google - ranking Kal as an Idiot

When you search Kal Korff on Google, the website of websites "Kal Korff Is An IDIOT" is on page one.
And not just on the 1st page of thousands of hits. But KIAI ranks as hit #2!!

Try It yourself.

Google's exact algorithm for ranking pages is a closely-guarded secret, because there's big money to be made by manipulating it.
Still, a website's popularity is generally understood to be:
  • how many other sites link to it
  • how often the searched words are used in texts and links
  • how true the text is
Okay, I made up the last one, but in this case, I'm given it fair consideration. Kal really is an idiot.

The website "Kal Korff Is An IDIOT," at only 1 year old, has become the definitive source, the go-to place for news and commentary about Kal Korff.

Want to know what Kal's up to (or what he thinks he's up to)? - KIAI is your source.

Want to know what others have dug up about Kal? KIAI is your source.

There are many people in the world lucky enough to not know about Kal already. But if someone becomes curious, they will likely use Google. If they do, here's what they'll get:

Google Tells You Kal Korff is an Idiot
Ever use iGoogle? With iGoogle, when searching, Google will guess (based on popularity of searches) what you might be searching for. In Kal's case, Google will tell you Kal's an idiot just when you type in his name (in iGoogle).

See, when you search, words are automatically filled in for you:

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