Brad Fallon Drops Acid – Believes He is God

Let me begin by saying that I don’t really know who Brad Fallon is. I know he is some guru and that’s about the extent of my knowledge. I believe he had something to do with Stompernet, which was some SEO course that many people enjoyed back in the day, but eventually ended in a disarray of lawsuits and slap-fighting. Supposedly it was a good newbie course to getting backlinks and stuff, but who knows with that SEO nonsense.

Anyway, I came across this landing page the other day. I think it was someone who had a question in the PPVPlaybook forums about the legitimacy of some product launch or tricks being used on the landing page.

So I clicked the link and found this: Welcome to the 8th Day

What. The. Fuck. Where to even begin?

Let’s start with the page title: “Welcome to the 8th Day” For those unfamiliar with the creation stories in the Bible, God basically created the earth, sun, stars, man and animal, and other shit in 6 days. On the 7th day he rested, most likely to watch football and drink beer. So what did God do on the 8th day after all of this hard work? He created fucking uQast motherfucker!

That’s right. Brad Fallon has gone off the deep end so bad he thinks God has created his new product launch. Look gurus, I know you’re all over-confident, over-selling, under-delivering, snake oil salesmen, and that’s OK, but let’s cut the shit. If a god did exist, he would certainly not be doing this kind of shit. I mean, if I were God, I’d be busy spending my time torturing all the pedder-asses that run the Catholic Church who like to molest boys. Isn’t vengeance and wrath much more worthwhile than a guru product launch?

Delusions of Grandeur

Now let’s get into the real bullshit.

The first thing you’ll notice is the video since it autoplays. “You are one of the chosen ones!” Like God handing picking the chosen people during the impending apocalypse, Brad Fallon has chosen you to embark on this journey of the future. The future that will “change internet marketing forever.

Yes, it must be big and exclusive since you can only get in with a randomly generated invite code that is in infinite supply. Let me just take a wild guess and say that uCast or youQast or whatever won’t change shit. No one will give a fuck. Absolutely no one.

What’s even more ridiculous is the fake cheering and applause in this video. Like a bad sitcom filled with laugh-track, this crock of shit video has an entire fake audience cheering on this clown. Look gurus, I’ve seen some really shitty videos in your marketing efforts, but this one takes the fucking cake. How much of an ego do you have to have to put fake cheering, fake applause, and even a fake stage & curtain into a product launch video? Someone who thinks they are God, that’s fucking who.

Could you imagine if Steve Wagenheim put this kind of frivolous bullshit into one of his videos? (Now you don’t have to)

Really, if you were God, you’d have the omniscience to base a business around a domain name that made sense. You’d secure uCast.com (parked) youCast.com (registered) and others, or not fuck around spelling words incorrectly in the first place. Actually God would just be like “fuck this, I’m taking over u.com and that’s that.”

Dinosaurs and Abe Lincoln Go to Space – Can You Solve the Mystery?

Up until this point, everything is forgivable (now I’m just being nice.) The thing that inspired me to write this post is the background. What the fuck is going on here?

I believe Brad Fallon is secretly trying to tell us something through clues, like The DaDouchbag Code. I’m going to analyze some of this of this puzzle to see if I can put the pieces together.

  • The Setting My research has shown that this is not earth. It appears to be some galaxy far, far away where people live in harmony and where people actually like gurus. So much in fact that they are crowned as kings.
  • 1. A Brontosaurus Our first clue is a dinosaur. What does a dinosaur have to do with affiliate marketing, you ask? Nothing. But it’s there so fuck you.
  • 2. Stonehenge This was actually built on earth so I don’t know how it’s sitting on a giant cloud of gas. This is factually incorrect since structures can only be placed on solid ground. Maybe the gas represents the hot-air that gurus blow out their ass?
  • 3. The Great Pyramids Built many, many centuries ago by slaves. Trust me, I’m just as lost as you here.
  • 4. The Parthenon Built during Greek antiquity, this building represents the amazing architecture displayed by an ancient people. Contrary to popular belief, Brontosauruses did not eat ancient Greek buildings.
  • 5. Abe Motherfuckin’ Lincoln He went to war for equality amongst all men. Also seen on the $5 dollar bill, which represents the last bit of money people have before falling into a pit of desperation deep enough to warrant buying into a guru sales pitch.
  • 6. A Stage coach I guess this represents progress during the American frontier era, when people headed West into the unknown to discover new territory while fighting off Native Americans, bears, and dysentery. But maybe it represents the Oregon Trail game most of us played in grade school?
  • 7. Some Old Computer Ok yeah, definitely Oregon Trail because I remember playing it on that very computer.
  • 8. Airplane We needed airplanes in the first place because it developed the technology to go into space.
  • 9. Man on the Moon Just some dude on the moon.
  • 10. Space Shuttle It appears this space shuttle has left the man on the moon by himself. In reality, the Space Shuttles never went to the moon since they are designed to orbit the earth only. I reject your reality, Brad Fallon, and substitute my own (actual reality)

So what does it all mean? I have laid out the clues for you. I would come up with my own hypothesis but I cannot find a dealer who has acid. There’s no way I could even begin here without being heavily ripped out of my mind.

Let’s get Glenn Beck on his ass and connect the dots in meaningless and arbitrary ways. Greece has experienced rioting recently and now Egypt is on the verge of collapse. Do they have anything to do with each other (besides corporate America’s influence on their currencies and governments?) or are we just being led down a path to nowhere? What do dinosaurs have to do with Apple II computers? What about Stonehenge’s connection to Abe Lincoln? I can feel the insanity kicking in already.

Most important of all – What the fuck does any of this have to do with anything?!

  • Ethan

    Epic post!

    What ever Fallon is smoking I want some of that shit too!

  • Hahahahaha I lol’d

  • Mattias

    Baaaaaaahahahahahaha! You just made my day!

  • The background is confusing to the point of being hypnotizing. Maybe if you spend too much time trying to figure out what it all means, you won’t notice that you took out your credit card and bought this bullshit until it’s too late.

    These gurus are getting tricky.

  • And I thought my videos were bad.

    • Lol Jeremy

    • Not stoned

      That’s funny since you are a friend of the creep

  • Roger

    Poor Brad keeps getting sadder and sadder.

    It’s like he’s shouting out, “Hey! Look at me! I’m still relevant! I’ve got dinosaurs and shit!”

  • Tracy

    so awesome. almost fell out of my chair.

  • Whatever happened to people’s sense of humor? Do you really think he meant it the way you interpreted it? Come on give me a break.

  • the carlton draught ad song would have gone well with this (bs) product

  • The best part of your analysis is “My research has shown that this is not earth.”

    I think that’s the clue to this whole misunderstanding. Every intergalactic affiliate knows that adding spaceships and pyramids increases conversions by sometimes as much as 8,000%. My take on this whole thing is that he meant to target only aliens and microbes living on Uranus and Pluto, but forgot to de-select Earth in the Adwords interface planet targeting. That or Trafficvance’s textlinks now serve the entire Milky Way but their IP filters suck.

  • mario

    dont friken say u dont know who he is.
    u love to lick gurus balls all the way

    truth be told

    ps: but its ok, u have to do it in order to report the findings so no hard feelings.

  • gulp86

    helloeees, this doesnt look like an advertorial, whats going on

  • gulp86

    im so sorry.
    i had to come back to show the world this masterpiece.

    Maybe Rob Hustle can cover it

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugVhQGIYCUk

  • lol… i didn’t understand shit from this article, but i like the pictures :))

  • Shane Melaugh

    This is brilliant! Should be required reading for anyone actually considering buying into this latest non-product.

    I do see a pattern of sorts in the clues in the background:
    – Dinosaurs are extinct
    – Egypt and Greece are both in turmoil
    – Abe Lincoln was assassinated
    – Nobody uses old computers anymore
    – Airplanes are completely useless in space

    While I can’t extract the exact meaning, I think it’s pretty clear that the message has something to do with how completely futile it is to use uQast and how it will kill your business like a bullet (or meteorite) to the head.

  • Parthenon

    OMG I’m famoose!

  • Loren

    fuckin hilarious post…..

  • kers

    More thorough analyze:

    http://i.imgur.com/AOEqn.jpg

  • Muthafuckin’ Brad Fallon stole my KAJABI!

    • Not stoned

      Lol he tried but failed so miserably

  • That is the weirdest video I’ve ever seen. And incidentally, the pyramids weren’t built by slaves.

    • yeah they were, jewish slaves

      • Naw, bro. Obviously you don’t know the truth about the reptiian men that run our planet behind the scenes. They brought the pyramids here from space, millions of years ago (or 5,000 years ago if you’re into the bible.)

        This Mark guy is just more enlightened than you are, Barman. Open your eyes.

        • stupid newb can’t even spam his link correctly

      • No, they weren’t. They were workers, fairly well paid ones at that. They even got to build their own tombs next to the pyramids:

        http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/8451538.stm

    • someone doesn’t read the bible :P

  • it’s funny to see that uqast didn’t take off. I guess he didn’t advertise enough.

  • haha brad fallon. If only he woke up and realized.

  • Patterson

    Hey guys stop busting Fallons balls… I met him here at this convention

    http://www.soga-del-alma.org/2012/

  • Vern

    As a general rule. the more heavily a product is promoted, the more worthless the product is; hence the need for the promotion.

    Ole Brad is pulling out all the stops here.

    Uqast first appeared when stompernet was still functioning, pre Brandy divorce. He’s still peddling it 5 years later.

    Maybe it’s time to turn the key on Ugast. Shit, I don’t even know what it does. Isn’t it good marketing to have a benefit in the product name?

  • Adam39

    Brad Fallon is a deceptive con artist. I merged a wedding website company with him back in early 2009 and he ran the business into the ground. Brad Fallon is supposedly suffering from certifiable ADD. Later I found out Brad Fallon stole six figures of investors money to pay off his exiting partner Andy Jenkins leaving the new business to die of neglect. Making matters worse my founding partner Jason Hennessey bought Brad’s lies until he too saw the truth. If I could I would sue Brad Fallon.