Yes, there was in fact once a time when Random Crap thrived. Immediately upon its realization, people from all corners of the interwebs fled to it like a flock of sheep. Page-after-page came flooding in; alas, the future of Random Crap seemed bright and then, as quick as it had begun, it died..."Think of New York City and then imagine a massive tsunami destroying it," Mark Andrew, president and CEO of the RC association, stated last month in a press-interview. "That's what happened to Random Crap (on, of course, a much smaller scale).
The association soon pushed further in a deperate attempt for popularity. Their once thriving community had vanished and now they were left to take drastic measures.
Mark Andrew left the company for a more successful career, stating, "I loved this company whilst it lasted; unfortunately, I have no other choice but to move on." He passed his role onto George Andrew, his younger brother, who underwent a search for more workers.
"I promise to put the 'Random' back in Random Crap," he stated.Unfortunately, his promises were never fulfilled and he, too, left the company in search of a better career. With no other option left, Karlyn Smith, one of the higher-ranking female employees at the business, took over. Her reign added some short-lived popularity, but died down as soon as a week.
She compared it to a mass genocide. Somehow, this website remained empty for the remainder of the time. Karlyn Smith is still trying to work out the issues faced by the company as a whole, and still has yet to announce a departure.
"As of now," she says, "we will have to 'wait out the storm'."