The Hate attempts one of its occasional efforts to pretend to give a shit about human beings today, but only because it meets a Daily Mail agenda: the internet is an evil, bad thing (unless you're talking about any of the dozens of websites owned by Daily Mail General Trust, obviously).
With a story headlined 'Menace of the internet sites urging teenagers to starve', it lays into the evil tentacles of the interweb that lure women into being unhealthily thin.
Children surfing the internet are being targeted by thousands of websites encouraging them to develop potentially fatal eating disorders.
They display pictures of ultra-slim women along with tips on how to starve for days while convincing your parents that you are still eating.
Imagine that, an internet site that encourages women to be concerned about their weight. That would be terrible, wouldn't it?
But hang on a minute, what's this on the Mail's own site, discussing the size 16 woman who's entered the Miss England contest?
A role model for ordinary women? No, Miss England finalist is fat, lazy and a poster girl for ill health
Oh right. I see. But this isn't a website 'encouraging girls to develop potentially fatal eating disorders' obviously. It's just a website slagging off fatties. Which is entirely different, I'll have you know.
Well, you live and learn. Surely, though, there wouldn't be a single website in the world - not a single one! - that would dare to accuse twig-like actress Mischa Barton of being a little bit unsylphlike.
Oh, hang on a minute. There appears to be this on the website of, let me see, the Daily Mail:
But despite her sporty attire, the slender 22-year-old's extremely pale thighs already appear to have some issues with cellulite.
Former O.C. star Mischa appears to have gained some weight since leaving the show which made her famous.
If you look at the photos, she looks, well, thin. Not unhealthily thin, not dangerously thin, but thin. So the Mail pounces! "You've put on weight love!" they snarl, and slag off her 'dimpled thighs'.
But of course the Mail doesn't see itself as one of those evil boo-hiss websites that promote eating disorders. Calling size 16 women 'fat and lazy' isn't doing that; nor is sniping at a thin woman's 'wait gain', according to them.
What a shabby bunch of bastards.