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Here's a website that sucks. Too bad. It's an educational website for kids that helps teach math.

"I’m not given to hyperbole but even so, this is unquestionably the worst website in the entire solar system."

Bolen Report - Just how many featured articles can a home page have before none are featured? This one “features” a length of over 100 (!) pages/screens of articles going back to at least 2005. As with many really Over-the-top Websites (OTT), they love to pile it on.

Sewing and Embroidery Warehouse - What’s most impressive is that somebody spent their valuable time trying to figure out what was wrong with the page. Seriously, this is one of the more screwed-up text pages I’ve seen, but it looks “fine” in Internet Explorer. If you’re using Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Safari, then the text keeps getting bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger.

Amex Sync on Twitter - I hate it a lot, but not as much as I hate typing on an iPhone. This video glosses over how much trouble it is to type these hashtags. Take a look at the screenshot above. This screenshot makes three hashtags look easy to type. They’re not.

School children all over America get sent to this terrible, terrible website. Just wait for the awful cursor tracker…

Natural Grocers sucks. I spent 10 minutes looking for something organic. No luck. Finally, I found a link called “Online Store.” Online Store my fat, white ass. Access Denied? What?

KeelyNet is another in a long line of Over the top Websites (OTT). Over the Top sites generally deal with philosophy, religion, politics, end times, etc., but they’re generally not mainstream. Most often, they’re the creations of liberal loons or raving right-wingers.

The site seems like it’s just gathering pieces of content and then sending you to other sites. That’s not helpful.