Kickstopper Campaign Aims to Stop the Plague that is Kickstarter

Published:9:46 am EDT, June 20, 2013| Updated:10:10 am EDT, June 20, 2013|

Kickstarter wants your money for its crappy projects and in return will offer you "exclusives" basically worth zero dollars. In fact, last year over 18,000 projects were funded with Kickstarter, and out of that number only about a dozen should have ever been produced. The rest belonged in the internet dumpster along with the new Myspace redesign.

Kickstopper aims to stop Kickstarter projects before they can ever reach their full pathetic potential. Some dreams deserve to be crushed and Kickstopper does exactly that.

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