As far as I can tell, via the powers of deduction, this web site is run by Skynet. Yes, "Super Mario Outlet" is trying to take over the world, but it's starting small: your eyeballs.
It's pulling every article it can, from each wispy tether of cyberspace, about Super Mario. You put Super Mario in the title, and it'll show up in this thing's news feed. Is it smart enough to also pull in Luigi stories? Stories about regular people who happen to be called Mario?
Click on "about:" "All Mario all the time!" Followed by "if you are interested in advertising opportunities..." But why advertise, when they'll publish anything you say...for free? Read on for the deets. (I have to stop using that word; I'm not ten.)
The site seems to have two different posters, "admin" and "editor." Reminds me that dog food companies sometimes break up the fake-junk listing in dog food into two components, so that "meat" can be ingredient #1, followed by filler and slightly renamed filler. Think this is the same thing here, None of the stories have any comments, the headlines and first paragraphs are obviously being cut off by some word limit instead of by a human editor, and it keeps on asking why salt water falls from our meatbag orbs when we witness a human pupae being delivered.
And the best thing is, since this story has Super Mario in the headline, it's heading over tot he Super Mario Outlet. Have a blog yourself? Go ahead, just throw Mario's name up there and Super Mario Outlet will spot something about YOU, too! Man, if it wasn't so late I could really brainstorm something fun to do with the lack of guidance behind the wheel over there...