The revolutionary success of Suck inspires high rollers. Early in 1996, Wired Ventures acquires the site for $24, and removes the Sucksters to palatial new digs below a bowling alley. Cries of "sellout" greet the deal, but the Suck founders lose no time in "staffing up" and expanding the site with new sections like Suck Weekend, Your Money, Polly Esther's "On My Mind," Kid's Korner and Suck Life and Home. The Sucksters are dreaming big"

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