Well that image keeps coming to me when I hear about more cynical 'million pixel' webpage authors crawling out from under their stones.
I could be wrong about this, but don't seem to be. As far as I can make out, 21-yr-old Wiltshire student, Alex Tew, came up with the MillionDollarHomepage.com in late August. It first started appearing in local news stories in early Sept, and sales began to viral (sic) out of control from that point.
That also seems to be the moment when dollar (and cent, and penny) signs began to light up in the eyes of scammers all over the world, from the USA to Belarus, who in some cases even design their cynical copycat sites to look exactly identical (no doubt to pass themselves off as the original).
The world is full of creeps.
PS. Why do I mention it? Well, yes Travel Lists does have a single block on the original.
Go Alex! Let's hope the get-rich-quick-on-other-peoples'-talent merchants crash & burn!