At Gawker, we do our best to contribute to the moral degeneracy of the internet each day. So we were unsurprised to learn a group of ultra-Orthodox Jews have planned a massive rally at Queens' Citi Field to raise awareness of the dangers of the internet next Sunday. (Men only!)

More surprising is that they sold out the entire 42,000-seat stadium, where famous rabbis will "discuss the dangers of the Internet and formulate a communitywide response," according to the Wall Street Journal. Even more surprising is this auction for two tickets to the sold-out "internet asifa" on, which is a website on the internet. Originally sold for $10, they're currently going for $51 with more than six days to go. Talk about a danger of the internet: What a rip-off. [via]