Alright. I have an idea.
You set up a company. Call it 'Men in Hats Forum Fanclub'. Then you take out a banner ad at the top of some webcomic advertising 'The latest and greatest in webcomic hilarity' with a money back guarantee - all that bollocks. Now this webcomic costs $25, which is a snip compared to the amount of laughs it gives to the recipient. They send the cheque to some other company. Nothing offensive, I don't know, Bobby's Bits or something.
Now this is the smart bit.
You send them back the cheque for $25 from the other company name: Men in Hats Forum Fanclub saying 'We're sorry' and 'we couldn't get the servers in America'. Now see how many people cash that cheque.
Not a single soul.
Now who wants their bank manager to know that they read webcomics when they're not cashing cheques?
I know the other Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels quotes were in the other thread, but screw it. Also, I haven't seen the movie in a long time, so I probably stuffed this up.