This may in fact be a marketing ploy by the lawyer in question. If he wants to deliberately seek out technologically illiterate clients for Internet related litigation then he's going about it the right way. He's getting his name associated with all the right keywords.
"they aren't "false facts," just "satire." Where is the dividing line?"
Believability and the "reasonable man" test is a good place to start. No one in their right mind would believe FunnyJunk's mother was trying to seduce a bear. The image is absurd. It's juvenile and cruel, but also absurd. Accusing Rush Limbaugh of being a closeted homosexual on the other hand is more dangerous ground. The Republican issues with homophobes being outed as closeted gays, and Rush's regrettable incident of smuggling black market Viagra on an "All boy's" fishing trip to a tropical region lends a certain believability to accusing Rush Limbaugh of being a homosexual.