In all seriousness, whether you like dumbflotrack or not there is significant value in having an independent but popular voice that is satirical/critical of whatever passes for "journalism" in our sport.
Flotrack is a perfect example of the kind of media you get when there's no competition to force you to produce quality content. And much in the same way that LRC openly questioning behavior of organizations like USATF/Nike/the NCAA, even if you don't always agree with the positions that are taken, having some measure of accountability is always a good thing.
And yeah, the account is mostly just silly comedy, but 9k followers is nothing to sneeze at in the running world and it's better than Flotrack spewing out poorly researched, typo-filled clickbait for $20/month without anyone calling them on their sh*t.
As someone who loves the sport, I want to support and love anyone who dedicates resources to covering and popularizing the sport, whether it's LRC, Flotrack, or whoever. And I do believe Flotrack plays an important role, particularly for NCAA-level coverage that gets little to no love anywhere else. But it's also because of that appreciation that I want to hold the media I consume to higher standards, rather than just visiting the only game in town by default.
Keep it up, dumbflo. We need more like you.