If you're looking for examples of Contrived Ridiculous Acronym Phenomenon, how about Tidewater Area Rational Thinkers' Society?
I'm not sure if you're being silly or an asshat. Regardless, I like your suggestion and will add it to the list of candidates. And in case you were just being a jerk, I'll elaborate that I wasn't necessarily looking for it to spell a real word, hence the SEVASS idea. I just wanted something that would be easier to say (like The NESS for example, in case you want to accuse Dr. Novella and the other New England Skeptics of giving in to C.R.A.P.) instead of having to say every letter (like HRSS or SGU, etc.).
Well I thought I was making a sort of joke, but if you want to regard it as silly or asshat that's up to you. I'm glad you're putting it in the list of candidates anyway.
As for Contrived Ridiculous Acronym Phenomenon, the idea came from a letter in New Scientist which seems to have vanished from Google in the last few weeks, otherwise I'd post a link to credit the inventor of the phrase.
I don't think NECSS is an example of C.R.A.P., as I suspect the initials existed already and the way to pronounce them was fortuitous. For real examples of C.R.A.P. just look at acronyms made up for government programs, NASA schemes, particle accelerator experiments, etc., where clearly the idea was to think up a catchy name and shoe-horn in a description of what it refers to by any means possible.