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then again...

Of course, referer logs aren't all bad news. For example, today I found a familiar name in the fraylog: Project Cool Sightings. Thanks, Erin Gannon!


About last night, don't worry about me. I'm fine. I just had to blow off some steam.

My only point, if I had one, was that I just don't understand people who go out of their way to piss themselves off, especially when the object they're using to accomplish this ill-advised task is little old me. Why come to my site, get yourself all worked up, and then post to your site about how worked up you are? Why not just save everyone the trouble and cut out the first step?

There's plenty to be pissed off about in this world without going out of your way to find more. Really, it's okay. My site isn't for everyone. I said that in the beginning. If it's not for you, that's cool. It's a beautiful day outside. Go play.

{ 9:42pm }


{ 1 comment }

» Some folks really enjoy being pissed off. It's part of their nature. Feh... life's too short for that.
~Saint Peter at the Pearly Gates~


– Kevin-John  { 6.20.01 @ 12:42am }


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