Tuesday, October 11, 2005

blogger=gay

but it looks like ill be gaying right along with it for some time to come.

so i looked all over the place for something that didnt suck as bad as blogger. but there were stringent limits as to what amount of effort i was willing to put into de-gaying my online publishing gaiety.

i took a good long look at movable type. long enough to realize i didnt know how to install it. long enough to know i didnt want to learn.

but i did take the time to spiff the place up a bit. cause im going to have a whole lot of time on my hands for the next several months. and im done with looking at various shades of puke green in the background of my page. onward and upward to violently ill, neon green. ch-ch-ch-ch-changes...

also, i havent written anything for awhile because ive been busy getting smited. a lot. so i was thinking that id alternate between stories of the recent past smitings and anything new and exciting, (hopefully not more smitings).

there are going to be good feelings and flowers and prancing and all that gay shit all over this webpage.

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