Something’s not right.

Okay, this blog is currently receiving too many hits. Over 60 in one day? That’s preposterous. There’s no reason for anyone outside of my harmonious little bubble to be hitting this site. As such, I would as that it cease immediately. All this extra traffic may lead me to believe that my posts are actually interesting, and consequently begin posting more frequently, and more freely, on topics even more vague, esoteric, and specific than ever before.

Yes, I did just use both the adjectives vague and specific to describe the same thing. And believe you me, it’s entirely accurate.

Moving along, for the sake of objectivity, this renewed interest appears to be largely based around any comments, no matter how small and insignificant, I have made regarding Star Trek, or the late, great William Shatner. That’s right, in case you hadn’t heard, William Shatner died on May 19th, 2008. He choked to death on the number of hits I received for my post displaying a picture of him laughing (obviously either drunk, or having just made out with a chick entirely covered in body paint) in his captain’s chair.



  1. May 21, 2008 at 7:21 pm

    But you rejected the “Rejected” video comment. You MONSTER!

    Seriously, how does one go about getting spam comments of that caliber?

  2. Wes said,

    May 21, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    Indeed. Although it was obviously spam, at the same time I was tempted to keep it, or perhaps just send off an e-mail thanking the little bot for its link love.

  3. Amanda said,

    June 13, 2008 at 2:11 pm

    wow, I can’t believe I didn’t know Shatner died…Odd

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