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This is why I can’t have nice things…

Broken

Noticed I screwed up the permalinks for my site after updating a few things on the back end. I fixed it, then realized I that I actually broke them a while ago, and Google indexed all the incorrect links. This means if you came here from a Google search, or a link someone else posted in the last month or so, you probably didn’t find what you wanted. I’m hoping that Google re-indexes the right links in a timely fashion, but in the mean time, I’ll link a few of the more popular pages here:

 

If you’re looking for something not on that list, feel free to use the search box, it’s quite good at finding things for you.

Dianne Feinstein hates freedom

first amendment

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Pretty simple, right? Most of us see the First Amendment as a wonderful thing. Dianne Feinstein sees it as a challenge.

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Why losing Google Reader and RSS in general, is a bad thing

reader-mastheadI’m starting to think I’m cursed. First Microsoft kills Sync, then Cubby kills their sync, now Google is killing Reader. Google Reader is the one page that I visit the most. It’s always open, showing me the latest updates from a couple hundred website that I’ve subscribed to.

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Go Ahead, Click The Update Button

There’s no need to back anything up first, it’ll all be good. Sure, the last update was broken, but they won’t have that problem again…

So, theme is broken, switched it to a default until I can get it fixed…

Meanwhile, here’s a picture of a cyborg shark bounty hunter

Cyborg Shark Bounty Hunter

The Furry Problem

Furrys suckI used to use a different username. I originally started using it somewhere around 1993 or so.

One day, on my guestbook (remember those things), a guy left a comment asking why I was a werewolf. I did not know it at the time, but this was the first indication of the furry problem.

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Advertising doesn’t really suck all that much.

Currently, advertising is part of our everyday lives. We have commercials on TV, billboards along our roads, and ads in our websites and games. They can be a pain in the ass, but they can also help out by introducing us to new products or keeping services that would otherwise be costly either inexpensive or free. I even run ads on my site here, I don’t make much off them at the moment, pretty much just pays for some of the hosting costs, but it allows me to keep the site up.

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