I have just finished converting the last of my old webpages to WordPress. The total page count was 441, which I thought was a little bit low for every page I have posted since January 2004, but it must be right. Hell, I haven’t been posting much of anything lately, in fact I have only about 10 posts since January of 2008!
While trudging through the content of all those old pages, I did happen across a few things that I had completely forgotten about. The first is Pandora. This is basically a radio station with a 30 second commercial every 15 minutes or so. You tell it a song or band that you really like and it will start picking out songs and artists similar to that. If you like what it is playing give it a thumbs up, if not give it a thumbs down. It will then find more songs and artists like that one, and on and on. I remember liking this a lot when I first started using it years ago, but giving up on it because I was crippled with a 56k modem connection that made the songs break up pretty bad. Now I am getting back into it. Even though my mp3 library has some 82hours of music on it, I find that I am getting pretty tired of hearing the same stuff all the time, and Pandora likes to throw in something I have never heard of from time to time. It’s a bit refreshing to hear something new now and then.
Cartoons I’d Like to Fuck (C.I.L.F):
This is a pretty damn funny song. I remember laughing out loud, alone, in real life the first time I heard it. I posted it previously, but it is worth putting up again.
The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny:
This is another amusing song/video that I posted about some time ago. It is also elol-able enough to warrant a second posting.
This last one is a group called “Tripod” that has a wonderful love song. They do love their video games:
I strongly recommend that no one else click anything prior to mid 2005 in my archives. I did take a few things away from going back through them though, the videos above, for instance. I also realized that the old posts weren’t nearly as bad as I remembered them, at least once they were set into the new format. Amazing how the visual presentation can make them seem less like they were written by a retarded three-year-old who was very sleepy while writing.