Still Not An Official (or Un-Official) Affiliate
To be completely honest, I have no idea at all what to write here. I'm not even sure why I'm doing this. Something about just leaving this page the way it was - and inactive for almost five years on top of that - was bothering me. I don't even touch this page anymore. I don't have any space left, and I have nothing to contribute. I actually have another page I made and have been using on and off for at least four years now, if anyone cares. I'm not actually going to expose that URL, mind you, because I like keeping it a secret. No one would ever see it anyway. I mean, does anyone I used to know even visit this page anymore? Devin? Ward? Anyone? That's what I thought. Actually, Ryan probably still checks it once every few years or something. In fact that's part of the reason I'm bothering to update and write this to begin with: Because I know Ryan still has this page linked to his blog-like imitation of a website (because in the years of my absence geocities has collapsed and his site with it), and something about having people potentially look at the last update on this page (which was out of date, half-assed, not even a real contribution to the site) just bothered me, so now you know why I'm writing this.
I don't want you to worry though: The Mountain Dew Fiasco may be gone, but I'm sure I have the images saved somewhere. If anyone I used to know is reading this, why not send me an e-mail sometime (that e-mail address down there still works). I honestly wonder if anyone even remembers me at this point. I suppose if not, then my greatest goal has been achieved. But that's a personal tidbit I don't think I ever shared with any of you.
It's been so long since I've seen any of you.
I almost think I prefer living in the past.
Updates = Never
Fuck you Ward = FUCK YOU!
Fuck off 4203 = We Fly The Flag of White Nationalists Around These Parts
Mountain Dew = Fiasco
Bachelor Profiles = A Time In Life When Years Seemed To Stand Still
I just want to remind you that at one point in life there were little things that made us smile.
*Has anyone ever found it difficult to read the red text color against the bloody background I've been using for years?