Friday, March 17, 2006

Last night I held Aladdin's lamp

The last couple days have been amazing. 6510 hits Wednesday, 3009 hits yesterday. I think I only had about a thousand hits in the 2 months I had counters. Traffic today, so far, is 163 hits. I’m guessing most of that is residual traffic coming in from the What Really Happened and America Uncensored links. (I’m not going to point you to America Uncensored because they have a really fucking annoying Midi file that you can’t turn off. Today it’s Martika’s ‘Toy Soldiers’. I promise you I will never embed music on this site.) Once I fall off the front pages of those websites we’ll see if I get any repeat traffic or my numbers fall back to an average 27 hits per day.

One thing that really surprised me were the comments that people left. Some of them were just plain rude. Some of them were definitely schizophrenic in nature. I know I’m more in tune to the alternate theories about politics then your average Fox News victim but really guys, it doesn’t help the cause by coming off as paranoid reactionaries. You've got to look and sound just as slick as the competition if you want to be taken seriously. Manic poems don’t impress anyone. They’re kind of a turnoff.

It remains to be seen where I’ll go from here. I think I’m going to take the weekend off. Tune back in Monday. I’ll post a movie about Barney.


Blogger RicketyFunk said...

I surely bet that I could write a manic poem for you that would not only knock your socks off, but also get your rocks off. You would not be able to resist my overly-animated verbal gesticulations to the tune of "I am the King of Siam!!!" erstwhile frolicing across the room checking that everyone has their tea... (all on paper of course)

I read a lot of Bill Burroughs.

Mar 17, 2006, 1:04:00 PM  
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