Let us take a moment and recognize the greatness of a fellow artist named poopbear. In this image Sesame Street’s The Count plants a good one across Twilight’s Edward.
One! One knuckle-sammich! Ha! Ha! Ha!
Fellow UW – Oshkosh überblogger Jim has successfully filed a complaint with the kenfager.com Public Relations Burrito Einsatzkommando. His observation that content has been lacking more fiber than a bowl of Cheerios as of late is correct. Rather than solve the issue by adding more content, in grand internet tradition, I offer you someone else’s.
Now get off my e-lawn.
If you are reading this you are either:
a: a regular visitor/voyeur, living vicariously through my life
b: on holiday break and bored out of your mind
c: googled “megajerk”
If any of the above is the case its time for Link-o-Rama. Clicky-click and learn something new. Bulleted-List GO!
I stumbled across this trailer for an upcoming Robot Chicken Star Wars special episode. Let the YouTube-ing commence!
Let’s pretend that you pay for internet service just to view this website. Yes, I’m that interesting. You check up on my site daily, so much so that your internet provider (AT&T, Comcast, AOL Time Warner, et al) notice. So they call me up and say, “Hey Ken of kenfager.com. We connect a lot of people to your free website. How about you pay us money. If you don’t we’ll slow your site down so that it takes a long time to load or we may even just block it. We’ll also charge your visitors more for their internet just for the privilege of seeing your content.” Large ISPs and Telcos are lobbying Congress to make this sort of extortion legal. It is happening to personal blogs, major businesses such as Google, small businesses too, and even political movement websites. STOP THEM.
Please take the time to call, email, anything to prevent a serious violation of our most valuable freedom, the Freedom of Speech. Information should remain free. It only takes two minutes of your time. There has been a huge grass roots movement behind this legislation. Please inform yourself by visiting one of the following sites. AskaNinja.com on Network Neutrality, Rocketboom on Network Neutrality, ItsOurNet.com, and even the C.E.O of Google asks for your help.
I called Senator Feingold (D-WI) and Senator Herb Kohl (D-WI) with the help of? SaveTheInternet.com. Even if you do not know what to say, they have a short script to help. Every bit helps.