Trust no one.
I’ve been offered as much as $3000 for this url. And I still said no, mostly because I can see too many things going wrong with that kind of transaction. I certainly have no interest in trading for a bunch of random followers. (I may be part Native American, but your beads do not impress me.)
Want to be useful? Give me ideas on awesome things to do with this, aside from selling or “trading” it. I don’t like seeing it go to waste any more than you do, especially because it attracts pesky scavengers. And I feel like just using it for a normal blog would be a waste. It needs some hook, gimmick, concept, something that plays on the url itself.
Prepare for disappointment.
Oh cool, you can report people for spam/harassment now. Take note, you crazy vultures.
for a fun, decent paying job, preferably in New York, and this URL is yours.
I don’t know what this is about, but Meowgic Matt passed away last year, and I think it’s disrespectful to the dead to be making jokes like this.
We have a list fictional TCGS characters who have gone missing since Dougie From Connecticut has made his intentions clear. We believe that The Guy Who Likes Cream (But Not Too Much Cream), The Hintmaster Hologram, Lil’ Woody Allen, Meowgic Matt, and Head Writer/Executive Producer Noah Forman are all presently in his clutches.
We’ll be bringing you more on this story as it develops. Please, if you are a fictional TCGS character, stay inside and lock your doors. We have reason to believe that you are in serious danger.
Keep checking back here for more information and breaking news on this serious hostage situation.
A couple months ago I tried to share this on This Is My Jam, but gave up because I couldn’t find a link that the site would take. I just tried again, and still no luck. So screw it, I’m using Spotify.
This is one of Kristin Hersh’s songs that I wasn’t consciously aware of for a long time, but one day the melody just showed up in my head, I finally traced it to its source, and I fell passionately in love. Yes, this has happened multiple times.
This may be the saddest bunch of Facebook ads I’ve ever seen. I feel like this is some algorithm’s attempt at an intervention.