Favourite genre of music: Euro/Brit Techno Stuff
Favourite cartoon character: Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable
Personal Quote: Cycling is life, all the rest, just details.
Devious Journal EntryI suppose it was inevitable, considering how big a mess Bush has made over the last couple years, or rather, how ineffective he has been with cleaning up the messes that others have made. Deservedly or not, he made being Republican a bad thing.Devious Journal Entry by CommanderArgus
Now we've got a democrat about to take over the white house. That in itself was a given right from the get-go, considering how the left-leaning media hyped Obama as the second coming and all that. Hopefully, once he gets in office, Obama will realize just how bad radical changes would hurt everyone. Also, hopefully, he'll be more concerned with how to get re-elected in 2012, which means not screwing things worse than they already are.
Worse for me is how my state and local governments have gone to the democrats. People don't realize how lousy our governor has been for the last eight years, or how his female clone who will succeed him will continue the downward spiral of our state.
Just a Random QuestionIs there anyone out there who still wants me to finish my open fanfics?Just a Random Question by CommanderArgus
Just Delete It!About every third time I try to clean out my message box here I get:Just Delete It! by CommanderArgus
I know it's because I don't wait for that stupid little "Saving" box to clear up at the corner, but why should I have to when all I'm doing is deleting messages I've read?
Part of the problem is how they've foisted the "Daily Deviations" on us again by putting them at the bottom of the messages page. Guess what, DA. If I wanted to see those (and the 'artful' crap nakedness that's always picked) I'd go to the main page (I never go there.) Now you just make my messages page take four or five times longer to load.
I want the old version of DA back.
An Open Letter to AdvertisersI can't stand ads. Commercials, ads in magazines, whatever. There, I came out and said it, despite knowing why it's necessary, I still hate 'em.An Open Letter to Advertisers by CommanderArgus
Now, fortunately, I don't see all that many ads on the internet any more because of the settings I use on my browser. I can even block specific annoying pictures (hear that, you annoying prats with your glittering, flashing, slow loading sigs?)
Here's what I have to stay to internet advertisers: If it gets through my spam/ad blockers and I see it, you can be certain you will never get a dime from me if at all possible. Send me SPAM, you've cost yourself a customer. Spend all kinds of money to make your pop-up cut through all the blocking software, you've wasted it on me.
I invite everyone who reads this to boycott anybody who advertises in this way. Make the really intrusive ads so cost ineffective they go away. See, that's why there's so much SPAM, because