1. Tuesday, April 30, 2002

    april was historic for this site 

    tonypierce.com surpassed 300,000 hits this month! i think thats a lot.

    the baby on the right has a tshirt from the babyhell section of tshirthell.com. they have some of the most outrageous tshirts ive ever seen. i feel guilty liking some of the shirts, they are so distasteful.

    and yet they are the only ad that i place on this site.

    friends of mine continue to write me, despite the fact that i dont write back. one good friend today said that he had a little extra money and he would help flow the Snoop Fund if i allowed friends to donate, but since i dont, he’ll think of another way to help me get the sweet ride from Cadillac.

    well, heres two ways you can help, friends. any time you want a disgusting tshirt as a gift or for yourself, click the baby. i get $4 a tshirt. pretty nice.

    and, any time you want to buy something at Amazon.com click the book or cd or dvd on the left hand column of this blog first.

    i think they give me 3% or something. if you can remember, fine, if not, thats okay, im doing well.

    my man kurt from hemr.net threw $5 into the Snoop Fund. Thanks, bro.

    did everyone see nay’s new layout?

    what about that thing on metafilter where they showed you what seats to ask for on planes for the most leg room?

    the communication age, friends.

    besides the newspaper, the web site will destroy the LA Times’s one too.

    i forgot to tell you that at the party on friday the dude from eve 6 was there. it was a college kegger party and eve is there all tall and tattooed and his girlfriend is tall too and all i can recall is her hips were perfect for those new jeans and she wore them and they sat on the couch in front of the bigscreen, this was before one of the twins popped “Blondage 3” in the dvd.

    what the LA Times needs to understand is that my kids will never have to deal with videocassettes. of all technology in my lifetime, i think that videotapes were the most loved. no one really talked about them, but for the most part, videos are reliable, reasonably priced, easy to use, easy to stack and store, and innocent of all sin.

    and yet, the video tape will be replaced by a hard drive and the compact disc and/or dvd.

    just like the Times will be replaced.

    and if they survive, they will appear antiquated and lo-fi, charming and nostalgic.

    old school and dignified.

    but not good.

    kitchy.