Tyler Knaw doesn't get along with many people to begin with, and it's no surprise that his sergeant in the Army Reserves makes him feel a little uncomfortable. After all, SGT Scrapper makes Tyler do pushups every time he screws up, and Tyler screws up a lot. You'd think he'd have bigger arms by now.
I don't visit this site like the rest of you. I open a hidden page where I can log on to add more jokes and comics. While I'm there, I can look at the stats to see how many people are visiting the site. Lately, there's been an increase in the number of times that this site has been unreachable. There's also been a correlational decrease in the visitor stats.
I can't tell for sure because I'm not testing the site every ten minutes, but I'm starting to suspect server downtime is having a bad influence on my numbers. People can't get through, so they stop coming.
This makes me sad for a couple of reasons. #1) I'm paying out good money to my webhost and getting spotty service. #2) If no one is visiting, then why bother? I could just as easily run a tumblr page.
You know what I'd really like to do? I'd like to go back to running my own webserver right here at the house. The biggest problem with that is the fact that I haven't done it since 2005, and I'm not really sure how to do it anymore. There's also the potential for even more down time since there aren't any highly reliable low cost to free dynamic DNS services.
Anyway, I'll have to get busy and weigh my options. Renewal is coming up right after Christmas, so if I'm going to do this, it has to be before then.
This is another JOTD (Joke of the Day) website. New jokes are published every Monday through Friday (midnight EST). There is also a comic that occasionally gets posted on the weekend.
Most of the jokes are offensive. This site publishes offensive jokes because offensive jokes make the reader feel uncomfortable with the taboo subject and thus enhances the underlying humor that would simply not be as funny without it.
So what makes a joke funny? Well, it boils down to a sudden shift in perception. The story starts you thinking one way, then the punchline turns that thinking on its ear. The art of the joke is to craft a short story that isn't overly contrived, then deliver a punchline that suddenly shifts your perception about the story you were being told.