I've been observing this YouTube (we'll call it) revolution. Heck, despite being bought by Google, it has even infected Yahoo, where now that site's home page (via its annoying "The 9") features videos of regular schmoes from YouTube. Regarding the direction the web has been heading in general, and there's only one conclusion:
The only thing that the internet is good for is sharing video and pictures (including watching repeats of TV shows your Tivo failed to record).
This site, obviously, is largely out of step with this new paradigm, only occasionally posting photos.
Thus, I must offer this advice to those of you stopping by this site: Just look at the pictures. Words should be printed out and read on paper.
Please act appropriately, depending on what kind of post I've put up. Thank you.
This one was probably short enough that you don't need to print it.
(Recycle the paper you use to print out the longer textual pieces. 'kay?)