So, there I am today, looking at some of these nifty new blog options and whatnot while waiting for the tech guys to come to my office to give me a spiffy new work computer (flat screen monitor, bitch!) and upgraded software.
And I notice on the "Top 8" blogs, one of them is from an unnamed "user" with a date of 1969 as their most recent blog entry.
Now, let's get something straight here. My ego is both extremely vast and extremely unstable. Personally I find it an insult that the morons constituting the general public apparently favor at least seven blogs over mine just because of piddly reasons like how other people review newer games or how other people update their blog far more regularly.
But to have a fake placeholding image up there taking away what could and should be MY EXPLODING HITLER image....well, that's just too much for me to stomach.
I DEMAND SATISFACTION!!!
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|Felix_Arabia - December 03, 2007 (11:01 PM)
Well, I demand 15% more satisfaction. Give it to me, Rob.
|Genj - December 03, 2007 (11:12 PM)
Are you satisfied?
|joseph_valencia - December 03, 2007 (11:14 PM)
I didn't know HG has been around for nearly 40 years.
|honestgamer - December 03, 2007 (11:47 PM)
It's a glitch, and I'm not sure what's causing it. Once I figure it out, that guy will be off the list.
As I've explained before, the 1969 date happens when there's a '0' in the database. The site is trying to pull a timestamp that doesn't exist, which thus displays as a 0 and is converted into the 1969 default date that appears on web sites throughout the world when a timestamp query goes awry.
|MartinG - December 06, 2007 (01:09 PM)
Oh, 1969, great year for videogames >_>
|shotgunnova - December 12, 2007 (11:54 PM)
Biggest human ego alive
Wants to be / on a list
But he's not / so he's pissed
|Blood_Lion1986 - December 14, 2007 (03:44 PM)
What did they even make games in 1969?