Monday, May 28, 2007

How I Got To Be a Guest Creepy Dude

enter: young female haxxor covertly keying at a black laptop in the dead of night while NeilV sleeps only a few feet away. Her typing is narrated below and may or may not be sensical.


It all began when creepy neilv unsuspectingly moved his computer to my lap leaving his msn signed in. My first encounter as Fake NeilV was with a Mr. Tmac (whatever the hell that means, because thats the dumbest thing ever), a lonely internet blogger soul begging us creepy dudes to check his work.
The title of the blog was uninspiring (thxinfo.blogspot.com), but however proved to be an appropriate title for the blog itself. I have to admit that he provoked a thought or two, but it was from the stolen metaphor used and not the random narcissistic ranting of someone procrastinating while trying to finish a school report on the anatomy of frogs. Even I have to admit that my heartless criticism is somewhat unfounded, the writing was pretty good, it just needed something to fulfill my consumerist tendencies at the same time.


sound of keyboard crashing on
female haxxor's head, body falls unconscious


Although she said it herself, the previous content of this post was illegitimate and stolen, and may or may not properly reflect the views of Creepy Dudes from the basement. She is now unconscious in my room, solidifying that Creepy Dudes has real-world value in addition to supplementing your moral fiber.

I am strong in the belief that victims of blog identity theft need to unite and make our voices heard. I propose that we unite under my power, my first invitation goes out to "TMAC" (
whatever the hell that means, dumbest name ever) to be my second in command. What do you say?

Now, while it would make sense for me to delete the offending material in this post, that would ruin the narrative that she began, aaand if you're still reading, you're probably anxious to see how I'm going to narrate my first meeting of Blog Identity Theft Cooperative Order X (BitCox). And by not deleting her message, you see the kind of difficulties that come with BIT, and also serves to warn my buddy TMAC (worst name) who will likely soon get haxxed too.

I assure you that this identity theft wasn't staged. However, the haxx have a silver lining: I get the chance to honestly comment on thxinfo.blogspot.com.

IMHO, the idea of the moment can never be hammered hard enough into the dense shell of fear and complacency, and anybody who dedicates their time to kickin' more people into living for what they want is an honorary Creepy Dude to me.

READ IT!

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tmac said...

Ok, I'd like to nominate myself to be the head of the BitCox (committee)...... we need to stomp these haxx0rs out. I heard some flamboyant male persona potentially masquerading as a female under the universal name Rikki may be our first lead......

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Stefan said...

Good Job! :)