Monday, January 02, 2006

Finally, everything is up and is looking orderly. January 2006 features the release of two new videos, and four Family Guy episodes! Plus this great new blog!

I will try and use this blog for anything that's possible, like game reviews, movie reviews, you get the picture...also I will post news updates from time to time, and you can simply leave a comment stating your opinions on the matter, that doesn't seem too difficult. I would also like for you not to sware or make any insults of any kind while making comments.

I would also like to ask that you spread the word of this website if you like it, put links up if you have your own site, that would help a lot. If you have any questions too ask me please leave a comment under this post stating your question and leaving your email, and I will get back to you.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

family guy kicks ass put more episodes on next month

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh, pimp new site and blog man!

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