Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Being a glutton for punishment, I occasionally like to peruse the always-terrible reviews at First Foot. All reviews are anonymous by default so people can happily write what they like with impunity.
If you revel in the ignorance of bloggers who can barely string two words together this is your man. Read it and understand why his girlfriend left him (see posts 15-35, 44, 56, 77-205, 808-1000, ctd Volumes 2-15 incl). Yawn.

I imagine that the gentleman above isn't too keen on The Kitchen. Never mind, eh?

After all, I'm number 11 in the rankings, so somebody has to be reading my dribblings...

8 comments:

doctorvee said...

I know the feeling.

Yours,
No. 5.

Devil's Kitchen said...

*shakes fist in mock frustration*

Damn your eyes, V!

DK

Bob Piper said...

Yes, the Spice Girls were No.1... and they were shite too.

Longrider said...

I tend to agree with the one about the adverts...

They make the page slow to load.

Do you get much revenue from them? I have adsense on my consumer site, but don't particularly want them on my blog.

Devil's Kitchen said...

LR,

No, not really. BlogAds, yes, cause it's a fixed fee. Adsense, no. Chiquita, haven't checked recently.

I tend to find that it's things like the Ecosystem and Blogroll that are slow to load, which is why they are on the right bar...

DK

MatGB said...

Agree with that one; on dial up, the ads aren't a problem really, they sometimes time out, it's the blogroll and other java scripts that slow things down.

Oh yeah; V cheats, he gets all the students to read.

Longrider said...

Ah, right - yes, I noticed that the Blogroll thingy sometimes bombed out the Blog-City page, That's why I've ditched it. The Eco one, I noticed slowed down another site I visit.

Okay. My revenue from Adsense this month is six cents...

MatGB said...

Ouch. Mine is better. We made $4 last month. Only $42 to go before we've earnt enough to make them pay us something.

We need to promote blogs generally in the UK so people read them more, then we might make enough money to pay the hosting bills and have change for a pint every year...

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