here there be faeriesSadly, I didn’t take any pictures of hot men in kilts or playing rugby this weekend because it was raining on and off on Saturday during the matches. But it never really downpoured until last night, but I still could not risk getting My Precious camera wet.

Regardless, it was a good day for rugby at just the right temperature, but my back started acting up again. I need to take a break and give it a rest or I won’t make it to the big gay rugby tournament in June. I did get to ravage a giant turkey leg, and chased it down with a bag of cotton candy and a pint of fine Irish stout beer.

So why the animated faerie .gif? Because like I said before, I want to bring back the age of cheesy animated .gif images. I found it while searching the Internets with the search string “How to dress like Stevie Nicks.” Which brings you directly to this brilliant step-by-step site. The Internet is awesome.

Oh look, check out the animated image of Colby Keller (marginally safe for work) on My.Dirty.Lens.

I’m only beginning to discover the wonder that is Tumblr. I post so many pictures that I should consider it. But I’m cross-blogging on Twitter, Facebook, here and there and it would be too much to do. Or maybe I just post woofy pictures on my Tumblr account, but save my rants for jimbo.info? What do you think?

In case you were wondering, here are some hexidecimal color charts to customize your table-based website cell colors: 1, 2, 3 and 4. If you don’t know HTML, then just right-click on the images to “save as background image” and your desktop wallpaper will be pretty this week.

5 Comments

  1. Wrecks says:

    The internet is just a passing fad like CB radio.

  2. Jeffrey says:

    I like the idea of keeping Tumblr for a specific purpose/theme whatever that might be.

  3. Matt says:

    I have been using Tumblr for three years and I think it is great. It was meant to make blogging quick and simple so blog posts no longer had to be long essays published once a day. It was meant to combine all types of media in short bursts of inspiration. Of course, it has since been eclipsed by Twitter.

  4. Neil says:

    Woofy pics balance the rants. Trust me 😉

  5. copperred says:

    Ever since you moved out of the hole/s, you’ve been far less ranty.