Saturday, February 15, 2020

Under Maintenance

I am currently unable to post images or videos to the blogs normally.  I waited to try any workarounds for several reasons, and it's a good thing I did because I just learned that the host is undergoing some updates.

This means you might not be able to access the site over the next week or so.  This should not be a persistent or long-lasting issue; hopefully, it will be resolved by the end of next week.

The site really was hacked: The IP address was changed to a static IP and my personal IP address was blocked from accessing it.  This is unrelated to the changes being made by the hosting company and (hopefully) the other technical issues I'm working on.  I'll have more information as soon as I can.

I am currently updating the sites and will post an Updates entry once I am done.

© 2020, The Weirding

Friday, April 12, 2019

UPDATES - 2019

I still cannot access the website's c-Panel, thanks to some nifty, ISraeli software which is meant to surveil my every keystroke, and cut-off all earnings due to my anti-ISraeli sentiment, which is exactly the way to prove I was right about them in the first place.

If you have been infected, redirected, or inconvenienced by any of the links or ads on any of the sites, please do not contact law enforcement -- contact a lawyer.  Then have your lawyer contact me, or my lawyer, and I will provide you with a list of names which should help in your attempts to find justice. Also, be sure to follow The Cyberculturalist and The OddBlog for upcoming posts regarding these, and similar, issues.

Odd time for a plug, but... you know, that's what I got.

  • Updated links across the sites (with the exception of the primary domain).
  • Updated RSS feeds.
  • Linked top-level domains where appropriate (,
  • Updated Channel-B.TV
  • Accepted new sponsors.  Still denying all ads and income in any way related to ISrael, ISraeli-based entities, and those supporting ISrael or any and all organizations and entities associated with such.
  • Re-designed and reinforced design across domains I can access.
Again, I am not at all kidding about the lawyer thing; please contact me for more information, especially if you suffered any financial or personal loss, or were the victim of tortious behavior (especially from "sock puppet" accounts).

The only Russians involved were reporters for RT they baited, then murdered.

© 2019, The Weirding

Friday, September 14, 2018


A lot of changes have gone into effect since 2016, when I last updated the site's content.  Most of these have to do with structure and security, such as the "s" at the end of the the "http."  I had no control over that (I could not afford a SSL certificate then, nor can I now); that was done by the host, and we're very grateful for that.

Also, due to losing 14 Windows-based PCs in less than 10 years, I switched to Apple in the Spring of 2017, and the web design program I've used for over 15 years now does not work on Mac.  So, it's less a matter of finding a web design program for Apple than it is the fact that the webpages up now are not going to be compatible, either.

Due to other demands on my time and resources, I simply cannot dedicate myself to re-designing the entire site from scratch at the moment.  While it is financially impossible right now, I plan on having one or two of these Windows machines repaired at some point in the future, and I will try to make small changes through the online website manager in the interim.

Project Wonderful closed, and the banner ads need to be replaced.

I'm also considering a News commentary blog (with a political bend, but comedic take), and actually considering repurposing The Wording for that.  Though I would still post news about updates to the site, as I have in the past.

It's honestly less about "having something important to say" than it is the fact that the online world (and the world, in general) has become so hyper-politicized that it's impossible to avoid discussing politics and news, and all of the active blogs are focused on other things (Cyberculture, Oddities,

All of those blogs (see sidebar) are still being updated regularly, by the way, so there is still new content being developed and published all the time.

Yes, our Twitter account was disabled without notice, and not for anything we did or said (as hard as that is to believe... because it's untrue):

I tried to login one day, shortly after the first Purge (of "Russian bots"), and received a message that the account may have been accessed by a third party, and it wanted to call my cellphone.  I don't have a cellphone and, even if I had a cellphone, I'd never added it to my Twitter account.  The whole thing seemed fishy, especially with all the security issues teh Internets has had lately, and I never received anything by e-mail regarding it, so I sent Twitter a message about it.

A week later, the account -- which was opened in 2008, and never even been suspended or "warned" for content -- was terminated without notice.  Still have never received an e-mail regarding "third party access," wanting to send codes to cellphones I don't have, nor the termination.

Twitter's for politicians and celebrities, anyway.  See what I mean about hyper-politicization?

© 2018, The Weirding