"Do you realize that a 4 corner square rotating 1/4 turn creates a full circle? ... YOU LACK THE BRAINS TO KNOW THAT 4 SIMULTANEOUS DAYS ROTATE IN AN IMAGINARY CUBED EARTH. ... Wise people call me a genius. Stupid and evil people call me crazy."
One can only assume that in the US you are allowed access to the Internet even when you're in a secure ward.
Do you remember what you were doing in the Summer of 1997? Michele and John were excited about the life and career they were planning together and using the newfangled Internet to declare their feelings to the world...
"In the 18 MONTHS that Mike lived as 'The Headless Wonder Chicken' he grew from a mere 2 1/2 lbs. to nearly 8 lbs."
This long-time iamsad.co.uk favourite has been reinstated partly due to the incredulity of new Sad-fan Nigel, of Cambridge.
"Have you ever lost a picture of yourself?
Left a photobooth in a hurry?
Jilted a lover?
If you have, you might be here"
"I collect second-hand photographs of women and dogs. That's right, both women and dogs together."
I'm not sure how long this site will be around for - the home page is now blank and I had to use my special Sadmaster powers to find these hidden pages.
"Big Rog Says thank you for visiting my web site"
It would of course be very easy to take the piss out this home-cooked beauty, but I have a few reasons not to - the main one being that poor old Big Rog could quite possibly be dead by the time you read this, according to notes on his profile page. Keep up the good work Rog!
"What do you got to lose? ... Will be updating it in my free time so please be patient with me,lol"
I thought I'd hit sad-gold when I found this one. There are links to a couple of Internet atrocities, but other than that this site is a pathetically empty.
"... I've just gone out and sat on my beach..." camera pans to dark doorway ".. which I'm sure you can't see, and I've written a song and I thought I'd test it out, so ..."
Sad rich kid with no mates,
or, like, totally awesome?!?
Here's a test for you to see just how sad you really are. Simply stare at the screen until you see the amazing 3D image and then try making your very own ASCII Sterogram.
"to collect and celebrate personal memories of all integrated circuit-based consumer products from the electronics revolution of the 1970s and 1980s"