First a few little words of wisdom from Ian. When you go to one of my subpages, I suggest you hit reload or refresh or whatever you have to ensure what you see is the latest edition of that page. That's all the wisdom I have in my little brain for you for today.
Hey, people, if you belong to or just know of a cool web ring I could join, send me a link, I'm always looking for new rings to join.
I've gotten some criticism (from one person) for not changing the following message. Even so, I don't plan to change it. If new people come, I wouldn't want them to feel totally bewildered, so I will always keep this little intro here. If you don't like it you can go...never mind.
So anyhoo, some of my friends have web sites. It seems to be the trend
to, before getting into anything big, give a little introduction to
yourself. So I guess I'll just succumb to the pressures of becoming just
another brainwashed drone and follow their example.
I am a fifteen-year-old boy. I
live in Napa, California where there is nothing to do, ever, no matter how
hard you look. You can probably tell, because how would I find the time to
do something so time-consuming as building a web site (and one so sexily wonderful as mine) if I had a busy schedule?
What a boring little paragraph.
Here's where I tell you what this page is all about. I'm completely obsessed with Dharma & Greg, so I will do my best to talk as much as I can about it on "Cuzinpercy's Dharma & Greg Page". Secondly, I pride myself on my "rantings" page. Every week I think of a new topic to rant about. Sometimes it's funny, sometimes not, sometimes I talk about my necrophilia. I also feature short stories. Thirdly (is that even a word?) I have "My Page of Kick-Ass MIDIs. My brother thinks MIDIs are stupid, cheap, and artificial-sounding. I say "SO?". But I also say check out "lean.mid", the MIDI version of "Lean On Me", it is so great, it'll put you in a good mood in no time.
Don't forget to go to these other pages, if you please.
You are the person to feel totally bewildered at the point of this site.
© 1997 Cuzinpercy