Scott Hardie | January 19, 2002
Today I launched the newest version of my home page. That site needed a good cleaning-out. It's meant to be smaller and simpler now. The focus of the main page is me myself (since I want there to be some kind of page to introduce myself to people who barely know me). The "It Sucks" page has been transformed into "Love and Hate," and the "Thorough Movie Reviews" have gotten a huge overhaul. I plan to add "Classic Pages" and "Dead Pool Game" as soon as I can redesign their pages, but I'm going to pass out in a matter of minutes here and they'll have to wait for later. I wanted to put online what I had. If you see my home page because of this entry, please leave me a comment about it. Note: I suggest reading the "Ten Best Films of 2001" page before reading the "Thorough Movie Reviews."

Jackie Mason | January 19, 2002
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