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May 30th, 2003
Starting today, you can read the first of three articles about my visit to New York City in November. Joe's opinion of my visit (with lots of tasteful jokes) will be up in two days' time.

May 28th, 2003
I've made a new fake site, with lots of dated jokes about terrorism. Only ten words in before self-deprecation. A new world record for a site update? You be the judge!

May 26th, 2003
More rants-related nonsense. Joe's written some serious poetry for all of you to read. Also, I had no idea what image to use with this update, hence Zero Mostel from The Producers.

May 24th, 2003
Read part two of my National Lampoon's Vacation movies review, or I'll come round to your house and wait until you're asleep before stabbing you in the eyes. Maybe.

May 23rd, 2003
I thought I'd use today's update to let you know about our brand new, super-artistic copyright statement and remind you about how to join in our dignity-sapping chat room. Why I thought this, I don't know.

May 22nd, 2003
Back to the misery! Have you enjoyed your break? Do you want more udpates? If the answer is yes - or no! - to either of those questions, read Joe's review of the video game Enter The Matrix.

May 8th, 2003
Today you can read the first in a two-part summary of all four National Lampoon's Vacation movies. What a treat, eh? Regardless, you'll have to make to do with it, as the next update isn't until May 22nd.

May 6th, 2003
More Flash fun (or misery if you want to go with the obligatory self-deprecation) with the latest episode of everyone's favourite Wild West Sheriff's adventures. It's a new Gringo packed with Dubya goodness.

May 4th, 2003
Read Jeff's review of Mega Man! Now! This is also a good time to tell you it's possible to e-mail him at his fancy new address, which is jeff@listentome.net. Send him a message! Now!

May 2nd, 2003
Time for a work of genius by Ross. He's created a Flash animation which predicts the future of North Korea's wacky nuclear policy in expert detail, including the importance of the Benny Hill theme tune.


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