As you might know, I have a talent for crashing websites (particularly mine) and it always ends with me eventually screaming “IT’S NOTHING HARD LIQUOR AND A HAMMER WON’T FIX” and Victor hiding the mallets while he curses and struggles to fix whatever I’ve done. I’ve been told that WordPress server/sites/whatever are almost unbreakable and so we’re going to put that to the test. It may take a few days for your personal ISP to switch over to the new site (which is the same address as the old site but is located in a different place and I have a headache just explaining that) so if you don’t see a new post by next week that means you might need to tell your internet provider to refresh their DNS settings. I’ll have a new post up on Thursday and you should be able to see it if everything switches over quickly like it should for most of you. Until then, please go and read yesterday’s post about the best taxidermy finds of my entire life.
Also, hat-tip to the multiple brilliant readers who realized exactly what that strange, unidentified taxidermied creature was that I brought home:
PS. Scrot is short for Scrotum. He also goes by Phteven. I may have spelled that wrong.
PPS. Giant thanks to Pete, Nate and Nick at WordPress.com VIP, who’ve worked very hard with an extremely grumpy Victor to make this switch. They assure us that if we still manage to break the site it’ll be free ponies for everyone.
PPPS. You won’t be able to leave a comment until your DNS picks up the new location. The blog will be in maintenance mode for a little while during the switch. It’ll say “Comments are closed” on this post until your ISP updates to the new location. Once you can leave comments again on this post then that means you’ve made it back home.
Be careful out there, you guys.
We’ll see you on the other side.