Sorry for the lack of update today…

…but I’ve got a bit of a family emergency right now. No new posts until Monday. I’ll try to put up something, however short, over the weekend, but I can’t finish the Noir Mario story for tomorrow.

I’ll be back soon. In the meantime, take care, folks, and keep spreading the word.

Facts are not subjective.

Merch! And a cat!

The Randomology CafePress store has a new addition: the adorable “Little Pyro Women’s T-Shirt”. You can click the image below to get a better look.

I’m still working on a design for the guys.

Remember we also have the “I Will NOT Think of the Children” design so you can let everyone know just what you think of keeping children ignorant.

Also, does anyone want a black iPod nano for less than a hundred bucks?

That is all for today! And once again, thank you for reading, and I hope you spread links to this site like a vicious zombie plague. Or a video of a cat acting stupid. Either one.

Welcome to the new home of Randomology!

This is it, folks! The site’s been given a make-over, mud-bath, and that thing with the cucumbers on the eyes. Any links you’ve saved from previous articles no longer work, but all the meaty goodness of the previous site is still here. The article URLs are just different now. If you have any comments or concerns with the new layout, just post the question here and I’ll answer as soon as possible. I’m still moving things around, so bear with me.

Also, I’m happy to report that the site’s daily readership has steadily increased in the last few days. Thank you. Keep sharing these articles, re-posting them on Facebook, and otherwise letting people know you study Randomology.

And if you REALLY want to let people know you like the site, the right sidebar has a link to the new Randomology Shop on Cafe Press. There’s only a single item in the store right now, but hoodies, shirts, and other items with different logos and text are coming.

Once again, thank you to everyone who’s stuck around until now. Now let’s get the word out. Ignorance is the enemy. Language and dialogue are the cure. Let’s get started…