i was trying to get to creep factor 10 but we just dont have the powr captain. a navarone goody bag to the person who can identify that impression. i have inserted one of those maps that i can see where you all live. its red and flashes with a little yellow dot where you are. i think its important i keep tabs on you all. i think you should all send me your receipts from now on as well, as i need to know what stuff youre buying, and what youre eating. ive got guys going through your garbage cans right now, but i think its healthier for my staff if you just mail the receipts.
its a pity its got a little white background. it kinda messes with my all black evil lair ive got here. still never mind.
also its kinda depressing cos its just flashing with my own little yellow dot.
the baddies. they dont tell you about that in the james bond films. the nights spent alone. staring at your little yellow dot on your control panel. theres always inadequate heating in these lairs as well. sure theyre ok in the summer, but all that cold stonework and metallic surfaces. brrrr. but what can you do. furry lairs dont go down well .
im going to cut and paste some of the stuff on the website of the little map. i think it will get us close to creep factor 10, here it is:
'Want to know who's on your site and where they came from, in real time?
Not only do we tell you the number of people online, but we also show you the pages people are reading and where in the world they're coming from. Need historical data too? We do that for you automatically.'
also i seen this on the wikipedia page for bonanza. im not sure whether its creepy or what it is but its somethin:
A recurring situation was that every time one of the Cartwrights became seriously involved with a woman, she died from a malady, was slain, or left with someone else. As with all hit programs, disturbing a successful formula could be a major blunder.
In 1968, Dan Blocker began wearing a toupee on the series as he was approaching forty and losing hair. He joined the ranks of his fellow co-stars Pernell Roberts and Lorne Greene, both of whom began the series with hairpieces (Greene wore his modest frontal piece in private life too, whereas Roberts preferred not wearing his, even to rehearsals). Michael Landon was the only original cast member to be wig-free throughout the series, as even Victor Sen Yung's Hop Sing wore an attached queue (pony tail).