11th November 2006
It was a quiet afternoon here at the FilesNews HQ. Mr. Black had just fetched a cup of green tea, and was settling into his chair at the end of the Mt. Maintain Hall. That's when an email with the subject 'No Subject' appeared in his inbox. Our correspondent thought it was curious and opened the email, and discovered the following photograph; Our sources confirm that the above is, indeed, the server that hosts the entirety of the FilesNation network. It's called the Cardboard Crucible, and is hidden away in a service station, in an unknown location. To get more information, we sent our reporter, Mikey Key, out to talk with Zephyr; M. Key: what is FilesNation hosted on?
M: so cycling powers filesnation.com, correct?
M: are you saying filesnation.com is nothing?
Z: Yes and i wont stop till my leg gives up the ghost!
M: are you experiencing leg difficulty?
Z: yes. wait! I mean no
M: is that from when FileTrekker chained you to the server?
Z: Only with you Mikey
M: Ahh. We don't talk about that. Any further comments?
Z: Orange. Let me consult a fortune cookie.
More mindless distraction from the mouthpiece of the FilesNation Technical Team? Or is FilesNation in danger of suffering a spontaneous cardboard combustion?
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25th November 2006
We be fucked!
22nd December 2007
I hope that PSU has good regulation. A bicycle-powered generator is bound to have some significant power fluctuations.
All hail Daut our Lord and Savior