I went to Cockeyed and Rob had posted his circuit.

I decided to figure mine out.

Here you go:


I start my Internet journey with my home page, B3TA.com.
This is a British site that runs a message board for photoshoppers. They have a
weekly newsletter that has links to things that people have made, like games or
movies, and they have a weekly topic of discussion.

Next, I go to my e-mail, my myspace
(www.myspace.com/scott_free), and maybe my Xanga blog
(www.xanga.com/Scott_Free).

Next stop, http://www.szanalmas.hu. This is a Hungarian site that
post links to funny thing from the Internet. I have found that of the many
sites that post funny things, this site consistently has the newest links,
first.

 

After that I work my way down my list of “Blogs and Daily
Readings”:

Memepool.com,

TheSneeze.com,

Cockeyed.com,

Break.com,

And

http://www.fuckedgaijin.com

 

From there I go to my “Blogs from Japan”:

Yukihime.com

Tokyotimes.org

Japanwindow.com

http://thefunkydrummer.blogspot.com

And

http://presentsimple.blogspot.com

 

After that I take a peek at “Comics”:

Penny-arcade.com

Spamusement.com

Redmeat.com

Ghastlycomic.com

Alienlovespredator.com

Loserz.scribblekid.org

http://www.whiteninjacomics.com

http://www.punksandnerds.com

VGCats.com

And

Joeandmonkey.com

 

This circuit can take anywhere from one half hour to one and
a half hours, depending on who has updated and which ones aren’t interesting.

 

That’s my circuit!

Scott Free and I’m stickin’ to it!

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