Sunday, January 4, 2009

Tattler Update: Joe Mosca's MySpace page has left the building

Pulled down and consigned to that place where former internet entities go when they are not wanted by their owners anymore. 

But you do know that nothing ever really disappears on the internet, right? And thanks to the Google Cache System, it lives on. After all, a document having this kind of historic importance can't be allowed to just vanish. Y'know?

Click here for the new location.

Original post here.

10 comments:

  1. With so much talk about Sierra Madre's historic
    legacy going around these days, it is important
    that these sorts of things be saved. Has anybody
    applied for a historic designation for Joe's My
    Space site yet?

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  2. I like the song on there.

    Very catchy!

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  3. His site MUST be saved for future generations.

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  4. Pasta, you are correct. It speaks to the greatness of our times. Of course, it
    could lead to a lot of traffic. People coming to town to bask in the glory
    of it all.

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  7. Phoo! Such language.

    Let me ask you a question. Do you kiss your mother with that mouth?

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  8. Based on the fact the Blog Administrator needed to remove two entries, me thinks word of the blog is spreading like "dirt."

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  9. Just went on Joe's MySpace page. There's an ad there that will help you "pimp your profile."

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  10. I had my profile pimped once. Then they made me turn around so they could do the full on shot. Took me a week to make bail.

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