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Abandon all hope, ye who enter here... of leaving sane! Mu-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
You've found the real Cyberwolfman and yes, that's my real name. The other Cyberwolfmen you may have seen on the Internet are fakes. More detail about that and other information about this Web site can be found upon the FAQ page.
Important note: If this page doesn't look quite right to you, check out the If a Web Page Doesn't Look Right to You page.
Was going to put up some really cool coding tricks in this, but, didn't want to crash anyone's Web browser . . .
➢ Attention mobile device users: This and many other pages on this Web site have not been optimized for small screens. Yes, I know, your mobile device is supposed to have 'high resolution', but, it is still a small screen. View this Web page on a regular monitor to see the difference. You have been duped into accepting something which you thought was a good deal but, it turned out to be something else. Wise up. School's out.
On the plus side, the majority of the Web pages on this site have dark or black backgrounds which should have less drain on many mobile devices than if you were visiting Web sites with white backgrounds (which, oddly, many of the 'mobile friendly' Web pages are), since they have the RGB cranked up to 100% to produce the white color.
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I try to do the right thing, in both the real world and on-line, by helping people when I can, wherever I can. And, with this Web site, I have made help pages and give information. I try to live by the golden rule, when very few others seem to care about anyone but themselves. Even on the Help Cyberwolfman page, I try to help others by providing links to places they can help those in need without having to pay a single penny. At least I can say I do my best to do what's right. :-)
No more ads! My brief attempt to generate a few dollars to help pay for this Web site with a few ads here and there failed. Not a single penny was earned, so . . . No more ads! Or at least, until I find something that actually works.
Went back to the better front door look: The minimalist look was cramping my style. But, I took the flash movie off this page (it's now on the FAQ page) and am limiting the graphics to very small pictures.
* If you live in America, and have a slow and expensive Internet service, please check out the The American Internet is Slow and Expensive because the Telecom Industry is treating Americans as a Captive Audience page. Used to have it all here, but, putting it on its own page makes more sense.
Coming soon: More Web pages! Just got done organizing the VidScans (honest movie reviews and honest TV show reviews) Web page, so, taking a break. Hey, I got something done, at least! ;-)
The more immediate plans include a Web page with pictures of the south Florida tattoo expo (it was nice to have met all of you!), a couple of pages with reviews of some renaissance fairs (Camelot days and the Florida Renaissance Festival) complete with pictures and video, a visit to the Coral Castle, along with a few other surprises!
* I'm hoping to catch up with some of the above after I find an optometrist who can make computer glasses with my prescription with a 35 inch focal length. Unfortunately, the majority seem to believe that we should all have an 18 inch focal length, which, in the case of larger monitors, feels like screen-licking range. LOL If you have a computer desk with a pull-out keyboard tray, you'd likely want the monitor towards the back of it so you don't sacrifice most of the desk space by having it up at the edge closest to you.
The latest event I went to was the Florida Renaissance Festival, on March 7th, 2015. It was a little too warm and humid for my taste, so, I wasn't thinking too clearly for most of it, but, I tried to catch some of the acts while enjoying the sweet cider there, but, truth be told, I would have rather had the blueberry beer they served at the Camelot Days Medieval Festival at Topeekeegee Park (AKA TY Park) in Hollywood, Florida.
The last time I went to the Florida Renaissance Festival was on February 8th, 2014, where I met people like Garrett, Steve, Wiz, and a barmaid with a name which starts with a B, among many others. While there, I saw acts such as Craic, MooNIE the Magnificent, Celtic Mayhem, Broon, Limey Birds, the Duelists, Trash or Treasure, and Wolgemut. Each of these acts are different, but, they are all entertaining. Thankfully, I was a little sun-burned and people couldn't see me blushing when three lovely ladies on stage saw me in the audience and complimented me in a way that generally, only lovers do. Next time, I'm using some good sunblock and wearing a large hat to tip down and hide behind. LOL
Some of the more frequently visited pages that people are looking for here are either listed in the upper left hand corner of this page, or in the featured pages on the right. The rest are on the Site Map page where almost all of my Web pages are arranged in alphabetical order.
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Cyberwolfman's Pix #4. Back to the real world. Includes Halloween pictures, party pictures, more pictures of Bloomington-Normal Illinois including events, people, and theaters.
Cyberwolfman's Pix #5. Pictures of fountains, buildings, and people, including some radio D.J.s.
Cyberwolfman's Pix #6. More pictures of Bloomington-Normal Illinois, including a multiple-car accident, skateboarders in a parking garage, pictures of the inside of the nearly totally abandoned College Hills Mall and a picture of the Miller Park lake showing it almost perfectly still and mirror-like.
My next pictures page should include pictures taken in south Florida.
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