You may have noticed little tags at the bottom of most (not all) of the pages of insanelywittystupidity.com. They document a date the page was modified. There's also a message that I (Michael Atkins) don't give a shit if people copy the page as long as the tag remains intact. Different websites have their own practices for tagging their pages. In typical fashion, I tagged mine the "Insanely Witty Stupidity" way. :D
The tags are an archiving tool. They provide people citing the website with an age of information on a page. For example, a person writing a scholarly article will need a date a page was modified if they're including it in a works cited page. Also, the tags license the pages for the general public. That way, there is no confusion among socialist elitists who have no respect for people's basic liberties. This includes what Insanely Witty Stupidity considers the "Former United States of America." The Former United States of America is a laughable remnant of a capitalist democracy plagued by socialist regulation and a patent office.
In other news, a new short story popped up. Well, it's new to Insanely Witty Stupidity. I submitted it to my high school English teacher when I was seventeen. I decided to re-type it the other day (all I had was a hard copy) and archive it with the rest of my public work. It's called "Bloody Hitman." It's a complete piece of crap compared to other writing I've done recently! After all, I wrote it fourteen years before I wrote this article. You can check it out here if you're interested.
I'm working on a re-write of "Bloody Hitman." It's codenamed "Red Hat Mad Cat." It's loosely based on the original. Although, I'm basically using elements from "Bloody Hitman" as an archive. The plan is to write replacements for events, characters, and locations in the story and use them to construct a shiny, new story. If it works out, I might do the same with some other short stories I turned in to the same teacher. But, only time will tell. Good night, my fellow Former Americans. Peace be with you and your families-- for as long as it can last. Trying times await us in the future.