State of the Website Address 2019

The past year has been one hell of a ride.

In 2018, I accomplished a hell of a lot more than I ever thought I would.

In last year’s State of the Website Address I said that I didn’t give a fuck anymore, and I was just going to keep doing whatever whenever. When I said this, I had no idea that I’d be doing even half of the shit I did last year. I honestly expected my interest in the site to wain again like it always does, and for me to just stop posting shit after a few months.

Instead, I got ambitious.

The second half of 2018 saw a lot of firsts in history. Frequent Twitch streams, multiple YouTube videos, a strong Twitter presence, and a full overhaul of the site’s logo (commissioned by a genuine artist and everything). I even got a spiffy new hat:


Indeed, I accomplished more for the site in the past 6 months than I did in the last six years.

As we wrap up the first month of 2019, things are on the up-and-up for the site. I’ve launched a podcast, continued to make YouTube videos at a rate of one or two a week, created a steady easy-to-maintain Twitch schedule, and even been labelled as a cause of PTSD on Twitter:

A very productive beginning to what’s going to be a very productive year for

Here’s some of what I have planned for 2019:

  • Making the podcasts bi-weekly.
  • Uploading the podcasts to a proper hosting service, and getting them up on iTunes and other venues.
  • A new YouTube series involving a priest.
  • Another YouTube series involving a parody of Alex Jones.
  • A music album (or at least a song).
  • Building a community.

I have other plans and ideas, but I don’t want to tease anything else until I’m sure it will come to fruition.

Here’s to what will be’s biggest year yet! Come. Fucking. GET SOME.

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By Angry_Jerk

The CEO/Editor-in-chief of AJnet, and the current king of internet ranting. Hailing from the fine village of Northeast Philadelphia, AJ has been creating content on the internet for over 15 years. None of it has really been funny or entertaining, but he keeps trying anyway. When he’s not creating new articles for the site, he can be found hitting the weights, watching anime, or playing retro video games.