November 18, 2010
Thanks to the hackers who like to screw with my site.
What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger.
August 1, 2010
Thanks to a tenacious potential customer, I learned that the recent dearth of sales was not due to disinterest, rather it’s been due to the WP eCommerce plugin for WordPress failing me on a massive scale. I’ve not-so-frantically integrated “eShop” and we shall see how it fares. It is certainly more intuitive.
In other news, I’ve sold out of Keychains/Dogtags, and probably won’t be getting any more in for a month or so. Unless more people are persistent.
In even more other news, I had the great pleasure, once again, of hanging out with the hero: Steve Bierfeldt. He was in town (Los Angeles) doing some fund-raising and stopped by my son’s 1st birthday party. He even brought an excellent present (we actually requested that folks didn’t, but no one listened!) and some chips and water. He’s a good egg, in case you were wondering. I just hope I can be as calm and nice as he is when I grow up.
He’s easily 20 years younger than I am. Ah well.
March 9, 2010
I recently had a run-in with someone who seemed like a very unhappy person. I’ve been running this site and selling these cards at a profit of just about one cent a card since 2002. If you’ve ever had a problem with a card, or a delayed shipment, you know that I will refund your purchase with no questions asked.
On the other hand, if you’re nasty to me, I won’t tolerate it. This is my labor of love.
February 18, 2010
Thanks to the hackers who brought the site to its patriotic knees, I was down for a few months. I had some time over the past couple of days to get the shopping cart working again. So… let’s make up for 4 months of no orders, eh?
April 15, 2009
Early May, 2009, the fine folks at the Penn & Teller show at the beautiful Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, will be selling Bill of Rights – Security Edition cards at their merchandise booth.