Miscellaneous Goods

The 8LETTERS Prank
X-NOROOT.BAT in a Zip Archive.

This batch program (do not place in a root folder) creates folders for every 8-letter word in the english language containing the letter X. Use it to hide files or, just, you know, be a dick on your friend's computer, specifically its desktop. To remove, you pretty much have to highlight the folders, delete, arrange icons again, and repeat until they are all gone, asshole! Someday I might make a sequel that isn't limited to just 8-letter words having the letter X somewhere. It'll be the full dictionary up to 8-letter words or more. I probably will never do this though for the better of the world.


Next, we have the old files archive. This holds my very favorite abandonware games and software from the MS-DOS/Windows 3.11 days. It includes my very first computer game trilogy, Space Chase. It also includes Direct Access 5.1, a DOS-Driven menu system for games and programs that I copied from the local library onto floppy way back in the day. I spent many mornings post-christmastime 1995 playing Disney Coaster where you made and rode roller coasters. I think this was the first ever type of game like this. I also owned pretty much all of the others after this, including Ultimate Ride Deluxe, and Roller Coaster Tycoon (as well as Sim Coaster, and so many others). My first flight/combat sim was Corncob 3-D. I paid to have the full version, which is now abandonware, and available here as well. You can play all of the dos stuff with DOSBOX and can learn quickly how to mount drives every time within the config file and start a DOS directory to function as the root and store all of these fine games. There's also the Windows Entertainment Pack which is the pretty noteworthy "came with most computers" game collection with Jezzball, Rodent's Revenge, Ski Free, and so many others that will definitely ring a bell of your memory if you've had them.


Cherry Rounders Music
Here you go! The most annoying music I've ever done that I accidently allowed on napster via its install and share technique I didn't know about until a year later when somehow I had a fanclub founded by Patrick Skerett of Chicago Illinois. Yes, I remembered his name! The famous "I Eat Poop" song from 2000 also made it to myspace, reddit, facebook, last.fm, youtube (200,000 total views on just 2 videos) and all these other places without me being the one to do it. I literally was testing software and made an album to experiment with everything including too much of the "Goldwave" program and my yamaha PSR-220 I bought on a whim just for fun that I ended up using on all my keyboard parts from like 1999-2005 before discovering piano roll software where you just came up with notes and painted them on a grid. Speaking of, piano roll created the 2006 album that never was, Welcome to the Wonderful World of Cherry Rounders. Visit the website at Neocities.


Will and Jerry: The Primitive Collection was recorded from 2008-2009 mainly until Will had to go overseas for the guards. When February of 2011 hit, we released 1000 copies of this double disc album to always give away free! They're all gone now, but I stuck it digitally on bandcamp. This was more or less the sequel to Cherry Rounders, and it even used a couple of the CR songs: Nuttin' Butt Luv 4 My Homiez (the homoerotic gangsta rap track) and Loved By You (which we did live in 2013 at Indy's Jukebox). The subject matter gradually went from PG-13 to X-Rated when you got to songs like the properly titled "NC-17." The subjects also included everything under the sun, from Super Mario Bros to The Lost Ninja Turtles to an MC Escher pun. There was Super Breakout, the 80's, sci-fi originals, the nonsense rapid-speed copy-and-paste attack Robot Jelly, Its intro song Aliens on Drugs, the parody Alabama Love, and totalled 42 tracks at the time. The digital version has literally everything including a line-up of instrumentals for live performances, and totals seventy tracks! It's five bucks, go snag it!