Smooth Operator celebrates two years of awesomeness!
on 7/22/2004 (1)
It’s hard to believe it (and for many, even tougher to accept), but this little site of ours has just turned two years old today. It’s been a crazy ride the whole way. There have been good times, there have been bad, and there have been times that have made you question why you came here in the first place. But all in all, we have learned and we have laughed together. Well, at least I have. Most of you here probably hate me and only visit this site in hopes of finally seeing my inevitable self-destruction, which will be neither swift nor pleasant.
| Two years down, and we've got a slew of comments about the site from our dozens of viewers. |
"Thanks to this site, I am no longer afraid of going into the water. Now, I'm more afraid of the robots on land!"
"I've been saying 'Upshot-Knothole' for months now, thanks Smooth Operator!"
"I thought this site was bad last year, but I never imagined they'd stoop so low as to take shots at Bing Crosby."
"I used to be a fan of Pirates, but after learning how poorly they have treated Vampires, I can't say I like em much.
"This site frightens me more than Celine Deon ever will."
"Fingerpainting is so much fun I just want to do it all day I drewed a picture of a green tree with my fingers."
The site began simply as a place where people all over the world could come and pay tribute to Robots and Sea serpents. As our popularity rose to Marlon Brando-esque proportions, we expanded into new areas like goat porn, get rich quick schemes, kitchen tools, and even covering Presidential Elections.
"I used to come to Smthop.com for all my sea serpent needs," said Susan Jacobs, life long Smooth Operator fan. "They've grow so much these past two years, now I do everything here, even my grocery shopping!"
"Thanks to this site, I no longer have to pay for daycare for my children," said another satisfied reader. "Now I just sit my kids in front of this site and let stories about sea serpents, Colin Powel, and aliens entertain them all day long."
With two years already behind them, what is next for Smooth Operator? A British invasion? Free candy to visitors? Or perhaps an online flower shop? We went straight to the source to get the skinny.
"I think there is definitely an untapped market for adult big-wheels," said site founder and author of this article Kris. "We need to get these into the hands of today's adults, let them relive their childhood days of glory racing poorly constructed plastic tricycles."