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Well - - I couldn't just leave you hanging so here's the countdown clock to the eclipse. 

So You Like Weird Websites?

So I kept looking for more and more really, weird websites out there and actually found quite a few.  Actually, two things come to mind; (1) who has the time to create these places, and (2) who would spend money hosting these sites every month?

How about checking out a few of these (assuming you have lots and lots of spare time on your hands):

1. eelslap.com

The most fun you'll ever have with an eel and a mouse.  Guaranteed.

2. procatinator.com

The funkiest place on the web for cat lovin' music fans.

3. pointerpointer.com

This is how you get to the point.  Again and again and again.

4. heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa.com

The epicenter of the known internet

5. corgiorgy.com

An orgy of little dog fun.

6. fallingfalling.com

This is what happens when the internet starts tripping.

7. rainymood.com

Because rain makes everything better.

[We could sure use some of this....]

8. nooooooooooooooo.com

Perfect place to visit when you're having a bad day.

9. omfgdogs.com

Little dogs like you've never even seen them before.

10. thequietplaceproject.com

Sometimes you just need to chill out.

So that's just 10 of the weird sites that are out there.  Of course, you probably have two searing questions about this article, too (as in (1) how much time does he waste looking up these weird sites, and (2) if we don't look at these sites, will they go away?)

"They're coming to take me away, Ha-Haaa!" is a 1966 novelty record by Jerry Samuels and released on Warner Bros. Records.  The song became an instant success in the United States, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 popular music singles chart on 13 August and reaching No. 4 on the UK Singles Chart.

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