So once upon a time there was a site named Swillnetwork and it was good. It was created as an insult to those that opposed the great and mighty Thrillnetwork and it was good. Many came to Swillnetwork to post nudie pics of hot women and insult each other in crude terms that would certainly earn a banning on Thrillnetwork and it was good.
Then, the attacks hit. Swillnetwork was besieged by the spammers and the hackers. Worms infested the servers while tubgirl and Goatse waged war on the posters eyes. The valient webmaster and those in league with him fought back and peace was restored once again, but it was short lived.
Soon a rift grew between the mighty Thrillnetwork and it's bastard son Swillnetwork. Those at one were shunned by the other. Alligences were pledged and lines drawn in the sand. Alas, this too, did pass. The younger and weaker Swillnetwork was again beseiged by the worms and this time the server faltered and fell. The upstart Swillnetwork was no more. Though others tried to revive it, the beast was slain.
Flash forward nearly a year. The owner of Swillnetwork had let the his pet expire, to float to the bottom of the web abyss, when suddenly, a longing came to him. He looked at all that had gone wrong through the first coming of the Swill, and felt it could go better if given a chance. Thusly, he sought out the good folks of godaddy.com and planned to dredge the bottomless abyss in hopes of coming up with the remnants of his beloved Swill. Alas, it was not to be. A mere few days prior Swillnetwork had been locked up by a large website monster, bent on selling the prisoner it owned back to people at a rediculous price. Saddened, the owner walked past his former pet's cage, disgusted by the pop-ups and ads covering it's once proud face.
"Someday I will set you free again, my little friend. Someday."
(to those of you that don't understand humor or a good story, the long and short of it is that I thinking of resurecting Swillnetwork, but the domain name was bought up by a holding company that was going to sell it back at a price more than double what I was willing to pay. This saddened me. I made this thread as a bit of a tribute and shout out to the former members of SN who were and are great people that I miss dearly.)