Ok, I'm guessing you are probably wondering why the clock photos are all backwards. Well, I needed a way to finally make some money on this site. This website costs a good chunk of change per month to keep running. I can't keep doing this forever. I hope you will understand. I am surprised I was able to make it four years without having to implement some sort of cash-revenue generator model, or whatever they call this sort of thing nowdays.
I know, I know, why don't I just put up advertising up on this site? I don't want to put up advertising because that is what everyone else does when they need money. Adverstising is so, yawn, un-unique. I mean, a man can't even go tinkle in a public bathroom anymore without seeing a flashing advertisement at eye level. Even worse, what if those ads in the public bathrooms also showed up on this site? I can just see it now, "Hey John, that ad I saw on humanclock.com is just like the one I saw at the bar last night in the toilet". So, no, advertising is not an option.
Yes, I could ask for donations, but then I would have to stress out about young children not receiving any allowance money because their parents liked humanclock.com more than their own children. Flattering yes, but just like Whitney, I too believe children our are future. So no donations please.
So by now you are probably wondering what my plan is. Basically, sorry to be blunt, but I'm forcing you to buy some new hardware in order to enjoy humanclock.com. You see, I spent several months developing a unique device called the Reality Remapper. This device creates a "virtual" image within itself. The wonder of this device I created is that within this virtual image, all points of light are remapped to a position of equal absolute distance, on the same y-axis, but on the opposite end
of x-axis of the Cartesian plane. Thus the reversed humanclock.com photos suddenly become "readable" again!
I am auctioning off these devices on ebay one at a time. In order to help the bidding along, I am also attaching a piece of the original
cardboard that you see in many humanclock.com photos. This is the same piece of cardboard that I carried for 13,000 miles all the way around Australia on the back of my bicycle.