Alan Smithee

Happy New Year You Bastards

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Happy New Year

Ok pansies, you’ve made it through another year alive. Time to get back to what’s really important, and that my friends…is the Internet.

I sincerely hope you’ve all enjoyed your time off from WPR as much as us staffers, namely the Ryans and myself have, but like all good things it must come to an end. That is why I bring to you a solemn promise to shove so much great content up your poopers in 2012 that it’ll make Mr. Goatse blush.

On the horizon for this week alone, we’ve got a great interview (or two) headed your way, the inaugural episode of the No Hungy podcast which is poignant since all of the fatties of the land are starting programs to lose weight this week that they won’t be able to keep up with. We’ve got a solid week of Morning Cup o’ Music, all of my regular featured articles and maybe a few others.

I know Ryan T. is in the middle of some seriously cool shit that we can’t really discuss right now, but rest assured, you’ll enjoy it.

To wrap it all up in a pretty bow for you all out there, we’re going to be officially launching the beta version of our new community programs starting with the WPaRmy and the half-assed badge and achievement system that I’ve coded over the last week or two. I’ll also be launching the new community blogs section of the site where you can write about anything you damn well please…the best of the best there make it to WPR’s main page!

This is going to be one hell of a year for WPR and all of you delicious fans of our hard work. We promise to come correct with even more contests this year, swag closet blowouts, facebook prizedumps, and if you’re really lucky…actual WPR branded gear!

Thanks for all of your love and support over the last 4 years as we’ve made the transition from lulzy blog, to serious news blog, and finally falling into the comfortable general news and reviews geek site that you’ve come to enjoy. Let’s make this a year to remember!

Sincerely, the WPR version of Cobra Commander,

Xopher ‘The Shogun’ Reed

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