Marcus recently achieved some small measure of fame by being mentioned by Jon Katz on slashdot.
The question of the day is:
Now, thanks to the fine folks at alta vista, the House O' Fez is multi-lingual! The translation might be a little funny, but now you can translate us from:
Currently there are 4+ inhabitants of The House o' Fez:
The House O' Fez wasn't always as Fezzy as it is now. Once upon a time it was know as coca cola junction. Not because of any particular overall preference for that beverage, but because of the plethora of antique Coke merchandise it sported.
After the owner of said merchandise moved out Jack Reda turned it into ARPORE productions, a studio for REDAMedia Films.
Matt Arnold moved in and provided an exta extra for Jack's films.
Jack moved out and Glen "Paul" Selser moved in. Glen "Paul" was a veteran of named houses having previously lived in Arnold's House of Burly men and The Fabulous Bungalow (formerly known as "Paul's Fabulous Bachelor Bungalow").
Matt Arnold moved out and to maintain symmetry, Matt Shields moved in. Promptly realizing that the House O' Fez needed to remain Mattless he soon moved back out.
Phil (the guy who can't do his section) moved in in 1997 and has been resisting whatever dark forces drove the others out ever since.
That's the short history. The long history isn't much more exciting, but it is longer.
According to Paula Schroeder's The 100 Most Classic Guestbook Entries Ever at least two of the comments were funny enough to repeat.
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