He booked a hundred thousand hits
Although his brain is missin'
With songs chock full of-a a** and t*ts
The ovine flock, he's jissin'
But he rolled his numbers up
Syndicated ads all ran
He created some income for the .. world's best web site and The Man
Whoa-oh-oh, lots of quid
Amassed a hundred thousand views
For ChuckyG: bucks, givin'
And we should thank him; praise, effuse:
The site is free; no "tithin' "
And I thank you all, AmIRight
For your v/c, both: friendly or spite
'Cause I've had a ball, and ... hope all hundred-K amuse!
(What an id! Whoa, blew his lid!)
Now can'tcha' just see him a-sittin' in his shell
Flippers on keys makin' typing hell?
Doin' some a little "blue"
Yet, laughs, he's givin'; (screams, a few?)
He built his home page
Gotten panned, but thanks each fan
He: sheep, mated, not woman, but-a ... gets pedantic when he can
Whoa-oh-oh, loves to kid
Hope: second hundred thousand hits
[fade to fond reminiscing]
Also, it's been swell to get with Fid'
Another sixteen thousand (yay!)
THE BOTTOM LINE:
The site is free for all of us, no charge, despite the expense of buying and maintaining a server and bandwidth, writing and maintaining the code, and administering the whole thing, because advertisers pay to have their ads displayed. When you view a song, a few more are displayed, the count rises, and the monthly check from Amazon, Google-syndication, etc., rises accordingly. (One reason TT welcomes unabombers, heh heh! ;)
Ergo, TT is proud to have contributed a little to the expense of running a "free" site, and also perhaps for giving a few readers a few Chuckles (heh!) from time to time.
Side note: I DK ChuckyG personally, but from public and private interaction, I'm absolutely certain that he would want *none* of what's called "click-fraud" -- deliberately repeatedly clicking pages and links to run up ad-display counts, or especially, clicking on the ads themselves without any actual interest in the product being advertised. It's illegal, immoral, and slimy.
On the *other* hand, you are certainly entitled to revisit any parody that you enjoy, as often as you like, and to pass the link on to friends, family, co-workers, enemies, random strangers, forums, restroom walls, etc. ;-D
And *if* you truly *are* interested in buying the latest CD from Justin Bieber, Madonna, The Beatles, The McGuire Sisters, whatever, from Amabay or whomever, there is no reason why, being a fan of their music, you couldn't enjoy parodies of their music, view some of them, and click through that ad to look at and/or buy the product. Nothing at all wrong with that, and the site gets a few cents from your purchase.