Inside the Mind of DarkGenius

My appearance on ABC's Who Wants To Be A Millionnaire? Several months ago, I was fortunate enough to win a trip to New York to compete on ABC's Who Wants to Be a Millionaire program. I made it into the hot seat with Regis on my first fastest-finger question. I have hesitated to put anything about this experience on my web site, but I think the time is right now. The show was taped on April 10, 2000, and aired on Thursday night, April 13, 2000. Hopefully, I can add a picture or two to this page before long, but here at least is the story of my 15 minutes of fame.


Welcome to the virtual abode of DarkGenius. Some of my main interests and focal points on this page will be Southern History (especially its connection to literature), philosophy (namely Nietzschean), horror fiction, writing, and my own personal ramblings about life, existence, and whatever crazy notions happen to take up residence in my grey matter for a while. My views are often unique and (dare I say) controversial, so I will be interested in hearing what others think of my ideology. William Faulkner will have his own page here, and I will also devote a page to Thomas Dixon, Jr., (the man whose novels served as the basis for the classic movie Birth of a Nation). Thomas Dixon, Jr., no matter what you might think of his ideas, was a unique, amazing man; he deserves his place in history. I hope I can do my part to keep Dixon from falling into complete obvlivion. If anyone has any suggestions for or comments about this web site, please let me know.

What's New?

Thomas Dixon

Dixie

William Faulkner

My ultra-conservative Politics Page

Horror Literature

Nietzsche

My ramblings

The Wonder Years

A little bit about myself

Meet my dog Pepi


I love books, and a man's books say a lot about the man himself. Take a look at an almost complete list of the books that I own. Let me just add one personal note: I am not nor have I ever been a Communist. I took a class on the history of socialist thought, and this is the source of some of the Marxist/Communist books in my collection, plus I have an interest in Communism insomuch as I hate it so much.


Links to other sites on the Web



Morbid Drive "the scariest comic strip on earth"

THE site for Carolina Tarheel fans

American Mensa Site

Lorenz Graf's HTMLtool Much of this site was created with the help of this HTML editor. There is a new shareware version, which I am now using, or you can still download the earlier version for free. Give it a try. Don't judge the editor by the simplicity of my pages--it can do much grander things that what I have done here (so far).

The Creeping Error This is the coolest thing I have found on the Internet; if you are a MSTie, you must download this program. Turn your desktop into the MST3K theatre.

The Nobbs Hideaway Check out this cool site belonging to a new friend of mine

Clinton-Gore WARS - HeavensGate Sound Parody Page There are many great sites out there with material about Comrade Clinton. This particular one has the most complete set of song parodies that I know of. These are hilarious--listen to Bill, Al Gore, James Carville, and others sing about their many deeds and misdeeds. If you really enjoy this kind of stuff, I encourage you to go to Paul Shanklin's web site and order every one of his albums; he is the king of Bill Clinton parodies.

Lovehewitt.com This is the ultimate Jennifer Love Hewitt website. I do mean for my little website here to be a "serious" site, but I feel compelled to add this link here. Simply put, Jennifer Love Hewitt is the perfect female member of the species, for more reasons than I wish to list here (and let me say that she is even more beautiful on the inside than she is on the outside). If you love or admire JLH, and I can't frankly see how you could not, you must take a look at this website.


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