Greetings, I must start today’s diary with a correction. Yesterday, I said we had a record first day with 20,242 hits. I’m still not sure what happened–I read the wrong line I think. The number should be 68. Anyway, that’s still great for the first day! Keep the e-mails coming – I love hearing from you. The response to this site has been great. Please keep telling your friends. To get the word out, I left one of my cards on the bus this morning and slid some cards under my neighbors’ doors. In retrospect that probably wasn’t the best idea. So, I’m also working on a press release. I’d like to end this update of Bob’s diary by saying hello to the nice lady I buy my subway tokens from. Hello.

First off, I want to give special thanks to Walter Kim for coming through. We had some major problems and were working them out right up until launch time. Thanks Walter! Second, I want to thank everybody for checking out this site! It’s been up for only 24 hours and we got 20,242 hits! Thank you! Please keep telling your friends to tell their friends… Other than that news, that’s all I got. So, I’m going to recommend a CD to purchase:Richard Ashcroft, Alone With Everybody. It’s really great, not a bad song on there. You can buy it on my site via Amazon.com. Just go to Bob’s DVD section. Enjoy.


Happy Halloween!
OK, story time. When I was in the 6th grade I went trick or treating. I was with my older brother, George and his friends. We were walking around and I said let’s go over here. Over here was a dark row of apartments with no lights. They said no Bob; there’s no one there. I didn’t believe it and went anyway and they went to the next house. Now, I must tell you I was dressed like a devil and had on one of those rubber masks that you can’t see out the sides. The guys were yelling at me to come on and I walked towards the sidewalk and this big blonde kid dressed like an Indian came from no where and stole my bag of candy. I was standing there with the bag handles watching my candy run away. I cried and cried. Years later in Hoboken, some punks hit me in the head with an egg. To make a long story short, I think Halloween blows. Please send candy now!