This site pays homage to Rob J and Johnson G - Original writers of

Find Rob's archived essays and Johnson's adult-themed FAQ's here that would otherwise be lost to the ages.

The Return of

I had stumbled across one of Rob’s articles at many, many years ago. I had bookmarked it and forgot about it. After many years and computer upgrades, I was revisiting my old, exported bookmarks.

To my dismay, and the article no longer existed! The domain expired but fortunately, we were able to purchase it and through the public domain, republish these old essays. While I don’t know if anyone would be interested in reading these old articles, I thought it would be fun to bring them back to life so someone else could stumble across them.

Enjoy these original essays by Rob J about life, the web, ourselves, living with the Internet, and more. Check out these easy to read, yet insightful texts and links to worthwhile resources.

You can find Rob’s new blog at

Also, in the Adult section, you can find Johnson G’s original BDSM FAQ’s which became vastly popular across the Internet and was translated into many different languages.

Table of Contents

Why “Unreal”?

  • Websurfers need to remember that websurfing is not a real life.
  • Some of this stuff is unreal!
  • Expand your minds and venture into the unrealities.
  • Who’s responsible?

    Rob J

    What’s next?

    Check out our hotlist – recommendations of things to read and experience.

    This in-progress page offers concepts for upcoming articles. If you have an opinion or would like to share your thoughts, use our contact form and submit your essay!

    Inquiries or Suggestions?

    Thank you for visiting! Please visit our Contact Form for all inquiries. You can also use our contact form to submit your own unreal experiences or thoughts. If your essay gets approved, we will gladly publish it and provide you the full credit.

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