The “Dark” Web?

Who remembers when the dark web was just the web?

When I first got my hands on an internet connection, I knew that the time to upgrade my fap material was soon at hand. I never looked at the lingerie section of the sears catalog ever again.

Now personally, I have never installed the tor browser or did any of that recent “onion” stuff, not for any reason other than I don’t need to, I’ve already seen it. I’ve seen videos of murder, mutilation and other horrific things before I was even in high school. I don’t need to see that again.

As far as purchasing drugs online, I don’t need that either. I don’t even drink much anymore, why would I want to start using drugs. Also, I just quit smoking, drugs are the last thing that I need in my life right now.

Oh internet, you have been organized and filed but that hidden part that the organizers are not wanting anyone to know about is coming back to the surface. It’s interesting that this new generation of webnauts are so curious about this, only because it was  how the internet used to be, completely free.

I guess that I really don’t have any relevant points to add to this conversation about the deep, dark web, I just wanted to pose the question about remembering the internet in the 90s. It was deep, dark and incredibly slow all of the time.

So goodnight and get a good sleep because there are things out there that are much more interesting than that.

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Justin Trovrt is an online expert who is sick of always being online. He has decided that the world is there for him to enjoy and not to just witness through the gentle glow of a PC monitor. He has been many things during his short existence on this globe, but by far the one that he is most proud of is being a writer. You can find him writing 140 characters or less on

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