Interview with Paul Kinsella
(Creator of the cartoon panel "NORMandCompany.com", the free online roleplaying network cartoon games "Stickman Murder Mysteries", the "Free Games Ring" directory and the controversial site "AfterlifeTelegrams.com)
Interview conducted by Stan Howards for Inter-Dynamix Online Magazine
Interviewer - Hello everyone. I have the great pleasure to introduce, to all of you readers out there, one of the most talented single panel cartoonists and one of the most ingenious free online video network cartoon games makers the world has ever known. First of all, thank you for this opportunity to interview you.
Paul Kinsella - My pleasure, Joe.
Interviewer - You are most well known for your free online role playing network cartoon games "Stickville Murder Mystery" but lets start off with your carrier that you had before creating free games online - that of cartooning. please tell us a little bit about your cartooning site: NORMandCompany.com
Paul Kinsella - N&C is my latest effort at getting my cartoon panel syndicated. While I have yet to get the attention of the syndicates - I am still holding out a glimmer of hope that the will one day "come around".
Interviewer - How did you come into your next endeavor of creating online role playing games?
Paul Kinsella - One of the things I did to bring traffic in to NORMandCompany.com was create a free murder mystery role playing network cartoon games called the "Stickville Murder Mystery". To my surprise It became a big hit! I then started focusing my energy on making sequels and promoting them the best that I could, Joe.
Interviewer - Please tell us some more about what your free online murder mystery network cartoon games and how it works like joe cartoon doll maker?
Paul Kinsella - First of all - the best way is to simply go to http://NORMandCompany.com/stickman and try out the games for yourself. The reason being is that it is a little hard to explain, but I'll try. The Stickman Murder Mystery site is an online role playing network cartoon games where the player becomes a homicide detective in the town of "Stickville". The network cartoon games is actually a web site rather than a Java or a application program. The player must navigate through the pages using "point and click" methods. For example, in the free online cartoon games, if the player clicks on certain objects - the player is able to examine that object for clues. To open a door in the cartoon,network,games - the player needs to click on the door knob.
Interviewer - I see. And what is the main goal of this free online role playing murder mystery game? How do you win the game, Joe?
Paul Kinsella - In each of the 5 "cases" that are available to play - your goal, as the player, is to solve the murder mystery by visiting the crime scene, talking to witnesses, examining the dead body at the morgue and gathering evidence. You then must catch the killer before he/she strikes again, Joe.
Interviewer - So your free online network cartoon games is not a "free network cartoon games download"?
Paul Kinsella - Not a network cartoon games "download", . It IS a network cartoon games - it is just one that you play by surfing through complex pages. The benefit of such a computer network cartoon games is that it can be played by people who can not easily download video games off the Internet or for people with slow computers. You just go to the main page - click on the case you want to try to solve - and play. It don't get much easier than that.
Interviewer - If you had to chose a six-word phrase to describe your free network cartoon games - what would it be?
Paul Kinsella - I guess you could describe it as an "online role playing murder mystery game" or perhaps a "free murder mystery network cartoon games, free online games".
Interviewer - What if you had to describe your online network cartoon games in just 3 words?
Paul Kinsella - Ummm... I guess "murder mystery cartoon games" or "free interactive cartoons".
Interviewer - What if you had to describe your murder mysteries using just one word?
Paul Kinsella - Er.... I'd guess "game" or maybe "cartoons"....... Wait a minute! I know what is going on here! You are just trying to get me to say a hole bunch of key words like "online game" and "free download" so that this web page will look better to search engine spiders, JOE!
Interviewer - I... I don't know what you are talking about. I'm just here to interview you about your great free online murder mystery network cartoon games for my online joe cartoon magazine.
Paul Kinsella - You big fake! You don't care about my network cartoon games - you just want to fill this interview with key words so i will get the attention of search engine spiders and get ranked high on "Yahoo" when someone searches for the word "free network cartoon games downloads" or whatever! I bet you are not even a real reporter
Interviewer - I am so a ...um .... a real reporter. I'm reporting on your great online role playing free downloading private detective demo murder mysteries and...
Paul Kinsella - Liar!!! Who sent you!? Why do you care if I get highly ranked by the search engine spiders?
Interviewer - Look behind you! It's a search engine spider!!!
Paul Kinsella - Oh-ya... sure there is.... I'm not gonna fall for.... (Paul Kinsella turns his head to look) ...Crap! There really is a search engine spider here! Which search engine is it from?
Interviewer - It looks like it's from "Google"..... just act natural.... pretend like it isn't there. We need to continue t interview like normal. Don't make any sudden moves or you might scare it away. As I recall Google prefers 'gateway pages with about 350-600 words in them, doll.
Paul Kinsella - About how many words have we used in this interview so far, joe?
Interviewer - About 500, but that is not the problem... I don't think we have used enough key words like "free role playing games" or "murder mystery downloads".
Paul Kinsella - What if I just repeat the words "free joe murder mystery" 30 times in a row?
Interviewer - NO!!! Search engines consider that SPAMMING! Do you want this spider to black list us!?!
Paul Kinsella - Wait. The spider is moving. I think I can hear it mumbling something....
submitted page = 'http://normandcompany.com/CARTOONS/cartoon_games/ <*found*> Repeat of (KEY WORD LIST HTML) found at top of (HTML TEXT)...
found.... irrelevant art work and DISCARDED.... ALERT! MAIN TEXT HTML discovered.....
KEY WORDS FOUND: (cartoon games, free online games, role playing murder mystery cartoon network games download, play, gaming etc...).... <
> ...suggested rank:% #HIGH(number_of_words_used): 592
.....(evaluating cartoon joe cartoon doll maker)... <<*stand by*>>...
Interviewer - Great! It sounds like the spider likes this free online network cartoon games 'gateway' page. We should have...
> (number_of_words_used) has exceeded !600!..... Transfer-submitted-URL/page
to >>>>> file:BLACK_LIST <<<<<
Paul Kinsella - "BLACK LISTED!?!?.... you moron! You jabbered on so much that my site can not be listed now!
Interviewer - Now just hold on there one darn minute Mr. SPIDER! I have done every thing correctly - including repeating keywords (like cartoon games, online arcade, and play online free cartoon games network fart downloads) throughout this stupid interview!!!...I won't...
entry) *source,="INTERVIEWER_user"*....>spider response:"SCREW YOU!"<
Paul Kinsella - Well!!!! Now that is just uncalled for! Where's it going now!?!
"Resistance is futile! You will be ignored!" <<
Interviewer - That's right! You better run mother F@#$%R!!!!
Paul Kinsella - This gateway writing stuff - sucks!