Reluctantly, I have decided to close down the shop today. I’ve had well over 200 people visit it since it opened, but unfortunately not a single person has actually bought anything. If I was running an actual store in a mall or someplace like that, and over 200 people walked in and right back out, I would have been out of business and in a giant financial hole. But luckily, it was a free account with Spreadshirt.com, so I didn’t have to go through all of that. And I don’t have to worry about paying taxes now, since I didn’t make a dime of income (at least I think it works that way, I have no idea, they find ways to screw people). But it still would have been nice if one of you had something. I didn’t get any real input from you, so I don’t really know why you weren’t interested. Was it just too soon? Was it the pricing? Did you spend all your money on Go-Kaiger merchandise? Were my designs really as bad as KRFan said they were? (By the way, screw you KRFan, it’s one thing to criticize, it’s another thing to be a horse’s ass about it.) I didn’t expect to make a real living off of this, but a little bit on the side would have been nice. I probably would have used most of it to expand this site, there are a whole host of upgrades that I would like to get, but I just can’t afford. Well, I guess it doesn’t matter at this point. I might reopen the shop sometime later on, when there are a some more of you following the site, maybe include some broader designs and themes, try to bring in non-toku people. Until then though, I’ll only be running the blog, reporting on toku news as usual. I might even get the chance to get into some of my own stuff, I’m working on a few creative projects at the moment and I plan on sharing them with you, whether you want me to or not.
To henshinGARB, may it one day be a success. And once again, screw you KRFan! I don’t care how many thumbs down this gets, screw you and the horse you rode in on, KRFan!