Coaster Enthusiast Photoshops New Girlfriend's Face Over Old Girlfriend's Body on Fan Website
Dan Rosenberg has finally agreed to talk to ARN&R about the drastic changes to, and subsequent removal of, his coaster fan website, coasterjunkie.net, last week. As many coaster web crawlers are already aware, coasterjunkie.net disappeared last week after the site was widely linked and ridiculed for some evident changes made to all the photos on the site.
"I didn't think it was going to be a big deal." Rosenberg said in an exclusive ARN&R interview, "I mean, Sarah [Rosenberg's new girlfriend] was really getting on my ass about having all these photos of Cheryl [his old girlfriend] on my website. She said it was "a shrine to Cheryl" or something like that. I figured if I did this, I could get Sarah off my ass without destroying my website. Because, I mean, pictures with Cheryl in them are like 75% of my photos."
2 of the over 400 photos Rosenberg (pictured above) "altered"
"To be honest, I didn't think anyone would actually notice. Up until last week, I thought I was pretty good with Photoshop," continued Rosenberg.
"Well, apparently...I'm not."
Having been ridiculed extensively and widely over the internet, Rosenberg is now unclear about the future of coasterjunkie.net.
"I'm thinking of getting a new hobby," Rosenberg said when asked about his future. "Like maybe Star Trek fan fiction, or collecting coin-operated video arcade games. It's become clear to me I should get a new obsession with every new girlfriend."