You're not getting hacked, EY2012.
Evilyoshida.com is currently loading well for me; Your Apache instance was restarted not too long ago, which was a quick fix to get rid of the 503.
If the 503 error pops up again, please try changing your PHP mode to PHP 5.3 CGI (instead of FastCGI) in the panel at Manage Domains > Web Hosting > Edit > PHP Mode.
We've made some adjustments to the FCGI package and this has helped a bit, but isn't a permanent fix. Our syseng team is definitely looking into how the current FCGI limits are affecting certain customers of ours who are experiencing 503 errors, and working to find a more permanent solution. I'm not sure when that will happen, but in the meantime, try changing your PHP mode to see if that will help.