Monthly Archives: February 2009

> More heart, less ache.

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Post-it Typeface

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fascinated: A frie

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fascinated: A friend helped put together the Scion Rock Fest, which is seems surprisingly well-done for a brand-supported festival.  The selection of metal bands is ace and the Scion logo is supposedly only on the name, posted and … Continue reading

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Okay, it’s international pancake day, great.  In my opinion, if it’s a day of the week, it’s pan

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Okay, it’s international pancake day, great.  In my opinion, if it’s a day of the week, it’s pancake day.  Might try some with BBQ sauce tonight (sup Mila! :D). I’ll let you know how that goes down. secretary: … Continue reading

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(via thebriskconvergence)

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(via thebriskconvergence)

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Guillermo is a 15 year old boy.

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Me: What are you doing? Guillermo: Looking for money. Me: What? This is not your office. Guillermo: I know. Me: Guillermo. What’re you doing? Guillermo: Looking for money so I can buy some sneeekers. Me: What? Snickers? Guillermo: Yeah, that’s … Continue reading

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minorjive

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minorjive: ayse: Freed Detainee Arrives in Britain – NYTimes.com Binyam Mohamed is a year younger than my brother. I can’t imagine how I would feel if my brother had been “detained” by my country in … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Gray and Grey

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Link: The Difference Between Gray and Grey From the site: So what, then, is the difference between the two spellings? According to Google Answers, the two words have almost the same meaning in all cases, and g-r-a-y is … Continue reading

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I love how hoodrat names and Indian names are similar.

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e1ectricfeel: mel0di: Latika? Shanika? It could go either way. a lot of “hoodrat” names are actually ethnic in origin.  I lot of the “sha” suffixes and “ghetto” names in general are either of arabic or hindu culture.  its … Continue reading

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What I Found This Week #6

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(via overflowing) How to be creative Washington Times releases open source Django projects ILoveBadThings.com Free Ringtones Ventones Trend de la Creme Lost at E Minor

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