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October 21, 2007


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Ah. Zines. I think everyone made them, though I doubted they called it 'zine'... I know I made a zine when I was like 12... With my friend.

It was so traumatic I refuse to remember what was in it. I think I"m safer that way


Jane — LOL! Sounds like an intense foray into some adventurous pre-adolescent zine making.

Mark Goren

Kristin – great video! Hope you still have a copy of your first one. How about you picture of it?


Mark — I'll be on the phone to my mom tonight. If she's got a copy of the first one, I'll post it here. Great idea! More soon. :)

S William Shaw

Just wanted to say hi. What's new? It's been a while...


Hey Steve! Welcome back. I see from you're blog that you've been busy writing — excellent! Keep on being wordy. (I just left a comment on your blog.)

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