Archive for November, 2009

11/30/2009 – Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo. BLOG!

Posted in Blogspot Blogs on November 30, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #233: Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo. BLOG!

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Fun with grammar! Also I can’t believe that buffalobuffalobuffalobuffalobuffalo at blogspot is already taken. Who other than me wants that blog?

11/29/2009 – Not as important as Studio 60

Posted in Blogspot Blogs on November 29, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #232: Not as important as Studio 60

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I did nothing today but watch multiple episodes of Studio 60. There are many more important things I could have done today. I detail those things.

11/28/2009 – Business Cards I Want

Posted in Blogspot Blogs on November 28, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #231: Business Cards I Want

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Useless business cards that I would enjoy having. Inspired by Wes Battle.

11/27/2009 – The Presidential Mint Collection

Posted in Blogspot Blogs on November 27, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #230: The Presidential Mint Collection

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Thanksgiving makes me think of America. It also makes me watch a lot of movies and T.V. These dollar coins that the treasury has secretly released combines the two. And honestly, they’re just as good as a Van Buren dollar coin.

11/26/2009 – Hand Turkeys Give Thanks

Posted in Blogspot Blogs on November 26, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #229: Hand Turkeys Give Thanks

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The most thanksgivingy blog ever.

11/25/2009 – Aloha! Hawaiian Thanksgiving!

Posted in Blogspot Blogs on November 25, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #228: Aloha! Hawaiian Thanksgiving!

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Recipes for thanksgiving, Hawaiian style.

11/24/2009 – Bach or Not

Posted in Tumblr Blog on November 24, 2009 by theyearoftheblog

Blog #227: Bach or Not

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Another in the series of widely popular “something that rhymes with not or not” series. I seriously think this series is the best stuff I’ve ever done. And everyone agrees with me.