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Friday, August 27 2004 @ 01:39 AM
Thursday, August 26 2004 @ 03:41 PM
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Sunday, August 01 2004 @ 09:40 PM
This is a test of a new design for candleblog. This is just a test. For now, the real candleblog can be found at candleboy.com/weblog
Friday, July 30 2004 @ 09:02 PM
The title of this post expresses how I feel about having been lax in my Candleblog updating duties. It's been a busy few days touring all over the Pacific Northwest. Thank you Dan and Ntodd for not leaving the blog a desolate wasteland of wordlessness. The title also happens to be the word spoken most frequently by the inhabitants of British Columbia. Those are some polite *censored*ing people. Vancouver was realy fun. Hummuspants has found a very nice home. It's a big city, but very comfortable. And the sushi... did I mention the sushi? Well, it defies texual description, so just imagine it. mmmmmmmm. I intend to write more thouroughly on this topic, but one of the Vancouver highlights was a fireworks display. I was in Florida on the Fourth of July and my brother asked me if I wanted to go see a fireworks display and I explained that fireworks aren't really my thing. I mean, they're okay and everything, I've just never been one to to "ooh" and "ahh" over them. I told him that for a fireworks show to really impress me it would have to be the most amazing, ridiculous, phantasmagorical pyrotechnic display in the world. Well on Wednesday night Vancouver hosted China's entry in the HSBC Celebration of light, the world championship fireworks competition. I was... well, I was impressed. We're back in Portland now and I still don't have much blogging time, but I should be able to resume some semblance of regularity. I also have many photos to share so stay tuned!
Friday, July 23 2004 @ 05:51 PM
Friday, July 23 2004 @ 04:47 AM
...the online journal of Vermont filmmaker, Bill Simmon. Bill uses Candleblog as a repository of pop culture ephemera, amusing anecdotes and anything else he thinks is web-worthy.
fun words to say in a vermont accent