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Stacy

Awww damnit! Did you change your blog design before me? Did we do it at the same time? We look like geeks who called each other to make sure we were both wearing the same clothes to school!

dragonlady474

I am so sick of hearing about them. I mean, they're such boring people, who the hell wants to know about them anyway??

Lisa

I think I changed mine like two days before you changed yours.

There's just really not a lot of designs that appeal to me from TypePad.

Great minds and all that!

Chris

True. Although I really haven't heard a lot about Tom and Katie recently. Not that I want to, mind you.

Videodrone

Who?

did I miss somthing?

Carri

I'm guilty of spending a pretty penny recently on the Jen & Brad mags but I get nauseated at the sight of Tom.

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