Salty!

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7 Responses to Salty!

  1. Anonymous says:

    ha ha! So true… I have a bag of bean paste (enough to last months in one bag) That I mix into my Japanese- Style desperation soup. It’s not too bad! =)

  2. Monique says:

    That was hillarious!!!! I hope everything is ok been thinking about you alot. I hope everything is wonderful (gonna go and peek through some more :D)

  3. Anonymous says:

    You are brilliant.

    I had an idea for a card…the intersection between circles “Education”, “Learning” and “Knowledge” – education alone=all book no larnin’, learning alone=curiousity, knowledge=street smarts; education+learning=front row in class, (etc etc etc). Anyway…it looked cool in my head.

  4. Thant Zin says:

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  5. kenrodoff says:

    You get a lot of anonymous comments. Why is that?

    When I was in college, I often attended Mad Dog and Velveeta parties.

    Yummy in my tummy.

    You know what I find really interesting: anonymity in blogs.

    Let’s be honest: you sure seem quite bright and tuned-in. In any other medium, you would be known.

    I find your blog amazing, but I’ also quite disconnected in the fact that beyond a link to buy t-shirts, not much else is known about you.

    Have others expressed curiosity about you?

    You’re talented. Usually, talented people get recognized.

    Why are bloggers so hidden and cryptic? That’s a general, gosh-can-you-help me sort of question, not specific to you.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Good idea. :)

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