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Friday, April 14, 2006
This week, Folderol turned six years old. Yes. Six years. Amazing. Many, many thanks to everyone out there who has read, commented, sent in links, pointed out when things are askew, spread the word, and supported the weblog over the years!

To celebrate, I'm going to see She Wants Revenge tonight. (Well, it was a fortunate coincidence that they're in town this week.) Stop by and say hi!

News from Zazoo: Kings Island, now known as Paramount's Kings Island, is going to be known as something else soon because it's up for sale. I can't tell you how many days I spent at Kings Island, both visiting and working. Hopefully it'll survive the transition.

Found on ookee.com: a diagram showing who really runs the show in America (Cthulhu is at the top), and an actual gadget to discourage cats from walking across your keyboard. Hee!

Speaking of cats, if you're at a loss what to do this Easter weekend, you could go see the Moscow Cats Theatre, featuring real live acrobatic cats. I have no idea how they convince the cats to perform.

Have a spiffy weekend, everyone! See you Monday.

Jinnet @ 4/14/2006 : comments: 1
Comments: 1

11:43 AM  
Anonymous Bunny: Has it really been 6 years? WOW.

Thanks a million for all the hard work, commitment and entertaining enlightment.

If only all internet librarians were as cool and diverse as you maybe their conventions wouldn't be so dull... *wink*


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