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Working for the Weekend

Posted on Friday, October 21st, 2005 under News | No comments

It is almost here ... no-tie Saturday! Woohoo! Plus, Batman Begins is showing at my house tonight!!!!

Enjoy some of the new stuff I am blogging all over the place and the new additions in the Portfolio area. If all goes well this weekend ... there may be a new, shall we say, "look" to the studio on Monday ... we will see.

Later!

P.S. Thanks to Sulley for helping me out at work ... he is just a dedicated employee!

P.S.S. Thanks to Vanessa for revealing the mystery that is origin of the M&Ms candy name ... Forrest Mars Sr. & Bruce Murrie, the two partners in the company! Check out the whole Wikipedia article here (there is some pretty sweet stuff in the M&Ms history!).

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