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finished E.T. (enjoyed w/ a ba…

Posted on Saturday, August 8th, 2009 under Status | No comments

finished E.T. (enjoyed w/ a bag of Reese's Pieces, of course) & add installed new typefaces (up to 5,739 in 13 different categories). Now...

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