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11.7.05

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lable%20girl

happy monday everyone. hope you all had nice weekends. i spent mine seeing war of the worlds (not bad) and kicking some serious butt in street hockey (take that tuques of steel! and hi heather from the dark rainbows!). ok, i didn't actually kick any butt. i ended up nearly passing out because i was so hot and being of no use to my team, but hey, i tried. a lovely d*s reader passed these on and i wanted to post them in the spirit of change. i get bored really quickly and constantly want to change things, so i think the idea of stickers you can put on your laptop is pretty fun. they're not regular stickers because you can remove them without all the gunky sticker glue and change them as often as you like. they have 7 designs to chose from right now, but are committed to adding more asap. i'm of course fond of the d*s type asterisk design, as well as the scroll design. they're only $20 a pop, so it's not a bad way to add a little color to your laptop when the black, white or steel thing isn't doin it for ya. they also make them for ipods ($6). you can find more info and order online right here.

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Anonymous Margo Pearson said...

I thought War of the Worlds wasn't horrible, but not too good either. It was supense, action, suspense, suspense, over. No explanation of how the son made it home, and the ending has to be explained to us by Morgan Freeman. But I suppose it could have been worse.

7:05 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

and how are we supposed to believe that the whole boston half of the family made it through unscathed? in their nicest clothes? their house didn't even have any broken windows...

d*s

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too many gimmicks... The best $12 is spent on my laptop was a shaggymac screen protector

http://www.shaggymac.com

I highly reccemend these to any laptop user!

2:05 PM  

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