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Wed

30

JAN

2002

Jish Meets Mister Rogers?

I think Jish has been watching Mister Rogers again. Jish of the Webloggers Webring asked us to meet our webring neighbors by adding a note to our next weblog entry as an experiment.

Without further ado, here’s the note:

Jish asked me to say HI! to my webloggers webring neighbours.
» to the left of me: Cluttered Life.
» to the right of me: What I Really Meant to Say.

So check them out when you get a chance. More interesting adventures.

By the way, if you visit the Mister Rogers Web site and have a sound card, you’ll get to hear Mister Rogers welcoming you as a Web site neighbor! So now you too can have music to enjoy while visiting my webring neighbors. What a life.

Note: Kidding aside, Jish has a nice idea going with checking out the neighboring webring links, especially since he just revamped them all. My wacko humor naturally thought of Mister Rogers' song (along with an old Saturday Night Live skit with Eddie Murphy playing Mister Rogers), and I mean no disrespect toward Jish’s latest idea.

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