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A follow-up on our December story on Sir David Dixon: our friend was Freshly Pressed! All is now right with the world. If you haven’t read it yet, take a short trip his way, and enjoy. The post is here. The post is here. The post is here. The post is here. The post is here.
Tracy Fulks does Montreal. On film. And in 2752 words. I don’t care what Catfish says: you can make friends over the interwebs… I even met my wife on Plenty of Fish. Head over to Tracy’s blog to see Le Clown, behind the scenes, in the virtual flesh: here.
Reblogged from Speaker7: I am a full-fledged carnie, I’ll admit it. I pretty much do the bidding of a French-Canadian clown who can flex a singular ab muscle like nobody’s business. Why do I do this? I think it’s safe to say that I’m in a cult…or rather le cult. Le cult of le clown. … Continue reading
Reblogged from The Geek Anthropologist: For those of you who don’t know Le Clown yet, I recommend you check out his blog, A Clown on Fire. Recently, Le Clown created a Press releases section on his blog to gather all posts that have been written about him. The list goes on and on, and on … Continue reading
Reblogged from ASpoonfulofSuga: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wNpgY0y5lQ&w=540&h=334] As you all know I love to poke fun at things and a few days ago I did so again at the expense of WordPress and their sacrosanct institution that is ‘FreshlyPressed’. I was inspired by a comment from Edward Hotspur (Captn. of Team Edward) specifically: Freshly Pressed does focus on certain types of … Continue reading
Reblogged from brainsnorts inc.: Preface 1: I started this post thinking it would only be about three paragraphs, maybe 300 words. Not so. Preface B: I am not writing this to criticize anyone’s blog or suggest that anyone should do anything any differently than what they’re happy and comfortable doing on their blog. I’m writing … Continue reading
Reblogged from Black Box Warnings: From the Oxford Dictionary Definition of crazy – adjective (crazier, craziest): mad, especially as manifested in wild or aggressive behaviour. – archaic (of a ship or building) full of cracks or flaws; unsound. We’ve all had our moments of crazy. Little peeks behind the sanity curtain. In context, it’s fine, like screaming like a banshee … Continue reading
Reblogged from The Year of Halloween: Darlings, today is the first of October and it’s time to announce the big Halloween contest! This year’s contest is a combined Photo Scavenger Hunt and Costume Contest. You can choose to enter either contest or do them both and double your chance of winning something fabulous! We are … Continue reading
Reblogged from Fear No Weebles: First of all, thank you for choosing one of my posts to be Freshly Pressed. That was very nice of you, and I appreciate your not holding my fondness for swearing against me. I just have one teeny, tiny issue. It’s about that Le Clown guy. You knew this was coming, … Continue reading