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11 Things That Are Me #gifsgalore

By Kristance Harlow | June 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
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I have been too busy to write a new post for today but I did dig up something (har har..get it? Dig up something…cause the blog is digging to roam…). Inspired by Buzzfeed’s post “25 Things That Are Me” and since I am obsessed with animated gifs (check out my Tumblr #instalaugh where I post absolutely…

An Animated Christmas Card

By Kristance Harlow | December 28, 2009 | 0 Comments
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that’s what’s up

By Kristance Harlow | December 11, 2007 | 0 Comments
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*Update* Now the article I wrote has been completely removed from the paper’s website. I didn’t know that reporting on tenant’s opinions of their landlords was such a big issue. To think how much pull one landlord has in censoring media in a small Vermont city makes me worried about how much is censored because…

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