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Archive for February, 2008

It’s relatively well-known that Cary Retlin is named after a real person, and so are his brothers Ben and Steig. Some may also know that Steig Retlin did Amalia’s sketches in California Diaries. So I googled him, to see what he’s up to these days, and he has a website called Plastic Flesh with a [...]

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So here’s the secret project I’ve been hinting at… a brand new BSC Wikipedia, using actual wikipedia software. Go check it out and edit some pages, there’s been a ton of work done on it already!

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I am busy with schoolwork, preparing for my future, and the launch of a Very Special Stoneybrookite project on Monday (hopefully). But for now, it’s time for Fun With Photoshop. I saw this picture of Jennifer Missoni on GFY and thought, “Wow, Mary Anne with dyed blond hair.” To make the transformation complete, I gave [...]

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Yeah, I know, wrong holiday, but… it’s something which has been weighing on my mind. I posted about it on the boards, but i felt it was worth repeating here. In LS, there are several Easter-themed books. There’s Karen’s Bunny and Karen’s Easter Parade out of the ones I’ve read. In BSC, though, there is [...]

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My favorites never win! Since that’s really depressing, I decided to make my own list of bests/worsts. Feel free to post yours in the comments, or just write about how you disagree with my choices. I’m only going up to where the pageant has, so when more are posted I’ll add them. Best Kristy Book [...]

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I think that if Claudia were a real person alive today, she would totally have an Etsy shop. And it might be this one. (via Fops and Dandies) A more meaningful update will go up later today, but for now I just want to relate that word from my outsourced sources has lead me to [...]

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It always confused me why Jessi and Mallory only had one mystery each. After some lengthy discussion on the top at the BSC boards, I finally found the answer. Jessi and Mallory, at eleven years old, were simply too young to participate in any of the dangerous crime-solving that the much older thirteen-years-old sitters were [...]

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