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as for me and my blog

i have been asked to be a part of a group or collaborative blog, called 'as for me and my blog.' i have already posted a couple of times, and invite you to check out what some of the other writers have to say as well. the founder of the site is one of my roommates from college, a deep thinker and passionate guy who i have always respected. check it out...


Anonymous said…
Hey Greg I would like to know if i could have your e-mail...i belive i had it at some point it seems to have gotten lost in the deep regions of my computer...and i know we are not suposed to talk to you but i'm wondering if i could have your e-mail to act like a friend not a talk to you every day cause i miss you kinda thing(no idea what im saying here...ha)but i've been thinking of things and i've been wanting to ask you about them and just kept forgetting. So in the end of this waaaaayyyy to long comment ill just say if you would like e-mail me at

Peace- Drew
Anonymous said…
oh yah and P.S. i like the other blog good did make me laugh out loud aswell...well im off to bed...Night

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