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February 15, 2008


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Thanks for the mention and all the interesting links. I love carnivals whether on the dirt, asphalt or the interwebs.

BV Lawson

Thanks for providing fodder for today's carnival, Clare! I actually like carnivals, too, my one unpleasant childhood experience notwithstanding. I guess it's mostly the food, though--where else can you get funnel cakes and deep-fried Snickers bars?

Ann Parker

Funnel cakes, yum! Now you're talking my kinda food (once a year, anyway) ... And how about all the carnival games? Tossing dimes onto glass plates, shooting hoops with basketballs, throwing darts at balloons ... well, attempting to, anyway. Never did win any stuffed animals.
And thank you ever so much for mentioning my etiquette posts on The Lady Killers. I'll be continuing them on Mondays throughout the month of February or until the chocolate is gone, whichever lasts longer...


I like the idea of discussing carnival's meatless origins under a picture touting foot-long hot dogs!
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Julia Buckley

A wonderful Carnival entry! Thanks for all the links--I especially loved the astronomy blog.


Great blog...i'll be a regular. And I invite everyone to come to ours, too

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