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An announcement for the ages...

It is finished. What was an idea only 6 months ago is now a reality. I have created and am part of a new blog. Its called The Blackhouse Society of Boston. Its pretty rad, I worked on the stupid banner for like 3 hours yesterday, and the rest of the site took even longer to get it the way i wanted it to, and so that the menus wouldn't block the banner. But I am exceedingly pleased with the results. You should all check it out, its on an open commenting format, so anyone can include their own content in the form of a comment they make on the website. So go and express your opinions! Keep checking Blackhouse Society of Boston (BSB for short) frequently because I know it will be updated more than my site will. Though you should never stop checking Life of Randy.

In other news, I don't have a job, which is midly to sort-of alarming. Sonny said I can work at camp for weeks 5, 6 and 7, but I have to figure out a way to get some income. I don't wanna just take any random job, or a job that is going to lock me down for the whole summer (though I know I may have to). My new thing is going into construction sites and selling old things I find there that the builders want me to take off there hands. If you guys wanna buy THE sweetest old refridgerator, or you know someone that does, click here. I am selling that thing, pretty sweet huh? No but seriously the market for these things is in the $750-$2000 range (not even kidding you, check the rest of the site) and I am trying to dish it right now to a lady in South Dakota for $800. She wants the $800 to include shipping though and she can bite me.

Seriously, all South Dakota can.
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