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GraffitiMyBlog Wall #17

Since I started blogging a few months back, and then finding Bestest Blog. Linking, and then going Random Button Bl'urfing. One thing I noticed, especially in the comment sections of other blogs, was a comment--or I should say a simple " :) " smiley from Alex D. that would appear in many comment areas. Sometimes Alex would simply say Cool! to the blog host. That is, unless there was a spammer, flamer, or other comment annoyance, then Alex D. was quick to point that out to the Blog host. And yes, all of the signature comment styles of Alex D. also appeared on both my Blogs, (including pointing out my first spam commenter). Thanks Alex.
I have stopped at Alex's Blog R2K, quite a few times, and have enjoyed every visit. Seeing that it is Thanksgiving Weekend in Canada, it seems appropriate to describe Alex's R2K Blog as a "cornucopia" that overflows with Bloggy treats that would appease even the most voracious Bl'ilgrim, and not one post is a turkey! Unless he can find a Ninja Turkey. And with a hit counter of 64K, and counting, fast, Alex leaves them wanting more. You may also notice in Alex's Graffiti Wall, that he notes his friend Deepak. Alex emailed me, saying that he wanted to add Deepak The Great to his graffiti wall, because he feared that Deepak might shy away from painting up a wall himself. A great blogger, and a good friend too, that's Alex :)! Great job on the wall Alex, hope you had fun with it. Alex is a prolific blogger, and just click on his profile, you will see that he host four blogs. You might want to stop byAlex's New York Bathrooms on your visit too it's :) cool! And you'll never know when this info may come in handy!



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