Scott Hardie | July 7, 2002
I just wanted to thank you all for contributing to this weblog. There have been times where I've been the only contributor for long stretches, and times when only Derek or Matt or Jackie helped me. But looking through the entries on the main index, which covers the last ten days, I see Matt, Lori, Daniel, Kelly, and Jackie. And Anna wrote something almost recent enough to be on the list, too. Thanks for using and making TC, everybody.

Lori Lancaster | July 7, 2002
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Kelly Lee | July 8, 2002
That's just cause I'm bored, yo.

K. R. | July 8, 2002
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