That’s What it’s Like to be Famous

I had a look at some of my server logs tonight. I sometimes do that when there are other things I should do that I really don’t feel like start doing. Like packing the rest of my stuff. Looking at the logs I noticed a couple of very interesting things.

First off, my design has been ripped by someone else! Yay for that! In my eyes plagiarism is the best proof of my enormous design talent. Or something like that. Anyway, .beldin has used one of my themes on a site that is probably not meant for the public, so I won’t link to it. Good going, I’ll send the bill tomorrow.

A site I will link to is Chin-Wag (loads extremly slow at righ tnow). I have no idea what kind of site it is, but notice what’s located at the top of the page, just below the logo and the normal stuff you find at the very top of the page. Oh, joy.

I’ve got a lot of pictures downloaded from Cali es Cali piling up on my desktop these days, and I guess the only right way to get rid of them is to post them here. What’s your excuse?

Cali es Cali: Luz Helena Cali es Cali: Beatriz Cali es Cali: Ángela

And do any of you guys know what the hell “Cali es Cali” means?


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