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  1. The year my life changed
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  2. Armen
    Armen Published |

    I had no idea you’ve been online for so long, Justin. I had an interesting peak at some of the posts I missed before I found your site.

    For the record, a Unitarian Universalist is just another name for a heretic ;)

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  3. Erika
    Erika Published |

    Just came across your blog. Very nice.. sounds like you had an interesting year!

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  4. Natarsha
    Natarsha Published |

    Have a Safe and Happy New Year!

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  5. Julian Johannesen
    Julian Johannesen Published |

    thanks for all your hard work justin. i only found your blog a couple of months ago, but it’s been so helpful to me in getting a better grip on wordpress. have a great new year.

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  6. Justin
    Justin Published |

    Armen
    It seems like I’ve always been online, at least to me. You probably shouldn’t peek too much. Most of the earlier stuff isn’t worth reading. :)

    Yeah, a “heretic;” that’s a good way to put it.

    Erika
    Thanks for taking the time to read it. It has been an interesting year.

    Natarsha
    Thanks. I hope we get to meet while you’re out here in Korea.

    Julian
    No problem. I had so much help from the community when I first started learning WordPress that it’s only right that I give back in some way.

    Everyone
    I hope your new year is going great.

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  7. One Eyed View
    One Eyed View Published |

    Hi Justin,

    I actually just found your blog today and wanted to leave a quick note to thank you for such great and useful information and themes.

    Good luck in 2008!

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  8. Brown Baron
    Brown Baron Published |

    Looks like we’ll be having another fantastic year buddy. Those projects sound great.

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  9. Dem
    Dem Published |

    Good year well! hahaha… in blogging i started to blog :P and to trying to design my own themes. and now i’m trying magazine themes…in love. 2007 sucks. in work, so so.

    Happy new year from Argentina!

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  10. BoltClock
    BoltClock Published |

    “I hope to visit more Asian countries.”

    Come to Singapore when you can! Don’t get me started on what delightful attractions we have here for you… except a really uninteresting theme park with a severe lack of roller coasters.

    Happy new year.

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  11. Justin
    Justin Published |

    One Eyed View
    Thanks. I’m looking forward to 2008.

    Brown Baron
    I’m hoping for another fantastic year for the both of us. I’m still drawing out the plans for the new projects.

    Dem
    Good luck with the magazine themes. They can be a pain to design sometimes.

    BoltClock
    I’d love to stop by Singapore sometime. Unfortunately, it’s not at the top of my list of places to visit, so I’m not sure if I’ll come out there this year. I might have to teach another year out here just so I can travel more. There are so many great places to visit.

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  12. Keith
    Keith Published |

    Unitarian Universalist is basically a meta-religion, AFAIK. It’s like, “you can by a unitarian if you believe in anything.” I scored Liberal Quaker when I took it.

    23 is a good age. I remember 21 being my best year. It’s up-and-down.

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  13. Justin
    Justin Published |

    It’s funny how I could be any of these religions according to the quiz.

    1. Unitarian Universalism (100%)
    2. Reform Judaism (98%)
    3. Neo-Pagan (97%)
    4. Liberal Quakers (96%)
    5. Liberal Christian Protestants (86%)

    Maybe that’s why it scored me in the Unitarian class. As long as you believe something, you can join us…

    23. Give me a few more months, and I’ll be 24.

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  14. tiggerprr
    tiggerprr Published |

    hey! Happy New Year! I am still envying your adventure! :)

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  15. Justin Tadlock
    Justin Tadlock Published |

    Tiggerprr
    Happy New Year! I’m glad to see you’re back to blogging. I’ll have to stop by your site and catch up.

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