[UPDATE: Oh, here it is: #10,000.]
Or rather, just 9,999 posts as of right now for Scott Beale of Laughing Squid, but #10,000 is just around the corner.
“There are 9999 blog posts on Laughing Squid written by Scott Beale.
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Bon Courage, Scott Beale.
Famous Frank Chu at OpBART 5, Market Street, USA:
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Is this the thing that everybody’s talking about tonight?
The LA Times says meteor.
Fireballs FAQ from your American Meteor Society.
Follow men’s eyes as they look to the skies
The shifting shafts of shining weave the fabric of their dreams
[UPDATE: Here we go, the impression of a Young Artist, suspiciously over-detailed:
Jill Padilla’s son Juan drew this pic right after seeing the strange lights. (credit: Juan Padilla)
Until next time…
Shooting stars never stop/
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Photographer Dustin Diaz continues his stab at Project 365 with the goal of posting a photo a day, for 365 days.
Good luck with that.
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