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Oct. 18 In Blogs: Bugatti Kit Car, Bloodfest 2010, Pumpkin Cookies, and Rodney Glassman

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Today's entries:

Jackalope Ranch: Magical Moment by Luster Kaboom

Art on Wheels: Vintage Bugatti Kit Car

Up on the Sun: Bloodfest 2010, Dayglow, and the Arizona State Fair Over the Weekend

Is Selling Two Minutes of Silence the Weirdest Thing Thom Yorke has Ever Done?

Chow Bella: Pumpkin Showdown: Pumpkin Cookies with Brown Sugar Frosting

Andre Extra Dry Champagne

Valley Fever: ASU Student Shot Near Campus Sunday Dies

Rodney Glassman's Latest Campaign Video is Embarrassing Watch; Complete With Rodney Singing Arizona Version of "Sweet Home Alabama" and Dancing Like Forest Gump

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