Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Word on the street is...


you've heard the rumors and they've all been true...

17 comments:

Dooser said...

Good for you. I envy you, I wouldn't have the guts to move across the country like that.

Will VloggerCon still happen in NY?

Bev Sykes said...

You'll be happy to know that it's sunny and warm in San Francisco today!

Matt said...

Glad to have you on the West Coast. Maybe we'll meet this summer.

Anthony said...

Sniffle, sniffle, sad to hear you'll be leaving the great state of NY. But, I'm happy for you too. I hope and pray that the transition goes smooth for you guys.

missbhavens said...

I am far too chicken to pull up stakes and move across the country.

Good luck in that gorgeous city!

(you are always welcome to come visit our snow anythime!)

Enric said...

Will be good to see you two in the San Francisco area!

Le Flashing Blade said...

I love the snow. Good luck with the move.

Dave H. said...

"BURY ME UP!!!"

Good luck you couple o' crazies!

schlomo rabinowitz said...

You can move to my city, but I won't talk to you unless you give me a quarter.

Don't look me in the eye, or I'll bumfight you for your teeth.

On a different note: what sort of word verification is "krmcnl"? That's not a word. Blogger don't know words!

chris weagel said...

get all your belongings in garbage bags.
double-bag the heavier items.

do not check any of this, carry it all onto the train.

Sara Weagel said...

all i can say is...OH BOY, SAN FRANCISCO!!

JuanFalla said...

Good luck with the move! San Francisco steals two great 'easterners'. Can you say 'estarners'???

Brett said...

Aww. I'd always planned on meeting you tooz inn NYC. Guess it'll have to be in San Fransisco...

french/new/wave/nerd said...

finally! the news is out! the king and queen of vlogging were so accessible and now you're going to be on the other side of the nation... tsk.

-taxiplasm

chris weagel said...

Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in London, England, on April 16th 1889. His father was a versatile vocalist and actor; and his mother, known under the stage name of Lily Harley, was an attractive actress and singer, who gained a reputation for her work in the light opera field. Charlie was thrown on his own resources before he reached the age of ten as the early death of his father and the subsequent illness of his mother made it necessary for Charlie and his brother, Sydney, to fend for themselves. Having inherited natural talents from their parents, the youngsters took to the stage as the best opportunity for a career. Charlie made his professional debut as a member of a juvenile group called "The Eight Lancashire Lads" and rapidly won popular favour as an outstanding tap dancer.

jonny goldstein said...

Awesome. SF is a good place to be. We'll miss you though.

bre said...

Alright, come on over to the W coast!