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December 21, 2005

Now Even Dimmer!

Strangely Dim got a new look yesterday. Finally you don't have to look at my glisteny face while you read. I can imagine the process:

That's the stupidest thing I've ever read.

"Whaddaya think, huh? huh? huh?"

"Oh, it's . . . nice."

Yes, now with complete anonymity and privacy you can read and mock Strangely Dim to your heart's content. And don't forget to go mock Loud Time while you're at it. Twice the strangeness at one low price!

Posted by Dave Zimmerman at December 21, 2005 8:38 AM Bookmark and Share


Awwww... too bad your face isn't staring at us anymore whilst we read. The exit sign is a nice touch, but it would be better if you were standing in front of it. ;)

Comment by: Dan Webster at December 21, 2005 9:51 AM

Bring back The Face!

Your fans demand it!

Comment by: Macon Stokes at December 21, 2005 11:37 AM

Good idea to remove the photos of your secret identity. A brief interlude before we get the spandex-clad action shot?

Comment by: Stephen Garner at December 21, 2005 2:52 PM

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Behind the Strangeness

Lisa Rieck is a reader and writer who likes to discuss good ideas over hot drinks and gets inspired by the sky. She takes in all kinds of good ideas as a proofreader for InterVarsity Press.

Rebecca Larson is a writer/designer/creative type who has infiltrated IVP's web department, where she writes and edits online content. She enjoys a good pun and loves the smell of freshly printed books.

David A. Zimmerman is an editor for Likewise Books and a columnist for Burnside Writers Collective. He's written three books, most recently The Parable of the Unexpected Guest. Follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/unexpguest. Find his personal blog at loud-time.com.

Suanne Camfield is a publicist for InterVarsity Press and a freelance writer. She floats ungracefully between work, parenting and writing, and (much to her dismay) finds it impossible to read on a treadmill. She is a member of the Redbud Writers Guild and blogs at The Rough Cut.

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