IVP - Strangely Dim - Rabbit

May 1, 2008


Well, it's the first of the month again, which means all over the world people are clamoring to be the first in their networks to say the word rabbit--or, on the East Coast, "rabbit, rabbit." I always get late night/early morning calls and e-mails when the calendar flips, and our Facebook group "Rabbit Uber Alles!" sees its only action for an entire lunar cycle.

Kudos to Dan, who posted first on Facebook. And a group hug for Andy, who only yesterday was psyching himself up for the challenge but today declared publicly that he "totally forgot." There there, Andy, you're good at some things, like culture making, for example.

To all the rest of you, keep trying. If you need a reminder, hop on by my house; I just saw a rabbit nibbling its way through my back yard.

Posted by Dave Zimmerman at May 1, 2008 6:31 AM Bookmark and Share


Why am I an East-Coaster and missing the "rabbit rabbit" joke?

Comment by: Jenn at May 3, 2008 10:00 PM

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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.

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