Friday, May 12, 2006

Very Little Known Fever Sweeping the Globe!


It seems like just yesterday that we started this informative blog, when in fact it was the day before yesterday. So today, on our third anniversary, we'd like to share some of the new friends we have made just by bringing these Very Little Known Facts to light.


Andrew Beaujon linked to us recently. A resident of Alexandria, Virginia, Andrew's house is currently on the market, so check it out on his blog site
Jimmy Page's Sweater Vest. Andrew himself is an eccentric billionaire, and if you look carefully at the photos you will see that his house was built to the exact specifications of the blueprints included with the first edition of Edgar Allen Poe's famous story, "The Fall of the House of Usher." Also, it is haunted by the ghosts of several feral dogs. Thanks for the link, Andrew!

Jason Hartley, co-creator of the
Advanced Theory and long-time supporter of Worker's Rights, linked to us from NYC--the Big Apple, the City That Never Sleeps, capital of the great state of New York. He is married and has four Welsh Corgies named after The Three Musketeers plus The Count of Monte Cristo. Jason collects dulled razors and lo-fi stereo equipment from Scandanavia. His birthday is coming up on June 26, so be sure to drop him a line.

Rachel Sterling first came to Hollywood in 2000 as a lingerie spokesmodel and pin-up model. Her exotic mix of Apache, Korean and Mexican heritage really allows her to stand out in a crowd. George Michael personally requested her guest appearance as Hedda Gabler in his video "Freek" that was banned in the U.S. Although her family is deeply rooted in Texas, Rachel calls Los Angeles her home. She still finds time to give back to the community through charity work and fundraising. Rachel also finds time to work on her art book and various projects. Check out Rachel's informative
blog as soon as you get a chance.

2 comments:

Ja m said...

albany is the capital of new york

Jon Black and Britt Bergman said...

Thank you for your comment!!! New York, New York-the city so nice they named it twice! Although Albany was the capital of the antebellum north, New York City has been the capital since the early 1800's!!! Thanks again for your comment!