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I used to have lot's of artifacts like that before I started videoblogging. Now it's kind of cool because I just vlog everything and I know the vlog is a somewhat permanent record so I don't need paper stuff anymore. I had too many boxes.
By Nathan Peters, at 2:29 AM, July 20, 2005
Very interesting way of looking at our past and future.... I think I will dig up some of my "Artifacts" this weekend. Excellent trip down memory lane. Thanks!
By Reg!, at 3:27 AM, July 20, 2005
ha! those stories were hilarious. that "no" book cracked me up.
By Zadi, at 8:35 AM, July 20, 2005
A beautiful episode! You still have that comedic side to you, obviously. It's funny to look back at stuff you did when you were younger, and remember something you would've otherwise forgotten.
By J. Das, at 11:17 AM, July 20, 2005
Very touching post Josh.Way to stick pretzles up your nose!--Nick
By Nick, at 1:40 PM, July 20, 2005
I loved the old school photos, and you did write some twisted stories back then.
By joel Leo, at 7:19 PM, July 20, 2005
Great Blog, Josh. I'm going to have to pull out memory lane next time I get home. I remember a story I wrote in school and at the time thought it was so great ... I wonder if it still exists.Thanks Davehttp://www.davidmeade.com
By David Meade, at 7:23 PM, July 20, 2005
hehe - I love artifacts. You had some great aspirations when you were a kid. I'm going to have to dig out my old stories and force Clint to listen to them all night long.
By Melanie, at 7:55 PM, July 20, 2005
How do you add video clips to a blog? Is there a link that I can use? Your site is really cool.
By Jessica, at 8:15 PM, July 20, 2005
Hey Josh,Thank you for inviting me to view your vlog. I wish I had known about you earlier. If you have a chance to check out my website, you'll see that I know alot of people in the comedy field. I'm not clear on whether or not you want to make films or do stand up. But....You know how to reach me if you want to reach out. Just wanted to thank you for the invite and sing your praises. Well done. Well done and God bless.Cheryl Shuman
By www.CherylShuman.com, at 9:54 PM, July 20, 2005
i love this post - i wish everyone would do a memory lane trip...we'd all learn so much about each other.
By backinblakk, at 11:31 PM, July 20, 2005
I'm so excited. My dad called me today to tell me he's shipping me 3 DVDs of old home movies from Christmases and family trips etc from my childhood. I've got videos from the time I was like 2. It's going to be most excellent. I'm so excited!
By Clint Sharp, at 3:31 AM, July 21, 2005
I want those books published. Freaking A.
By Dooser, at 7:21 AM, July 21, 2005
Nice one, Josh. The stories we tell and the memories we make are a large part of what defines us. We are never separate from our past until the stories fade from our memories.Way to go keeping the memories alive!
By Carl Weaver, at 9:14 PM, July 21, 2005
Really nice video Josh! I could tell that picture was you before watching the video because of the little crooked mouth - cute :) I have a bunch of stuff like that too. It's all at my parents, which happens to be where I am right now so I'll have to go through it. Thanks for the peek into your past. I really enjoyed this one!
By Erin, at 11:28 AM, July 22, 2005
very good video, as usual ... I've often thought what a gold mine video bloggers will be for historians fo the future ...
By Richard, at 1:32 PM, July 22, 2005
Josh, this video was hilarious...you really were quite talented back then. I mean why wouldn't you want brains on your french toast? Your vlogs are all really entertaining. Thanks!
By Rachel636, at 3:22 PM, July 22, 2005
My husband and I watched this Friday night (having not much else to do, I plugged the laptop into the TV and showed him some vlogs). We really enjoyed it-- he laughed a lot and said yours was the best out of the bunch we saw that evening. Good job! You really are funny.
By Mortaine, at 4:40 PM, July 24, 2005
THIS IS SO GREAT!! You're doing what you always wanted to do... making people laugh. Amazing. And your crooked smile was as cute back then as it is now! Thanks for sharing these memories with us Josh.
By Amanda, at 5:11 PM, July 24, 2005
Beautiful stuff! I love your trip down memory lane! My mom called today and they're going through stuff because they're selling the house where I grew up. Similar stuff. Thanks for giving us some childhood josh!
By Clark ov Saturn, at 5:45 PM, July 24, 2005
Leo, Came across your site after reading about it in the NY Times! Looks great.http://www.nytimes.com/2005/07/25/arts/25vlog.html?adxnnl=1&8hpib=&adxnnlx=1122307246-DfCJPXWAz8VVKz1RBr1Ekw
By J Bratt, at 12:02 PM, July 25, 2005
this was hilarius as usual, josh. the "no" book was a highlight, i think.okay so where are the awkward high school memories? :)
By annie!, at 3:17 AM, July 26, 2005
wow...im feeling a little nostalgic right now...and sad coz i think ive thrown some of my old things..waaaaaaaa..but it was cool watching urs and it cracked me up again.
By karen, at 2:59 PM, July 28, 2005
That was fantastic Josh. I think Lukas has a good idea there - we should all make a video like this.
By Verdi, at 5:06 PM, August 03, 2005
best video evr!yes, we should all do this.my mom is going through all of her old photos. i'm pretty sure i have a drawing of Mr T. somewhere too.
By Chuck Olsen, at 4:34 AM, August 04, 2005
Wow!!!!!!!...this one was really really cool, loved it:)
By Villagegirl, at 12:43 PM, October 11, 2005
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