23.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

More snail mail! You have one more week to submit.

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Jeff come to the Cambie tonight

    • sorry didn’t see this! how was the cambie that night?

  • I still can not able to see mine ….; (

  • Dawn

    If it’s postmarked before the 30th, will you accept it?

    • as long as its sent out by the 30th its fine

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  • I’m glad to see my second envelope made it alright!

  • hey there,

    i’m wondering if my pics have arrived well, i know that being chosed is another story, but is that possible to know if you received them?

    cheers,

    manu

    • i will keep my eye out for yours ( will also double check through whats here) there’s a ton of envelopes sitting here that i have yet to go through

  • I m not too late this time..I will definitely try to post the envelope by tomorrow.I will be glad to be a part of this project.

  • sr

    just mailed mine now…

  • hey thank you jeff!

    i hope it has come out ok. it’s a huge white plastic envelope, they didn’t allow me to send just my plain envelope. 😛

  • I see mine from Texas! Awesome! This is such a great project!





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