15.08.11 by Jeff

Booooooom Tumblr

We are officially on Tumblr! http://booooooom.tumblr.com/

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



  • sorry it took so long!

  • Waw, great bloc

  • David

    jeez gramps get with the times! haha

    I’m pretty sure birth certificates have tumblr links and twitter usernames printed on them these days…

  • Joel

    Awesome!! Now I can spend even MORE time on Tumblr…

  • drea

    YAAAAAAY!

    and i’m with joel on that… i spend way too much time on tumblr already

  • Excuse me, but.. fuck yeah.

  • Love how clean it is and that new snooker logo rocks!

    • thanks carson – it was just a doodle and i was gonna clean it up and then i kinda liked it imperfect

      • the logo i mean

  • there are applications that transfer the files here for the tumblr site. It would be great!

    • ya but what would be the point of a tumblr identical to the website?

  • I love that a tumblr site is dedicated to actually finding who makes these awesome images. I feel like those sites are like anonymous echo chambers most of the time. Way to go!

    • i feel the same way justin – thanks!

  • /|\

    yeah!!!

  • fantastic news!





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