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August 27, 2009



do some sunday shine songs Oh cawmaeoy hey come away hey . i am the bread of life lean on me . its something unpredictable and in the end its right i loved the slideshow from last year!much luck! I MISS YOU KANUGA! ahhhhhhhhhhhhh i want kanuga


There probably is no signle solution, as I'm sure you know, but you could do as I suggested and deal in specifics and not vague talk about bad guys. Are you now suggesting Chomsky and Klein are responsible for poverty and crime in big cities? This doesn't make a whole lot of sense, and tends to generate heat without light.


The entire 'upgrade' to all Google apps is like the Microsoft ribobn bar debacle; unwelcome and non-optional. I have to think that the Google interface testers have more screen real estate than I do and the aesthetic police lack any visual taste buds.

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