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September 26, 2008


So funny -- daughter heard "Girls Just Want To..." yesterday and told me she wants to listen to it again.

OK, I'll think about this one and post soon. :-)

There was music in the 80s? Just kidding. I will have to think about this one, it was so looooong ago. LOL.

All Oingo Boing songs
'Two Tribes' by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
'Belly of the Whale' by Burning Sensations
Any song from INXS 1984 The Swing album

All of the above is on YouTube!

hey 80's is great! i love retro music :D and i like your that list of music, excellent choice of music! cool!

Cool list of songs,, Actually all the songs listed are my favorite,,I'm from the 80's,,^_^

You're constantly working selflessly to meet your partner's needs, but you're not looking after you.

somehow located your blog while looking for a article for a class, but I have to say I'm glad I found it ...will definately come back sometime.

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I am glad it was appropriately punished. I don't work in a big agency, i am an independent, so I don't have any insight into how agencies bill, but I know how I do it, and there is no padding there, so for others to muddy that up is pretty irritating indee

"We are almost out of time" for a compromise, warned President Barack Obama as U.S. financial markets trembled at the prospect of economic chaos next week.

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