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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

RIP Tony Sheridan

 Singer-songwriter Tony Sheridan, an early supporter of the Beatles, has died in Hamburg aged 72 following a long illness, German media have reported.

Sheridan used the Beatles, then known as the Silver Beatles, as his back-up band when they played in the nightclubs of Hamburg's red light district in the 1960s before they were famous.


Sheridan died on Saturday, Der Spiegel reported on its website, citing a post by the musician's family on facebook. A search by Reuters found no such post.

The Beatles, playing under another guise as "The Beat Brothers", also backed Sheridan on his song "My Bonnie" and Sheridan last year played at the 50th anniversary of the legendary Hamburg Star club.




A 1962 performance including Ringo Starr on the drums at the Star Club with songs such as "Roll Over Beethoven" was a watershed performance that helped catapult the Beatles to fame. They were Sheridan's warm-up act that night.

"Tony was a good guy who we knew and worked with from the early days in Hamburg," Paul McCartney said in a statement on his website. "We regularly watched his late night performances and admired his style. He will be missed."




David told the leaders of the Levites 
to appoint their fellow Levites as musicians
 to make a joyful sound with musical instruments:
lyres, harps and cymbals.


350 comments:

  1. BabbaZee10:11 AM

    calling someone a name is intellectually lazy

    http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/won-rushed-article-1.1267200

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  2. BabbaZee10:11 AM

    Some demanded I apologize. Others implied I just committed career
    suicide. Others still politely suggested I commit actual suicide.

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  3. BabbaZee10:15 AM

    As for the gentleman on Twitter who dared me to cite an example, I’m happy to. If calling Sandra Fluke a “slut” last year for her position on contraception wasn’t the epitome of “crazy and stupid and dangerous,” allow me to explain the obvious.

    It was crazy because it invented an irrational connection between her private sex life and her political position. It was stupid because calling someone a name is intellectually lazy. Make an actual argument. And it was dangerous because it trafficked in the same kind of misogyny that liberals use when they blast conservative women for being sluts, prudes or sexually repressed. And that fell right into the well-crafted but dishonest “war on women” narrative that liberals had set up to (successfully) get President Obama re-elected.

    Rush is free to say whatever he wants, but how was that productive? And why did anyone defend it?

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  4. BabbaZee10:17 AM

    The Flying Camel's mind has been boggling like a Bhangra music video

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/north-korean-nukes-is-anyone-paying-attention/

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  5. BabbaZee10:18 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FW9WwsnVHDc&feature=youtu.be

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  6. BabbaZee10:22 AM

    15. "We must be careful about what we pretend to be."
    In Mother Night, apolitical expatriate American playwright Howard W. Campbell, Jr. refashions himself as a Nazi propagandist in order to pass coded messages on to the U.S. generals and preserve his marriage to a German
    woman—their "nation of two," as he calls it. But in serving multiple masters, Campbell ends up ruining his life and becoming an unwitting inspiration to bigots. In his 1966 introduction to the paperback edition, Vonnegut underlines Mother Night's moral: "We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." That lesson springs to mind every time a comedian whose shtick relies on hoaxes and audience-baiting—or a political pundit who traffics in shock and hyperbole—gets hauled in front of the court of public opinion for pushing the act too far. Why can't people just say what they mean?

    http://www.avclub.com/articles/15-things-kurt-vonnegut-said-better-than-anyone-el,1858/

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  7. BabbaZee10:23 AM

    http://www.avclub.com/articles/15-things-kurt-vonnegut-said-better-than-anyone-el,1858/

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  8. BabbaZee10:25 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlzQi-WYbdE&feature=youtu.be

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  9. BabbaZee10:39 AM

    Reposted from the last thread because it was so good

    write and thank her

    secupp@redsecupp.com

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  10. BabbaZee10:39 AM

    also reposted from last thread thank you Skippy V Patel

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  11. BabbaZee10:42 AM

    The Hagel (R) Confirmation Charade Continues
    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/the-hagel-confirmation-charade-continues/

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZO62upvOkiQ

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  12. BabbaZee10:43 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq1QP7e3R70

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  13. BabbaZee10:46 AM

    “The Disappearing Generals”

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/bunkerville-the-disappearing-generals/#comment-1717

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  14. BabbaZee10:47 AM

    our "colleagues" are fantastic at "pushing the act too far"

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  15. BabbaZee10:49 AM

    Who wants to be a messenger?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2W8aVDxeBY

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  16. BabbaZee10:51 AM

    Campbell ends up ruining his life and becoming an unwitting inspiration to bigots....

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  17. BabbaZee10:55 AM

    "There
    are plenty of good reasons for fighting, but no good reason ever to
    hate without reservation, to imagine that God Almighty Himself hates
    with you, too."

    (Kurt Vonnegut )

    Though this quote comes from the World War II-centered Mother Night (published in 1961), its wisdom and ugly truth still ring. Vonnegut (who often said "The only difference between Bush and Hitler is that Hitler was elected") was righteously skeptical about war, having famously survived the only one worth fighting in his lifetime. And it's never been more true: Left or right, Christian or Muslim, those convinced they're doing violence in service of a higher power and against an irretrievably inhuman enemy are the most dangerous creatures of all.

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  18. guess its morning, hi
    so Shalom

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  19. BabbaZee10:59 AM

    Shalom!

    new Johnny Marr album AKBAR

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwcVmgHke7U

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  20. am listening

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  21. http://film.britishcouncil.org/british-council-film-collection

    collection of British films, that I don't have time to watch, but anyhow...

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  22. http://www.crackle.com/c/Movies

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  23. BabbaZee11:07 AM

    ooooooooooooooooooo

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  24. BabbaZee11:08 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKFOWNqkbaU

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  25. http://www.bigfiveglories.com/

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  26. I got these off the Kim Kammando site, all I know is she says they are free and legal etc

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  27. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew/toronto-hospital-reviewing-baby-deemed-dead-sidewalk-birth-192655598.html

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  28. very good sound there
    yanno with these earphones I can pretty well hear the words

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  29. BabbaZee11:11 AM

    oh my GOD!

    A Toronto hospital is investigating how a newborn baby was declared dead after being born on a snow-covered sidewalk, only to be discovered alive more than 90 minutes later by an alert police officer while waiting for the coroner to pick up the body.

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  30. Good for that cop!!!!

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  31. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    I just listened to the whole record it is really good

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  32. newborns are trickly little people

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  33. How a Kitty Walked 200 Miles Home: The Science of Your Cat’s Inner Compass

    Read more: http://science.time.com/2013/02/11/the-mystery-of-the-geolocating-cat/#ixzz2LMWZpy5v

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  34. BabbaZee11:15 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_Lj0eMK-dU

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  35. yes so far really good

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  36. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    she may have gone and then come back again , she could have been dead when they thought she was dead and they said OH NO GO YOU GOTTA BACK THERE



    probably what happened to me and Bulgar

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  37. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    I think it is just Love

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  38. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    Pussy aint walkin 200 miles home if she dont love you

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  39. BabbaZee11:18 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIVx2dbWzvY

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  40. “Swoon” takes a kitchen-sink approach to the subject of men who ravish the world. In exhaustive fashion (there are 65 pages of footnotes), Prioleau outlines the many traits that make classic ladies’ men irresistible; provides copious examples from throughout history, literature and modern culture; and rails against the romance-repelling pick-up scene of recent years as defined by Neil Strauss’ 2005 best-seller, “The Game.”

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/books/secrets_of_don_juan_fJnwMkBGFLqZHdESd9xiaK

    i has my own theories

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  41. how and why

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  42. BabbaZee11:20 AM

    do tell!

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  43. BabbaZee11:21 AM

    well that's just mechanics

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  44. BabbaZee11:22 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_qPTyy4itI

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  45. BabbaZee11:25 AM

    “art originated as a courtship display,”

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  46. BabbaZee11:26 AM

    Prioleau shows how the intoxicating mix of traits that make women swoon
    often goes deeper than the obvious looks, status and riches, at times
    bypassing them altogether.

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  47. I thought that was an interesting concept!

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  48. BabbaZee11:27 AM

    When he kissed a woman, the poet became “a Michelangelo of oral
    pleasure” who “fondled eyelids with his tongue” and planted “stinging
    kisses” on necks and genitals over “long intoxicating nights.”


    weeeeeeeeeeeee!

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  49. http://biertijd.com/mediaplayer/?itemid=34305

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  50. BabbaZee11:29 AM

    would you... kissah mah eyes?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ech6pZoBJ4


    lay me down
    in silence easy
    to be born again

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  51. BabbaZee11:29 AM

    makes sense to me

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  52. How a Kitty Walked 200 Miles Home: The Science of Your Cat’s Inner Compass



    http://science.time.com/2013/02/11/the-mystery-of-the-geolocating-cat/?iid=hl-category-mostpop2#ixzz2LMWZpy5v

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  53. well, I think the writer is correct in saying that he takes her out of her skin, to a better world etc, but I think a big lot of seduction is answering the unspoken thoughts that worry her, taking all that away...then there is the buzzing lol, gotta buzz
    its a sound in some voices that comforts

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  54. phooey, my dns blocker blocked it

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  55. haha, nobody reads my silly pink posts!

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  56. BabbaZee11:35 AM

    see below !!

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  57. EXCLUSIVE! MICHELLE OBAMA’s JEALOUS RAGE: “STAY AWAY FROM THAT WOMAN!”




    MICHELLE OBAMA cast an ugly shadow over her husband’s second inau­guration when she flew into a jealous rage over a sexy Hollywood star.

    Sources in Washington, D.C., re­vealed exclusively to The ENQUIRER that the first lady, 49, exploded at Barack behind closed doors over “Scandal” beauty Kerry Washington.

    Michelle is said to be so insecure about the president’s appeal to Kerry and other beauties she got a new hairstyle that takes years off her appearance and, coincidentally, closely re­sembles the 35-year-old actress’ look.

    “Michelle’s jealous rage put a damper on the inauguration, but at least the meltdown took place behind closed doors,” a White House source told The ENQUIRER. “The public only saw her smiling and supporting him. But, believe me, it was one of their ugliest fights ever.

    “Michelle got it in her mind that Barack was finagling to have Kerry added to more committees so they could spend time together.”


    http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/exclusive-michelle-obamas-jealous-rage-stay-away-woman#.USOXyQrk77s.twitter

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  58. mhm....people keep asking me if I am getting rid of Ethyl cause she bit me and made me sick....hahah...she can't help being a cat and kind of crazy. No the durn cat stays.

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  59. But but but.......I wanted to do it Bhangram style?

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  60. I would definitely stay away from that woman for any reason, she appears quite crazy and mean.

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  61. that said, I am sorry for her

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  62. BabbaZee11:38 AM

    ahahaha

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  63. BabbaZee11:41 AM

    me too


    But I can understand wanting to put a cigarette out in the eye of some chick that wants yer man


    llolollolollol


    acting on it is a whole other story

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  64. Critical Condition
    Conservatives were right about ObamaCare, a lefty website concedes.
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324616604578306191810153854.html?mod=WSJ_Opinion_MIDDLETopOpinion

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  65. BabbaZee11:41 AM

    FORKLIFTS!

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  66. BulgarWheat11:44 AM

    yep. I keep getting sent back.


    I try not to take it personally.

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  67. its a sign of regard

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  68. http://www.amazon.com/Hadji-Murad-Leo-Tolstoy/dp/0914061542

    Tolstoy's last book. Never heard of it.

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  69. BabbaZee11:47 AM

    http://www.roku.com/?gclid=CI7m3YPpwrUCFfBDMgodaxAAXQ

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  70. I didn’t go to college, let alone law school. So when I started joking a few years back—in response to my own legal troubles—that “libel is what we got when we abolished dueling,” I had no idea that’s exactly what happened.

    “The offence originated in England at the time of the Court of Star Chamber with the intention of preventing dueling,” explains one of Canada’s top lawyers in his recent call for the abolition of our criminal libel laws.


    Please share this article by using the link below. When you cut and paste an article, Taki's Magazine misses out on traffic, and our writers don't get paid for their work. Email editors@takimag.com to buy additional rights. http://takimag.com/article/bring_back_the_duel_kathy_shaidle/print#ixzz2LMerAdqr

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  71. BabbaZee11:52 AM

    you are a berry berry bad man!

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  72. BabbaZee11:54 AM

    stupid people!

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  73. BabbaZee12:00 PM

    hooo hooo!

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  74. BabbaZee12:02 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eB-h1lvlnGY&feature=youtu.be

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  75. hm, I guess. I never worried about em. Silly wenches get nowhere with YKW, he is too innocent to know when he's being hit on. Men did it too. Hahaha

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  76. Nice report on Tony Sheridan btw.

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  77. BabbaZee12:08 PM

    llollollllolllolllo

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  78. doesn't have the energy of the original but sweet anyhow

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  79. http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Smoking-to-be-Banned-in-Cars-191755921.html?dr

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  80. Conn. wants to ban smoking in cars.

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  81. (Reuters) - North Korea threatened South Korea with "final destruction" during a debate at the United Nations Conference on Disarmament on Tuesday, saying it could take further steps after a nuclear test last week.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/02/19/us-nkorea-threat-idUSBRE91I0J520130219

    blahblahblah,

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  82. BabbaZee12:19 PM

    made me boohoo

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  83. BabbaZee12:19 PM

    he was so great really

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  84. BabbaZee12:29 PM

    Which passed in the Supreme Court based on Romney Care

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  85. BabbaZee12:40 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SPpewZGXLM&feature=youtu.be

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  86. Danger Dogs of Nepal
    http://www.neatorama.com/2013/02/18/Danger-Dogs-of-Nepal/

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  87. http://www.nepaldog.com/

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  88. pbird1:02 PM

    https://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/orwell46.htm

    George Orwell, "Politics and the English Language," 1946

    I bet you already posted this huh?

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  89. pbird1:03 PM

    Meaningless words. In certain kinds of writing, particularly in art criticism and literary criticism, it is normal to come across long passages which are almost completely lacking in meaning.† Words like romantic, plastic, values, human, dead, sentimental, natural, vitality, as used in art criticism, are strictly meaningless, in
    ***
    I include amazing and vibrant..ew

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  90. pbird1:17 PM

    But if thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought. A bad usage can spread by tradition and imitation even among people who should and do know better. The debased language that I have been discussing is in some ways very convenient. Phrases like a not unjustifiable assumption, leaves much to be desired, would serve no good purpose, a consideration which we should do well to bear in mind, are a continuous temptation, a packet of aspirins always at one's elbow. Look back through this essay, and for certain you will find that I have again and again committed the very faults I am protesting against. By this morning's post I have received a pamphlet dealing with conditions in Germany. The author tells me that he "felt impelled" to write it. I open it at random, and here is almost the first sentence I see: "[The Allies] have an opportunity not only of achieving a radical transformation of Germany's social and political structure in such a way as to avoid a nationalistic reaction in Germany itself, but at the same time of laying the foundations of a co-operative and unified Europe." You see, he "feels impelled" to write -- feels, presumably, that he has something new to say -- and yet his words, like cavalry horses answering the bugle, group themselves automatically into the familiar dreary pattern. This invasion of one's mind by ready-made phrases (lay the foundations, achieve a radical transformation) can only be prevented if one is constantly on guard against them, and every such phrase anaesthetizes a portion of one's brain.

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  91. BBC - Neil Young - In Concert 1971


    http://youtu.be/LWlD7R9VdrM

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  92. Smoking to Be Banned in Cars? in Ct.

    http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Smoking-to-be-Banned-in-Cars-191755921.html?dr

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  93. pbird1:20 PM

    A World Without Jews

    An exhilarating new intellectual history argues that anti-Judaism is at the heart of Western culture

    http://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-arts-and-culture/books/123971/a-world-without-jews?all=1#

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  94. BabbaZee1:20 PM

    ten thousand times even back at the candy mountain!

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  95. BabbaZee1:20 PM

    BEWARE OF CHICKENS!

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  96. BabbaZee1:21 PM

    and will post ten thousand more times too nyah and good that you posted now because it's been a while

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  97. Charlie Daniels ‏

    What does it profit a man if h gains the whole world but loses his own soul. No office,no amount of money,no measure of power is worth it.`

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  98. pbird1:26 PM

    That is why the theological debates in the early church, leading up to Saint Augustine, were often cast as arguments about Judaizing. Marcion, a 2nd-century-CE heretic, followed Paul’s denigration of “the letter” to the point of discarding the entire Old Testament (as the Hebrew Bible was now known); to keep reading Jewish scriptures was to miss the point of Christ’s radical newness. On the other hand, Justin Martyr, Marcion’s orthodox opponent, believed that this reduction of the Old Testament to its merely literal content was itself a way of repeating a “Jewish” error. In other words, both Marcion and Justin each accused the other of Judaizing, of reading and thinking like a Jew. This, too, would become a pattern for subsequent Christian (and post-Christian) history: If Judaism was an error, every error could potentially be thought of as Jewish. “This struggle to control the power of ‘Judaism,’ ” Nirenberg writes, “will turn out to be one of the most persistent and explosive themes of Christian political theology, from the Middle Ages to Modernity.”

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  99. pbird1:28 PM

    The common thread in Anti-Judaism is that such accusations of Jewishness have little to do with actual Jews. They are a product of a Gentile discourse, in which Christians argue with other Christians by accusing them of Judaism. The same principle holds true in Nirenberg’s fascinating later chapters. When Martin Luther rebelled against Catholicism, he attacked the church’s “legalistic understanding of God’s justice” as Jewish: “In this sense the Roman church had become more ‘Jewish’ than the Jews.” When the Puritan revolutionaries in the English Civil War thought about the ideal constitution for the state, they looked to the ancient Israelite commonwealth as described in Judges and Kings.

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  100. pbird1:30 PM

    seemed familiar but i loves it

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  101. pbird1:32 PM

    A Hotel That Lets You Sleep Like a Homeless Person

    http://www.neatorama.com/2013/02/18/A-Hotel-That-Lets-You-Sleep-Like-a-Homeless-Person/

    oh my, be careful of what you pretend

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  102. pbird1:34 PM

    10 Ways Recycling Hurts the Environment
    http://listverse.com/2013/01/27/10-ways-recycling-hurts-the-environment/

    ha! vindication

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  103. pbird1:36 PM

    And that’s not even considering the recycling facilities. One recycling plant in Washington state produces more toxic emissions than any other factory in the region. And the next three biggest polluters in the area? Yeah, they’re also recycling plants.

    its a damnable religion around here

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  104. Fucking Komie! DO NOT LISTEN!!!!!!!

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  105. pbird1:40 PM

    The biggest reason recycling hurts the environment doesn’t have anything to do with the technical process—it’s the mindset it gives people. The idea is that by putting materials in the recycle bin, by buying products made from recycled material, we’re saving the environment—we’re all a team of individual Captain Planets, kicking pollution to the curb. But how effective is that when the US alone still produces 250 million tons of trash every year?

    Recycling’s main impact is to convince us that it’s okay to be wasteful in other areas, because we make up for it through recycling. It encourages consumption, rather than pointing out ways to reduce consumption overall.

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  106. Dayylod = Day Old



    Are = our

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  107. pbird1:41 PM

    I'd like to think (and
    the sooner the better!)
    of a cybernetic meadow
    where mammals and computers
    live together in mutually
    programming harmony
    like pure water
    touching clear sky.
    I like to think
    (right now, please!)
    of a cybernetic forest
    filled with pines and electronics
    where deer stroll peacefully
    past computers
    as if they were flowers
    with spinning blossoms.

    I like to think
    (it has to be!)
    of a cybernetic ecology
    where we are free of our labors
    and joined back to nature,
    returned to our mammal brothers and sisters,
    and all watched over
    by machines of loving grace.

    -- -- by Richard Brautigan

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  108. pbird1:46 PM

    oh Heaven forfend!

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  109. "Well, I hope Neil Young will remember

    a southern man don't need him around anyhow"

    Somewhere, Ronnie is still having a good laugh at Alabama officials and
    Neil Young bashers. Such is the duality of the southern thing.

    Well, I heard Mister Young sing about her

    Well, I heard ole Neil put her down.

    Well, I hope Neil Young will remember

    a southern man don't need him around anyhow.

    (Play and listen to a MP3 sample clip of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama")

    (Play and listen to a MP3 sample clip of Neil Young's "Southern Man")

    (Play and listen to a MP3 sample clip of Neil Young's "Alabama")

    Known as a response record,such songs "refer directly to a previous hit and usually do it in a
    catty, mischievous way". The lines in "Sweet Home Alabama" are a direct response to Young's anti-racist, anti-cross burning "Southern Man" and
    "Alabama" songs. Lynyrd Skynyrd's comeback was intended to mean, at first glance, "Thank you for your opinion Neil, now leave us alone."

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  110. pbird1:48 PM

    you knows we love that old fart

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  111. pbird1:49 PM

    mhm, lol

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  112. More Kommies from BabbaZediness!

    http://youtu.be/QnS8577gBNc

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  113. pbird1:54 PM

    Prison and the Poverty Trap
    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/19/science/long-prison-terms-eyed-as-contributing-to-poverty.html?ref=science&_r=1&

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  114. pbird1:57 PM

    aw...Tom

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  115. BabbaZee1:57 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnS8577gBNc&feature=youtu.be

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  116. BabbaZee1:58 PM

    They are a product of a Gentile discourse, in which Christians argue with other Christians by accusing them of Judaism

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  117. BabbaZee2:05 PM

    damn right

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  118. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Live 12.31.78 New Years Eve concert Santa Monica

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  119. pbird2:17 PM

    Refugee

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  120. pbird2:20 PM

    Tom Petty was born and raised in Gainesville, Florida, and attended Gainesville High School. His interest in rock and roll music began at age 10 when he met Elvis Presley.
    love those southern musicians

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  121. pbird2:21 PM

    yeah...

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  122. pbird2:23 PM

    Graduates of Arts-Focused Schools Are Shown to Rack Up the Most Student Debt
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324432004578306610055834952.html?mod=e2tw

    not my kid, she doesn't owe a cent, made sure she didn't with scholarships and grants

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  123. BabbaZee2:25 PM

    a vietnamese boat person stole my scholarship to SVA


    alls I got was a one way ticket ta palookasvile!

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  124. BabbaZee2:30 PM

    Yusuf Ibrahim, a Muslim man, targeted and murdered two Coptic Egyptian Christian men who lived and worked in New Jersey. He beheaded them and cut off their hands. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=M8Kz78IaGE4

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  125. pbird2:32 PM

    I hate that shit

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  126. pbird2:33 PM

    I couldn't get a scholarship to the pound

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  127. BabbaZee2:36 PM

    llollolllllolllooll

    there was a boat person - so when i go for the interview the guy told me on the sly that I would have gotten it if not for the boat person, can't trump that.


    i wish he had not told me I would rather have just thought I sucked.

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  128. pbird2:57 PM

    I would rather know

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  129. BabbaZee2:58 PM

    to be one boat person away from a totally different life hurt me far worse than thinking I sucked would have... I was out on the street when it happened I had no fuckin boat ahaha

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  130. BabbaZee2:59 PM

    back to work at the grocery store I went

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  131. BabbaZee3:00 PM

    pretty fuckin dismal iTell ya!

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  132. pbird3:01 PM

    i believe ya

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  133. BabbaZee3:03 PM

    his name was something like Van Ng Ngyen

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  134. BabbaZee3:04 PM

    That may even be right It's close anyway

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  135. pbird3:04 PM

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released previously unseen USDA videos revealing a compulsory “Cultural Sensitivity Training” program. A whistleblower reported to Judicial Watch that employees were required to bang on tables, chanting in unison “The pilgrims were illegal aliens” while being instructed to no longer use the word “minorities,” but to replace it with “emerging majorities.” Judicial Watch received the videos pursuant to a May 18, 2012, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/jw-releases-confidential-usda-videos-revealing-cultural-sensitivity-training-program/

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  136. pbird3:05 PM

    well I wonder what he did with it

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  137. BabbaZee3:05 PM

    I go live on Pluto now


    bye

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  138. BabbaZee3:05 PM

    you read my mind

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  139. pbird3:05 PM

    lol, ok.....

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  140. pbird3:09 PM

    Sheriff: Man Who Died In Fire May Have Spontaneously Combusted
    http://houston.cbslocal.com/2013/02/19/sheriff-man-who-died-in-fire-may-have-spontaneously-combusted/

    wish i knew the mechanism for this

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  141. pbird3:12 PM

    I thought Illegal Alien was a bad thing to say now.

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  142. BabbaZee3:13 PM

    explosive gasses

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  143. BabbaZee3:13 PM

    methane

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  144. pbird3:13 PM

    mebbe, I've read a number of articles with theories

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  145. BabbaZee3:14 PM

    alkeehall helps

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  146. pbird3:14 PM

    yeh but, a lot of old cases involved non drinkers and such

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  147. pbird3:16 PM

    strangely I think being too sedentary is involved...not sure why but they all seem to be alone and just sitting

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  148. pbird3:25 PM

    http://iowntheworld.com/blog/?p=172818

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  149. BulgarWheat3:31 PM

    oh my what a day!

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  150. BulgarWheat3:36 PM

    This shit cannot be made up, and is further proof why we cannot submit to the governing class. Dumb as a box or rocks.

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/02/18/democratic-lawmaker-apologizes-for-suggesting-women-afraid-of-rape-cant-be-trusted-with-guns/

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  151. Grammy Cracker3:38 PM

    Oy. Such an eventful week. Blech.


    Cocoa is healing nicely, B”H, although she still has some pain to manage.


    Last night, because there hadn’t been enough canine drama around here, Maggie May decided to get on the kitchen table and eat Grandpa’s insulin pen. It took both of us to hold her still long enough to draw blood from her ear flap so we could check her blood sugar. We just had to give her a glucose tablet to eat; she’s fine today. Scared the shiite out of me for a few minutes though.


    Today Grandpa has the nasty cold I dealt with last week. When I couldn’t get out of bed for 18 hours he called me a lazy ass and refused to even feed the dogs. When it’s his turn it makes perfect sense and I need to cater to his every whim. Oy. Men.

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  152. BulgarWheat3:41 PM

    I said a prayer for Cocoa just like I did for Chester the cat this week. Been a busy week praying for the critters. They are angels sent out among us.

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  153. Grammy Cracker3:47 PM

    Thanks. I keep the Almighty pretty busy with prayers for critters, too.


    I was so happy to see you found Chester!

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  154. Grammy Cracker3:49 PM

    Would you take spiritual counsel from this man?


    *shudders*

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  155. Grammy Cracker4:13 PM

    My friend and neighbor, Jon, is selling most of his collection of vinyl goodness. He even has a copy of the first record ever made, an 1887 Berliner’s Gramophone ‘Off to Camp’ by the Metropolitan Orchestra.

    Resident vinyl lovers might want to browse. http://stores.ebay.com/WAVESTUDIO-RECORDS?_rdc=1

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  156. pbird4:15 PM

    oh goodness...

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  157. pbird4:16 PM

    uh oh, don't tell Bird!

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  158. Grammy Cracker4:16 PM

    The big hat cannot disguise the demon eyes.

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  159. pbird4:17 PM

    ah the boys

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  160. pbird4:18 PM

    did you see the thing I posted about things to do when being attacked?
    http://www.ibtimes.com/colorado-college-advises-vomiting-or-urinating-stop-rapists-after-lawmakers-pass-gun-control-bills

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  161. Grammy Cracker4:23 PM

    For the math-challenged. You know who you are. ��

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  162. Grammy Cracker4:32 PM

    Oy vey, it’s 4:30 already?! I guess I should at least start thinking about dinner. Meh.

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  163. BulgarWheat4:41 PM

    yep. sorry. I was busy to respond,

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  164. BulgarWheat4:41 PM

    danke! I love the critters.

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  165. Grammy Cracker4:53 PM

    Got it. Roasted onions, peppers and tomatoes tossed with grilled homemade Italian sausage, served over penne, with a little salad on the side. That’ll do.

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  166. You have about a 50-50 chance of getting away with murder in DC. But don't even think of over-pouring a chablis.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/capitalbusiness/district-investigators-take-on-alcohol-portions/2013/02/15/bae9d326-749f-11e2-aa12-e6cf1d31106b_story.html

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  167. pbird6:53 PM

    indeed! very nice

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  168. pbird6:55 PM

    ...always more of that

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  169. pbird7:21 PM

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. — A western Pennsylvania school district is about to begin sending images from 130 surveillance cameras in its buildings to municipal police cars.


    http://www.wpxi.com/news/news/local/murrysville-district-streaming-130-cameras-police/nWSSk/

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  170. BulgarWheat7:24 PM

    Me too

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  171. pbird7:39 PM

    http://videos.mediaite.com/embed/player/container/420/421/?layout=&content_type=content_item&playlist_cid=&media_type=video&content=CC05RX3FNR1MDRXP&read_more=1&widget_type_cid=svp&referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mediaite.com%2Fonline%2Fcolumbia-professor-strips-down-to-underwear-shows-911-footage-during-bizarre-physics-lecture%2F#

    may not work this is what goes on at Columbia, physics lecture

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  172. mawskrat8:21 PM

    on this date 2/19/71!!!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKftiJS30Cs

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  173. BabbaZee8:46 PM

    ooooooooooo

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  174. BabbaZee8:48 PM

    Washington Post Identifies Billionaire Leader Of Yemeni Muslim Brotherhood

    http://globalmbreport.org/?p=7978

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  175. td yay maybe some eln for good mesaure

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  176. measure f off igor

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  177. BabbaZee8:52 PM

    I was in Ft. Myers , Florida the other day and I saw a bumper sticker on a parked car that read, "I miss Chicago ."




















    So, I broke the window, stole the radio, shot out two of the tires and left a note that read, "I hope this helps!"

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  178. BabbaZee8:53 PM

    fuckers

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  179. BabbaZee8:53 PM

    Igor is a dedicated man

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  180. BabbaZee8:54 PM

    who meeeeee?? ahaha

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  181. BabbaZee8:54 PM

    the prices! if my record collection had not burned up I'd be rich rich rich right now!

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  182. BabbaZee8:56 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk1g6jJTsXY

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  183. BabbaZee8:57 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxYGOSSj9A0

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  184. BabbaZee9:05 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qupeVLtXWLY

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  185. Grammy Cracker9:08 PM

    It was yummy. I added cubes of fresh mozzarella and lots of fresh basil to the pasta, too. Never even made the salad; there were so many vegetables in the pasta already. We’re stuffed. ��

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  186. Grammy Cracker9:09 PM

    Listening to a live discussion about Jewish unity - or the lack thereof. It’s going to be very interesting I think.

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