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To paraphrase Rob in "High Fidelity," some people never got over Vietnam, or the night their band opened for the Rolling Stones. I never got over 1976.
- 1973: "it is possibly the very first professional live recording of The Boss to surface" bigozine2.com/roio/?p=1945 ~~ 5 hours ago
- Weekend's not over yet - Drinking a Staghorn Octoberfest Beer by @newglarusbeer - untpd.it/s/c111884534 ~~ 6 hours ago
- Stop telling all my secrets, man // RT@NYTMinusContext completely flummoxed by how to take care of things ~~ 7 hours ago
- This is fantastic: a copy editor's farewell lesson to his newspaper colleagues on sentence structure. jimromenesko.com/2014/09/01/lon… ~~ 7 hours ago
- Attn @MrJacksonJones // MT @abumuqawama Men of America, I've been in airports all day and just made this for you. http://t.co/7GYKfTszku ~~ 9 hours ago
- Promoted tweet offers 10 tips for successful webinars. Not listed: "Don't make participants pray for their own death." ~~ 9 hours ago
- This is old but pretty funny--all 226 cliches in the lyrics of Katy Perry's latest album: gawker.com/all-226-cliche… ~~ 14 hours ago
- "Thanks for giving me something for free. Here's why it sucked." ~~ 15 hours ago
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