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You know what I've just got to say about the bad garage band...

"Me and the boys have been playing...but we just can't find the sound. Oh Beth, what can I do?"


OMG Darr, LMAO at that one!

Can't wait to see you next week, and that big guy you drag around with you. I kind of like him, too.

Hey, Tammi is coming!


I can't wait to see you, too! And I'm so glad Tam is coming! I just with Sarah could be there, too.

Speaking of the demon rock-n-roll, are you watching Rock Star: Supernova? Cracks my shit up.


Lis, you are sincerely welcome and you know that Joe and I will be toasting you (actually on the 28th, as that is actually when your bday is, but what the hell, once again on the 29th when you have your party)...I am so glad you liked everything. I tried to put a little of everything in there, but I couldn't manage a way to send the wine without fear of it breaking. Have a wonderful, wonderful day and a great time at the party...Bon Anniversaire!

And remember: WE'RE the Kids in America! HA HA.
That is probably one of the greatest mixed tapes I have ever made, if I do say so myself...Uh Oh---I just realized I completely forgot to put A Flock of Seagulls on there...damn it all!

BTW, Hi Darr! Make sure Lisa has fun at her party, as I know you will :)


A Flock of Seagulls!

One of my favorites!


Don't forget Modern English's "I Melt With You".


happy birthday ... wish i were closer i would love to tip a glass in your honor... but i suppose all I can do is say have a great day from afar...


Damn, Nadine----I forgot that one too...there were just too many good songs to put on there!

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