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Beth

OMG---close, very close!

And it doesn't say ANYTHING about the variety available on cable TV.

Kat

I can relate. ( But I would definately hot glue the rope to the beam, add some embellishments, maybe sequins. How about a braided satin cord instead of rope, purple perhaps? ) Take care-Kat

nursenicole

close enough...i spent over $200 the other night on-line shopping, and i do not remember it, really...

like kat said, though...i would probably try and make the rope look pretty...

vero

Three words:

Turner
Classic
Movies

julie smith

Not as close as you are after reading "Lassie Come Home" for the 49th time at 2 a.m. and wailing hysterically at the end. Again.

Nadine

I like the idea of sequins, and I do love purple.

You'll want to invest in a good pedicure (think about last season's final scene of Desperate Housewives) and make a detailed list of the expiration dates of everything in the refridgerator.

moi

I'll take a nice heavy duty decorator cord with lots of tassles and swags.
urp! xxoomoi

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