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Friday, June 2, 2006

Friday night fights

Posted By on Fri, Jun 2, 2006 at 7:47 PM

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It's up to you. But I just want to mention one thing. We've been sitting around with our visiting techno-genius (our 21-year-old-son) and programming ring tones on a family cell phone. (I still don't have one and still don't want one. And my porky fingers don't adapt well to the little tiny keyboards, or my 8.5 head to the little tiny device iself. I need a Maxwell Smart shoe phone.) But, anyway, in the course of searching for a good ring tone, we were reminded of Question Mark and the Mysterions. Haven't YOU wondered whatever happened to Question Mark? 96 Tears.


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