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i DIG it!!! that was better than breakfast. can't wait to see her at deer lake. you should come!


I could give you those bangs=0)


So glad you added this, otherwise I would have never taken the time to watch such a delightful clip! Nice to see you're venturing into music reviews now too.


I forgot to add, with a name like "Fresh MD", I expect to see a rap or two come out of you.

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Comcast says regional TV readers using DVR more: Twin Cities television system viewers are most attracted to sports, comedies as well as dramas, and they're more and more using digital video recorders as well as other timeshifting technologies to view their favorite plans, according to Comcast's secondly annual "TV Rhythm Survey.In . It saw that 56 per-cent of regional viewers decide to watch sports this fall, compared with Forty five percent regarding viewers across the country. Other common shows consist of comedies (73 per-cent), dramas (72 per-cent), movies (Fifty seven percent), new/educational (Fifty six percent) as well as reality reveals (33 per-cent). Read complete story.

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