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The Ace Of Swords
2008-06-27 - 10:50 a.m.
Yesterday I got to introduce Brin to one of my favorite burger places, Islands. We then ran a few errands and headed home.
The basket-o-fries made us a bit tired, so we wound up hunkering in place. I did some searching on YouTube and Wikipedia and found videos for this children's program and a couple classic game shows. We had fun watching those, but finally crashed around 1am.
Speaking of old game shows - anyone remember the old Card Sharks game show? Ever wonder how they shuffled those HUGE cards? Well...
Jamie Lynn Spears has named her daughter Maddie Briann, after the character in the Madeline book series.
Well, it could've been worse...
Can't think of anything else. My brain must be fried.
Food, then nap. Then gig.
Be seeing you.
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