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Oh dear God…

I found out (via CECWorship blog) that NKOTB are putting together a reunion. Oh.. what? Right, sorry… NKOTB stands for New Kids On The Block… the late 80’s boy band from Boston that had millions of pre-teen girls in maniacal convulsions – finally understanding what their moms may have experienced with that other boy band […]

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BNL via iPod

I found this morning that listening to the iPod really makes cleaning the freshly fallen snow off my driveway a much more pleasant task – as it does my long work commute and traveling long distances with a toddler. The time certainly was right for us to invest in one. And since I’m so behind […]

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Baby Soundtrack

One of the fun tasks I get to take on, as a pending new father, is to create a mix CD to bring to the hospital. The CD’s purpose is two-fold: First, the majority of the songs should be relaxing and soothing to the mother. This does not mean it has to be elevator music […]

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For The Love of Money

Okay, I admit it. I watch reality TV and am mildly ashamed of it. My favorite is, hands down, Donald Trump’s The Apprentice. I won’t go too far into the details of the show, but with Donald Trump at the helm, you already know it’s about making money… lots of it. Now that the show […]

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When You Dream

When you dream, what do you dream about? When you dream, what do you dream about? Do you dream about music or mathematics or planets too far for the eye? Do you dream about Jesus or quantum mechanics or angels who sing lullabies? … I don’t really have much to blog about today. Exciting, I […]

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The Extreme Overexposure of Liverpool, UK

I’m a huge Classic Rock fan. As a child of the 70s, I enjoy rockin’ out to everything from Bob Seger to Zepplin to Skynyrd to Boston and the Steve Miller Band. My tastes even stem into the late 60s and 80s (Debbie Gibson Yeah!… just kidding). And, like the rest of our planet’s audio-enabled […]

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