ayrdaomei: ([Comics] Think Fast)
( Jan. 30th, 2009 11:48 am)
As social networking becomes ubiquitous, people with an otherwise steady grip on social etiquette find themselves flummoxed by questions about “unfriending” people: how to do it, when to do it and how to get away with it quietly. . . .

[On Facebook, deleting] friends does not generate a notification of any sort, leaving members to discover they’ve been unfriended only when they find they no longer have access to someone’s profile. It can be a jarring experience, especially considering that the person who dumped you at some point either requested you as a friend or accepted your request (on Facebook, that is how friends are made). . . .

Mr. Blodget asked Facebook to develop new friendship levels that would let users sort their acquaintances by degree of separation. He suggested categories like “ ‘personal friends’ or ‘work friends’ or ‘extra special friends’ or ‘BFFs’ or ‘friends you want to hear meaningless trivia about all day long,’ ” and implored, “Please give me the ability to put friends in these groups without telling them I have done so.”
- Friends, Until I Delete You

...You can't filter your friends on Facebook? Are you kidding me? I would have given up on LJ years ago if that's how it was here. That shoots right into the top 5 of Reasons Why I Will Never Get A Facebook Account, So Stop Asking Me To Already.

Where do you stand on Defriended/Unfriended notices? I've always wished Livejournal did them. I don't automatically remove someone who has removed me - but I do remove such a person more often than not, and just for the sake of keeping my f-list tidy, I wouldn't mind getting a notice, as opposed to only realizing it when I do my once a year check of that Friends Tracker tool.
ayrdaomei: ([Music] watch me as i gravitate)
( Dec. 24th, 2006 08:53 am)
++ In the continuing saga of [Bad username or site: ayrdaomei / @ livejournal.com] and Her EverShrinking F-List, I've done another cut. (But hey, some credit! It's been...like two months since the last one.) As ever, no offense intended. I've just been finding myself with less and less to say about more and more journal entries on my friends view.

++ You know, my not posting much about myself? It's really not for lack of trying. Yesterday, I got about half a sentence into a heavily, heavily filtered post. Spent about 10 minutes trying to reword just that half sentence. Decided posting about myself and things unrelated to fandom is for the birds.

++ Okay, I will say this: HA! Pert stuff aside, sounds familiar.

++ Been to the movies a bit in the past week:
Blood Diamond - minor spoilers )

Charlotte's Web - no spoilers )

Casino Royale - spoilers )

++ In books: Robert B. Parker has a new Spenser novel out! The Spenser stories have been on the decline for a long while now - you read them in like a half a day, and Spenser's funny, and beats some sense into some people, but nothing more gripping than that. Still, I always get excited when I hear Parker's written another, always eager to get my hands on it. There's always such potential for goodness before you've opened a book, you know? And rather surprisingly, since it's been out less than a month, I found one of the copies still on the shelf at the local library. Good times. Course, my dad always calls first dibs on any Spenser book I bring home, so I also picked up the next in Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas collection. Oh, and [Bad username or site: johnnybvo / @ livejournal.com] got me Pride of Baghdad, which I heard made Playboy's list of the seven best fiction books in '06. And if that's not a compelling endorsement, I don't know what is ^_~ Leisure reading, yay.

++ Has anyone seen Mandy Patinkin in concert? He's coming to the Lyric Opera House next month and I'm seriously thinking of going. Balcony seats are just under $30, which is a bit much, but I think it might be worth $30 to hear Mandy perform some of my Sondheim favorites live for once in my life. Jim Gaffigan is doing a comedy show the night before and as much as I love Jim, he's come a ways from his Improv days it seems. Tickets for his show are rather pricey considering I'm fairly sure he's still not a real mainstream name in stand-up. Or maybe he is, I dunno. At any rate, I won't be seeing him again.

++ Doesn't look like we'll be getting any snow this coming week :/ I know, I shouldn't talk when people are buried under it in some places. But. I just find rain especially draining this time of year. If it's going to be wet, I wish we'd get some snow.
Okay, I lied. I've done an f-list cut of about 20 journals. Given that I fell tremendously behind with my f-list when I went away for three days, it made more sense to do this now than to be away for a week or more and then do it. I'll probably be testing the patience of some of you for a while longer still, because if your journal is public, I've set up tracking notifications on certain tags so I may still pop in to comment occasionally. Among the journals I've cut are a few I only added in recent weeks/months; sorry about the thing where I'm cutting your journal about five minutes after I've added it. If anyone needs an outlet to emo at me, please use email. It got embarrassing once in comments, and I'd just rather not do that whole thing. At any rate, I should still see more than a few of you around, since we have communities in common.

Over the past few months, I was increasingly putting baseball-centric posts under a filter. (No, really.) I won't be doing that anymore. As ever, keep me friended, or don't, it's up to you. I plan to get back to that place where 99% of my posts, whenever I feel like making them, are public.

...Still around? okay. While I'm here... >.>

-- I saw finally The Constant Gardener a few weeks ago. It was pretty ...wow. A much hyped movie that really delivered, I thought. It was hard to watch but worth it. And I went and got the score, because the music was just beautiful. With the African influence, it's a change of pace from my usual scores. My favorite track: Kothbiro - a lovely piece with African vocals that is something like the saddest lullaby you've ever heard.

-- I also recently saw The Departed, which I thought was a great film. I'm not a Scorsese fan, so I hadn't paid the movie much mind, despite the positive press. But [Bad username or site: sensefille / @ livejournal.com] expressed an interest in seeing it, and being an offday, I figured why not. A couple of times I had to look away from the screen, which was hard, because it was all pretty compelling and the performances were great - everyone really demanded your attention. I think the performances are really what makes the film because you've seen variations of this story so many times before. Nicholson, Damon and DiCaprio are all choice. I'd definitely recommend it. I was telling [Bad username or site: sensefille / @ livejournal.com] that I feel bad that I never really think of DiCaprio as being A Good Actor, but I've seen him in more than a few things now and I'm usually pretty impressed with his work.

-- [Bad username or site: johnnybvo / @ livejournal.com], GET CAUGHT UP ON GALACTICA. Last night's ep was for you. The ep made me a little sad, and not at all for the reasons I thought I would be.

-- It's amusing to me when my fandoms quite randomly collide. A very short, unnecessary piece involving the A's and The Office. But it made me smile.

-- If you're someone who's actually been looking forward to The Prestige, you might want to poke around [Bad username or site: trailer_spot / @ livejournal.com]'s most recent posts. He linked to a sitdown between Bale and Jackman, as well as a couple of individual interviews, I think.

-- World Series starts tonight!
ayrdaomei: ([Foster's] What? I'm just saying.)
( Sep. 15th, 2006 07:30 am)
+ If you don't like the new LJ default, you can go back to the old style by selecting it under your settings. I had a mini-crisis when I opted to demo the new LJ style a few days ago and it took me a few minutes to figure out how to go back to the old one.

+ Death Cab tickets for their show at The Norva go on sale in a few hours. I'm gonna try for a couple. I have such bad luck with Death Cab, one of those deals where I always find out they're gonna be in town like the day before, or a couple months after the fact. This is the first time I had a heads up, so we'll see if it works out. Paul Oakenfold is also gonna be at The Norva, and I'm torn as to whether I want to go to his show. I usually enjoy his mixes, and dance around my room like a dork when I listen to them, but I'm not at all one to start dancing in a crowd of people, so I'm not sure there's a point to going to see him spin live.

+ A criminal defense attorney named Esther Windmueller came to speak at the law school yesterday, and there was something very familiar about her. It finally came to me - she looks like an older, less fairskinned Claudia Black. They totally coulda been sisters. Same long dark hair, same nose, similar eyes and lips. It was kinda awesome. She's a very passionate, dynamite speaker. I wish I'd known about her last year; I might have been inclined to try to summer with her. Perhaps I'll email her about the possibility of externing with her office next spring. Or perhaps an externship with the Public Defender? Hmm.

+ Of course, OF COURSE, as soon as I go through the hullabaloo of ordering the Mel Brooks set just to get Robin Hood: Men In Tights, the studio goes ahead and re-releases the Men In Tights dvd singly again. I think you can get it for $9.99 most anywhere; it was advertised at that price in the Best Buy circular.

+ A's stuff )

+ I'm starting to set up that tracking feature for tagged posts, so my f-list will be changing a little over the next few days. Probably not gonna be removing too many people; mostly because I've finally conceded to myself that I'm just not likely to get back to that place where I comment on every entry that pops up on my f-list. (And as always, everyday is amnesty defriending day, and if you're inclined to drop me, go with the flow. I'm not one of those people who's gonna go all emo on you.)

+ I'm so behind on my shows! I haven't even seen the last 4 eps of Deadwood. Which might be a good thing - I don't know anyone who wasn't disappointed by how the series ended :/ A little better with Prison Break, I think I'm only an ep back on that one. But more importantly, The Office is back in less than a week! ♥

+ Supreme Court Preview this weekend! Dahlia will be back (yay!) as will John Yoo (boo!), and many others. It's my favorite event at the law school; I just love sitting back and listening to all these minds discuss really big issues. I love listening to the reasoning as they try to anticipate where the Court will fall on certain questions. It's a lot of fun.

ETA: Oh! new Postal Service? )
So. Query. And I mean this in the nicest way possible. [Bad username or site: babydoll9 / @ livejournal.com], [Bad username or site: kajcarter / @ livejournal.com],and [Bad username or site: kalio_plaid / @ livejournal.com]...why do you have me friended? I check my also friend of list every once in a while to see what's doing, and I remember checking out your profiles and not recalling have exchanged words with you or previously having seen you around anywhere. Just wondering, honestly. It's not like there's an entrance exam to read my lj or anything. Just, if any of you friended me for icons, I feel like you should know, I don't really make them any more.

Other things I wonder: what is with people keeping me friended on their writing journals? I mean, with the exception of [Bad username or site: owllover711 / @ livejournal.com], with whom I have an understanding, and who has kept me friended on his as a favor. People who immediately or soon after defriended me when they saw that I defriended their personal journals, to this day keep me friended on their writing journals. I was talking with someone about this yesterday, and we had it figured for ego, but I don't know. Is it one of those deals where they're like 'oh, she liked my writing at one point, she'll want to read it in the future, I'm sure'? Or is it one of those deals where they want to keep their mutual friends list tidy on their personal journal, but still nose about all noncommenting-like via the friends page of their writing journal? Or maybe they all just never check back to see who has kept them friended on their writing journal, because they just keep one for the halibut. I wonder as I wonder.

These are the thoughts I have when my boss decides to up and not come in to the office, and I can't get mlb.tv to work on my laptop. **twirls in chair** **clicks pen**
ayrdaomei: ([BSG] Laura - you're all you've got)
( May. 9th, 2006 10:45 pm)
Okay, I canned the idea of splitting my f-list up into any more filters because I was managing the ones I had rather poorly anyway. I've cut 20 journals* from my f-list, and done some restructuring of my filters. For the new people, I have this thing, I get antsy when my f-list tops 50, and I get downright uncomfortable in my proverbial lj skin when my f-list tops 60. It's been over 60 for a couple months. I was due for some changes. In the rare event you're upset to have been cut, please know I'm not interested in being cliquish, and I'm not trying to be an ass; I'm just trying to keep my space manageable.

About the restructuring of my filters: I decided separating my f-list into baseball people and non-MLBpeeps was a really bad idea. (Well, not so much the separation, because sometimes I filter my MLB posts, so it's good to have a filter for that, though I think I'm gonna be doing that less.) Actively using my different filters as the way I checked my f-list didn't work for me, because I ended up checking one substantially more often than the other, and the idea with my f-list is I've always to tried to maintain some kind of balance of different things that interest me. So. I've removed the mlb peeps/non-mlb users filters from my lj panel, and have replaced them with one filter for viewing all user journals I have friended.

* With rare exception, I've removed what remaining alternate journals I had friended, so heads up to [Bad username or site: jchalo / @ livejournal.com], [Bad username or site: offspeed / @ livejournal.com], and [Bad username or site: nyychick23513 / @ livejournal.com] regarding [Bad username or site: redheaddancing / @ livejournal.com], [Bad username or site: benched / @ livejournal.com], and [Bad username or site: __fortunatefool / @ livejournal.com]. I think all three of those are friends only journals and you probably want to keep your user info tidy, as far as the friends/friend of count. I also removed [Bad username or site: sandbenders / @ livejournal.com]...but I can't remember whose writing lj that is. [Bad username or site: tripthemighty / @ livejournal.com]'s I think? And if so, I don't have her friended anymore so this is moot. But if it's someone else's, well, there's your heads up.
ayrdaomei: ([BSG] God shall hear your words)
( May. 3rd, 2006 11:01 pm)
[Poll #722078]
Brad Lidge, and the Marlins. Conspiring to take years off of my fucking life.
ayrdaomei: ([L Word] my on again off again Alice)
( May. 1st, 2006 03:38 pm)
I felt like posting, though I resisted the impulse, not really having anything to post about. But what the hell, when has that ever stopped anyone in the history of lj. Three things.

+ Bri went to the Royals/As game yesterday and put her new camera to good use. I have a tremendous amount of love for this pic and this pic, especially. And about 20 other pics. She got some neat shots.

+ I was thinking to myself how times have changed, when I'm more excited about an NL rivalry matchup (STL-HOU later this week) than Yankees/Sox. And then all the hullabaloo today about the Sox trading for Mirabelli, and the Yankees trying, and completely failing, at swooping in to intervene, and something about that was just so very I'LL GET YOU NEXT TIME, GADGET! NEXT TIME! and entirely amusing to me. Also, my f-list is all atwitter about Mirabelli's return, and their enthusiasm is kinda catching. I imagine this is pretty much the last time you will see Sox fans unconditionally happy for the next 7 months. It's a special day.

+ I love when my local grocery store hires new register people, and you can always tell who they are, because they're all shiny and they try to make small talk with you as they're ringing you up, except they're not quite good at it yet, so mostly they just offer nonsequitur after nonsequitur and you're a bit...what? Still, they're so earnest, it's cute.

There was something else...but I've forgotten. Alas.

eta: Oh and speaking of grocery stores - Denise Lee Richards! What the hell? I mean, seriously.

edit 2: Hypothetically speaking, if someone were interested in getting themselves a copy of Photoshop CS, it would probably be a good idea to join [Bad username or site: ysi_leftovers / @ livejournal.com]. Some of the most interesting things show up there.

edit 3: Oh man, I just noticed a few new friends. **waves** Hey. Welcome, for as long as you stick around ^_~ I'm in the last week of exams, so I'm not adding anyone right now, but I look forward to the opportunity to cyber-stalk get to know you ^_^
ayrdaomei: ([WBC] Cuba - Fe)
( Mar. 21st, 2006 05:44 am)
+ People Who IM Me On The Rare Occasion I Am On IM And Have Not Blocked The Entire World: I'm officially retiring Jerizan, Jalenn, Anquiatas, and Deliani. So feel free to delete them from your buddy list. I haven't used most of those in ages, so if you actually ever had them on your buddy list, I am impressed. I am also going to be paring down my buddy list, so if I have more than one SN for you, please email me with the SN you prefer I keep.

+ [Bad username or site: trailer_spot / @ livejournal.com] has a link to the new Da Vinci Code trailer. It is spoilerrific if you haven't read the book. Like, amazingly so. I've read it, and I might just wait for it to come out on video. They're giving away an awful lot.

+ The World Baseball Classic is over. What a ride. I fell asleep around the 3rd inning, and woke up in the ninth, because I'm the oldest 24 year old ever, so I missed the majority of the game. I'm not sad about how it turned out, though; it would have been neat for the Cubans to win it all, if only to watch how the White House would approach the question of congratulating them on the win. Heh. I think the Cubans should be really proud of their run. Japan had its own neat WBC storyline, what with the threat of elimination and the match-ups with Korea, so, good stuff. Also, I was kinda crushing on Otsuka. Guess that business about Ichiro being the A-Rod of Japan doesn't extend to him being a championship jinx ^_~

+ I have heard "2009" about five times as often as I've heard "2010", so I'm going with "2009" being the next go around.

+ Now that the WBC is over, I suppose I should, um, work on my Note. And get back to the tiring business of coming up with things to think about that are not the Orioles.

+ What is the holdup on the 2006 A's commercials? The '06 Mariners commercials rolled out last week. BOO.

+ [Bad username or site: phantom_hpuff / @ livejournal.com], I believe the CJ was mailed out to you at some point last week. Please let me know if/when you receive it.
Did Phase two of the Great F-List Trim of 2006 this morning. I cut another 12 journals from my regular reading list, which means I've cut about 25 or so journals in the past two weeks. Some of those journals were Friends Only, and I know there are people who only like mutual friends on their filters, so there's your heads up. Also, I cut at least three journals that I had cut previously and then added back - sorry. I really do try not to be a jackass about this stuff.

Those of you who use filters on your posts, would you do me a favor and take me off any individual filters you might have for sports besides baseball? College sports, soccer, hockey, football, basketball, winter olympics, etc. If you do use such filters, I'd appreciate it. If you don't use filters, obviously it doesn't matter, I'll just continue to be wedded to my friend the scroll function.

So you know what's stupid? LJ added that see 'all user pics' thing to the user info, right? But that link only appears if there's a default user pic. If you go to the userinfo of someone who doesn't use a default, there's no link. What the hell sense does that make? If there's a default userpic, I don't need the link, I can click the default image. Checking out the userpics of someone who doesn't have a default still requires you to open a new page, copy and paste the the url for all_pics and insert the username. Lammmmmmmmmmme, Eljay. Way lame.
ayrdaomei: ([Homicide] Frank and I are bored)
( Jan. 15th, 2006 08:02 am)
I'm gonna be doing a friends list cut, primarily of sooper sekrit journals that y'all never update*. I find that whenever I think of friending someone new, I usually end up deciding against it because I think my f-list is too large already. I get antsy when I top 50 - and right now I'm at 69/64, numbers somewhat artificially inflated by the number of 'alternate' journals I have friended. SO. If I have more than one journal of yours friended: I'm defriending everything but your main lj...and for those of you who semi-regularly update them, I'll keep your writing lj friended as well. Actually, I'm also gonna defriend main journals that aren't semi-regularly updated. As ever, 99.9999% of my posts are public so if you feel like sticking around, you're not gonna be missing out on anything.

(Speaking of friends, I've just noticed some new names. **waves**)

24 peeps - 12 hours and counting! However, I'm visiting with family and probably will not get to watch either tonight's ep or tomorrow night's ep as they first air. To that end, everyone's good with lj-cuts in their journals, so that's fine, but please, please, please do not send me spoilery reaction emails! I got burned twice by these last year. Okay, burned is a little strong as it was towards the end of the season when I wasn't watching as religiously anyway, BUT STILL. Gmail's inbox is set up so that the first sentence of every email is readily visible. Which is something I could probably change in preferences, but nevermind that. If you want to email me spoilery reaction, please preface it with the pledge of allegiance or one of the 200 historical inaccuracies in Glory Road** or something.

[Bad username or site: schnaucl / @ livejournal.com]: [Bad username or site: shadow_shimmer / @ livejournal.com] has SPN recs at the bottom of her latest post.

Everyone who would care probably knows by now (I think I saw it posted by [Bad username or site: scifigirl / @ livejournal.com], and I was emailed about it by [Bad username or site: johnnybvo / @ livejournal.com]), but the new Dr. Who is coming to Skiffy in March! Which is brilliant, because I heard nothing but good things, yet remained entirely too lazy to torrent the eps myself.

In other tv news of the yay: Andre Braugher has a new show coming to FX, also in March. I believe it's called Thief. I'm not sure what it's about, other than Andre seems to playing on the other side of the law now, as a safe-cracker I think. I don't really care what it's about really, as I happen to be of the opinion that Andre Braugher should always be on my tv in some capacity. Also, I think I saw Miguel from Kingpin in the ad ^_^

* Which is, you know, a good thing. I am glad there is limited amounts of drama in your lives right now.
** Saw this yesterday, and the guy sitting behind us and over one kept going "What? That's not right. That's not right. They just skipped over -- that's not the way it happened." And so on. And so forth. It was like watching Memoirs of a Geisha with [Bad username or site: hollinsprincess / @ livejournal.com] all over again ^_~ Also, is it possible to do a movie about the integration of a sports team that DOESN'T have a scene in which the colored folk get together and do steps while singing the Tempations or Four Tops? No, I didn't think so.
ayrdaomei: ([R&GAD] Discuss)
( Jan. 8th, 2006 02:10 pm)
Confession: I was flipping stations just now and heard Joe Buck announcing on one of the football games and I've left it on since. Because it's nice hearing his voice even though it's all greek to me.

Anyhoo - a favor to ask of those of you in/around cities with MLB teams. You know the little fold-up pocket schedules the teams put out, you pick 'em up at gas stations or the customer service counter at your local grocery store? Every year I ask a handful of friends to send me one for their respective team, with varied success, since it never occurs to me to ask until like June. I figured this year I'd ask early and open it up to everyone. I'd love if you could send me an '06 pocket schedule for your team, AL or NL. I'm more than happy to cover the cost of shipping, and if you need my addy, drop me an email. Please and thanks?

Couldn't sleep last night so I got caught up on The Office - US. I'm pretty impressed. I didn't think they'd be able to keep it going this long, but it's been good, consistently, and it's very true to the spirit of the UK original. Not terribly fond of the US version of Finch (Packer?), but I hated the UK character too; he's meant to be disgusting and dislikable. And while he's a laugh, I do think Rainn Wilson's Dwight is too over the top. The thing I've always loved about the show is how the characters are such regular, everyday people. As obnoxious as Gareth was, he still felt like someone you could run into on the street. Dwight's much more sitcom loser-ish than real life loser-ish, I think. But other things of the yay: Jim and Pam! Their chemistry has gotten better since the first couple eps of S1. When I tried to figure out what worked about Tim/Dawn, I always gave much more credit to Martin and Lucy than I did to the way that storyline was written. But Jim/Pam strikes all the same chords in me, and I realize it's not just the performances; Gervais and Merchant really did a tremendous job in how they let that relationship develop so that you really got drawn into it and found yourself rooting for them. Anyhoo. Way to be, The Office - US. Probably the most successful translation of an English show since Sanford & Son ^_~

Also, I suck and watched The Machinist instead of Bull Durham yesterday - I KNOW - but I'll probably take care of that today. I promise :-P

(oh and Alex - I defriended [Bad username or site: diedbyyourhand / @ livejournal.com], since I figure you're posting your own recs to SSN, along with those from other people.)
A. (Actually, I took A and ran away with it. Because I decided you guys really didn't need to know how much of a 12 year old girl I am.) Instead let's go with: Another white dude? He couldn't find someone who wasn't...you know, a white dude?

B. I'm in the process of streamlining my friends list; it usually takes a couple days. (Just a general head's up to those of you who only friended me in keeping with the reciprocity principle.)

C. I just got email notification of a comment posted this morning to my greatestjournal account. The one I set up during the Great LJ Blackout of January 2005. The one I haven't posted in since. How random is that?

D. I'm kinda in the spirit to dress up for Halloween now. But I don't have anything that remotely resembles a costume :-P Too bad.

E. I need to revamp my sidebar box of fandom. It's such a lying thing. I don't follow most of those shows anymore. I certainly don't talk about them, ever. It feels like false advertising.

F. NaNoWriMo starts tomorrow! Best of luck to everyone participating. **laughs** At the risk of being pessimistic, here's a writer's block quote from Hemingway to stick in your pocket for a rainy day: "Do not worry. You have always written before and you will write now. All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know."

G. Last week of Ramadan. Thank God, man.

H. But last day my MLB.TV account is good for the 2005 season. Woe.
+ [Bad username or site: sensefille / @ livejournal.com] is coming over for dinner and the Yanks/A's game later. We find ourselves completely incapable of deciding what we'll be having. I have the Food Network on right now, hoping to be struck by divine inspiration. (ooh, salmon!)

+ Textbook returns go straight to Beth and Co. ) Fall is going to smell delicious, and I think it shall be BPAL that saves me once baseball leaves again.

+ I finished watching Before Sunrise this morning (I fell asleep to it last night). Such a girly movie but I really liked it. Must see Before Sunset now. I loved how stripped down it was, no melodrama (though it was threatening, towards the end there), no politics, no death, no soul-crushing pain, just this boy and this girl and a lucky meeting on a train. Sweetness and light.

+ Which you know, was kinda what I needed after the news about the Chief Justice passing.

+ Also, my journal editor gave me a box of Tazo's Calm. Which is cool, because I love Tazo teas but I'm way too cheap to buy them for myself.

+ Did an flist cut, and I don't think I'm gonna be around for a while. Just a head's up.

+ [Bad username or site: mypetorchid / @ livejournal.com] introduced me to this really fun Canadian band - The Stars.

The Stars - Your Ex-Lover Is Dead
and all of the time you thought I was sad / I was trying to remember your name

The Stars - Reunion
Tainted Love's too fast to dance to / so let's leave them all behind / they hated us with everything they had / and we hated them in kind

The Stars - One More Night
one more night, the end should be a good one


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