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I uploaded these bbz for a friend because I killed my router a few weeks ago? true story I kicked it and it as thirty dollars at Target so I guess you can't expect much:

"Heartbeat"- Annie http://www.sendspace.com/file/saifi0
"Katherine Kiss Me"- Franz Ferdinand- http://www.sendspace.com/file/ww8eaz
"Paris"- Friendly Fires- http://www.sendspace.com/file/l64ptk
"Dreamworld"- Rilo Kiley http://www.sendspace.com/file/zbqrdq (note: WMA)
"Sunday, Lovely Sunday"- Edson http://www.sendspace.com/file/t8x544
"You Could Have Both"- The Long Blondes http://www.sendspace.com/file/xcjguy
"My Favourite Book"- Stars- http://www.sendspace.com/file/zr9i1p


and also: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tara-stiles/help-im-addicted-to-faceb_b_166726.html

WHO? ME? I CERTAINLY HAVE MET ALL MY FRIENDS. IN FLESH. AND STUFF. I LOVE GOD?

and I'm not this much in love with the Huffington Post...no, really....how's that "30 Rock" joke go:
'Thank you for telling me what I already know. You should work for the Huffington Post!'


I'm writing the worst thing ever for my fiction workshop class. those kids will destroy me. here's a sample of what I have:

"You mean the guy with the fake arm?" This had infuriated Tiffany Gleeson, who could only think about the cold plastic touch of his arm whenever it was creeping up her skirt.
"So what!"
Well, getting back to the subject of the production, her name was foremost on the cast. Regardless of whether or not she had auditioned.
The role? Jesus.
"You have to be excited!" Karen Petrokleviez remarked to the woman she held as her best friend. Tiffany hated Karen; she had long ago decided the girl's sole function in her life was to hold her lattes and give her some organs, eventually. "It's the biggest role. Evah!"
"I don't care. I have Todd. My life has meaning," Tiffany sighed.


I don't even think they'll realize I'm trying to write something as ridiculously as I possibly can.
:( if I hadn't been so busy with work these past few weeks, I would've churned out something better. but at least it can be revised.

- oh yeah, Brittany

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