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04/21/2009

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Hey Mr. Sims,well, well, well, amazing what we finds on the inentretsss!!Greetings from Randy Towner (yeah, that guy). Haven't seen ya'll since at least 1995 or so in Champaign.I'm down with the D-Puss; Keep on Rockin! Sounds cool!Hey, if you reunion boys make it to Denver, I'll put ya up. Been living here for the past 9 years now. Left Champaign for work and such Have a fun summer! Show them kids how one rocks!My personal set list vote would be for Whirl .Randy Towner

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ahh Toronto, have great trip. Make sure to stop by the important store in Air Canada as for cats, I jsut think they know that the world rleovve around them so no need to worry about anyone but them. We're all their servants, right?

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Its such an interesting one and i am crazy about the Violins and every day i play it. I also like the guitar, so I really enjoy a lot while playing guitar.

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The Question is really very Interesting and I think this Interesting question is very helpful for learning Music.

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This Question program which are sharing with us is to good and informative too.And its good to read these all things as i like the violin to play and i am very much crazy about it.

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It's Such a Interesting Question Ever Asked by the Children. Whenever the Childs are learning the Music, They Must have to asking these type of Question.

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Even children bound for the finest music schools in the country and trained in the Suzuki Method (pretty conservative from a musical standpoint) did not and would not ask such a question.

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