Tuesday, November 11, 2008

1. Leopard Cohen
2. Impala Abdul
3. Bryanoceros Adams
4. Chimpatsy Cline
5. Elephants Gerald

Impala Abdul
Grammy Award–winning pop singer and choreographer Impala Abdul.
After hitting a bunt single to score Wesley Snipes from second, Brad Tucker retired to Brooklyn to have a series of serious conversations with marginally successful musicians.

"Weird Al" Phones It In The hacky parodist grows even hackier.
Review of the Hit TV Show The Wire by Someone Who Has Not Seen It From what I've heard, this is one of the best television dramas out there and I definitely know that it takes place in Baltimore.

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