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Friday, 21 November 2008

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Danielle

So wonderfully, deliciously weird.

I am going to have that particular 'yeeeee--essss we can' in my head all day.

Boots in the Oven

Isn't it great? Unfortunately, the dance went on for at least ten minutes, and the lyrics? Well, you've heard all of them!

Fun, though. Yay Austin!

Marla

I like the keep Austin weird. I also like the dancing even if it might have been a bit monotonous,it's one of the small things from America that I miss once in awhile.

Boots in the Oven

Marla, it's true- that is certainly American-style folk dancing! And I didn't really mind the monotony at all... the reality of the election is still too exciting.

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