April 9th, 2004

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Does anyone out there have an mp3 of Bonnie Tyler's 'Holding Out For a Hero' I could get from them? Pretty please?
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Watching Dayside on Fox, and they had the sweetest thing. I guess a while back this female producer had set up an interview with an Army soldier; they met and really hit it off, and today he showed up without her knowing and proposed to her on the air! He said every time he saw her he wanted to smile and just keep on smiling, and that he wanted to return the favor. He did the ring, on one knee, the whole thing, and she said yes! The poor thing was shaking and laughing and could hardly stand, either because of the shock or she was nervous about being on camera or possibly both. Linda (the host) gave them their first engagement present -- for her, a t-shirt that says "I'm engaged to an Army soldier", and for him, a t-shirt that says "I'm engaged to a Dayside producer".

So adorable. I hope Linda keeps everyone up to date on their wedding plans *g*

On a completely unrelated note, this caught my eye on netscape's news: Schwarzenegger Saves Man's Life.

And another feel-good story: Iraqi Amputees Arrive in Houston for Treatment.
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And another one

1. Cold Fire, Dean Koontz
2. Who's Looking Out For You?, Bill O'Reilly
3. Arrogance, Bernard Goldberg
4. The Awakening, Kate Chopin
5. Odd Thomas, Dean Koontz
6. Emily's Climb, LM Montgomery
7. Emily's Quest, LM Montgomery
8. A Wind in the Door, Madeline L'Engle
9. A Swiftly Tilting Planet, Madeline L'Engle
10. The Face of Fear, Dean Koontz
11. The Face, Dean Koontz
12. As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner
13. An Acceptable Time, Madeline L'Engle
14. The First Five Pages, Noah Lukeman
15. Seize the Night, Dean Koontz
16. Quicksilver, Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
17. Fear Nothing, Dean Koontz
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Watching Hot Shots, Part Deux

Oh my God. I had forgotten how funny this movie is.

Saddam's tan line... the voyeuristic limo driver... the monks' "celebacy sucks" sign...


*cracks up*

"You know, kitten, we all have permission to make mistakes. It's called learning. Now how 'bout you give Colonel Topper a nice big blow."

"Now we have to go in to get the men who went in to get the men who went in to get the men."

For Sue -- "In an emotional address at the state capitol Nebraska Governor, Paul Burmaster made a public apology for his state being so flat. "

"Now I will kill you until you die from it!"
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