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2006\01\16@200348 by Bill & Pookie

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Not considering business records, as storage devices hold more and more, the
good stuff is getting transferred  to modern media.  Like religious
writings, Shakespeare and Howard Stern videos.  With all the iPods, will we
ever loose lose the song "One Eyed, One Arm, Flying Purple People Eater"?
Sure hope not.

Pookie

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2006\01\16@210021 by Marcel duchamp

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Bill & Pookie wrote:
> Not considering business records, as storage devices hold more and more, the
> good stuff is getting transferred  to modern media.  Like religious
> writings, Shakespeare and Howard Stern videos.  With all the iPods, will we
> ever loose lose the song "One Eyed, One Arm, Flying Purple People Eater"?
> Sure hope not.
>
> Pookie

Shouldn't that be "One Eyed, One *Horned*, Flying Purple People Eater"?

See... this is a typical case of "bit rot".  The bits in your memory
have begun to decay.

2006\01\16@211202 by Bill & Pookie

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I would rather be accused of memory decay rather then having it be known
that I have retained such silliness.  After all, I am just a dog without
much else to stimulate me.  And I have noticed that I have been losing more
buried bones lately.

Pookie

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