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"Songs of the Century" compiled by the Recording Industry of America and the National Endowment for the Arts.

What a crock! There are two songs sung by Bob Dylan on the list (and (at least) one cover of a Dylan-song). Which songs are they, then? "Like a Rolling Stone", "The Times They Are A'Changing" and "All Along The Watchtower".

Hello? What about shimmering pearls like "Every Grain of Sand" and "Shooting Star"? How about a lightning-flashing ruby like "Tangled Up in Blue"? A shining diamond such as "Most of the Time"? "A Hard Rains A'Gonna Fall"? "Subterranean Homesick Blues"? "Visions of Johanna"? "Ballad of a Thin Man"? "I Shall Be Released"? "I Believe In You"? "Not Dark Yet"?

I'm appalled.

Well, no I am not. But anyway...

"PJ's Auto World Inc." - car-entertainment for your eyes.

"How To Write Unmaintainable Code" - entertainment for your (sick) mind.

Michael Jackson was best man at Uri Gellers renewal of wedding-vows (or whatever).

Now, Uri Geller - that's entertainment! At least his appearing in a story/rap on Kongehusets album "Klarer ærterne" was hilarious!

"kandu" is short for "Kan du?" which means "Do you know how to?" (roughly). One of the posts on their website has an address to a page of mine. But their links includes a trailing comma!

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