The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

July 25, 2006

AND NOW....





As I contemplate why, in fact, my computer never DOES remember my passwords, some soothing elevator music for your listening pleasure (insert favourite CD here)

16 comments:

  1. As soon as I saw the images I thought " '80s music". Is it? (And I'm not talking about the sedating, pumped-in tunes on this here elevator.)

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  2. Puleeeze no Muzak! Why can't they play AC/DC on elevators? Is there a rule that elevator music has to be pukey?

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  3. But how can you know for sure whether it's you or your computer that's forgetting those passwords? Couldn't the problem as easily be Within as Without?

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  4. I remember all my life
    Rainin' down as cold as ice
    Shadows of a man
    A face through a window
    Cryin' in the night
    The night goes into

    Mornin', just another day
    Happy people pass my way
    Lookin' in their eyes
    I see a memory
    I never realized
    How happy you made me, oh Mandy

    CHORUS
    Well you came and you gave without takin'
    But I sent you away, oh Mandy
    Well, you kissed me and stopped me from shakin'
    And I need you today, oh Mandy

    Standin' on the edge of time
    Walked away when love was mine
    Caught up in a world of uphill climbin'
    The tears are in my mind
    And nothing is rhymin', oh Mandy

    CHORUS

    Yesterday's a dream
    I face the mornin'
    Cryin' on a breeze
    The pain is callin', oh Mandy
    CHORUS

    You came and you gave without takin'
    But I sent you away, oh Mandy
    You kissed me and stopped me from shakin'
    And I need you

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  5. BARRY MANILOW ALERT!! BARRY MANILOW ALERT!!!

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  6. No, Andrea, you were supposed to insert YOUR favourite CD. If you're an 80s Girl, go for it.

    Otherwise, I'd offer up Jann Arden, Bruce Cockburn or, heck, Barenaked Ladies.

    P.S.: Is that a red backwards 4 on your blue fish that appears to be eating another fish, or a fin?

    Carmenzta:

    They play AC/DC on elevators in Canada...but we only allow eight people (or 1200 pounds) on at any one time to account for the rockin'.

    Darius:

    Trust you, me man, to react to that part of the silliness. But super question.

    I might have blogged separately about this, but are you telling me your computer actually DOES remember you when you tick off the "remember me" thingy?

    Mine doesn't. On Blogger, on Yahoo, on anything where I check that thing off. It's like a cruel joke.

    I'm guessing the problem is from Without, not from Within. But I can't be considered objective.

    White Forest: Thx, goil. But what elevator music tingled in your ears?

    HE (and Pam):

    Did you know Mandy off by heart, you swooner, or did you spend some time on Google downloading it?

    Or should that be crooner?

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  7. Men At Work ONLY PLEASE!

    :)

    Keshi.

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  8. Only for a vegemite sandwich, Keshi...

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  9. I'll make u one real quick and even give u some VB ;-)

    Keshi.

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  10. HE said: "Tell her no thanks, you had VB in high school and it was no fun."

    My question is: "What's VB?"

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  11. VB = Victoria Bitter ;-)

    u mite like my current song...

    Keshi.

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  12. hey- that's weird- my laptop never remembers any of my passwords either!
    love the simply red video- its always been one of my favourite!

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  13. OK, Angel, so I'm not the only one who's apparently a computer nerd...or at least victimized thus.

    Simply Red is amazing. That song I was playing was his comeback hit, no idea where he went now.

    You probably know this, but the real CD to get is (alert the media) his Greatest Hits.

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