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December 29, 2012


Oy vey..! Go David...!! "Like no business I know...let's get on with the show...cause...everything's coming up roses"....

Yeah! Break a leg, man! (Not a hip, for god's sake, not a hip.) And Happy New Year!

Thank you, gentleman. I will endeavor to spread sunshine all over the place, make someone happy, leave my worries on the doorstep, put a shine on my shoes and a melody in my heart. And then I will coax the blues right out of the horn, very glad to be unhappy, and walk in the sun once more. -- DL

Dear D: I'm hoping this is aired again soon, as I missed this notice. But congratulations! (I didn't know you were Jewish.)

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