Monday, December 27, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1980

"What a Fool Believes" is a song written by Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins. The best known version was recorded by The Doobie Brothers for their 1978 album Minute by Minute (with McDonald singing lead vocals and Michael Jackson backing voice). The single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 14, 1979, remaining in that position for one week. The song received Grammy Awards in 1980 for both Song of the Year and Record of the Year.
"What a Fool Believes" was one of the few non-disco No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 during 1979. The song lyrics tell a story of a man who is reunited with a former lover and attempts to rekindle the relationship with her, only to realize she never really loved him and shows no interest in continuing an affair with him.

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Grammy Song Of the Year 1979

Just the Way You Are" is a love song from Billy Joel's 1977 pop rock album, The Stranger. It was written as a birthday gift to Joel's first wife, Elizabeth Weber. After they divorced, Joel said that when performing the song, he would imagine what he would eat for dinner or what he would do after the show, or even accidentally sing alternate lyrics written by Liberty DeVitto ("She took the dog, the house, the car"). "Just the Way You Are" was Joel's first US Top 10 (reaching #3) and UK Top 20 single, as well as Joel's first Gold single in the US. "Just the Way You Are" won the 1978 Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Joel has gone on record stating that he personally dislikes the song and was originally going to leave it off the album.[citation needed] However, at the request of both Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow (both were recording in other studios in the same building at the time), Joel and Ramone agreed to leave it on the album. Since its initial release, the song has been covered by such notable performers as Barry White, Diana Krall, Ahmad Jamal, Shirley Bassey, Frank Sinatra, Isaac Hayes, Will Martin, and Harry Connick, Jr..

Every Man's Dream

Car is definitely what every man is dreaming to have. If women are more into shoes and bags, men like us are more into gadgets and cars. However, cars are more expensive then any other jewelries, shoes, bags and accessories. It can be as expensive as a house unit. That’s why we almost treat cars as a great investment. Buying a car is not a laughing matter. It is really something that you have to work hard for in order to afford it. Well, good thing there are also car dealers that are open for paying installments which will help you to own a car even though you’re budget is not yet enough to pay it cash. This is also the reason why most car owners are applying for an auto insurance. Getting an insurance like the auto insurance Vancouver WA has is highly recommendable especially for those who are not yet fully paid for their cars. This will help them to hedge the risk of a possible devastating loss which may include car accidents and other related scenarios.

Monday, December 20, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1978

"You Light Up My Life" is a ballad written by Joe Brooks and originally recorded by Kasey Cisyk for the soundtrack to the film of the same name. The song was performed in the film by its lead, Didi Conn, who lip synched Cisyk's version. Pat Boone's daughter, Debby Boone, was recruited to record the single, which became a massive success, topping the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a record-setting ten consecutive weeks. It easily became the most successful single of the 1970s in the United States and set a new Hot 100 record for longest reign at No.1. (Elvis Presley's double-sided "Don't Be Cruel/Hound Dog", then recognized as the longest-running No.1 of the Rock Era, spent 11 weeks atop the Billboard Best Sellers chart in 1956, before the debut of the Hot 100.) The record was matched in 1982 by Olivia Newton-John's Physical, but never surpassed until a 1991 change in chart methodology allowed songs to achieve longer reigns at No.1 ("End of the Road" by Boyz II Men set the new record, 13 weeks). The single, which was certified platinum by the RIAA, also hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart and even reached #4 on the Country chart. Although written by Brooks as a love song, the devout Boone interpreted the song as inspirational and proclaimed that it was instead God who "lit up her life."


Grammy Song Of the Year 1977

"I Write the Songs" is a popular song written by Bruce Johnston in 1975 and made famous by Barry Manilow. Manilow's version reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in January 1976 after spending two weeks atop the Billboard adult contemporary chart in December 1975. The song won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year and was nominated for Record of the Year in 1977 and became one of Manilow's signature songs. Manilow was initially reluctant to record the song, stating in his autobiography Sweet Life: "The problem with the song was that if you didn't listen carefully to the lyric, you would think that the singer was singing about himself. It could be misinterpreted as a monumental ego trip." After persuasion by Clive Davis, then president of Arista Records, Manilow relented and recorded the song, and his version of "I Write the Songs" was the first single taken from the album Tryin' to Get the Feeling. It first charted on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 15, 1975, reaching the top of the chart nine weeks later, on January 17, 1976.

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If there’s one thing that I would like to received this Christmas that would be an authentic watch like the Blancpain Le Brassus for men. I saw this kind of model on a magazine which really took my interest and makes me eager to have one. Isn’t great if you will be attending a very special event wearing that elegant-looking watch? These watches are long lasting and highly durable and sometimes take forever like a very expensive diamond. Just like any other jewelry, buying an Authentic watches is such a great investment too. So I guess I have to start saving my money and cut down my allowance this month in order to have enough money to buy that Blancpain. By the way I also discovered a site that offers a huge collection of Authentic watches, if you are interested, you can visit them at

A Fashion Statement

We buy watches for us to know what the time is. We buy them to avoid us from getting late and to help us to wake up early and be at our office or school in time. Nowadays, watches can be used more than its time-checking function. They can actually be used now as a fashion statement. Since, watches come up with different styles and colors; they can be worn and be matched with your clothes. For me, Rolex Watches are the greatest watches of all as it provides an elegant look and will definitely makes you look more appealing and decent. Authentic Rolex watches are versatile and can be worn with any type of clothes and in any type of event and occasions. If you are interested to know more about Rolex watches, you can check the huge collection of it by visiting


Grammy Song Of the Year 1976

"Send in the Clowns" is a song by Stephen Sondheim from the 1973 musical A Little Night Music, an adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night. It is a ballad from Act II in which the character Desirée reflects on the ironies and disappointments of her life. Among other things, she looks back on an affair years earlier with the lawyer Fredrik. Meeting him after so long, she finds that he is now in an unconsummated marriage with a much younger woman. Desirée proposes marriage to rescue him from this situation, but he declines, citing his dedication to his bride. Reacting to his rejection, Desirée sings this song. The song is later reprised as a coda after Fredrik's young wife runs away with his son, and Fredrik is finally free to accept Desirée's offer. Sondheim wrote the song specifically for the actress Glynis Johns, who created the role of Desirée on Broadway. The song is structured with four verses and a bridge, and uses a complex triple meter. It became Sondheim's most popular song after Judy Collins and Frank Sinatra recorded it in 1975. In 1975, Judy Collins recorded "Send In the Clowns" and included it in her album, Judith. The song was released as a single, which soon became a major pop hit. It remained on the Billboard Hot 100 for 11 weeks in 1975, reaching Number 36. Then, in 1977, the song again reached the Billboard Hot 100, where it remained for 16 weeks and reached Number 19. At the Grammy Awards of 1976, the Judy Collins performance of the song was named "Song of the Year".

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Sunday, December 19, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1975

"The Way We Were" is the title song to the 1973 movie The Way We Were, starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford. The song was written by Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman, scored by Marvin Hamlisch and performed by Streisand. It won the Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Song and also made AFI's list of Top 100 Songs from Film; it was ranked number eight.
"The Way We Were" topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week in 1974 and was replaced by "Love's Theme" by Love Unlimited Orchestra. It then returned to number one for two additional weeks. The song also spent two weeks atop the easy listening chart, Streisand's second single to reach the top of this chart (following 1964's "People").The 45 version of the song is a different vocal take than the version which appeared on the original movie soundtrack and subsequent greatest hits compilations. Streisand's version was listed at #90 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of All Time.


Grammy Song Of the Year 1974

"Killing Me Softly with His Song" is a 1971 song composed by Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel. It has been covered by numerous artists, most notably by Roberta Flack, whose version topped the U.S. pop singles charts, and won a Grammy Award and The Fugees, whose rendition charted at number two, contributing to their Grammy Award-winning album, The Score. Lori Lieberman was the first to record Fox and Gimbel's song, in 1971. It became a bigger hit when covered by Roberta Flack in 1973. Her version won three Grammy Awards: Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Female Performer and it was number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for 4 weeks. It was replaced by "Love Train" by The O'Jays, then returned to the top of the U.S. charts for another week. In 1999 Flack's version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. It also ranked #360 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and #82 on Billboard's Greatest Songs of all time.


Grammy Song Of the Year 1973

"The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" is a 1957 folk song written by political singer/songwriter Ewan MacColl for Peggy Seeger, who was later to become his wife. At the time the couple were lovers, although MacColl was married to someone else. The song entered the pop mainstream when it was released by Roberta Flack, in 1972. The Flack version was much slower than the original: an early solo recording by Seeger, for example, clocked in at two and a half minutes long, whereas Flack's is more than twice that length. It was subsequently covered by numerous other artists. The song was popularized by Roberta Flack and became a breakout hit for the singer after it appeared in the film Play Misty for Me. Though the song first appeared on Flack's 1969 album First Take, Flack's recording of the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 and won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year three years later. Flack's slower, more sensual version was used by Clint Eastwood in his 1971 directorial debut Play Misty for Me during a lovemaking scene. With the new exposure, Atlantic Records cut the song down to four minutes and released it to radio. It became an extremely successful single in the United States, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and Easy Listening charts in April 1972 for six week runs on each.. It reached number fourteen on the UK Singles Chart. Celine Dion has a version of this song too


Grammy Song Of the Year 1972

"You've Got a Friend" is a song from 1971. The song, written by Carole King, was included in her album Tapestry of 1971, but was made famous by James Taylor's cover version the same year. Taylor's rendition, released as a single from his own 1971 album Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon, reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 4 on the UK Singles Chart. The James Taylor version also spent one week at the top of the Easy Listening charts . "You've Got a Friend" won Grammy Awards both for Taylor (Best Male Pop Vocal Performance) and King (Song of the Year). The song was recorded also during 1971 by Dusty Springfield, a recording that predates Taylor's version. It was recorded for her third album for Atlantic Records, but a dispute with the company meant the album was unreleased. The song was left unissued until 1999, when it was issued as a bonus track for the Rhino Records deluxe re-release of Dusty in Memphis. "You've Got a Friend" was performed by Céline Dion, Shania Twain, Gloria Estefan, and Carole King at the VH1 Divas Live concert on April 14, 1998. The event took place in New York City's Beacon Theatre. The entire concert was released on CD and DVD on October 6, 1998. Mariah Carey and Aretha Franklin also participated with this event

No more Space for Games

I think I have to mark down my calendar today! Today is something very special because I was able to finish my Plants versus Zombies Game LOL. I really love playing online games and I used to download a lot of them on my pc. However, the capacity of my hard disk is now loaded with games and is not capable of storing big data anymore. This forced me to remove some of my game files on my pc. Well, maybe I will just check for some brand new games as soon as my dad bought a newly upgraded Hard drive. For the mean time, I will also check some cool Gambling sites to entertain me while I am not allowed to install any games on my pc.

Let's Play Casino

I really love playing casino games. I used to ply these games to keep me away from getting bored especially now that I will be having a 2 weeks holiday vacation. Well, I am not saying that my holidays will be that boring… Of course, I am about to attend some social gatherings and reunions this next few days but again, I will still be spending most of my time inside my house and that would be a little bit boring. Good thing we have Internet and we can install as many games as we want. Of all the online games, I love online casinos the most. First, it offers more thrilling and exciting gaming experience knowing that you will be dealing with real money as if you are playing in the real land-based casinos. In fact, there are some gambling sites that offer cashable casino bonuses which make the game more interesting. For starter, you can join a site that offer no deposit casino bonus which enables you to play casino games free for a set amount of time or with a set amount of casino credit for free. Well, if you think you can only play these games on your PC, well then think again, because there are now mobile casinos for your phones. You can now have a good source of entertainment anytime, any where! Interesting!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1971

"Bridge over Troubled Water" is the title song of Simon & Garfunkel's final album together, released January 26, 1970, though it also appears on the live album "Simon & Garfunkel, Live 1969." It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on February 28, 1970, and stayed at the top of the chart for six weeks. "Bridge over Troubled Water" also topped the adult contemporary chart in the U.S. for six weeks.This song's recording process exposed many of the underlying tensions that eventually led to the breakup of the duo after the album's completion. Most notably, Paul Simon has repeatedly expressed regret over his insistence that Art Garfunkel sing this song as a solo, as it focused attention on Garfunkel and relegated Simon to a secondary position. Art Garfunkel initially did not want to sing lead vocal, feeling it was not right for him. "He felt I should have done it," Paul Simon revealed to Rolling Stone in 1972.Garfunkel said that the moment when he performed it at a 1972 Madison Square Garden benefit concert, as part of a one-off reunion with Simon, was "almost biblical."In performances on the 2003 "Old Friends" tour, Simon and Garfunkel have taken turns singing alternate verses of the vocal. Rolling Stone named it number 47 on The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. The single won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year and Song of the Year in the Grammy Awards of 1971, with its album also winning several awards in the same year.


Grammy Song Of the Year 1970

"Games People Play" is a 1968 song written, composed and performed by singer/song-writer Joe South. The lyrics and title are thought to be a direct reference to Dr. Eric Berne's work on transactional analysis of the same name. The book, which was released in 1964, deals with the "games" human beings play in interacting with one another.The song closely resembles an older song, the traditional Cajun "'Tit Galop Pour Mamou", which was played by the Balfa Brothers among others, and is on the Balfas' Play Traditional Cajun Music. After South's hit got around, Nathan Abshire (accordionist with the Balfas and others), recorded a version in French, with singing by Don Guillory, on his album A Cajun Legend. A new Cajun version, introduced by a partial recounting of the genealogy of the versions, is at under the heading Robert Jardell.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Car Exhibit

I remember the last we went to a car exhibit; we have seen a lot of cool cars being showcased on the event. The event showcased different cars! Some are new models while others are vintage cars. We even saw An RV being promoted on this event and they let us show the interior. I guess, it would be amazing to have this kind of car. I love to travel and i guess, this kind of vehicle is very ideal to me. I did some research about this car and i have found out that it is widely use in North America. There are also some people who live full time with their RV while others are using it mainly for traveling. RV is like a very dynamic type of Car and you can customize it based on your own preferences. You can design it the way you want it to be. In fact, i just saw a website last night that is showcasing different stylish and elegant looking RV Faucet. If you are interested, you can visit the site at and see what else it has to offer for your RV.

Friday, December 10, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1969

"Little Green Apples" is a country song written by Bobby Russell. The version by O. C. Smith, from the album Hickory Holler Revisited, peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the R&B chart. It also received a gold record from the RIAA for sales of one million records. Other artists to have charting versions of this song in the United States were Roger Miller, on his album A Tender Look at Love, and Patti Page, on her album Gentle on My Mind, both in 1968; Miller's rendition also charted in the United Kingdom. "Little Green Apples" won Russell the 1969 Grammy Award for Song of the Year and the Grammy Award for Best Country Song.


Grammy Song Of the Year 1968

"Up, Up and Away" is a 1967 song written by Jimmy Webb and recorded by The 5th Dimension, that became a major pop hit, reaching #7 on the U.S. Pop Singles chart and sold well in Canada. The single peaked at #9 on Billboard's Easy Listening Top 40. A canonical example of sunshine pop, themed around images of hot air ballooning, it cleaned up at the Grammy Awards of 1968, winning for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, Other Pop/Rock&Roll/ Contemporary Awards or Instrumental, and the big prizes of Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Al Casey was the guitarist on this recording, as was fellow "Wrecking Crew" drummer Hal Blaine. Diana Ross & the Supremes recorded a version of the song in 1967 for their album Reflections. Dionne Warwick recorded a version of the tune on her 1967 Valley Of The Dolls.

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Tuesday, December 7, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1967

Michelle" is a love ballad by The Beatles, mainly written by Paul McCartney, which is featured on their Rubber Soul album. The song departs from most of The Beatles' other recordings in that some of the lyrics are in French. "Michelle" won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1966, and has become one of the most famous Beatles songs in France. "Michelle" won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1966. The song's win over standard fare "Born Free", "The Impossible Dream", "Somewhere My Love" and "Strangers in the Night" was seen as something of a triumph for The Beatles, who had in 1965 been nominated, but were unsuccessful, in nine categories. In 1999, BMI named "Michelle" as the 42nd most performed song of the 20th century. "Michelle" was performed by McCartney throughout his 1993 world tour. He has rarely performed the song since, but did include it in a 2009 performance in Washington, DC, in honour of Michelle Obama, the American First Lady, and he would play it on most (if not all) of his performances in France or other French-speaking countries.

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Grammy Song Of the Year 1966

"The Shadow of Your Smile", also known as "Love Theme from The Sandpiper", is a popular song. The music was written by Johnny Mandel with the lyrics written by Paul Francis Webster. The song was introduced in the 1965 film The Sandpiper with a trumpet solo by Jack Sheldon and later became a minor hit for Tony Bennett (Johnny Mandel arranged and conducted his version as well). It won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year and the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Tony Bennett re-recorded this song for his album Duets: An American Classic with Colombian-rock singer Juanes in a "Spanglish" version. This marked the first time that Juanes sang in English and Tony Bennett in Spanish.Carly Smithson performed "The Shadow of Your Smile" on Season 7 of American Idol during the top 24 performances. It was released for download from the iTunes store on February 21, 2008.

Grammy Song of the Year 1966 Nominees
  • "I Will Wait for You" by Connie Francis
  • "The September of My Years" by Frank Sinatra
  • "Yesterday" by The Beatles
  • "King of the Road" by Roger Miller


Cosmetic Surgery

Will you ever consider undergoing cosmetic surgery just to have the body that you desire to have? Well, for me there’s nothing really wrong in cosmetic surgery. Some of you might say that we should have what so-called “Contentment” but believe me guys, contentment will not save you from being insulted and being teased. I have a friend who undergone such surgery and we saw a big improvement on her not just physically but also they way she socialize with others. Cosmetic surgery comes with wide variety. There are different kinds of Cosmetic surgery including rhinoplasty, liposuction, male organ enhancement, breast augmentation and more. The procedure is now very common especially in California. The california cosmetic surgery offers huge variety of treatment including the well known beverly hills rhinoplasty procedure being offered by The Rodeo Drive Cosmetic clinic. Rhinoplasty is a procedure where nose are being reconstructed based on the customer’s preferences. If your nose is too short or too long, then let it be reconstructed and make it more appealing to you. In fact, I just went to their official site to see what’s new. The Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery is well known for providing quality service and very satisfying results for their costumers. No wonder why a lot of my friends are buzzing about it. If you are worrying about your flabs, then you can also try tummy tuck in Beverly Hills to get rid of those unwanted stomach flabs and get ripped in no time. Overall, for me, it is okay to undergo cosmetic surgery as long as you will be dealing with the right and well trained surgeons. Do not ever take the risk and always observe or else you will be living in a nightmare forever. Seek advises from the experts and let them recommend you the best options for you.


Grammy Song Of the Year 1965

"Hello, Dolly!" is the title song of the popular 1964 musical of the same name. Louis Armstrong's version was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001. The music and lyrics were written by Jerry Herman, who also wrote the scores for many other popular musicals including Mame and La Cage aux Folles. The best-known recording is by Louis Armstrong in 1964. His version reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, ending The Beatles' streak of three number-one hits in a row (they also held the top three spots) and becoming the biggest hit of Armstrong's career, followed by a gold-selling album of the same name. The song also spent nine weeks atop the adult contemporary chart shortly after the opening of the musical. "Hello, Dolly!" won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1965, and Armstrong received a Grammy for Best Vocal Performance, Male. Louis Armstrong also performed the song (together with Barbra Streisand) in the popular 1969 film Hello, Dolly!.

Grammy Song of the Year 1965 Nominees
  • "A Hard Day's Night" by The Beatles
  • "Dear Heart" by Andy Williams
  • "People" by Barbra Streisand
  • "Who Can I Turn To?" by Tony Bennett

I Need Payday Loans

This is my HP laptop and I’ve been using this for years now and I guess it is the right time for me to replace it and buy a brand new one. My sister Mirasol has been requesting me to buy her a laptop but I just keep on refusing to her request because we all know how expensive the laptop is. I just told her that when I bought a new one, I will give the old one to her and I think, looking at her face, it satisfies her. I guess I need to apply for payday loans in order to buy a new one. Well, my budget is enough for me and for my daily expenses but I don’t have enough money to buy other stuffs like this. Most of my colleagues are buzzing about these payday loans which make me really more interested to apply for it. Well, payday loans are not that big compare to other loans which is good because it will be easy for you to pay your bills without worrying about the monthly payments. Some lending companies are deducting your payment directly from your monthly salary. You can even apply for payday loans online. Anyway, I’m sure Mirasol will be very happy as soon as she finds out that I will b buying a brand new lappie.

Monday, December 6, 2010


Grammy Song Of the Year 1963

"Days of Wine and Roses" is a popular song, from the 1962 movie of the same name. The music was written by Henry Mancini with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. They received the Academy Award for Best Original Song for their work. The song is composed of only two sentences, one for each stanza. The best-known recording of the song was by Andy Williams in 1963, but several other recording artists have done the song, including Perry Como, composer Henry Mancini and the famous guitarist Wes Montgomery (1963: Boss Guitar) and Canadian virtuoso Lenny Breau. Andy Williams' version was recorded for Columbia Records. It was released as catalog number 42674. The song reached #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and was the featured track of an album by Williams of the same name, which was a #1-charting album on the Billboard album charts.

Grammy Song of the Year 1963 Nominees
  • "Call Me Irresponsible" by Frank Sinatra
  • "The Good Life" by Tony Bennett
  • "I Wanna Be Around" by Tony Bennett
  • "Wives and Lovers" by Jack Jones

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A Car Accident on the road

There was such a huge and heavy traffic yesterday. We were actually on the way back to our office after our Manager Miss Nelie assigned us to make a product inventory check on the other branch near us. However, there was this horrifying accident on the road which caused the heavy traffic. I have seen the place of the accident and it was a bit shocking! We saw a man lying down on the floor being knocked down after getting hit by a car. He was riding on a motor cycle. I just don't know how all this event get started but after it was being published in the newspaper today, i found out that it was the car owners fault. The driver was over speeding and failed to notice the motorcycle ahead of him. But the weird thing here is that, instead of apologizing, the driver of the car still depending himself and planning to sue the motorcycle which is quite unfair to me. And one more thing! The car owner is connected to a highly appointed official which make me quite worried wheter the driver of the motorcycle, who is obviously the victim here will win the case or not. I think he better seek for something like the Personal Injury Lawyer Albany OR has. They will ensure that all the victims of such kind of unlawful accidents will get the best chances of winning the case and let them achieve the justice that they deserve. Anyway i have learned one good lesson here, Always keep yourself ready because any time and anywhere, accidents can happen so be prepared and insure yourself!
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