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BEST HALLOWEEN LIGHTS OF 2011????? I vote yes

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Magazine is a Broken iPad

The baby girl in this video is a pretty accurate commentary on the future generation and their capacity to understand technology while failing to comprehend the simple things. Even at such a young age, she knows how to use her father's iPad, butflipping through a magazine is a huge challenge.
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When my 8 year-old boy grabbed and held my hand last night it made me think of this. A fellow dad shared this with me and I’ve kept it close to remind myself. SOONER THAN YOU THINK-- One day Sooner than you think The echoes of your child's laughter Will have faded from your house One day Sooner than you think Their bed will be empty Their toys gone and their posters taken down One day Sooner than you think Their messy room will be clean And used for something else One day Sooner than you think The house they lit up with their voices Will be silent except for those soft sounds grown-ups make One day Sooner than you think The basketball hoop in the driveway Will stand unused all year One day Sooner than you think The swing set in the backyard Will be given away One day Sooner than you think Your child's spot at the dinner table Will be empty One day Sooner than you think Your son or daughter will visit you Just for awhile when they have time One day Sooner than you think Your house will be quiet Between their visits But today your child is home And they want to spend time with you Put off your work And take that time Because, one day . . . (HERE'S THE ACTUAL AUDIO FROM THE SHOW-click below) OneDayPoem
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One of the coolest band routines ever!

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Steve Jobs narrates “Here’s to the Crazy Ones”

Here’s to you, Steve. You were the crazy one. (This is so inspiring)
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29 years old and hearing myself for the 1st time! (THIS WILL MAKE YOU SMILE)

I was born deaf and 8 weeks ago I received a hearing implant. This is the video of them turning it on and me hearing myself for the first tim
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Fire Relief: The Concert for Central Texas

George Strait to perform at Fire Relief:

The Concert for Central Texas

 at the Frank Erwin Center October 17

George Strait will join the Dixie Chicks, Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Asleep at the Wheel, and special guests Eric Johnson, Steve Miller, Joe Satriani, Christopher Cross, Shawn Colvin and the Court Yard Hounds, the Texas Tornados, Randy Rogers and Terri Hendrix at Fire Relief: The Concert for Central Texas to help raise money for victims of the devastating wildfires this summer. Emcees for the evening will include Kyle Chandler and Turk Pipkin.

With a career spanning more than 30 years, George Strait has the most No. 1 singles of any artist in history including Elvis (57 to date inclusive of all charts). Strait’s latest album, “Here for a Good Time,” debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart and the Top Country Albums chart. This is the 14th time in Strait's career that a new release has debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. The goal of Fire Relief: The Concert for Central Texas is to help the people affected by the fires with their long-term issues and problems, such as regaining livelihoods. All of the proceeds will be dispersed to central Texas community organizations and charities via the Central Texas Wildfire Fund at the Austin Community Foundation. Monday, October 17 at 7 p.m. Frank Erwin Center Austin, Texas TICKETS ARE $25, $35, $100 AND $250 VIP AND ARE ON SALE NOW! More tickets will be released Wednesday, September 28 at 10 a.m. Tickets are available at all Texas Box Office outlets including select H-E-B stores, Ft. Hood ITR and Renaissance Records in Killeen, by phone at (512) 477-6060 or 1-800-982-2386 or online at All information is subject to change. Suites at the Frank Erwin Center provide a unique environment to entertain your clients, family and friends. For more information, call (512) 471-4713 or email
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