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Song for Sharon

Joni Mitchell:

Oh no (not my baby)

Carole with her wonderful Brill Building hit:

So far away

Carole with James on guitar:

Sweet baby James


You can close your eyes

James and Carly:

Sit down, I think I love you

Buffalo Springfield:


Carly with the song she wrote about waiting for her date with Cat Stevens:

Morning has broken

Cat Stevens:

Quote of the day


From the very beginning, Obama’s language has been the polite translation of the insane ravings of the conservatives – rather than a refutation of it. His job has been to make the insanity behind those right-wing ideas sound sane.


I’ve been watching his public service activities for a while, and I believe the man is sincere:

In the minutes before giving his first commencement speech, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick professed to be more nervous than before a football game.

He had nothing to worry about. A lovingly raucous crowd of several hundred cheered Vick throughout his remarks Friday to graduates of the alternative Camelot high schools at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.

The fact that he surprised a pair of students with $5,000 college scholarships didn’t hurt either.

The theme of redemption proved to be the heart of the connection between the ex-con NFL superstar and the 450 graduates. Camelot’s six campuses in Philadelphia serve about 1,800 students with emotional, disciplinary or academic problems.

In speeches during Friday’s ceremony and in a private meeting with Vick before the big event, several graduates spoke of rebounding from previous troubles or poor choices to earn a diploma with the second chance they were given at Camelot.

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