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March 23, 2009


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...AND his Olivier as backup.

...I almost accidentally put "Oliver."


7 blogs in a month... I almost wonder why I've bookmarked Storefront Rebellion. Have you grown tired of blogging?

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Thanks for your opinion. but I have the philosophy that I will check both of them and I have to get my own opinion about them.

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well as you say, we can't wait to see the performance of this person in the stage, I hope that all the people who support this can be for that day.

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Im not surprised as well, i already has this idea that it will happen.


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