Joined: Apr 8, 2015
Janet writes in Brooklyn, gathers video tapes everywhere, can be found via warmlyjanetburns.com, and thinks Sam Raimi's "Darkman" is essential.
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The musical icon would have turned 96 years old today.
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The difference between delicious and deadly can be deviously small.
Something to ponder during your next bubble bath.
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Kids around the world treasure his toe-tapping tunes.