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Songs about mail
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Saturday, September 18, 2010 at 7:15 AM (Pacific)

Elvis Presley - "Return to Sender" (1962)

Does anyone write songs about email? How about texting?

Give me a ticket for an airplane
I ain't got time to take no fast train
Oh, the lonely days are gone, I'm coming home
My baby, she texted me.

It isn't quite the same, eh?


Top: J.Crew boatneck painter tee in Soft Dove
Cardigan: J.Crew Jackie in navy blue
Necklace: gift from husband
Skirt: Heartbreaker Fashion anchor print (detail here) at ModCloth
Boots: Cydwoq Extreme

Ah! Finally a pic of the boots. The mid-calf height is versatile in our climate; on many days, tall boots would feel hot. I've worn these in the dead of winter (okay, for us that usually doesn't mean freezing, but it does get cold) with wool tights, but here, they're fine with bare legs.

I'm currently working on our International screen (my department's internal tracking system). I went for that next because it has the most records involving document processing. PHP is faster than Lasso, to the point you can get away with some interesting processing ideas, but of course you like to test out the speed on a bigger data set.

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