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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    November 27, 2012



    Diane, there is a great one in Alton if you get up that way.The fellow broadcasts low-freq Christmas music (so you can hear on the car radio.) Its amazing! Just posted a video a childhood friend took on FB. Ann


    Thanks for that link Diane, that is an impressive display. First time I'd heard the music. The lighting was amazing.

    A little info on the song I saw this weekend: "Over Thanksgiving weekend, South Korean rapper Psy surpassed Justin Bieber and to take the title of all-time YouTube most-viewed video with 827 million views and counting for his viral hit “Gangnam Style.”
    The previous record holder, Bieber’s “Baby,”has 805 million views, according to MTV.com.
    YouTube trends manager Kevin Allocca told MTV News that “Gangnam Style” just might be the first video to reach 1 billion views on YouTube."


    Diane, you can see more at his website listentoourlights.com . In 2011 he used a number of holiday songs and a few non-holiday songs. He has videos of them all.

    Diane Meyer

    Rand, the Gangnam thing is rather amazing, it's part of the Urban Dictionary now.


    Oh my, I am laughing so hard - I can't believe you discussing Gangnam style!!!!

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