Thursday, November 27, 2008

Let the Holiday Healing Begin

Posted By on Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 11:28 AM

My friend Leighton is a Hives freak and put this up on his Facebook page.

I like it and think it has great potential to bridge the divisions we have growing in our lovely town, county and state. This could be the song that brings Sen. Aboud together with Capt. Al. This could be the song that brings together Chuck Huckelberry and Bill Risner. This could be the song that makes water-hungry developers admit they are wrong and that Councilwoman Regina Romero is right. Endless possibilities. So much listening to do. Get busy.

If you want to send the tune to any of these folks, you can download if for free from Nov. 28 through 30.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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