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May 27, 2007
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Better High Class then no class. Still looking for Wallace Reid and Juanita Hansen. I'll never get Jane Shore finished now.
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Maybe I'll have better luck with my latest discovery Sive Hughett in my Epic Extravaganza of the Black Death Dance, Dance Macabre. Due out in August 1918.
 

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>>to think they said I was high-class....

>Well, that was just a lie."

There's a lot of truth in your jest, Mr. Jason. The yin and yang of my personality. Dixie Cups with Coasters. Go figger.
 

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Ah, let's get on the road again.

~Survivor's road led to Shangri-La.
~Survivor's road led to The Young and the Restless.
~Survivor's road led to an ex-Beatle's adios to a former partnership.
~Famous red bird along the road.
~There were searchers aplenty, at one point along the road.
~Edith Piaf a REALLY unexpected detour.
 
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Is that all there is? I went shoppin' for clothes after searchin' for my black denim trousers and motorcycle boots.

Stand by me, Rudy baby, 'cause these lucky lips say:

Andrea Doria

(I got it BEFORE your last post ~ you really MUST leave some time in-between your clues.)

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DUDE! Good work!

For those who were following along; 99% of the clues I gave, as well as random sentences not labeled as clues, were either Lieber-Stoller song titles; lyrical excerpts; or groups that recorded Lieber-Stoller songs.

Mike Stoller was an Andrea Doria survivor.

I thought that since I ended one Andrea Doria quiz early, I'd just do another.
 

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~A best selling book.
~Abusive mother.
~Rebellious sibling.
~Shipwreck death avoided.
~A Revolution.
~Artists seemingly doomed effect last minute escape, in a manner of speaking.
~Two lived, but then later only one lived and one died. The death of the victim became immortal, in a way.
~Other cultural great not as lucky.
 

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>I want a cookie now.

Better than a cookie. I have a bag of those most dreaded of snacks from 1984~ "The Frookie"~ on hand.

Mike Poirier remembers those as well. They were these rock hard 'health cookies' that tasted like orange rind and flour dough. An indescribable good-mood-killing treat tht, it seems, everyone's grandparents tried buying for them once.

When I come out to visit you, you shall have your Frookie.
 
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I don't remember Frookies. I got Cookies from Grandma so nah nah nah.
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Andrea Doria

(I got it BEFORE your last post ~ you really MUST leave some time in-between your clues.)
Oh look it's Teacher's Pet!
 
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You're lucky Geo! I only get a nasty, health-infused, intestinal blockage (like the captain of the Morro Castle) of a cookie instead of a real cookie.
That's no fun. I got Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars from my Nana. I make them once a blue moon for my daughter. Not really unhealthy but really can make you hyper especially if your 3 yrs old.