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[btvsrpg-eden] Amber Benson on NPR

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  • daDiceGuy
    Amber Benson had a short interview on NPR yesterday on Here & Now http://www.hereandnow.org/2009/06/rundown-630/ Scroll down daDiceGuy -- Seen on a bumper
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2009
      Amber Benson had a short interview on NPR yesterday on Here & Now
      http://www.hereandnow.org/2009/06/rundown-630/
      Scroll down

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    • Oliver Esmonde
      Nice interview. Thanks for spotting it. Oliver The rain it raineth every day, Upon the just and unjust fella, But mostly on the just, because The unjust hath
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 5, 2009
        Nice interview.

        Thanks for spotting it.

        Oliver

        "The rain it raineth every day,
        Upon the just and unjust fella,
        But mostly on the just, because
        The unjust hath the just's umbrella."
        The Rain - Byron Charles Bowen




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        > From: dicecipher@...
        > Date: Wed, 1 Jul 2009 17:04:41 -0400
        > Subject: [btvsrpg-eden] Amber Benson on NPR
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        > Amber Benson had a short interview on NPR yesterday on Here & Now
        > http://www.hereandnow.org/2009/06/rundown-630/
        > Scroll down
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        > daDiceGuy
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