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This whole monstruousity was originally conveived February through March 2001 by the members of The Big Note - a Frank Zappa YahooGroup. After an arduous gestation period, this site was birthed on April 11 2001. True to the essence of collaborative effort, these people are held responsible.

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POP Goes That Weasel

Wisdom harbored from another web site:
According to ancient folkloric wisdom (at least for the past half century or so), the title of the song that was number one in the pop charts on the day you were born is the theme of your life. ( I'm curious as to the themes of others. D "Cherry Pink-Apple Blossom White" (by Perez Prado)
H/glands of destiny (There must be some sort of mistake...)

My theme for life would have been Maggie May by Rod Steward - except I'm Belgian, so it was probably "Breng die Rozen naar Sandra" by Will Ferdy (roughly translated: "Bring those Roses to Sandra").
Talk about bad karma...

This Does not bode well...
Chuck Berry - My Ding-a-ling
(This must explain my propensity for masturbation)

"At The Hop"
Appropriate, really...
That was fun.

Well, mine was "My Love" by Paul McCartney and Wings. I can't believe Paul ever left that band; he was the most talented one.

"It's Now or NeverÓ" by Elvis, for me. Carpe diem with four-way hips (to a Latin beat.) Oddly enough, this describes events so far to a T.

My song is "Blue Moon".

Mine is "Can't Buy Me Love", by The Beatles (5/4/64).
This probably explains the incredibly low amounts in my heavenly bank account...

Cheer up. If you can't buy love, you can always rent it!

"Blue Velvet", by Bobby Vinton; "She Loves You", by The Beatles...
(sniff) I remember the day like it was my birthday...

Now I know why I feel such an affinity to the Chrysler K-Cars. The Song that was #1 on my birthrate was: Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu (Volare) by Domenico Modugno.
"Voh-lar-aye... Whoa-oa-oa-oa!"
Uncle Herman

On the nose:
"Another Brick in the Wall Part 2". The Jam song was "Going Underground".
Monsieur Pugh

For those who are age appropriate, it might be worth your while to check what song was number one nine months prior to your birth.
D "Three Coins In a Fountain" (by Frank Sinatra) H/glands of destiny

My "conceptual" continuity is "All Shook Up" by Elvis. I love the concept! They got all shook up, and had me at the hop...
It could have been much worse.

"Three Beers on the Front Stoop", by Big Wally and Slim Virginia...

Frank Zappa

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