August 11, 2003

And they were singing...

TDavid of Things that ... make you go hmm has recorded another rendition (partial) of Blogistan Pie.

If these keeps up I may have to make my first audblog post ever to contribute my own a capella version. You'll wish I hadn't!

Posted by xian at August 11, 2003 10:35 AM
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