links for 2006-07-06

  • Waiting for Star Wars by UncleTom
  • Homeschool Lapbooks – History – Science – Lap Books – Home School – Hands-On – Pre-Assembled – Ready Made – Education
  • The Very Secret Diary of Aragorn, Son of Arathorn By: Cassandra Claire “Day Four: Stuck on mountain with Hobbits. Boromir really annoying.”
  • Welcome to the Retribution website. We are a friendly and organized online gaming community. If you would like to learn more about us, visit the Lore section. Within you will find our background and history. Our rules and recruitment policies are public
  • A community of 8,500 game players, webmasters, and developers. Players :: Play free flash games and compete for high scores. Webmasters :: Get pnFlashGames for your website. Web Developers :: Use the pnFlashGames API in your project. Game Developers :
  • In the Good Old Summertime, performed by John Philip Sousa’s Band (recorded 27 October 1905, which is not in the summertime)
  • Grand Old Rag, performed by Billy Murray (recorded 06 February 1906)
  • The Arkansas Traveler, performed by Len Spencer (recorded 01 December 1908)
  • Shine on Harvest Moon, performed by Miss Walton and Mister MacDonough (recorded December 1908)
  • In My Merry Oldsmobile, performed by Billy Murray (recorded 01 February 1909)
  • The Yama Yama Man, performed by Ada Jones (recorded May 1909)
  • I’ve Got Rings on My Fingers (Bells on my Toes), performed by Blanche Ring (recorded 24 June 1909)
  • Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?, performed by Nora Bayes (recorded 07 March 1910)
  • Come Josephine In My Flying Machine, performed by Ada Jones and Billy Murray with The American Quartet (recorded November 1910)
  • Mister Moon Man, Turn Off the Light, performed by Jack Norworth and Nora Bayes (recorded 24 April 1911)
  • Life’s a Funny Proposition After All, performed by George M. Cohan (recorded 04 May 1911)
  • That Haunting Melody, performed by Al Jolson (recorded 22 December 1911)
  • Carry Me Back to Old Virginny, performed by Alma Gluck (recorded 13 November 1914)
  • It’s a Long Way to Tipperary, performed by John McCormack (recorded 23 November 1914)
  • Smiles and Chuckles, performed by The Six Brown Brothers (recorded 09 May 1917)
  • Tiger Rag, performed by The Original Dixieland Jass Band (recorded 25 March 1918)
  • Over There, performed by Enrico Caruso (recorded 11 July 1918)
  • After You’ve Gone, performed by Marion Harris (recorded 22 July 1918)
  • A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody, performed by John Steel (recorded 30 June 1919)
  • I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles, performed by Ben Selvin and His Novelty Orchestra (recorded 31 July 1919)
  • MonsterCommerce announced that they are a finalist for a 2006 Most Innovative Company Stevie(r) Award. The Stevie(r) Awards are presented by the American Business Awards, which nationally recognizes outstanding businesses and individual performances in th
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