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=3 on YouTube, freakin hillarious

=3 on YouTube, freakin hillarious

Because He Lives.  still in copyright.  remainder of chorus/refrain is: "And life is worth the living just because He lives."

Because He Lives. still in copyright. remainder of chorus/refrain is: "And life is worth the living just because He lives.

Follow yonce & get posts on the daily @hayleybyu

Follow yonce & get posts on the daily @hayleybyu

Seriously, this show is the best thing to come out of the tele in DECADES Learning to accept: people different than you, Girls of all personalities can be bad@$$ action girls and still act like girls, and that you can turn an enemy into a friend if you're kind to them. OH I LOVE THIS SHOW!

Avatar the last airbender Love how Sokka's the only one not serious, but toph's is how i see my life

Total Vintage Construction Snakehead Neck - One piece Maple. In 1949 Leo Fender designed a prototype guitar for field-testing. Based on artist feedback it would become the Telecaster®. As the Tele® grew in popularity hard-core fans discovered its prototype, dubbing it the “Snakehead” for its distinctive headstock.Now Warmoth's Snakehead replacement neck lets you easily mod your Tele® for that early proto look without sacrificing modern playability and construction.

Warmoth Custom Guitar Parts - In Stock Showcase Neck

this would solve a lot of problems. :)  reading in bed, sleeping in bed, watching the tele in bed and just plain being lazy.

I see myself curled up here with a comfy blanket and good book Master BR sitting area-- large chair like this?

Wacky Races - Hanna Barbera - Peter Perfect, Penelope Pitstop, Muttley, Dick Dastardly e i fratelli Slag (The Slag Brothers) Serie di 5 tele personaggi Wacky Races by Hanna-Barbera. Misure di una singola tela: 40cm x 50cm per un totale di 200cm x 50cm.

Wacky Races - Hanna Barbera - Peter Perfect, Penelope Pitstop, Muttley, Dick Dastardly, The Slag Brothers

The first Rosewood Telecaster was given to George Harrison as a gift from Fender to be used in the Beatles movie "Let It Be" 1969. Its production ran from 1969 to 1972

Fender Rosewood Telecaster - Oh good, this is full rosewood? must be producing really warm-soft tele sound!

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