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Happy Birthday to Starr, tomorrow  Isabelle5  10 Dec 10 8:34AM Thread Closed

Great wishes to our East Coast poet!  Here's to all your dreams coming true!

Isabelle

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, Sunday  Isabelle5  10 Dec 10 8:35AM Thread Closed

> Great wishes to our East Coast poet!  Here's to all your dreams
> coming true!
>
> Isabelle

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, Sunday  unknown  10 Dec 10 8:47AM Thread Closed

> > Great wishes to our East Coast poet!  Here's to all your dreams
> > coming true!
> >
> > Isabelle

May the pigeons shit on him forever!

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, Sunday  PaulS  10 Dec 10 8:49AM Thread Closed

Happy B day starr man.

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, tomorrow  sybarite  10 Dec 10 9:28AM Thread Closed

Happy birthday Starr.
xxxx
oooo

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, tomorrow  jharrison  10 Dec 10 10:50AM Thread Closed

Schmooches and muuuwaaah's to you on your Birthday, Starrman :)


xoxoxoxoxo

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, Sunday  mr_e  10 Dec 10 12:19PM Thread Closed

HAPPY BIRTHDAY STARR!

re: Happy Birthday to Starr, Sunday  fractalcore  11 Dec 10 9:37AM Thread Closed

birthday happy burp, starr!
take care always.


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Happy Birthday to Starr  AlchemiA  11 Dec 10 10:41AM Thread Closed

Many Happy Returns and new turns too: the concept of 'turn' and 'returns' as in circadian rhythms and habit patterns and labyrinthine passages like frontal lobes curling in the brain where you end up returning to where you started again -- Solar Returns are a tool of Astrology, a map but not the territory of your propensity to choose the rut you're in, instead of a life of courage following "that dream in your Heart," where Love 'n Joy begin -- nevertheless, the dream is enCouraged every round of the Sun 'cause on your Birthday, you're the chosen one

starr sees a 'see' of change: change the way you look at things and the things you look at change

re: Happy Birthday to Starr and to Bill Haast  unknown  13 Dec 10 7:19AM Thread Closed

Sorry, you can't fast forward through that old film.
Parts of it are sort of interesting, but, yeah, it's the cobra-catch,
and to see him working again, wow, no-one else in the world
did that like that, no muss, no fuss, and the audience was right there.

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