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FB: Non so dov'e quello.

It's in Northern Italy. The most important city is Milan.

Ahh...Milano e buono e bellissima! Pero, prefiero Venecia! E tan como la shora! Sono di sur d'Italia! Sono nubiano!
Fontana:
So basically you're, like, Bavarian with an Italian accent.

Mia professoressa le dijieron che quello che norte d'Italia sono Germani coi parlano l'Italiano pero tienen los nomes apellidi d'Germani, e quello esta estrano!
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Say what?

Looks right to me. (We did it my freshman year.)

Maybe I'm repeating myself, but: I saw "Hair" in New York in 1968 during a little vacation there. I loved it, and bought the LP (long playing record album) before going back home. (I still have the record and even play it once in a while. I like the song about Abraham Lincoln. And "What a Piece of Work is Man." The other songs, too.)
I saw "Hair" again in 1969, while in NY on my honeymoon. In the meantime, Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) had been succeeded as president by Richard Nixon. The songs and dialogue were updated to reflect this, but "Tricky " instead of "LBJ" just didn't work in the LBJ-IRT song. There were some flat moments in the play now, too. My husband, who hadn't seen "Hair" before, enjoyed it, but I found it a bit of a disappointment the second time around possibly because it was so novel and exciting and significant the year before. (And it had given me my first glimpse of nudity on stage. Can't forget that.)

Maria Conlon
Sabba sibby sabba, nooby abba nabba, le le lo lo...
I like the song about(name of another war-making president deleted) And "What a Piece of Work is Man."

Good woman.
Good women like men. Yeah, I know the difference between Man and man, but I had to make my point.

Charles Riggs
Maybe I'm repeating myself, but: I saw "Hair" in New York in 1968 during a little vacation there. I loved ... while. I like the song about Abraham Lincoln. And "What a Piece of Work is Man." The other songs, too.)

The CD has several added numbers, all of which are great. The music holds up astonishingly well.

Dena Jo
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Dylan:
You did answer two minutes after you sent the above one.

No point trying to contradict him Skitt, you'll just confuse him

Huh?