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  • I think my media player knows I am in a soppy mood because its playing all the soul breakers, such as Whiter Shade of Pale, He Aint Heavy He's My Brother, You've Lost That Lovin Feeling, etc.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • Whiter Shade of Pale by Procul Harum takes me back to summer school at St. George's in 1967 listening to WBZ out of Boston as I struggled with math homework.

    Question of the Day

  • The Diary of a Geek in Oxfordshire: Whiter Than White? skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Whiter Than White?

  • We already know Sarah and the rest of the “Whiter Shades of Palins” up north are down with that sort of lunacy.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • We used to think Dr. Rice was the sole sane voice in the Bush Whiter House.

    Wonk Room » Rice: Al Qaeda A Greater Threat Than Nazi Germany

  • Christian Landers' book Whiter Shades of Pale sardonically notes that Detroit is an especially agreeable place for artist-posers with modest trust funds.

    Vince Carducci: Revealing Detroit Photographically

  • I can't imagine that in one of the wealthier and Whiter areas of the city that an older White woman would be stopped and detained under similar circumstances.

    Keith Rushing: The Reasons Why So Many Black People Are in Prison Go Well Beyond Profiling

  • "Whiter than white", "ethical foreign policy", respect for human rights - don't make me laugh.

    "complicit with serious abuse"

  • Doctor Steve(y) Stevens, cofounder of the Smile Therapy Den (STD), is registered with the International Association of Optimistic Therapists, Forgive and Forget, a foundation for the promotion of nothing in particular (since no one can remember why the foundation was set up in the first place, but everyone has a hoot at the gatherings), the Northern Chinese Society for Whiter Teeth, and the Southern Michigan Institute of Lasting Elation (SMIoLE).

    THREE CONVERSATIONS WITH STEVE THE OPTIMIST(IC THERAPIST)

  • Sebastian Faulks, acceding to requests for a reading from Birdsong over his latest novel, muttered, "We never normally do 'A Whiter Shade of Pale ', but just this once ...".

    The week in books

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