Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Who Would You Like To See In A Celebrity Dealth Match?


The Beatles?

5 comments:

Buzz Jackson said...

I would. I've never been a Beatles fan, largely because I resent the way the Baby Boomers have been shoving their culture down the throats of the rest of us for the last three decades.

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