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Thursday, November 11

Taylor Swift

I told my wife last week after seeing Taylor Swift on the Ellen Degeneris Show that Taylor Swift would in the next ten years become as big a star as Barbra became way back at her beginning. And I don't mean as a singer, as a movie star. It was refreshing to see someone whom this instant fame at an early age has affected so little. You just watch, the next ten years. Huge star. And right now you might as well watch her and listen to her sing "White Horse," a really nifty song which, unlike way too many current songs, allows the listener to hear and understand the lyrics. (If you right click on the video, you can watch it "full screen," and when you're done, just right click again to "exit full screen.")

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