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Anoop Desai moved to Atlanta last week; Adam Lambert gives hope to very sick local kid

Anoop Desai backstage at the"Doggies on the Catwalk" fundraiser at Grady High School, Friday, January 21, 2011. CREDIT: Rodney Ho

Anoop Desai backstage at the"Doggies on the Catwalk" fundraiser at Grady High School, Friday, January 21, 2011. CREDIT: Rodney Ho

I was backstage at  the “Doggies on the Catwalk” PAWS Atlanta fundraiser last Friday at Grady High School. In an out-of-the-blue coincidence, I ran into season eight finalist Anoop Desai.

Anoop, who has been living in Raleigh-Durham, moved to Atlanta last week to be closer to the action. (He tried out Los Angeles last year but that didn’t click.)

He said he’s going to work on some mix tapes. He has moved into the Virginia-Highland area.  He also has a raft of friends who live here, which is why I ran into him in 2009 at Variety Playhouse for an Amos Lee concert.

- The Bert Show on Q100, through Bert’s Big Adventure, each year takes a group of kids who have chronic or terminal illnesses and their families to Walt Disney World in Orlando for free.  One of the kids, Jessi Kimsey, though, came down for pneumonia and is too sick to go.  (She has muscular dystrophy.) She’s not doing well at all.

Jessi’s  a big fan of Adam Lambert and has pictures of him all over her hospital room. The show reached out to his people. From Sweden, while on tour, Lambert actually left a phone message for the little girl. She is not conscious. But her heart rate increased markedly after hearing the message. Here’s the story on Q100’s website.

- Lee DeWyze really gets no respect, does he? He was supposed to perform the NFC Championship Game National  Anthem yesterday.  But the Bears wanted Jim Cornelison, an opera singer who does the National Anthem for the Chicago Blackhawks and performed a week earlier. So DeWyze ended up performing two songs at halftime instead. Not a bad consolation prize but still…

- Crystal Bowersox is in town Wednesday to meet with radio stations (including Dave FM’s Mara  Davis) and Ryan Seacrest’s Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta “The Voice” project near Emory. I plan to meet up with her there. Her single “Farmer’s Daughter’ has been picked up by five adult alternative stations, including Dave FM.

238 comments Add your comment

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
12:30 pm

Yes! A new thread!

Quick thoughts:

Anoop: Where is the pocket protector and tape on the glasses?

Crystal: Good luck with the interview Rodney.

Lee: I saw the guy that sang the Star Spangled Banner. Good call on their part.

And kudos to “The Guy Who Came In Second to Kris Allen. (You know, Kris, the guy who actually won?)” I may not like his music… but I give credit where it’s due. He did good.

Nana

January 24th, 2011
12:31 pm

My prayers with Jessi and her family. Hope she will get well so she can go to DW. Once Adam’s tour is over, hopefully, he can see her in person.. I know it would mean alot to her.

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
12:32 pm

Rodney found Waldo! Right on.

Looking forward to your interview with Crystal. Lee… LOL. Lee meet Anoop, Anoop meet Lee.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
12:37 pm

If Anoop was at “Doggies on the Catwalk,” he’s taking that whole “Anoop-dog” thing a little too seriously.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
12:46 pm

Liv Tyler Thrilled By Her Father’s ‘American Idol’ Debut

By Hollie McKay
Published January 24, 2011 | FoxNews.com

Steven Tyler’s judging debut on “American Idol” last week has certainly impressed one important person – his daughter, Liv Tyler.

“I loved it so much, I loved him and was just glued to the television,” she told FOX411’s Pop Tarts ahead of the premiere of her new thriller “The Ledge” at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on Friday. “I had goose bumps all over me, it was amazing.”

And the “Aerosmith” rocker certainly seems to be relishing the new role, and recently told us that being father to three daughters stops him from being too cruel to contestants.

“I was nervous, sure. I was nervous about saying the right thing at the wrong time, or the wrong thing at the right time,” Tyler said. “It’s gotten easier. It does get easier. For the first couple (of contestants) I didn’t want to be cruel, I’ve got three daughters. I know people have a voice, they are born with a voice, but that’s not what we are here for.

“Randy keeps reminding me that it is 2011, and ‘American Idol’ (has) high standards, a high bar, and they have got to go through that and I’ve got to be able to see the whole thing,” he added.

Deama

January 24th, 2011
12:56 pm

The story about the little girl in the hospital dying should have been on it’s own. Sorry but little kids dying kind of get to me you know? Makes all the American Idol stuff seem silly and stupid. Listened to the audio and teared up. I can’t imagine what that family is going through. It doesn’t sound good. Kudos to you Adam Lambert for calling like you did. Like they said you always hear the bad things rappers and others are doing it’s nice to hear the good. Didn’t get to watch Season 8 because I was on the road so much but it’s good to hear a kind soul came from it.

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Rickster

January 24th, 2011
1:16 pm

Mark this day on your calendar, folks… and pay very close attention to the following sentence.

I wish the little girl had actually gotten to talk to Adam Lambert, rather than just being able to hear a voice mail.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
1:21 pm

@Rickster – I was thinking actually talking to him would have been better. You think he’ll call back? Probably not!

I love Crystal Bowersox! That girl has heart and SOUL!

Rodney Ho

January 24th, 2011
1:26 pm

The little girl is not conscious.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
1:27 pm

Oh, thanks for the clarification, Mr. Ho!

Schnitzee

January 24th, 2011
1:33 pm

I wasn’t a big fan of Lee or Crystal last year but I’ve seen Crystal’s video and it’s better than I would have thought. Lee, not so much.

kelly&carriefan

January 24th, 2011
1:41 pm

Guess it makes more sense for Anoop to move here instead of the mass Idol exodus to Nashville. Ha.

The Adam story was really nice. I heard the audio and it doesn’t sound like she’s well enough to talk I believe they mentioned that she’s on a ventilator… I’m glad they were able to get Adam to leave her a message.

Lee: Fox showed about 30 seconds of him singing Sweet Serendipity during halftime. He’s a nice enough guy, but that was just so…ordinary.

Glad to see Crystal making the rounds. I still haven’t listened to Farmer’s Daughter yet.

Deirdre

January 24th, 2011
1:53 pm

Rodney found Waldo!!!!! LOL!!!!!

Rickster….you said Adam Lambert!! I’m so proud of you. And it was much deserved. I hope Adam gets to talk to Jessi again but it sure doesn’t look good for the little one.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
1:57 pm

Technically, I typed it. But, like I said… I gotta give credit where credit is due. He deserved it.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
1:58 pm

I say this to my child all the time, I’m so glad Jennifer Hudson didn’t win. Some of the runner ups have better fame than the actual winners!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:00 pm

And since it’s been roughly 18 months since I typed his name… I figured it was time. :-)

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Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:09 pm

@Rickster – you didn’t like Adam “screaming” Lambert?

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:13 pm

What ever gave you that idea, Interesting?

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:21 pm

And since it’s been roughly 18 months since I typed his name… I figured it was time.

For some reason I thought ↑ was geared toward Lambert. Don’t mind me, something is gravely wrong with my brain today!!!

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
2:23 pm

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
2:25 pm

Interesting: I liked Crystal a lot too. And I love “Closer” – probably my favorite show on now. I think we part ways on Jen Hudson – couldn’t stand her then/can’t stand her now. The newest Weight Watchers ad where she just screams over and over is killing me.

JS I know where you lived. I used to live off Pharr Road, went to Garden Hills Elementary, and we’d go to movies at the Buckhead Theater. And I loved the 7 Steers Hickory Burger & Fudge Cake! (before I became vegetarian). Also used to go to the Steers in the Biltmore Hotel lobby (we’d skip church and have fudge cake, then go to the WGST radio studios and visit Paul Drew, who was a friend of my Dad’s). Do you remember the Stratton Tearoom on P’Tree at Pharr? Used to love the chicken pie and boiled custard. Ah, the old times were so much better than today, I think.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:26 pm

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:26 pm

Actually, I referred to him as “Screech” several times during season 8. :-)

No, I didn’t (nor do I now) like him.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:27 pm

@Sam-A – too funny, because I love the Weight Watchers’ commercial. She has a very, very powerful voice and she looks FABULOUS!

What the heck is boiled custard?????????

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:28 pm

Oh, ok, my brain is functioning properly. Guess you were pulling my leg at 2:13????

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:33 pm

Ummmm.. YES! :-)

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:34 pm

Yay, I don’t have to be medicated (yet)!

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
2:37 pm

Boiled custard, also called “floating island” by Yankees, is a more liquidy custard/pudding (uh oh, is it Rick or JT that’s the puddingaholic??), vanilla flavored, with a huge glob of whipped cream floating around – absolutely delicious. Rich’s Magnolia Room, and most Tearooms, served it.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:41 pm

Anoop Desai:

Oct 21, 2010: “My lane is smart and hip. It’s hooky, it’ s catchy. ”

January 21, 2011: “My look is nerdy. It’s geek chic.”

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:48 pm

I’m a Yankee and I’ve never heard of such a thing. No disrespect, nor would I ever eat anything like that. I don’t like fluff. Whip cream is fluff, and I don’t care to look at liquidy custard…stuff like that gives me the shivers!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:49 pm

Me? I like my custard fried… not boiled. :-)

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
2:51 pm

Fried custard…what is that? Can you really fry custard? Boy o boy…country I’m not!

Mercedes S.

January 24th, 2011
2:52 pm

Sam-A – I lived on Pharr Road back in the day…In an apartment building (it’s now condos), the very one someone tried to burn up a couple years ago.

Interesting, while not everybody on this blog loves Adam, they do seem to respect him. Btw, he’ll be 29 on the 29th!

Didn’t the article on the little girl say she was in a coma? And that her heart started beating faster when she heard Afam’s message?

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:54 pm

Just a joke, Interesting. You’ll get high blood pressure with all the grains of salt you have to take my comments with!

Mercedes S.

January 24th, 2011
2:54 pm

Actually, I don’t have any phobias typing ADAM’s name, just nails that get stuck between the keys.

Mercedes S.

January 24th, 2011
2:55 pm

Isn’t it in Scotland they deep-fry Mars bars?

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
2:56 pm

Rodney wrote: She is not conscious. But her heart rate increased markedly after hearing the message.

Now, “not conscious” may or may not be a coma (I’m not a doctor, but I played one when I was younger), but she definitely couldn’t talk to him.

kelly&carriefan

January 24th, 2011
2:58 pm

Mercedes, not sure about Scotland, but I believe they deep-fry Snickers at the Texas State Fair.

Oh, and anyone ever had a deep fried Twinkie?

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
2:58 pm

Why I had some pudding just last night.

Liquidy custard… hmm I don’t know. Now if you were to sprinkle some sugar on top and hit it with a blow torch for a few seconds, that would be good. I do have to admit that even though it sounds a bit repulsive, I’d have to try it just for the vanilla flavor. I do like me some vanilla. It is the best of the flavors after all. Those who have been around a while already knew my feelings on both subjects (pudding and vanilla), but I thought I should repeat it just in case.

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
2:59 pm

Boiled custard, and real whipped cream, are both quite lovely!

I like Adam ok. He has a great voice, but I could not stand the screaming he added almost every week, no more than I can take it with J Hudson, I do think he’s a little bit too ‘creepy’ – would enjoy him much more if he toned it down a bit.

Harriett

January 24th, 2011
2:59 pm

I knew you were not a southerner when you asked that question, Int! LOL! Boiled custard is a delicacy in my book. Wonderful memories of both my grandmother and mother making it on a cold day. They sometimes filled a puff pastry with it and topped it with chocolate icing. Of course, that was a bit thicker version, but still…a cream puff, nevertheless. True whipped cream is not fluff. It has substance, unlike Cool Whip.

Harriett

January 24th, 2011
3:01 pm

Int, go back into the archives and read from last year and the year before when you have time. You will get a real sense of our favorites/hates/likes/dislikes, especially during the seasons.

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
3:03 pm

No to the deep fried Twinkie, but I did have deep fried Oreo’s. Good stuff.

Now if I could just find deep fried bacon with a side of ranch.

Thinking of odd foods: I need to find a local roach coach that serves burgers where the bun is a grilled cheese sandwich. They take a grilled cheese sandwich, put on the hamburger patty and fixings, then add another grilled cheese sandwich. Maybe I already told you all about it, but I haven’t gotten to that food cart yet.

And for the trolls out there I am actually quite healthy, thank you very much.

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
3:03 pm

JT – not really liquid, just “softer” than regular pudding. And I’m with ya on vanilla – even prefer vanilla milkshakes to chocolate. And, I do so love Creme Bruele myself.

Mercedes S.

January 24th, 2011
3:04 pm

Checked end of comments on previous thread and just have to ask the memory lane crowd – remember the Pizza Cove? On Peachtree, across from the little triangular park bewteen P-tree and Roswell? It was shops back then, of course. Anyway, the PC was a real dive, and probably a class 1 fire trap since the walls were all bamboo, but the pizza was the best commercial pizza EVER. Each table had a little jukebox too.

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
3:05 pm

Yah, Harriett – someone who both KNOWS and LOVES boiled custard.

Mercedes S.

January 24th, 2011
3:06 pm

Crème Caramel here!

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
3:07 pm

Do not remember the Pizza Cove, but have greatest fondness in my heart for Old Hickory House on Pharr! And what was the hippy restaurant that made “flower pot” sandwiches? There was also one on Roswell Rd near 285.

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
3:10 pm

And what was the name of the restaurant/bar on the end of the small block where the Buckhead Theater is, a name like Mickey’s or something. Loved it.

Is there anyone else old enough to remember Uncle Sam’s or The General Apartments Town Club on P’Tree in midtown? Heard lots of good bands and did lots of dancing there. There was a Lum’s kinda across the street, as well as The Treehouse restaurant/bar..

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:13 pm

Dang Harriett – that’s a lot of reading (LOLOLOL). But, for some reason I can thorougly visualize your mother and grandmother in the kitchen. Reminded me of the movie Anne Gables (I think that’s the name on PBS).

As far as Twinkies are concerned, I don’t like cream filled anything (well one thing, but that’s another story). I use to buy the chocolate cupcakes and flick out the creamy center onto the sidewalk.

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
3:15 pm

Interesting: “well one thing, but that’s another story” I know what you are talking about… nudge nudge, wink wink, say no more.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:18 pm

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:19 pm

By the way, folks, we are now officially on baby watch status. Our oldest son & daughter-in-law are expecting. The due date was given as Jan. 26th, but due dates are guesses anyway. If the old wives’ tale about first babies running late are true, we’re looking toward the end of the week.

But if they’re not… we’re looking at any time.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:22 pm

If you guys don’t mind me asking, what’s the age range here. You guys are talking about places I never even heard of.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:23 pm

Don’t worry, Interesting. I was born here and don’t know some of the places they’re talking about!

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:23 pm

@Rickster – my first child came right after my baby shower. The greedy little tyke want to see the presents right then and there, I guess…3 weeks early!

Stephanie

January 24th, 2011
3:24 pm

I think Rickster and Uninteresting (ubove) only like music of the 1950s. They can’t stand that “screaming” rock and roll. These two seem very uncool to me!

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
3:25 pm

Anne of Green Gables, set on Prince Edward Island, Canada. We’re a very diverse lot. 60’s on down. I thinkg Kelly&CarrieFan is among the youngest, and I’m certainly in the elder group.

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
3:26 pm

And, “Stephanie” seems pretty “uninteresting” to me

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:28 pm

Stephanie, the first concert I ever attended was Led Zepplin. I’ve seen Zepplin, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Three Dog Night, The Police, Jefferson Starship, Aerosmith, The Go Gos, Rush, ELO, Mothers Finest, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and more bands than I can remember (most likely due to second hand smoke from all the marijuana.)

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:31 pm

Channeling my inner Simon:

And can’t you come up with a better insult that “uninteresting?

I mean, really. That’s the best you can do?

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:31 pm

Sorry, forgot to close the bold.

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:32 pm

That’s even funnier, Rickster!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:32 pm

Let’s try this again without the typo and the formatting error:

And can’t you come up with a better insult than “uninteresting?
I mean, really. That’s the best you can do?

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
3:33 pm

Rickster, I think you irked the Adam fans… again. Time to show Interesting your bunker.

Oh what does that mean? You know what I’m talking about.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:33 pm

There… that’s better! :-)

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:35 pm

The super secret, undisclosed, heavily reinforced, highly secure but oh-so-comfy bunker is currently being cleaned up from all the post-Packers victory mayhem! :-)

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:36 pm

@Stephanie ~ you are definitely off target with me. I’m as cool as cool can be! I love music, I especially love to dance (and I’m very good at it). I love to laugh, play, joke. And, I wasn’t born during the sock hop days! Love those “Happy Days” days, but wasn’t born yet!

@Sam-A – yes, yes, Anne of Green Gables…that’s Anne with an “e” is what she would always say. Yes, her nose is up already and I’ve only been posting 3 days, and I think this is the first time I’ve seen her name. But, carry on……

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:38 pm

The last part of my post was referring to Stephanie!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:40 pm

I may not remember all those places everyone else is talking about. But I do definitely remember riding the original “Pink Pig” at the old downtown Richs. :-)

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
3:54 pm

By the time I hit Atlanta, I think the Pink Pig was dying out. I remember being at Rich’s one day and saw the Pink Pig. Think they brought it out of its retirement for the little kiddies to ride again. The only pink pig I rode was the one on my dresser when I was a kid. I rode it in the basket on the front of my bike straight to the candy store!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:55 pm

RoHo: Anoop, who has been living in Raleigh-Durham, moved to Atlanta last week to be closer to the action. (He tried out Los Angeles last year but that didn’t click.)

Looking like that, is it any wonder things didn’t “click?” (Well, other than that one offer for a stint on “Outsourced.”)

:-)

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
3:59 pm

Hey… isn’t Anoop the same guy who plays one of the “Tech and Talk” guys on the Metro PCS commericals?

Harriett

January 24th, 2011
4:01 pm

Present at the creation, Int. Old!

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:07 pm

Harriett, present at the creation. Are you Harriett Tubman???

Deirdre

January 24th, 2011
4:08 pm

Rickster, your grandkid and mine are going to be born about a month apart. Mine’s due at the very end of Feb. I can’t wait to start spoiling the crap out of him…and let his parents clean it up! ;-)

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
4:14 pm

First grandson, your queeness. :-)

Second one is due in late May.

Rosita

January 24th, 2011
4:15 pm

Fellow oldsters, how about Alex Cooley’s Electric Ballroom, Lion’s Head Pub in Buckhead, Gigi’s Pizza on Piedmont and yes, that flowerpot place — I can’t remember he name of it either!
PS: to one and all — boiled custard is not a bit watery when prepared correctly!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
4:19 pm

I remember Alex Cooley’s. Don’t remember Lion’s Head, but I do remember Harrison’s on Peachtree. Now THAT was a great place!

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:19 pm

@Rosita ~ it was stated that it was “liquidy,” not watery. Watery and liquidy are not the same thing…

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:19 pm

I remember Fitzgerald’s on Peachtree. That was the place to drink.

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
4:20 pm

Wasn’t the flower pot sandwich place “Good Ol’ Days?”

Deirdre

January 24th, 2011
4:22 pm

My first grandchild as well, Rickster. I’m excited!

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
4:25 pm

If you visited Fitzgerald’s often, Interesting, I’m surprised you remember it! :-)

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
4:26 pm

We’ve already got one granddaughter, your queeness. This is our first grandson. :-)

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:27 pm

Good one, Rickster. Wednesdays was two for one days. Those Long Island Iced Teas were fierce.

@Rickster – I also remember when people smoked at their desks and had liquid lunches! Can’t do any of that anymore.

JTesla

January 24th, 2011
4:29 pm

Hmmm according to Wiktionary “Liquidy”: “Having a consistency similar to a liquid, but also similar to a solid (for example custard); semifluid”

Would watery be liquidy just with excess fluid, making liquidy a liquid like substance that maintains its consistence without any separated watery portion?

For the record, I don’t know any of the places being discussed so you all must be a lot older than me. Heck, taking into consideration K&Cfan I might be the second youngest “regular.”

Harriett

January 24th, 2011
4:31 pm

No, Int. I admired her, but no, not she. Present at the creation of rock ‘n roll. :lol:

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:38 pm

@Harriett – too funny. I never even thought about rock n roll.

@JTesla – pray tell how old are you!

Rosita

January 24th, 2011
4:41 pm

Yes, Tes, inquiring minds want to know!
Boiling custard results in an extra dimension of airy silkiness, as delicate as a — well, I won’t go there.
No more liquidy than a boiled bagel is, and I’m a former caterer and cooking instructor, so that’s my story, anyway.
Yep, Rickster, that was it: Good Ole Days! Well done, Gramps! :-)

kelly&carriefan

January 24th, 2011
4:42 pm

Yeah, I don’t know much about all these things either, JT. I guess I might be the youngest “regular?” I’m not saying specifically how old I am, but up until about season 8, I could’ve auditioned for the Idol. ;)

Deirdre

January 24th, 2011
4:42 pm

JT lives in Oregon, Interesting. THAT’s why he doesn’t know these places. I don’t either for that matter but mostly because I’ve only been in Georgia for 25 years.

Sam-A

January 24th, 2011
4:43 pm

Had a few at GiGi’s! Remember the Ballroom and Lion’s Head. Anyone remember Jeryl’s on the first floor of an office bldg at Powers Ferry and Akers Mill? Good dance club. And Charlie MaGruder’s at Powers Ferry and N’side – loved those places. Timothy John’s off Roswell Rd at 285 (TJ was an Atlanta Flame hockey player). The fabulous Quixie raft race parties at River Bend. And the restaurant, can’t remember original name, that is now Ray’s on the River, used to have live rock bands at night and the best happy hour ever.

Deirdre

January 24th, 2011
4:44 pm

k&cf is probably the youngest here which comes in really handy when we’re trying to remember stuff…like our names!

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:45 pm

Dang, now we’re talking about boiled bagels….where, why?

Rickster

January 24th, 2011
4:45 pm

Thanks, Rosita! Nice to know the old gray matter hasn’t degenerated into the anatomical equivalent of boiled custard with “an extra dimension of airy silkiness”

;-)

Interesting

January 24th, 2011
4:45 pm

BTW, I do remember Good Ol Days.

kelly&carriefan

January 24th, 2011
4:49 pm

D! HA! It helps I can read the names, too.