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  1. Steve3


    I hope you had a great  and wonderful Happy 62nd Birthday today! Best wishes.


    Take care


    1. Steve3


      Thx a bunch!

  2. Happy Birthday!

    1. Steve3


      Thx a bunch!

  3. Happy Birthday Steve!

  4. Long time since last visit. Jim and I got married Oct 7th. :)

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    2. Cole Matthews
    3. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      Congratulations to you both!!! :-)

    4. MikeL


      It has been a long time. Congratulations!

  5. Happy Birthday!

  6. Steve3

    Tech Blog 7: The New Profile

    New Eye-candy. It'll be fun to explore the UI. Steve
  7. Cia

    Happy Birthday, Steve!

  8. Cia

    Happy Birthday hun!!

  9. YAY!! First one in 83 years!
  10. To my friends that I am honored to have in my life. May the season warm your soul, bring love to your heart and bless you with everything this life has to offer. Steve and Jim
  11. Happy Birthday from me and Stuby, Have an awesome day :)

  12. Happy Birthday Steve, I hope you have an AWESOME day and a GREAT year guy :)

  13. Steve3

    Andrew De Leon

    IDK Bill. I saw Pritchard back in 2009 too, along with Susan Boyle, and Diversity and such, and simply loved his audacity. However, in this present case, De Leon seems so much more powerful in his delivery. I suppose I'm biased - truthfully. I've searched myself to try and discover why I'm so drawn to DeLeon's performance. Puccini's wonderful arias always featured the laments and sadness of a woman who'd lost, squandered, or got screwed outta the love of her man. Lord only knows if de Leon is gay or not. His FB page features a LOT of Lady Gaga, but no matter. When I saw de Leon sing of this loss from Puccini's opera "Gianni Schicchi" the aria "Mio Babbino Caro", I felt a kindred spirit so-to speak - it touched me. I can't really tell - some of his performance sounds 'falsetto', but then other parts sound almost "castrati", with the power. Color me "confused", but happy that Andrew did well, and the folks didn't cringe when a MAN sung a traditionally female part. Steve
  14. Steve3

    Andrew De Leon

    I love this kid. I'm a big opera fan and it's so wonderful to see it touch and influence one sooo well. The look? It would turn opera on its ears! With the amount of make-up used in opera, he'd fit right in!! I about lose it when Andrew is holding back his emotions at the end. [media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbIvmlFDcaM[/media]
  15. Steve3

    Threats should not deter us

    The Hacker is more coward than anything else. He's fears his own buried attractions to the same-sex will eventually go away. How sad and pathetic. Just a coward. Steve³

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