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  • The other downside is that the music is not backed up by Time Machine since it can't be made to backup files that are on the Time Capsule. moloko sisycicy

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  • How does it know if I paid or if my computer was free? rockhopper moloko

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  • I running iTunes on OS X and the music is stored on the shared drive of my Time Capsule. moloko moloko

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  • So out I scatted into the winter, and it was afternoon now, near two o'clock, as I could viddy from the bolshy Center timepiece, so that me being in the land with the old moloko plus must have took like longer than I thought.

    Where's the show?

  • Hohoho, the old moloko, with no knives or synthemesc or drencrom in it.

    Where's the show?

  • It was of a baby gurgling goo goo goo with all like moloko dribbling from its rot and looking up and like smecking at everybody, and its was all nagoy and its flesh was like in all folds with being a very fat baby.

    Where's the show?

  • What was ittying on was that this starry ptitsa, very grey in the voloss and with a very liny like litso, was pouring the old moloko from a milk-bottle into saucers and then setting these saucers down on the floor, so you could tell there were plenty of mewing kots and koshkas writhing about down there.

    Where's the show?

  • I could hear the like muffled goloss of this old ptitsa down below saying: "Yes yes yes, that's it," but she would be govoreeting to these mewing sidlers going maaaaaaa for more moloko.

    Where's the show?

  • I took the large moloko plus to one of the little cubies that were all around this mesto, there being like curtains to shut them off from the main mesto, and there I sat down in the plushy chair and sipped and sipped.

    Where's the show?

  • And then I was down - stairs and I could viddy the light in this front room where she had been doling moloko to the kots and koshkas.

    Where's the show?

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  • "Milk" (Russian origin)in Nadsat (literary lingo from A Clockwork orange), in the book Moloko was actually enfused with performance enhancing chemicals.

    January 7, 2009