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Susan Boyle, again

posted by deacon greg kandra
Over at Michael Paulson’s blog, Articles of Faith, he’s uncovered an embedded version of the phenomenon that is Susan Boyle.



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John Maszka

posted April 20, 2009 at 5:37 pm


All this from someone who suffered oxygen deprivation as an infant!http://www.johnmaszka.com/whatchagotgirl.html



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timotool

posted April 20, 2009 at 9:12 pm


I watch the video every day. This has to be the most watched video of all time. http://www.SusanBoyleFanClub.com



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St Edwards Blog

posted April 21, 2009 at 7:02 am


Ahhh! Now this is hope! This is a positive and beautiful image of Catholic life and one that I can watch over and over and over.Human dignity, grace, talent and treasure.Fran



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