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12:20:2003 Entry: "Ann : Congratulations, Stan"

Congratulations, Stan

On your Bob-ness. Yes, that character is the most fitting ones of all the TP tests we took. I fail to understand the Donna Hayward one for you. I'm actually surprised I didn't get Laura Palmer, Nadine Hurley or Annie Jennings. I feel I can relate to those the most. Audrey Horne is pretty good too, although I'm hardly a spoiled rich girl. But there's something about the dynamics between her and her father that remind me a little of my own situation to an extent.

On to your question. No, Velvet Goldmine does not relate.

By Ann @ 20:40 PM CST:12:20:03 ..::Link::..