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Before slamming Eastern Europe's pathetic response to its HIV/AIDS crisis, Annie Lennox performed "Little Bird", "Don't Bring Me Down" and "There Must Be An Angel", watch AFTER THE JUMP ...
Posted by Rod at 13:00 in AIDS 2010, Annie Lennox, Austria, Gay, Health, Health Care, HIV/AIDS, News, Politics, Vienna | Permalink
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I’ve never seen that logo before: with the raised fist in the middle of the AIDS ribbon. I love it.
Also, that’s a beautifully cropped photo, where Annie’s head is in the corner below the logo.
I am very envious of your trip, Ron.
21 July 2010 at 23:24
Use a dictionary and grammar guide constantly. Keep a small English dictionary with you at all time. When you see a new word, look it up. Think about the word - use it, in your mind, in a sentence.
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22 July 2010 at 02:13
I really love Annie. She has stood up for so many wonderful causes. She really cares.
22 July 2010 at 09:06
Annie Lennox is the business! Her humanitarianism takes diva to another level.
Like Jim, I love the fist AIDS ribbon.
24 July 2010 at 07:50
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