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BuzzFeed-Mon. 9/26/11

BILLS ALL THE THINGS!
Not sure if there's any room left on the Bills bandwagon, but I'll certainly help push it.  Great win yesterday.  Really happy for them.  I'm a die-hard Chicago Bears fan, but I feel like it's important for that team to put out a winning product.  It gives a lot of the people in our region something to unite over. Something to get excited about.  And if you're a Pats fan, *shudder* take comfort in knowing that your pretty QB gets to nail Gisele ANY TIME HE WANTS TO.

Spotify pukes on FB
By now, I'm sure many of you have heard about the changes coming soon to your Facebook.  One of the changes already taking effect is the integration of Spotify.  I started playing around with Spotify in July, just to see if it lives up to the hype.  It feels a little like iTunes with a more social aspect to it, which leads me to my chief complaint...If I wanted to share the music I'm listening to, I would! If I rally cared about the music my friends were listening to, I'd pay more attention to them when they try and tell me.  Really, if so-and-so is listening to Backstreet Boys, is that something that should be shared?

Stick a fork in THAT song
Maybe you have heard this song "Pumped Up Kicks".  Really catchy. Being played everywhere.  If you ever wondered when a song ceases being 'cool', look no further than your boss singing you the hook.  That's what happened to me on Friday.  I'll go ahead and say if your mom starts singing a song it's not cool either.  Boss, mom...oh and maybe priest, too. If any of those people start singing your favorite song, it's time to find a new favorite song.


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