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posted by 80smusiclover1
The rain stopped after about an hour. Rosie, George, Zack, and the Geordie twins took shelter inside a convenience store during this time and had resumed their search. kwa the time they approached the vicinity of Regent's Park, Timothy, whom Scruffy was walking, started to yank his leash. He said, "I think Tim has found Nicholas. He must be inside the park." Buzzy said, "Yes, let's proceed there." When the group got to the gates, George's intuition struck him as he saw a phone booth. He then told the others, "You mates can go and check on Nicholas. I'll call the emergency." Zack replied, "All...
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posted by 80smusiclover1
Meanwhile, Nicholas had been sitting in one of the benches at Regent's Park. As he did some people-watching, he started to feel lonely. He finally decided that enough was enough and said, "It's no fun being alone here. Oh, well. I might as well go back to the dorm now. I miss Rosie, too." But before he could start walking, there was a sudden downpour! Nicholas exclaimed, "Shucks! I don't even have an umbrella. How can I navigate my way through this rain?" Nevertheless, he tried to do so. Unfortunately, the ground became so soggy that he slipped and fell towards a mud-filled ditch just near the exit! "Ow! My ankle!", groaned Nicholas as he got out of the ditch. The pain was very intense that he fainted in the grass, and thus, his world went black.

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posted by 80smusiclover1
A couple of hours later, everyone else woke up. During their breakfast, Rosie also started to feel bad about her argument with Nicholas and stayed silent while the others conversed. In deep concern, George asked, "Rosie, love, are wewe okay? What are wewe thinking about?" She replied, "Well, I've been thinking about the argument me and my best friend had yesterday. I realized that I was foolish to let my own preferences in choosing which flowers we'd like get the better off of me. As a result, I forgot about respecting each other's tastes, and I'm scared that this might affect our friendship."...
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posted by 80smusiclover1
Nicholas wasn't able to sleep peacefully that night. He and Rosie still didn't talk with each other after returning to their dorm, and this made the Geordie twins and Zack alarmed when George told them about what happened earlier. He stared at his best friend, who was sleeping with Zack, and began to feel guilty about the incident. Nicholas sighed sadly and thought, "I totally blew it. We shouldn't have had that argument in the first place. What if Rosie doesn't upendo me anymore? Maybe I should just leave..." A tear streamed down his eye as he finally slept. He then woke up at sunrise, had a quick breakfast, changed his clothes, and left a note on the meza, jedwali before heading for the door. Nicholas looked at the bedroom once again and alisema with heavy sorrow, "Goodbye, Rosie. I hope wewe can still forgive me." And so, he ran away.

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posted by 80smusiclover1
The inayofuata day, the trio went to a weekend Farmer's Market to buy some flowers for the dorm. Rosie said, "Thanks for inviting us to come with you, George!" He smiled and replied, "You're welcome, my dear. Once we get to the market, I'll let wewe both pick which flowers you'd like us to get." Nicholas remarked, "Sure! We'd upendo to do that." kwa the time they made it to the market, they proceeded straight to the tents selling a big variety of flowers and plants. Everything went smoothly at first as the two Marafiki decided to check the roses out. Just then, there was something in the air. Because...
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posted by 80smusiclover1
It's been eight months since the Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas returned from their nationwide tour. With the Marafiki graduating inayofuata year, they couldn't help but feel a surge of excitement. After the class ended, Rosie said, "It amazes me how our friendship has blossomed so well these past years!" Nicholas replied, "I couldn't agree more, love! I also can't believe that our college is almost over, and soon, we will be starting a new chapter together." Rosie remarked, "That's right, buddy. Speaking of which, I think we should begin planning out our own celebration after the graduation ceremony....
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posted by 80smusiclover1
Hey, guys! Kelly here. The following is my take on the music-themed Q&A orodha which Kayla made. Let's get started!

1. Who is your all-time inayopendelewa artist? That's easy peasy! The Beatles!!!

2. What is your inayopendelewa musical genre? I like Classic Rock/Rock and Roll the best. I also enjoy Disco, 80's, 70's, 60's, and 90's Pop, Jazz, Bossa Nova, Gospel/Worship, and Classical music.

3. Are there any genres wewe don’t like? I can't stand Rap/Hip-Hop, modern Pop, modern Rock (With some exceptions.), Dubstep, and Techno.

4. What is your all-time inayopendelewa song? Honestly, I have so many favorites!

5....
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posted by Seanthehedgehog


Song: link
 Blue lines fly along the screen, then the words appear
Blue lines fly along the screen, then the words appear

 Robotnik: Snooping as usual I see! Pingas!
Robotnik: Snooping as usual I see! Pingas!


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Welcome to a place called The Island Of Errol. A place that is run kwa five railroads. It has hundreds of engines, and lots of trains in the four towns, Mossberg, Hunterdon, Zorrin, and Eastwood.

This is the story of trainz.

Episode 35: The Importance Of Teamwork

Narrator: In many situations, a locomotive pulling his/her train can struggle with it, and will require assistance from another engine. Most engines are embarrassed, au nervous about this. Several...
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Now that their stomachs were full and satisfied, the group paid for their meal. Afterwards, it was time to return to their dorm. Once they made it back to the building and got their instruments, souvenirs, and other stuff, Rosie told Stuart, "Thanks again for everything, Stu. You're the best driver we've ever had!" He smiled big and replied, "Anytime, Rosie. Anytime! Cheerio, me mates. Until we meet again!" "Cheerio to you, too!", exclaimed Nicholas. With that, he and his parents drove off for the night while the Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas were welcomed back kwa the Geordie twins, Zack, and...
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Shortly after ordering their food, Stuart congratulated his Marafiki on their concert. He said, "This whole tour has gone so smoothly! I'm very impressed, mates!" John replied, "Indeed, it has! We're happy about that, too." Ringo added, "It was also nice knowing wewe and your parents, Stuart. We hope to have wewe as our driver again for any new events in the future." Stuart replied, "As a matter of fact, wewe can! Here, I'll give wewe one of my calling cards." He then took a card out of his koti, jacket pocket and gave it to Rosie. She said, "Thanks, Stu! We really appreciate how hospitable wewe are." He gave her a hug and responded, "It was my great pleasure, love! I'm always happy to help." The others were all smiles. Soon, the chakula arrived, and everyone started to dig in.

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The group returned to the stage thirty dakika before the start of their concert. As they started going up there, John said, "This is it, mates. Let's give it our all for the fans." They then all smiled and did a big high ten. With that, the tamasha went off on a roaring start. Everyone had such a rockin' good time all throughout the performance! After an encore of the last song, John exclaimed to the audience, "Thank wewe very much indeed for all your support and loyalty, Beatle people! We upendo you! Good night!" The mashabiki cheered happily for the mop-topped lads as they bowed and blew plenty...
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Everyone spent the rest of the afternoon exploring their tamasha venue and taking their last batch of picha and video for the tour. They even walked all the way to Marble Arch. As they relaxed in the grass, Stuart said, "I'd like to meet and talk with your other Marafiki the inayofuata time we see each other again." Rosie replied, "Oh, of course! I know they'll be happy to meet you, too." Nicholas added, "That's right, darling." "Splendid, mates!", responded Stuart with a smile. The group then continued to have some zaidi fun conversations while sharing a good laugh in between.

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After a nearly four-hour journey, the Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas made it back to London for the final tamasha of their nationwide tour. During the ride, John had decided that Hyde Park would be the concert's perfect spot. Upon stopping there, Rosie remarked, "Yep. This place is just right for us!" John winked and replied, "It certainly is, love." The others thought so, too. They soon proceeded to set their instruments up for the last time. Afterwards, they went to have lunch with Stuart and his parents joining them.

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The Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas proceeded to rest at an inn after having another tasty post-concert dinner. The following morning during breakfast, John announced, "Well, this is it me mates. Our inayofuata stop will also be the last one for this tour, London. I have to say that I'm quite impressed with how everything went!" Rosie replied, "I'd have to agree with that, Johnny. This was such a fantastic tour!" The others exclaimed, "Yeah, yeah, yeah!" After packing their things and checking-out, everyone returned to the bus. Stuart said, "Now that your tour is almost over, let's make the most of our remaining time together before we bring wewe all back to your dorm!" His parents nodded in agreement. Nicholas replied, "Okie dokie, mate! It's back to London we go!" And with that, the final ride came to a start.

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As the bus started to approach the inayofuata stop, John seized the opportunity to tell Stuart's parents about their participation in Cambridge's Annual Treasure Hunt and how they became last year's winners. He said, "There was this group of bullies who mocked us for being 'slow'. However, I taught them a big lesson with the help of me good ol' retorts!" Ringo added, "And because of that, they resorted to dirty cheating which eventually got them banned from the event for good!" Stuart's mother replied, "Woah! That's quite amazing! I'm glad wewe all achieved victory in the end." Stuart's father added, "Indeed! It's also thanks to your spirit of teamwork, I bet." Rosie responded, "You got that right, sir!" They then all smiled and winked at each other. After arriving, everyone had another walking tour around the city. The tamasha was once again a big success later that night, and the Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas were as usual full of smiles up to the end.

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The group had a little shopping trip in the following siku before moving on to their inayofuata stop. During this, Stuart also visited the pub where he used to work in, and his parents decided to jiunge them along for the remainder of the tour. Rosie told them, "You've been such excellent hosts to us during our stay here. Thanks a lot!" Stuart's father replied, "You're welcome, Rosie! We upendo having visitors in our place." Nicholas remarked, "That's splendid! I can also see where Stu got his kindness from." This made them both smile in return. After everything had been finished, they boarded the bus again and were on their way to Cambridge.

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After a very enjoyable tour, the Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas returned to the atrium to prepare for the tamasha as the mashabiki started filling up the seats. Soon, everything kicked off with a bang, and the tamasha was yet another amazing one that the clock tower even went in sync with the music! When it came to a close, the lads were thrown with flowers as they did their signature bow. Stuart chuckled and remarked, "That's what I call 'Flower Power'!" John replied, "Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Yeah, right!" The others were all smiles and nodded in agreement. They then had chajio, chakula cha jioni at one of the nearby restaurants to finish off a wonderful day.

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The inayofuata day, everyone drove to the city square shortly after breakfast. While on the way there, Stuart's father asked, "What time will your tamasha start?" Paul replied, "It begins later this evening at eight o'clock. The same goes for all of the gigs in this tour." Stuart's mother remarked, "Sounds lovely! At least you'll have the whole afternoon to do a little exploration of the city." George replied, "That's right, madame. We've done it in our awali stops, so there's no doubt we'll do it again here." Stuart's father responded as they made it to the place, "All righty. Have fun, mates! And son, just give us a call when you're ready to return home." Stuart replied, "You bet, dad! See ya!" The group then proceeded to set up their instruments at the atrium. Afterwards, they decided to have a walking tour for a change of pace.

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"Here we are!", exclaimed Stuart as they parked near his parents' house. The group got some of their things and followed him after leaving the bus. He rang the doorbell, and his mother went to answer it. She said, "Why hello, Stu! Long time no see. What brings wewe back here, my son?" Stuart replied, "Hello again, mum! I hope wewe and dad don't mind, but I brought some new Marafiki over to stay in your place during their tour stop." She remarked, "Oh, that's all right! We'd like to meet them." "Excellent!", responded Stuart. And with that, the Beatles, Rosie, and Nicholas introduced themselves. As expected, Stuart's mother became Lost for words upon seeing the four mop-topped lads all alive and young again. The same happened with his father, who gave each of them a friendly handshake. Soon, they all went inside and had quite a long conversation about their past tour stops which stretched all the way to dinner.

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During the middle of the ride to Oxford, the group decided to stop at the approaching gas station for a while to have a lunch break. While waiting for their food, Stuart said, "I know the perfect place where wewe can stay for the night and after your tamasha tomorrow, mates!" Rosie replied, "That's great, Stu! Where is it?" He responded, "I'm going to bring wewe to my parents' house and introduce them to wewe all." Nicholas remarked, "Wonderful! We're excited to meet them." John added, "That's for sure!" Stuart replied, "Jolly good, chaps!" They then had yet another tasty meal and continued on with their journey afterwards.

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