New Birthday Calendar

by Girish Prasad » Thu, 25 Feb 2010 14:57:01 GMT


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 Hi

Please click on the link below and enter your birthday for me.  I am creating a 
birthday calendar for myself.  Don't worry, it'll take less than a minute (and 
you don't have to enter your year of birth).

 http://www.birthdayalarm.com/bd2/86505696a851335134b1502767825c559122872d1386 

Girish

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