It’s 2003 and I Log Onto AOL.

A trip down memory lane.

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It’s 2003. I have just walked home from school. I use my teacher’s landline to call my mom at work before I leave the building, and I call her from my home landline when I get home. I listen to my CD player on the walk home…CDs I’ve burned.

The songs are whatever downloaded over dial-up on LimeWire:




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