Mix Tape USB Drive

Mix Tape USB Drive

On this Valentines Day the girlfriend that I don't have will spend hours carefully composing the ultimate mixed tape. If this was more than a fantasy, she'd debate the song order and try hard to find tunes particularly meaningful, but also catch and things I'd never heard. Naturally, she'd fail at this, but i'd applaud the effort and appreciate the savvy that is a mixed tape on a usb,

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