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You mean Don't cry for me Argentina?

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This is the exact thing happening to one of my AOL email accounts. What is the solution to this problem? Anyone?

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Answered: 70's song gotta get up to get down get your booty on the floor

Might be a couple different ones. The first one is from 1971, the late great Harry Nilsson. The other one I recall is by Coolio. (not my fav) See comments

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THE LEFTIST MUSLIM ATHEIST POSTER HAS STILL MANGED TO GET HOURS AND HOURS OF POSTING IN WITH HIS FAKE MARINE, TADPOLE, LENORE AND ANONYMOUS ALIASES, HIS POOP PICTURES, HIS FAKE IPA, HIS CARTOONS AND STALKER QUESTIONS.----------- Will someone please come forward and tell us how you enjoy the leftist ...
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What year was the first social security card issued?

The Social Security Act was passed in 1935. The first cards were issued in 1937. The first payment was in 1940.