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Community Pulse - March 17, 2023


If you had an 'entrance song' for each time you entered a room, what would it be?

Garret Dwello (with Piper)


It would be the theme song from "Jurassic Park". It reminds me of my childhood, and I find it so nostalgic. It would make me feel so good as I entered the room, and hopefully it would make everyone else in the room feel good as well.

Maithili Bode


It actually depends on my mood. The song would change depending upon whether I'm feeling totally in love with my husband, or whether we just had an argument, or whether I'm in "totally me time", which is actually quite rare. When I'm totally loving my husband, the song would be "Pehla Nasha" because it is "our song". It's a very beautiful, romantic Indian love song.

Mary Corpora


It would be the Rick Astley song "Never Gonna Give You Up" so that every time I entered a room, everyone in it would get Rick-rolled. (Rick-rolling is a very entertaining internet prank.)

Lana Hodzic

Software developer

I'm pretty sure it would be "Beautiful Crazy" by Luke Combs because that song very accurately describes the story of my life. I start each day with coffee and end it with wine. I take forever to get ready so I'm never on time. I make plans for the weekend, but then decide we should just stay home on the couch and watch TV.

Julian Weiner


It would be Billy Joel's "Root Beer Rag". It's a great song that doesn't even have lyrics. It's just really fantastic jazz music that makes people feel great and energetic, like they have to either tap their feet or get up and dance. I could listen to it all day long, every day. Not just when I walk into a room. If you haven't heard it, I suggest you look it up!

—Compiled by Nancy and Jeff Lewis


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