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Kevin

Whoever was searching "Nino Pinto and April Stevens" wasn't as stupid as you thought. It is more the Google algorithm for showing related searches isn't as smart.

Nino Tempo and April Stevens were(are?) singers and have several LPs on Amazon. Nino Pinto is an author with several books on Amazon. Nuno Pinto is a Soccer player.

Someone just forgot Mr. Tempo's last name and took a stab at it. Google matched "Nino Pinto" to "Nina Pinta" and related the searched but if you search for "Nino Pinto and April Stevens" you don't get "Christopher Columbus"

They even sing Deep Purple: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GEZuJdildE

Mike Peterson

My choice of music was allegorythmical.

Kip W

A departed friend of mine once offered up an original theory that the world would end, not by fire, not by ice, but by baby poop. Only he didn't say poop. One day, he said, it would all be a vast sea of the stuff, and because he knew before anyone else, he'd be alone up there, paddling around in a little boat.

When I worked at an answering service a short handful of years later, one of our clients was a diaper service. I wonder if they're still in business.

Hank G.

You probably know that Nino Tempo and April Stevens are brother and sister (they both are still alive by the way). Maybe it’s different when you grow up with someone, but I would think that touring with your really hot sister could be pretty awkward.

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