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Save Toasty Cool Math Games
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Date added: 2012-05-31
Description: Play Save Toasty on Cool Math Game : Save Toasty is a logic game. Toasty is a pretty toast bread, and he wants to escape from that island. Help Toasty destroy all blocks to reach the exit of the island through 18 level.
Instructions: Use your mouse to click on these yellow wood blocks to destroy them. Make sure Mr. Toasty stay on grassy platform.
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    XxLil_ShawtyTxX (1365) - 2013-02-16, 07:17
    you just copied dat off from wikipedia

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    XxlittledeviousangelxX (1224) - 2012-11-30, 14:05
    Just sayin

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    XxlittledeviousangelxX (1224) - 2012-11-30, 13:27
    HERES SOME INFO
    ylor Alison Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American singer-songwriter. Raised in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, Swift moved to Nashville, Tennessee at the age of fourteen to pursue a career in country music. She signed to the independent label Big Machine Records and became the youngest songwriter ever hired by the Sony/ATV Music publishing house. The release of Swift's eponymous debut album in 2006 established her as a country music star. "Our Song", her third single, made her the youngest person to single-handedly write and perform a number one song on the country chart. She received a Best New Artist nomination at the 2008 Grammy Awards.

    Swift's second album, Fearless, was released in 2008. Buoyed by the crossover success of the singles "Love Story" and "You Belong with Me", Fearless became the top-selling album of 2009 and was supported by an extensive concert tour. The record won four Grammy Awards, with Swift becoming the youngest ever Album of the Year winner. Swift's third album, 2010's Speak Now, sold over one million copies in its first week of US release and was supported by the thirteen-month Speak Now World Tour. The album's third single, "Mean", won two Grammy Awards. Swift's fourth album, Red, was released in 2012. Its opening US sales of 1.21 million were the highest recorded in a decade, with Swift becoming the only female artist to have two million-plus opening weeks. The lead single, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", was Swift's first number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and became a worldwide hit. The Red Tour is scheduled to begin in March 2013.

    Swift is known for her hook-laden, narrative songs about her experiences as a teenager and young adult. As a songwriter, she has been honored by the Nashville Songwriters Association and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Swift's other achievements include six Grammy Awards, eleven American Music Awards, seven Country Music Association Awards, six Academy of Country Music Awards and thirteen BMI Awards. She has sold over 26 million albums and 70 million song downloads worldwide. In addition to her music career, Swift has appeared as an actress in the crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2009), the ensemble comedy Valentine's Day (2010) and the animated film The Lorax (2012). Forbes estimates that she is worth over $165 million. As a philanthropist, Swift supports arts education, children's literacy, natural disaster relief, LGBT rights, and charities for sick children.
    Contents

    1 Early life
    2 Music career
    2.1 2004–08: Career beginnings and Taylor Swift
    2.2 2008–10: Fearless, VMA controversy and media backlash
    2.3 2010–12: Speak Now; live and studio collaborations
    2.4 2012: Red
    3 Artistry
    3.1 Influences
    3.2 Lyrical themes and style
    3.3 Musical and vocal style
    3.4 Public image
    3.5 Feminist discussion
    4 Acting career
    5 Philanthropy
    5.1 Arts education
    5.2 Children's literacy
    5.3 Natural disaster relief
    5.4 LGBT support
    5.5 Charities for sick children
    5.6 Other charitable endeavors
    6 Personal life
    6.1 Relationships
    6.2 Politics
    7 Awards and nominations
    8 Discography
    9 Concert tours
    10 Filmography
    11 References
    12 External links

    Early life

    Taylor Alison Swift was born on December 13, 1989 in Reading, Pennsylvania.[1] Her father, Scott Kingsley Swift, is a Merrill Lynch financial adviser.[2][3] He was raised in Pennsylvania and is the descendant of three generations of bank presidents.[1][4] Her mother, Andrea (née Finlay), is a homemaker who previously worked as a mutual fund marketing executive.[5] Andrea spent the first ten years of her life in Singapore, before settling in Texas; her father was an oil rig engineer who worked throughout Southeast Asia.[4] Swift was named after singer James Taylor; her mother believed a gender-neutral name would help her forge a successful business career.[6][7] She has a younger brother, Austin, who attends the University of Notre Dame.[8] She spent the early years of her life on an eleven-acre Christmas tree farm in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and was educated at the fee-paying Wyndcroft School.[9] When Swift was nine years old, the family moved to Wyomissing, Pennsylvania,[10] where she attended West Reading Elementary Center and Wyomissing Area Junior/Senior High School.[11] She spent her summers at her parents' vacation home in Stone Harbor, New Jersey and has described it as the place "where most of my childhood memories were formed".[12]

    Swift's first hobby was English horse riding. Her mother put her in a saddle when she was nine months old; Swift later competed in horse shows.[13][14] Her family owned several Quarter horses and a Shetland pony.[14] At the age of nine, Swift turned her attention to musical theatre and performed in Berks Youth Theatre Academy productions of Grease, Annie, Bye Bye Birdie and The Sound of Music.[15] She traveled regularly to Broadway, New York for vocal and acting lessons. However, "after a few years of auditioning in New York and not getting anything", Swift became interested in country music.[16] She spent her weekends performing at local festivals, fairs, coffeehouses, karaoke contests, garden clubs, Boy Scout meetings and hospitals.[5][17][18] At the age of eleven, after many attempts,[19] Swift won a local talent competition by singing a rendition of LeAnn Rimes's "Big Deal", and was given the opportunity to appear as the opening act for Charlie Daniels at a Strausstown amphitheater.[15] This growing ambition and interest in country music began to isolate Swift from her middle school peers.[1]

    After watching a Behind the Music episode about Faith Hill, Swift felt sure that she needed to go to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a music career.[10] She traveled with her mother to Nashville for spring break to leave a demo of Dolly Parton and Dixie Chicks karaoke covers with record labels along Music Row.[20] She received label rejections and realized that "everyone in that town wanted to do what I wanted to do. So, I kept thinking to myself, I need to figure out a way to be different".[21] She began performing the "The Star Spangled Banner" at sporting events because it was an opportunity to "get in front of 20,000 people without even having a record deal".[4] At the age of twelve, Swift was shown by a computer repairman how to play three chords on a guitar, inspiring her to write her first song, "Lucky You".[22] She had previously won a national poetry contest with a poem entitled "Monster in My Closet" but now began to focus on songwriting.[23] In 2003, Swift and her parents started working with New York-based music manager Dan Dymtrow. With Dymtrow's help, Swift modelled for Abercrombie and Fitch as part of their "Rising Stars" campaign, had an original song included in a Maybelline Cosmetics compilation CD and took meetings with major record labels.[24] After performing original songs at an RCA Records showcase, the eight-grader was given an artist development deal and began making frequent trips to Nashville.[25]

    When Swift was fourteen, her father transferred to the Nashville office of Merrill Lynch and the family relocated to a lake-shore house in Hendersonville, Tennessee.[1] Swift later described this as "an incredible sacrifice" for her family to make.[20] Her parents "presented it as a move to a nice community" rather than as her chance to become a star,[26] and her mother has said, "We've always told her that this is not about putting food on our table or making our dreams come true."[27] In Tennessee, Swift attended Hendersonville High School for her freshman and sophomore years.[28] Later, to accommodate her touring schedule, Swift transferred to the Aaron Academy, a private Christian school which offered homeschooling services. She earned her high school diploma in 2008, having finished her final two years of course work in twelve months.[29][30]
    Music career
    2004–08: Career beginnings and Taylor Swift

    Swift moved to Nashville at the age of fourteen. As part of her artist development deal with RCA Records, she had writing sessions with experienced Music Row songwriters such as Troy Verges, Brett Beavers, Brett James, Mac McAnally and The Warren Brothers.[31][32] She eventually formed a lasting working relationship with Liz Rose.[33] Swift saw Rose performing at an RCA songwriter event and suggested that they write together.[34] They began meeting for two-hour writing sessions every Tuesday afternoon after school.[35] Rose has said that the sessions were "some of the easiest I've ever done. Basically, I was just her editor. She'd write about what happened in school that day. She had such a clear vision of what she was trying to say. And she'd come in with the most incredible hooks".[36] Swift also began recording demos with producer Nathan Chapman.[34] After performing at a BMI Songwriter's Circle showcase at The Bitter End, New York,[32] Swift became the youngest songwriter ever hired by the Sony/ATV Tree publishing house.[37] She left RCA Records when she was fifteen; the company wanted her to record the work of other songwriters and wait until she was eighteen to release an album, but she felt ready to launch her career with her own material.[19][38] She also parted ways with manager Dan Dymtrow, who later took legal action against Swift and her parents.[24] "'I genuinely felt that I was running out of time," Swift later recalled. "I wanted to capture these years of my life on an album while they still represented what I was going through."[39] At an industry showcase at Nashville's Bluebird Café in 2005, Swift caught the attention of Scott Borchetta, a Dreamworks Records executive who was preparing to form his own independent record label, Big Machine Records. She became one of the label's first signings,[33] with her father purchasing a three per cent stake in the fledgling company.[40] As an introduction to the country music business, Borchetta arranged for Swift to intern as an artist escort at the CMA Music Festival.[41]
    Taylor Swift sits and leans over her oak guitar while picking a string
    Swift performing at the Maverick Saloon

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    XxLil_ShawtyTxX (1365) - 2012-11-10, 07:58
    This game Rocks!

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    destinee (30) - 2012-10-13, 09:10
    cool

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    janiyah (190) - 2012-06-05, 20:02
    this game is so cool right now

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    TT56445 (326) - 2012-05-31, 15:50
    THis game is so AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!:):):)

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    jfdude (75) - 2012-05-31, 15:24
    toast make me hungry :)

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