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You can use a thing called a proxy server. Depending on your school/work environment, this may be frowned upon or get you in trouble, so do so at your own risk. I don't want to see you get in trouble.
What is a proxy? In your case it is the "middle-man" between you and myspace. You go to a proxy server, and from there the proxy server accesses pages that is otherwise restricted to you. Some internet filtering programs (websense, among others) can be setup to block proxies.
An example of a proxy is http://a81.info/ if you are looking for one to use.
You can also do a google search for proxy servers, it's difficult to use one permanently, as many go offline and new ones come online on an almost daily basis.