Fresh Dispatches From The Culture Wars
December 9th, 2013
The New York Times has published some delightful linkbait from their Snowden files about American intelligence agents searching for terror[...]
October 31st, 2013
Yesterday, I carried out a successful mission to deliver supplies to Mrs. Shuler and make a photographic and video record of the scene where[...]
Category Archives: music
Robert Stacy McCain (pictured) began blogging about Brett Kimberlin in 2012 at the instigation of Ali Akbar of National Bloggers Club “fame.” At Akbar’s ViralRead website, McCain uses a 1996 quote of Brett Kimberlin in the Washington City Paper to accuse him … Continue reading
You walked into the party like you were walking onto a yacht Your hat strategically dipped below one eye Your scarf it was apricot You had one eye on the mirror as you watched yourself gavotte And all the girls … Continue reading
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In memoriam, here is the very first Doc Watson track I ever heard. One of the greatest musicians in American history died yesterday at 89. He earned eight Grammy awards, the last in 2006, and had a permanent impact on … Continue reading
I know it’s horribly white of me to say that the Beastie Boys were my favorite R&B group, but, well – they were. And it’s just plain horrible that just last week, that wasn’t a “were,” but an “are.” Rest … Continue reading
If you’re seriously thinking about voting for Romney, or voting Third Party or not even voting (both of which are tantamount to voting for Romney), you seriously need to listen to The Boss. Emphasis on the “we.” We the people. … Continue reading
The noon post is still cooking, and the subject matter has me listening to music matching the mood it inspires. As much as I despise Chad Kroeger, he does come up with catchy hard rock tunes; so given a choice … Continue reading
Matt has stated that the Drive-By Truckers are the greatest band in the world. I would like to offer this as a counter-argument. In this thread: your favorite catchy song that know is terrible but that you still listen to.
My humble suggestion to the President for his campaign: Use this as one of your campaign songs, targeting independent voters. It simply fits.
In case you haven’t heard, the Megadeth front man came out against gay marriage and for Rick Santorum. He’s also said some really retarded stuff about the president. He can’t make excuses, either, because he claims to have cleaned up … Continue reading