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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The Answer

Ladies and Gentlemen, Cledus Maggard and the Citizens Band



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Culture with a Side Order of Grits

Frank Murphy posts that the KSO, that's the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra to you heathens out there, is once again offering 50 pairs of tickets to bloggers who agree to attend and blog about a concert (I love the Third Brandenburg Concerto) without falling asleep, or failing that, without snoring.

Even if you think you don't like classical music, you should give this a try. There's an energy to a live performance that no recording can capture, and it's even more intense when you have dozens of musicians all working together to create one sound. While last year's program focused on American music, and contained some modern pieces, this year we get some old favorites including the Brandenburg Concerto #3, which is one of my favorites.

Come out and listen to something different.

BY the way, the first person who correctly identifies the artist and song from whence the post title came gets a prize.

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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Inconsistancy

Hollywood thinks Roman Polanski should be forgiven for his crimes but wants to keep punishing Mel Gibson for his.

How odd.

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Thursday, November 08, 2007

More on the Strike

Now that they aren't backed by a staff of 20 writers, I wonder just who will be funnier, Jay Leno or David Letterman? I'm betting on Letterman.

By the looks of things, the only show that won't be affected by the strike will be Saturday Night Live. Judging by the quality of the show, they haven't been using professional writers in years.

By the way, I have a question. Since the writers are all on strike, shouldn't their picket signs be blank?

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There’s a Strike in Hollywood.

The writers for TV and motion pictures went on strike demanding more money for their work, which is odd, since their work mainly entails ripping off previous writers' ideas, plots, and characters.

Or did you think it took stroke of creative genius to write American Pie 6?

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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Les Jones and Rock Stars Against Live Earth

My buddy Les Jones has created a quick website for his take on the whole rock the planet to save the planet fiasco that is Al Gore's Live Earth. Check it out at Rock Stars Against Live Earth

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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Back by Popular Demand, the Atomic Horns!

How about a little Elvis?


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And Now for Something Completely Different

Ladies and gentleman,we here at Shots Across the Bow are proud to welcome to this blog the one and only Atomic Horns Show Band, who will now get down and get funky for you.



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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

MIchael Moore Outraged Over Movie Piracy

Michael Moore has promised a full investigation into determining who released a master copy of his film sicko and then uploaded to YouTube.

In a related story, he's playing golf with OJ tomorrow.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Heroes: Who Lives; Who Dies?

If you haven't seen the finale yet, don't read on....


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