Non-native Memphian. Anthropologist Sociologist Software Engineer Musician
It wasn't '94, Mr. Davis. Let's see...we wrote the song that night, on stage, as Joe was cutting up the doll. Tee's musical direction was, "Tune down to a low B and start rocking." The song appears on 1993's Don't Bury Me In Haiti so it must have been '92 or '93. Close enough, I suppose. Nice writeup, though. Furthermore, everyone I've met who was at the performance claims to have been on acid. I can't even begin to imagine.
Jeezus, Tommy. I see you have access to a computer (regrettably). How's about giving the ol' Google a try? Afraid you'll dispel your ignorant preconceptions? You should be.
"Stop blaming others." "It's Obama's fault." These two thoughts presented back-to-back? I don't know what chemicals you use in this cleaning operation, Cole, but I think it's time to stop sniffing them.
Good point, Roda! Now enlighten Mr. Bishop about all those jobs bills the Republicans have offered up. And their healthcare solutions. And their plan for infrastructure. That'll teach him!
Some people pick and choose which parts of the Constitution they wish to recognize. Much like the Bible. And contrary to Conservative canon, they are not the same thing.
I don't know how any of this is possible. I was told the Madison Ave. bike lanes were going to cause the world to end.
Barf, you remind me of the "too soon" pro-gun brigade that starts squawking after every mass shooting. According to the Brady Center, the US averages 20 mass shootings per year, or nearly two a month. In light of that, we're always on the heels of a mass shooting and therefore it is always "too soon" to discuss sensible gun restrictions. As for the current topic, there's a election in less than a week, in case you haven't noticed, and one of the candidates wants to abolish FEMA. Seems this discussion is "right on time" to me.
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