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"In art everything is possible, but everything is not necessary.” ― Arvo Pärt Icelandic band goes dark You could count the number of famous music acts to come out of Iceland on one hand– there's Bjork, her band The Sugarcubes, folk group...
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James commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
Someone please explain to me why the American people would allow someone in office that would take an oath by placing their hand on a book that states the following, and I quote from a Qur'an that was given to me from a local Mosque and that I read twice just to make sure this is what it said:...
eli bishop commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
Wow. This is great work. Nice report, and the picture is perfect. You see, I am actually from Virginia, and between this laughingstock of a Congressman, and that other racist, George Allen, 2006 was the year that people in Virginia government took us two steps back as a state. Thanks guys, for...
Randy Nason commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
In this case, justice was served well. The neo-cons have enjoyed power for so long, they think that they are entitled to absolute power over the civil rights of anyone else. In thier book the end does justify the means, other people's backs are meant for climbing and stabbing, and young...
Chuck B. Mott commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
Good pastiche, Lee! I offer my own: Way down in Franklin County, north of Martinsville, Where every hill and holler hides a whiskey still, Where furriners and Yankees better not intrude, There lived a country boy named Virgil H. Goode. He was in Phi Beta Kappa, he was in ODK, But he talked just...
Smgumby commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
If we don't stop the immigration problems, we are gonna have a lot more muslims taking office.... ....so when do we build the wall around Detroit? That is where the scary dark-skinned muslim (Ellison) is from, right?
frankye commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
Rep. Ellison is not an immigrant. Newsflash: Not all native born Americans are white christians.
AJ commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
I wonder what the repub bigots will say when a Muslim neo-con is sworn in as the replacement for Bolton over at the UN. Yes word is that Zalmay Khalilzad who is currently US ambassador/viceroy to Iraq will be nominated by Bush to be US amb. at the UN. Will Khalilzad be sworn in with a Koran? I...
Laura commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
It's amazing the Republicans are all up in arms about someone holding a Koran, but when the Bush Administration hurried the Bin Laden family out of the United States -- when all commercial jets were grounded -- you didn't hear a peep of protest and you still haven't.
Lee commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
Virgil Goode is my name and y’all know I’m a Dixiecrat 'til some Muslim came and tore me up, just like that In the winter of two thousand and six; said some things to please the hicks I took my stain to Richmond, Oh, Hell It was a time I remember, oh, so well The night they drove old Dixie down And...
LonewackoDotCom commented on Local bluegrass hero picked banjo during brain surgery
Well, that solves that! Simply by calling someone names all the questions people have about allowing immigration by, say, devout Muslims from Saudi Arabia has disappeared. It's also a good thing they didn't break any shop windows while doing the stencil.

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