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Re: [thewire] Digest Number 1916

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  • Keith Rozendal
    Oh, I love it! Let s spend much more time on this list writing parody reviews. Someone want to take a stab at a Ben Watson-style review of Pub(l)ic Air... ?
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 31, 2003
      Oh, I love it!

      Let's spend much more time on this list writing
      parody reviews. Someone want to take a stab at
      a Ben Watson-style review of "Pub(l)ic 'Air..."?


      Keith
    • gradyfinklemyer
      Just throw in a few references to Hegel or Kant, dis the decadent, declining capitalist West, make a Zappa comparison (both are equally puerile), then put in a
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 31, 2003
        Just throw in a few references to Hegel or Kant, dis the decadent,
        declining capitalist West, make a Zappa comparison (both are equally
        puerile), then put in a none-too subtle socialist plug, mix it all in
        the blender, and VOILA! A Ben Watson review. Bonus points if it comes
        in a hand made, crappy cover. Comrades unite!

        --- In thewire@yahoogroups.com, Keith Rozendal <rozendal@u...> wrote:
        > Oh, I love it!
        >
        > Let's spend much more time on this list writing
        > parody reviews. Someone want to take a stab at
        > a Ben Watson-style review of "Pub(l)ic 'Air..."?
        >
        >
        > Keith
      • Jason Witherspoon
        ... Yeah, Viva la Muerte, you fascist FUCK. -- Jason Witherspoon ... Soldiers say most of their work involves civilian contractor Kellogg Brown and Root, a
        Message 3 of 4 , Sep 1, 2003
          At 4:27 AM +0000 9/1/03, gradyfinklemyer wrote:
          > Just throw in a few references to Hegel or Kant, dis the decadent,
          >declining capitalist West, make a Zappa comparison (both are equally
          >puerile), then put in a none-too subtle socialist plug, mix it all in
          >the blender, and VOILA! A Ben Watson review. Bonus points if it comes
          >in a hand made, crappy cover. Comrades unite!

          Yeah, Viva la Muerte, you fascist FUCK.
          --

          Jason Witherspoon
          ---------
          --- ---
          --- ---
          ---------
          ----O----
          ---------

          "Soldiers say most of their work involves civilian contractor Kellogg
          Brown and Root, a subsidiary of Vice President Dick Cheney's former
          company, Halliburton Corp. The company has contracts to haul fuel,
          and 319th members are riding along as armed escorts.

          "'The main reason we're still here is to support Brown and Root,' said
          Sgt. 1st Class David Uthe, 45, of Augusta."

          http://www.augustachronicle.com/stories/071203/met_021-6883.000.shtml
        • gradyfinklemyer
          Thanks for reminding me, I forgot. HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shouldn t you be doing more of your conspiracy research instead of playing on the Wire list?
          Message 4 of 4 , Sep 1, 2003
            Thanks for reminding me, I forgot. HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shouldn't
            you be doing more of your "conspiracy" research instead of playing on
            the Wire list? Behold a Pale Horse!!!!!

            --- In thewire@yahoogroups.com, Jason Witherspoon <arzachel@s...>
            wrote:
            > At 4:27 AM +0000 9/1/03, gradyfinklemyer wrote:
            > > Just throw in a few references to Hegel or Kant, dis the
            decadent,
            > >declining capitalist West, make a Zappa comparison (both are
            equally
            > >puerile), then put in a none-too subtle socialist plug, mix it all
            in
            > >the blender, and VOILA! A Ben Watson review. Bonus points if it
            comes
            > >in a hand made, crappy cover. Comrades unite!
            >
            > Yeah, Viva la Muerte, you fascist FUCK.
            > --
            >
            > Jason Witherspoon
            > ---------
            > --- ---
            > --- ---
            > ---------
            > ----O----
            > ---------
            >
            > "Soldiers say most of their work involves civilian contractor
            Kellogg
            > Brown and Root, a subsidiary of Vice President Dick Cheney's former
            > company, Halliburton Corp. The company has contracts to haul fuel,
            > and 319th members are riding along as armed escorts.
            >
            > "'The main reason we're still here is to support Brown and Root,'
            said
            > Sgt. 1st Class David Uthe, 45, of Augusta."
            >
            > http://www.augustachronicle.com/stories/071203/met_021-
            6883.000.shtml
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