I'd say most of those are spot on. I used to think it was fun to bring up the Chief Wahoo issue with my friends who are Indians fans. They would get so fired up, repeating the "honoring Louis Sockalexis" myth. But then we had a few incidents where drunk people we didn't know well chimed in with some really off-the-wall stuff, took the whole thing way too personal, and it made everyone uncomfortable. So now when the topic comes up, my friends just say, "yeah, the team is trying to get away from that. I prefer the C logo anyway." I wouldn't bring the issue up with Indians fans face to face, particularly drunk ones you don't know. It's one of those topics, like politics and religion, where it may be difficult to keep the conversation civil.
Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.
Big Klu (07-25-2014)
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/ne...#ixzz38UL5vJuJ"There are kids at school who dress like everybody else, because they don't know what to do, and there are musicians like that, too. I'll hear TV commercials where the music's ripping off sounds of mine, to the point I think it's me. Half the time, it's the Black Keys," White says. "The other half, it's a sound-alike song because they couldn't license one of mine. There's a whole world that's totally fine with the watered-down version of the original."
And yes he's a very good guitarist
Waitaminute...this guy's famous?!
I thought he was just some random Chicagoland schmuck who hated his existence when he realized he was actually a Cubs fan.
"It's the Party of the Century!"
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Eric Stratton, Rush Chairman. Damn glad to meet ya.
Always Red (07-25-2014)