week, while radio station employees across the nation were scrambling
to slap together maudlin "tribute songs", pasting sound
bites from Tuesday's newscasts over craprock ballads by Sarah McLachlan
and the Goo Goo Dolls, thousands of volunteers sifted through the
smoldering heaps of twisted steel, glass and concrete that was once
the World Trade Center, in search of life. Let's remember who the
real heroes are.
Last week, while vapid rock stars and television actors tried to
wrestle the national spotlight back onto themselves by parroting
cheap sentiments to the press and bullied their handlers into finding
a flight back to L.A., thousands of catatonic, broken souls wandered
numbly between hospitals and morgues in New York City, searching
in vain for missing loved ones. Let's remember who the real heroes
worst is yet to come. In the coming weeks, death will rain from
the skies both at home and abroad.
the meantime, let's look at funny pictures and read made-up stories.
Might as well laugh to keep from cryin'.
Boy and foreign policy expert, Kevin Richardson told Canadian music
channel Much Music that "I just think we are a little bit of
an arrogant nation and maybe this is a little bit of a humbling
experience. It raises questions in my mind, what has our government
done to provoke this action, that we don't know about?"
or "The One Who Wore A Skirt To The MTV Awards", as he
is more commonly known, said that he "and other members of
the boy band community such as 98 Degrees, N*Sync and O-Town are
very concerned with the recent developments both at home and abroad.
We have decided to form a coalition, a think tank, if you will,
to explore diplomatic options and to chart a course for the country
as a member of the global community. While we are still in the planning
stages, I feel we've come up with some very real and comprehensive
ways to tackle the problem of U.S. foreign policy and globalization
asked to comment on his bandmate's plans, fellow Boy Nick Carter,
or "The Gay One" said "Yo, word."
You Liam, Now You Lon't
Oasis singer, Liam Gallagher has, according to Reuters, vowed never
again to sully U.S. shores. "I ain't goin' to New York again."
said Gallagher "I'm never going to America again. I'm staying
put." Gallagher's comments were in response to the recent terrorist
attacks in the U.S.
hard drinking singer is famous for his drug use, infidelity and
sullen behavior, both on and off stage.
Americans were unaware that Oasis were still together. "They're
the ones that sang that Wonder Woman song in, like 92, right?"
said record buyer Kristen Fiedler. "I thought they broke up
after the one dude spit on stage on MTV. He was a dick."
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