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November 8, 2007

The CMA Awards, Unplug Everything, and More Environment Crap.

By: The Dude on the Right
As I’m watching the Country Music Association Awards last night, that’s the CMA’s to most of you, it occurred to me that “American Idol” might be having a bigger influence on country music rather than pop.  Sure, you’ve got your Kelly Clarkson in pop and Daughtry in rock, but country’s got a bona fide superstar in Carrie Underwood, Kellie Pickler is started to become a mainstay, and would Bucky Convington ever have had a chance at getting a recording contract without his AI exposure?

Country music aside, I'm starting to get sick and tired of people telling me I need to be "green."  As I was watching "The Biggest Loser" a couple of days ago they gave one of the most bizarre pieces of advice about saving energy, that I talk about during this podcast, and give my suggestion instead.  I also only recycle because it saves me money on garbage, and thanks to the Showtime show "Penn & Teller:  Bullshit," I don't feel bad about throwing out that plastic bottle every now and then.

With my sport's teams in disarray, and a writer's strike threatening what I hold near and dear, namely my TV watching, I'm also sad about the future of my TV viewing.  Guess I might have to get out more.

I talk, and talk, and talk, and I can't believe Thanksgiving is in two weeks.  Where has 2007 gone?

Thanks for listening!

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

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Posted by Rightdude at November 8, 2007 6:44 PM


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