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- Tyler Redstone "Tyler" - Great for keeping tabs on my women, but didn't help me deal with AK-47 toting children of single momsMy experience with the Avery Durable View Binder has been fantastic, and that was even before I was informed it could be filled with women. Great for organizing things, I can now corral all my women with ease, and make sure they're home by 5 to cook for the kids. Even those feisty ones who want to stay working till 7 can't resist the allure of my alpha-male binder with 2 Inch EZ-Turn Ring. The only downside is the pockets aren't big enough to keep the kids of single moms straight. They keep running amok with their guns. Otherwise, I highly recommend this binder.
- Think Banned Thoughts "Think Banned Thoughts" - Taft - A President for All TimesWhat I loved most about Taft 2012 was the absolute truth at the heart of it. Jason Heller's deft satirical portrayal of American politics is reminiscent of Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal". Not that Jason is suggesting we start eating our babies, more that he is hinting, oh so subtly, that the state of modern politics is already eating our babies, or at least our humanity, and with it our hope.
And yet, as he points out, we do still hope. We all still blindly, and somewhat stupidly, hope that this race will be different, this politician will be different, this election will bring about true change.
Ultimately Taft 2012 is much less about a "werewalrus" of a man, resurrected after a hundred years to lead our nation to glory, than it is about a simple, humble, honest man trying to navigate the muddy, murky, tainted waters of modern American politics.
In William Howard Taft we see ouselves, our own innocence reborn. Our own desperate wish to believe that the system works, and that it's looking out for our best interest:
Abby - All three and a half feet and six years of her - piped up. "They showed us a video in school. They make this stuff with smushed turkey. The bones and everything. They make pink toothpaste out of turkey and then color it with turkey color."
Taft looked at the forkful that hovered a mere inch from his open mouth. "Oh, really? That's quite an imagination you have, little one! Back in my day, President Theodore Roosevelt passed the Pure Food and Drug Act. Things like that aren't allowed to make it to market."
While Taft 2012 explores the deep recesses of American politics, it remains at all times a humorous and lighthearted look at the seedy underbelly. From Taft's night out drinking and whoring to his secret service agent's classified notes on "Big Boy" and his antics, the stump speeches, television interview, tender moments with the last living constituent from his era, Taft's outrage at learning how campaign financing works in the modern era, reading Taft 2012 is like getting an all access pass to the three-ring Election circus. Both touching and terrifying, but ultimately illuminating - it reminds us that politicians are people too. Not demons, not angels, certainly not saviors - just people doing the best they can with what WE give them.
- R. Prescott "longplayer1" - A Must Have Show For Your Live Collection Of ConcertsSaw the show in Seattle. Breathtaking! Man!
Sade does it with so much style, grace, confidence and intimacy!
Superb staging, lighting, sound and showmanship. The show, from start to finish is not only a feast for the eyes, it's a sexy,
sultry, seductive, orgasmic assault on the ears.
Sade Abu, long the perfectionist and singing only when she has something to sing about, after a 10 year hiatus, shows us all
why her LP "Soldier Of Love" (Debut at #1 in the U.S. and stayed on the charts for 14 weeks) produced a sound and feel that
made every one want to see Sade and Co. in concert after a 10 year hiatus from the stage as well!
With sold out shows on the original legs of the tour and the success of the LP, Sade extended the tour to Australia adding
dates, with a final show for this tour in Abu Dhabi making this the band's first WORLD TOUR and rounding success!!
They performed in front of over a half a million fans, many of the dates sold out in a tour that grossed over $53 million.
The 2011 concert dvd/cd combo debut at number 1 in the U.S. as well! Making Sade the 8th highest grossing tour of 2011.
Now, this tour will have to do for now...no telling when the reigning queen of pop/soul/r&b/jazz and rock will get around to
treating us to another LP and Tour? Get your copy now!