10:45 pm December 23, 2009, by David O'Brien
January 4th, 20105:19 pm
Redstick, I’m only 23 (for the next two weeks) but i got that one, so I hope most everyone got that one. Also I agree with you on that. haha
January 4th, 20105:23 pm
January 4th, 20108:53 pm
Random, that you question my reading comprehension is funny to me, because I feel the same way about you. I think it’s obvious from our back and forth that we spend slot of time qualifying what we were REALLY talking about. That tells me that for the most part, we just aren’t on the same page. Not a huge tragedy, in my opinion, but I do wish that wasn’t the case. In many cases, we just aren’t talking about the same thing.
January 14th, 20109:47 am
I’m still skeptical about the Glaus deal and how he’ll pan out, but otherwise I think the additions and substractions left us a better overall team than 2009. Adding Damon would really give Wren my vote of confidence though! I broke down all of the comings and goings over on my blog: http://www.chop-n-change.com, but for the most part I agree with DOB.
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December 20th, 20126:39 pm
[...] Oh, and here are links to my Top 50 albums of 2011, my Top 50 from 2010 and my Top 50 from 2009. [...]
January 2nd, 201311:39 am
Bloodkin’s BABY should be much.much higher on the list but ATLEAST you gave Athens GA’s best songwriters props..THe Rolling Stone Mag gave BABY a glowing review back in 2009 FYI..this year ‘Kin released ONE LONG HUSTLE 25 years of unreleased recordings and you forgot to include it on the 2012 list. Their rshows the last 2 yeats with legendary Stones sideman sax player Bobby Keys were sick!!!!!!!!!!!!
May 22nd, 20139:47 pm
Kid Cudi has sold over 4.6 million digital singles and has worked with artists such as Kanye West, Jay-Z, Common, Mary J. Blige, David Guetta, Shakira, MGMT, Snoop Dogg and Michael Bolton. With his originality and creativity, as well as the emotion he conveys in his music, Cudi has amassed a large cult-like following among high school students, college students and stoners alike.-’,^
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