LUV me some Warren Zevon.Hey when tonight's Bill Maher comes online run to see it. Cornell West and John Legend...brr... gave me chills, wonderful. If it wasn't for one robotic idiotic CNN "analyst" who did all the necessary GOP talking points, it would have been perfectly wonderful. Oh yeah plus if Bill could have left out the misogynistic jokes but I counted only 3-4 and besides that it rocked.:)
I am so giddy... can't help it...
oh hell...giddy is not a bad thing...I love John Legend..I would post his videos, but his are not embeddable...( hmm, that sounds well, ahem...never mind..) yeah I will look for Bill online...( I don't get HBO anymore..)
Love this Warren Zevon tune.....
6-6 has excellent taste in werewolves! I wonder when this vid was made? When Zevon was on The Larry Sanders Show, he made Garry Shandling promise not to ask him to perform Werewovles of London (cuz he had done it so many times). Naturally, it was the first song Garry asked him to perform (and he couldn't say no in front of a live audience)."He's a hairy-handed gentwho ran amok in Kent"Perfect!ps, John Legend on Bill Maher was wonderful. Beyond that, though, he was also on the panel, where he proved he is brainy & astute, too. Also last night, John Cleese and Keith Olberman took apart Joe the Plumber and John McCain!
Ha! D.K. I saw all the same stuff you did last night, could NOT get enough.I agree with what Bill Maher said in reponse to folks who say they can't wait 'til this election's over - why do you want the most exciting campaign in our lifetime to be over?I totally have loved even the most anxious times, and I will really not know what to do with myself the day after the election.But I will have my life back. I have not had a normal one for a few months now.LOL!! I will never forget the excitement of this campaign.
Helen, well hold on to your excitement because I have a feeling things are gonna get even more interesting AFTER the election. We DO live in interesting times! I was cracking up with John Cleese who was cracking up over "My fellow prisoners" on Keith. He's right, it's the "fellow" part that should've got more airplay. Nevermind that he thinks his whole audience are prisoners, but he considers himself a prisoner, too! I loved Cleese's "poem" and finally found out what "burk" means! I thought it meant silly twit or something. Now I know, thanks to the delicate interpretation of Cockney Rhyming Slang.
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