Western Grit - Clowns To The Left of Me, Jokers To the Right
The piano playing may have been "ok". The singing, sub-par, nasal, and monotone... But THIS?? WTF?
This is a very troubled man.
This is a very troubled man.As opposed to this:http://www.orwelltoday.com/chretienchoke.jpgOr this:http://www.thecanadianpress.com/uploadedImages/Home/Products_and_services/Serivices_for_CP_member_newspapers/Pictures_and_graphics/jan_NEWS.jpegYeah. Have a nice Christmas.
"Meeting celebrities isn't my shtick. That was the shtick of the previous guy."- Stephen Harper, 07 June 2007, G8 Summit @ Heiligendamm GermanyEveryone remember this the next time Sweaterboy hangs out with celebrities like Yo-Yo Ma, Bryan Adams or assorted members of Nickelback.
A sub-par performance to be sure - though, to be fair, I bet he rocked out more than John G. Diefenbaker, John Turner or Paul Martin. That said, what intrigues is the idea of a man who was born in 1959 playing songs recorded between 1968 and 1971... in other words, only those from his elementary school years. Don't get me wrong, I love all that stuff, but is it not odd that the prime minister performed nothing by those of his own age group (or younger)?Given the demographics of Conservative voters, could it be that he was playing to the base?Can't complain, I'd hate to hear him tackle youngsters like David Bowie, Roxy Music or the Clash.
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