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She was like a supernova in the mid 1960's with her Ode to Billie Joe.  She did some other great stuff centered mostly on her area of the world, Mississippi and the Central Gulf Area. After that she went into rapid decline and hasn't been heard from since the late 1970's.  Too bad!

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
I have been a fan of hers for these last 35 years and have lots of her albums on my IPod. This babe has really good pipes and is not afraid to take on controversial subjects. She is in the top five, that's for sure.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
This is a great song, but unfortunately, just about every other high school in the country uses it.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
I think that this is the best college fight song in the country.  It is catchy and indeed is a rouser.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
Here we have a literary term often used to demonstrate something, that once was confidential, is now known by all. The illusion of secrecy remains, officially, however, and that shows the silliness of the situation.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
This is not too bad, really. Silverware is now a generic term for eating utensils, but the oxymoron is really the opposite, when you think about it.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
When you stop to think about this term, it is really dumb.  A summary by definition can contain no details.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
I think I may have actually seen some doofus use this term on one of those huckster television channels, but now I can't remember.  This is really stupid.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
This is most often use to show irony, so I think that it is fine.  If a person uses it in other than an ironic expression, then perhaps that person should flunk a couple of grades!

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
This oxymoron will drive you crazy if you sit and try to justify its use.  This is another that I must watch myself not to use.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
his probably is not too bad.  I sheepishly admit to using it once in a while.  My New Year's Resolution is never to use this again or almost exactly my New Year's Resolution, on this December 26, that is.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
Gentle Jude gives a good posting on this entry, so take the time to read his writing. To act and to be natural, is of course, opposites.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
I have seen this often and it is more of a figure of speech to emphasize an event.  It is rather evocative, don't you think?

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
I admit to using this clunker. It is really stupid when you link about it.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
Stop to think about it. This saying is really idiotic.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
We have lots of sophomores on this site!

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
I suppose the only reason you don't bounce this idiot out of your house is because of politeness and hospitality. If you let them stay, then they do become a guest.

But this is a true oxymoron as a guest is wanted or invited.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
Today is December 26 and on this date in history, in 1776, we witness the Battle of Trenton fought during the American Revolutionary War.

After I finished 1776 by David McCullough and had time to reflect on what he stated about the Battle of Trenton, I agree with his premise.

He stated that the blackest part of US History was just before that battle. The Continental Army had lost New York and been driven across the Delaware.

Congress fled from Philly to Baltimore and some of the signers of the Declaration of Independence took the oath of allegiance to the king.

This victory turned it all around. It showed that an American army could whip a European force. The Trenton garrison was hired German "Hessian" mercenaries and considered the best soldiers in the world.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
If she is "country," then George Jones is a jazz singer.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
Pretty impressive for a fat kid. Numbah, I'm not sure he claims to be a master of Juyo or anything... he's just showing off some tricks with his staff.

- Rated by: ILikePie (39)
Hunter, unlike millions of morons out there, just didn't buy the assertions of our beloved 42nd President.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)
A favorite episode of mine, which displays the versatility of Lucy, Vivivan Vance and William Frawley pretending to be guests arriving at the club only to leave the club when discovering Ricky is no longer appearing at the club. "If the Ricardo chap isn't here, we may as well pop off" line from Fred is one of my favorite I love Lucy lines of all time.

- Rated by: jy826 (3)
Andrew has shown improvement each season since being in Los Angeles, and as I write this review on Dec. 25, 2007 (where he dropped 28 points on the Phoenix Sunds and pulled down 12 rebounds in a 122-115 Laker victory) , I rate him with four stars, and before its over, I'm confident he'll be a five star player. Has shown the most improvment in the 2007-08 season, being an athletic bigman who is an effective scorer in the paint, a good rebounder and shot blocker. Kobe Bryant was unhappy the team didn't aquire Jason Kidd from New Jersey because they didn't include him on the package killing the deal. This led to Kobe Bryant demanding a trade from the Lakers, after the team was eliminated by the Phoenix Suns but I'm sure he's just as glad as anyone that Andrew Bynum is still a Laker.

- Rated by: jy826 (3)
Mitch Kupchak acquirred the draft rights to Kareem Rush because he was projected to be lottery pick. However Kareem was simply a one-dimensional player his only strength being an excellent outside shooter. His best performance was game six of the 2004 Western Conference Finals where he hit six three-pointers which sent the Lakers to the NBA Finals

- Rated by: jy826 (3)
Zsa Zsa must have had something going for her in certain departments, if you know what I mean. She went through a lot of men.

- Rated by: GenghisTheHun (156)