So tomorrow is Independence Day and aside from blowing off a few fingers, eating hot dogs and hamburgers and drinking microbrews, we'll (supposedly) be celebrating all things America... or 'Merka. Well, wouldn't you know it, the most American of American men laid down this morning for a dirt nap. We're talking about Andy Griffith, who died this morning at age 86... ruining the holiday for his family. There's also John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, etc... but then, America has changed, and now such luminaries as Kim Kardashian, Snooki and Charlie Sheen have become the representation of what this country pursues. If you're like me, that disgusts you, but it's true... at least, in MY opinion. Today we wanted to know your take: GOOD OR BAD, WHO, TO YOU, BEST REPRESENTS AMERICA?
Stone Cold Steve Austin
There were more, but the answers were all over the place. What we found interesting was how the answers reflected the wide cross section of people. Some people think Johnny Cash and Toby Keith represented America, where some of us would argue that Ice- T and Public Enemy are a little more accurate, but it's all a matter of where you're from, what you dealt with, how you see things, etc.
SIT AND SPIN
Jolene joined us today for another installment of Sit and Spin, and she brought us 10 of the top 15 songs that involve whistling. Yes, whistling. Here's a link:
Alright bitches, we're outta here for the holiday. Enjoy the 4th... don't blow your fingers off.
Until we meet again, do what you do best and STAY BEAUTIFUL!"