. . . don't seem to say as many dumb things as
sports figures do.
"But what I have, I give you." (Acts 3:6)
A certain mail-order music service sent me an offer: "12
CDs for the price of 1; nothing more to buy ever!" The
literature I received in the mail insisted that "THIS OFFER IS ONLY FOR YOU and
is not transferable." I accessed their web site to see a bigger selection.
You will not believe the offer that greeted me: "12
CDs for the price of 1; nothing more to buy ever!"
Obviously they knew it was ONLY ME accessing the site!
- And now, we will play a selection of tunes from World War Eye.
- Lawrence Welk, reading from a cue card
- At no time do their fingers ever leave their hands.
- Don Ellis, introducing "Bulgarian Bulge," a very fast piece
- . . . at some ungodly hour of the morning. Probably around noon.
- Chaka Khan, referring to a meeting she attended
- Ever since I was a kid, I've always been a real deep thinker and stuff.
- Billy Ray Cyrus
- [He's] a longtime Philadelphia native.
- a deejay talking about a jazz musician
- Since my phone still ain't ringin', I assume it still ain't you.
- country artist Randy Travis
- This was our first bust hit-bound single that never was a bust hit-bound single.
- Terry Kath, original guitarist for Chicago
- We all know none of us in this room wouldn't be here for Michael Jackson.
- Lil Wayne, hip-hop artist
- Why not? What? Why not? Why should I not send it?
Why should I not dispatch it? Why not? Strange!
I don't know why I shouldn'tWell, thenyou will do me this favor.
Why not? Why should you not do it? Why not? Strange!
I shall do the same for you, when you want me to. Why not? Why should I not
do it for you? Strange! Why not? I can't think why not?
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, in a letter to his cousin
- You know, we do more than just sing and dance. We've got a brain, too.
- Backstreet Boys member Kevin Richardson, reported in Huntsville Times
Their intro for the album "Gato Barbieri's Finest Hour" said,
"One hour of Gato's best soaring, inimitable sax from the 1970s . . ."
Then the review on the same page said,
"A ten-track sampling of the career of Latin jazz trumpeter Gato
Barbieri . . ." I have one of his CDs, and I have to admit, that
is pretty good sax playing . . . for a jazz trumpeter.
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