Outro: A Week That Proved That We’re All One, But We’re Not The Same

Nov 11th, 2006 // 1 Comment

- Finally, America gets its own version of “Free Love On The Freelove Freeway.”
- She may be a country gal, but Faith Hill knows how to rage against the machine.
- Fearing that Bush and Pelosi would replace them as the world’s “It” couple, Britney and Kevin reach the end of the Federline.
- We found our religion this week, in so many ways.
- But we were really just chasing emotional realism.
- The only thing missing from our Rock The Vote retrospective was Randee of The Redwoods. That, and some actual rock.
- So there’s this band from Sweden called the Knife. Would you guys care to share your opinions on them?
- As Ian Curtis predicted, love will tear you apart. And so will an ill-advised Fall Out Boy cover.
- What can we say about commenters? They’re a fine bunch of funkee homosapiens.
- We love it when people tell us their dirty little secrets.
- Ron Artest’s music career: Somehow even less successful than Shaq’s acting career.
- Finally, if you forgot to vote this week, there’s still time. Don’t be a wiener!

  1. Peter DeWolf

    “Free Love on the Freelove Freeway” rules.

    Boo on you.

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