Because Much Like War Itself, The “Rolling Stone” Blog Is An Overfunded Nightmare That Will Never, Ever End

Dec 7th, 2006 // 4 Comments

Thanks, Rolling Stone! We were wondering how to somberly take note of the anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Now we’ll just call up a few WWII vets and do our best Charlie Wilson impersonation.

Playlist of the Day: War — What Is It Good For? [Rolling Stone]

  1. BawstonSean

    What asshole makes an Edwin Starr reference in the title but leaves him off the playlist. Cat Power and Shattered Faith? Ferfuckssake Rolling Stone,get your shit together…everybody knows Jad Fair’s “Fire in The Sky” is way better than Ozzy’s…sheesh.

  2. math's wages

    “Playlist of the Day; Yeah, What Is it Good For?”

    RS Daily’s playlists are so lame, so not-that-funny, and mostly so obvious (not to mention literally unlistenable–the absence of MP3 links is the only at-not-with funny thing about those playlists–another deficit brought on I suppose by Corp. Rock lap-dog status–er, coziness) they richly deserve the fate Teen Spirit deodorant suffered in late September 1991. I leave it to you, Idolators.

  3. math's wages

    “Playlist of the Day; Yeah, What Is it Good For?”

    RS Daily’s playlists are so lame, so not-that-funny, and mostly so obvious (not to mention literally unlistenable–the absence of MP3 links is the only at-not-with funny thing about those playlists–another deficit brought on I suppose by Corp. Rock lap-dog status–er, coziness) they richly deserve the fate Teen Spirit deodorant suffered in late September 1991. I leave it to you, Idolators.

  4. MJ

    Wow, somebody at RS has got a homoerotic fetish. Those are a pair of really big guns.

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