I feel in love with this song again while watching HBOs Big Love. The opening sequence with this song always enchanted me. So here are 2 alternate versions... This highly produced version was to celebrate the launch of BBC Music last year.
Just because he can.... Remember that halcyon era when Apple built their first gray rectangles of Macintosh glory in order to liberate us from the bonds of 386's and clunky MS-DOS operating systems? It was a time of Us Festivals and cool commercia
One guy I heard was right about this - the Confederate Battle flag was hijacked to mean racial segregation and a symbol of bigotry by the KKK and several soothers state legislatures. In the old south, it never meant to be THAT. The flag did NOT fly
So the "white" of the "stars and bars" doesn't mean the same as the "white" of the "star spangled banner" of the U.S.A. ? Okay. If one is to have a Flag that represents something, then everyone must know wha
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4Went on Amazon.. then I searched for Confederate flag. None. I then Googled "Confederate flag" and looked under the shopping tab... none. Try "Confederate battle flag" -- that's the stars & bars
YEah.. we even have them in 'Jersey Naive (stupid) Me, thought the Stars & Bars were a symbol of regional pride, you know, like America's Heartland or The Plains States or the Coasts... a symbol of collectively "THE SOUTH" It wasn'
My personal opinion, of course, it doesn't bother me in the slightest. Aside from the "Dukes" or Lynyrd Skynyrd Good ol' boy persona, the only people I've actually known have been blatant, racist a-holes who stock up on guns, getting ready
Originally Posted By: AcumowchekNo more "General Lee" from Dukes of Hazard, either. That's what got me started looking... was wondering if it would be a good idea to buy one of the die cast GLs... for an investment. Saw an autographed on
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