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  • Sailing the Seas of Cheese is the second studio album and major-label debut by Primus, released on May 28, 1991. It spawned three singles: "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver", "Tommy the Cat", and "Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers".

  • American Life is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Madonna. It was released on April 22, 2003 by Warner Bros. Records and Maverick Records and produced by Madonna and Mirwais Ahmadzai. It was the world's 32nd-best-selling album in 2003.

  • An American Life is the 1990 autobiography authored by former American President Ronald Reagan. Released almost two years after President Reagan left office, the book reached number eight on The New York Times' bestsellers list.





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Babylon by Bus: Or, the true story of two friends who gave up their valuable franchise selling YANKEES SUCK T-shirts at Fenway to find meaning and adventure in Iraq,


Babylon by Bus: Or, the true story of two friends who gave up their valuable franchise selling YANKEES SUCK T-shirts at Fenway to find meaning and adventure in Iraq,



Jeff and Ray had la vida: selling YANKEES SUCK T-shirts five months of the year in front of Fenway Park and spending the rest of the year traveling the world. Sure, they'd go back to college at some point, but for now, the future was comfortably on hold. But the play button got pushed for them after the Sox broke their hearts in the 2003 Series. In the painfully clear light of the morning after, they looked at each other and faced up to the fact that they were in danger of becoming losers. Sad cases. What to do, where to go if you're a young American man craving experience and wisdom in late 2003? If you're Jeff Neumann and Ray LeMoine, you go to Baghdad. And so they did.

You might not think these two scruffy, lovably clueless characters would have made attractive candidates for the U.S. government to run the desk in Baghdad's Coalition Provisional Authority that served as the interface between the CPA and the Iraqi people, fielding complaints and requests for aid from all over for a city of more than five million people. You might be naive. But Ray and Jeff would prove to be dedicated and ingenious public servants, and they managed to do a great deal of good during their tenure in the face of staggering frauds and feuds. They also had their full share of the wild times that young people under immense stress in war zones have had from time immemorial, especially young people who return each night to a hermetically sealed safe zone flush with money and all the temptations, legal and illegal, that money attracts.

Hard-core smart, hard-core scathing, hard-core funny, this is Apocalypse Right Now-explosive and appalling. 'Roid rage fueling gang wars between rival private-security contractors; staggering fraud involving phantom construction projects; naive young Americans given responsibilities for which their lack of qualification would be laughable if the consequences weren't so dire-this is the inside-out view of an occupation gone wildly wrong, from the point of view of two radically unaffiliated authors, members of no tribe, beholden to no one, and afraid of nothing.










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[337:365] RASCAL FREAKIN FLATTS!




[337:365] RASCAL FREAKIN FLATTS!





Omg. I can't even think of the words to say for this picture. This was the best night of my entire life, i think. SECOND ROW seats, right up front. Ok i'll start from the beginning:

Got up early, Paul's dad picked us up (well, his driver picked us up haha). We drove downstate and stopped at Paul's dad's aunt's house, who is Kid Rock's mom. She had out stuff for us to make lunch, and we ate there for a little bit, and then the driver took us to the movie theater and we saw Sherlock Holmes. There were only two people besides the five of us in the theater. The movie was AMAZING, too. And then afterwards the driver came and picked us up and took us back to get Paul's dad, and we drove to the hotel. Then we got some awesome dessert at the kitchen place in the hotel, then went to our room and blasted Rascal Flatts until the concert :D

THEN, we took a taxi to go to the Palace! And we got inside and the people that work for Paul's dad asked us if we wanted to go to the VIP room and have dinner and stuff before the show, so we did. Oh and there was another guy named C.J. haha x) Random fact. Then we went to our seats (AMAZING!!!) and waited for Darius Rucker to start, and he was freaking amazing.

Ok and here's the Darius Rucker story: ( you don't have to read all this haha...this is documentation for my sake ;D ) So. The people in the front rows weren't as enthusiastic as we were being. We were singing every word and jumping and screaming and all this stuff. So by the end of Darius's time, he had gone around, gotten a marker, SIGNED HIS HAT, pointed at US, and thrown his hat to us. THEN, some gigantic like 6-foot guy in front of us jumped up and grabbed it! >:( We were SO freaking mad hahaha. And his girlfriend wore it the rest of the show. We thought about taking it off her x) But yeah anyways.

So then Rascal Flatts came out. And i wanted to cry. I almost did a few times throughout the show. This band means so much to me, it's incredible. Like SO much. They were the first country band i ever liked, and [Joe Don is adorable--cough*cough] I've listened to them when i was like really down in the dumps and stuff, and it's helped me through. They just mean so much to me. So i was finally there, listening to them perform my favorite songs. It was incredible. I want to go back so bad again and again and again and see them. So yeah. I didn't get the chance to touch them unfortunately haha. Sucks being that short at times like that. I was about a foot away! >.< But it was still the best night of my life :)

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I want this T shirt




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The Sons of Lee Marvin, a humorous 'semi-secret society'. The entry criterion for the club is that the person must have some physical resemblance or plausibly look like a son of the actor Lee Marvin — as such, women are not allowed to join. Most current members also share what seems to be a beat mentality in that they represent and express the lives of the down and out. The club supposedly meets occasionally to watch Lee Marvin movies together. Its members perpetuate the joke in the media. The real son of Lee Marvin objected to the existence of the organization when he once encountered Tom Waits in a bar.











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this american life t shirt




Take the Cannoli : Stories From the New World






Take the Cannoli is a moving and wickedly funny collection of personal stories stretching across the immense landscape of the American scene. Vowell tackles subjects such as identity, politics, religion, art, and history with a biting humor. She searches the streets of Hoboken for traces of the town's favorite son, Frank Sinatra. She goes under cover of heavy makeup in an investigation of goth culture, blasts cannonballs into a hillside on a father-daughter outing, and maps her family's haunted history on a road trip down the Trail of Tears. Vowell has an irresistible voice -- caustic and sympathetic, insightful and double-edged -- that has attracted a loyal following for her magazine writing and radio monologues on This American Life.










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