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Hawk, babe, where the Hell are you getting this clipart? Is there a side of you that we don't know about [and from what I see, I am not sure we want to know about]!!! I could handle Naziboy but TatooTammy is just a bit, well piercing.

But somehow I just pictured a very small hunchback ringing bells like the dickens.

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I hope he doesn't find a picture suitable for the word, "dickens."
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I hope he doesn't find a picture suitable for the word, "dickens."
oops I didn't think about that.

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They're both neighbors of mine. Here's another one (no dickens):
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And the love of a good "woman."
That is one scary picture. Thank God I am healthy and my wife has work.
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Adam Sweeting assesses how the Dixie Chicks have weathered a political storm

Will it be the salmon teriyaki with organic greens, or asparagus tempura and tuna sashimi? As the waiter hovers with pencil poised, the Dixie Chicks debate the menu with the practised air of professional restaurant critics. The Chicks have traditionally been branded a country band, but clearly it's some time since their diet consisted of ribs, tacos and pancakes.

Sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire project a polished Fifth Avenue elegance, and vocalist Natalie Maines is a vision of sculpted cheekbones and smoky eye-shadow.

With their origins as bouffant-haired ingénues playing bluegrass music long forgotten, the Chicks are in Miami to attend a Sony BMG conference, where their new album, Taking the Long Way, is high on the corporate agenda. It's their first release since the group weathered the storm of outrage triggered by Maines's expression of shame that President Bush was from her home state of Texas. Although they've sold 30 million albums, the company was concerned about their commercial future.

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Adam Sweeting assesses how the Dixie Chicks have weathered a political storm

Will it be the salmon teriyaki with organic greens, or asparagus tempura and tuna sashimi? As the waiter hovers with pencil poised, the Dixie Chicks debate the menu with the practised air of professional restaurant critics. The Chicks have traditionally been branded a country band, but clearly it's some time since their diet consisted of ribs, tacos and pancakes.

Sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire project a polished Fifth Avenue elegance, and vocalist Natalie Maines is a vision of sculpted cheekbones and smoky eye-shadow.

With their origins as bouffant-haired ingénues playing bluegrass music long forgotten, the Chicks are in Miami to attend a Sony BMG conference, where their new album, Taking the Long Way, is high on the corporate agenda. It's their first release since the group weathered the storm of outrage triggered by Maines's expression of shame that President Bush was from her home state of Texas. Although they've sold 30 million albums, the company was concerned about their commercial future.

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So. Most of country music is played by men and women who have no real affiliation to their presumed demographic. Just like a politician. So. Did I mention so? By the way, so. So, so, so, so, and just a little more so.
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Adam Sweeting assesses how the Dixie Chicks have weathered a political storm

Will it be the salmon teriyaki with organic greens, or asparagus tempura and tuna sashimi? As the waiter hovers with pencil poised, the Dixie Chicks debate the menu with the practised air of professional restaurant critics. The Chicks have traditionally been branded a country band, but clearly it's some time since their diet consisted of ribs, tacos and pancakes.

Sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire project a polished Fifth Avenue elegance, and vocalist Natalie Maines is a vision of sculpted cheekbones and smoky eye-shadow.

With their origins as bouffant-haired ingénues playing bluegrass music long forgotten, the Chicks are in Miami to attend a Sony BMG conference, where their new album, Taking the Long Way, is high on the corporate agenda. It's their first release since the group weathered the storm of outrage triggered by Maines's expression of shame that President Bush was from her home state of Texas. Although they've sold 30 million albums, the company was concerned about their commercial future.

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I thought tehre was a sort of artistic symmetry or Taist balance.

In other words, I don't give shit. I liked the opening paragraphs of the generally laudatory pice on the Dixie Chicks. I've liked the Chicks for a decade or so, back when they were playing clubs in the Dallas area. I don't think they have lost much of what I liked about their music in their attempt to shift audiences.

Oh yeah, I also don't blame C&W fans for dumping them. The Chicks can have their opinion and so can C&W fans. Let freedom ring.

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