Ch-scene Digest, Vol 12, Issue 9
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Mon Oct 11 11:41:26 EDT 2004
>>The musical response during Vietnam was more vigorous and effective
>>the war then was drafting young people," said Levitin, who bills
himself as the Apple
>>Juice Kid. "I think people would respond if someone came out in a
serious way with a
>>statement against the war."
I think I have the ability to respond, in a serious way, to political thought.
Except who can be serious when something politcal is voiced by someone
calling himself, "the Apple Juice Kid."
> Message: 6
> Date: Sat, 9 Oct 2004 00:40:52 -0400
> From: Duncan Murrell <dvmurrell at nc.rr.com>
> Subject: UNC Students: Sick of Political Music
> To: RTP-area local music and culture <ch-scene at lists.ibiblio.org>
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> Twenty-two year-old, Pennsylvania-based Knight-Ridder journalist and
> blogger parachutes into Chapel Hill, takes the pulse of the town, makes
> sweeping generalizations based on statements by students with funny
> Southern names:
I like to play poker with tarot cards...I get a full house and four people die.
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