That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "Yes, Us Worry" from last night.
Lauren Moraski (CBS News) reports on Rolling Stone's list of "50 women who rock." It's the usual b.s.
First off, I love Aretha but she's not number one on a rock list. Tina Turner? Rocker. Aretha? Lady Soul. If you don't want to go through the garbage of clicking through page by page, click here and I've made it a little easier, I think.
Put your mouse over the faces and read the URL and you'll know the name. But Patsy F**king Cline? On the rock list? And at 15? And Madonna in the top 20? And Joan Jett? That's a bit like including Bob Seger in your top 20 (Joan Jett). Tina Turner's not even in the top 20. Can you believe that s**t. And let's be really clear. Joan Jett has one outstanding song and that's it. She's not an album artist. She does a lot of crap and a lot filler. And yet she's in the top 20 but Tina and Private Dancer? Forget it.
They can put professional victim -- her dead husband beat the s**t out of her and she loved it -- Patti Smith on the list. But Tina stood up and that's threatening to Jann Wenner who still hasn't really shed the beard that was his decades long marriage.
And I didn't even get into the fact that Blondie and Fleetwood Mac shouldn't be on the list. I will tomorrow.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"