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Islands, Ryan Adams, Flaming Lips, Calexico, Monkey Watchdog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Thursday, October 23, 2008 - 08:00 AM
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ISLANDS has released a video for "Creeper." That time of year, I guess.

RYAN ADAMS: Cardinology is still streaming in full via iLike today (and ending today).

JOHNNY CASH: All Aboard: A Tribute to Johnny Cash is streaming in full via PunkNews.

THE FLAMING LIPS have released an unheard track, "Space Bible With Volume Lumps," from the Christmas On Mars soundtrack.

GUNS 'N' ROSES is streaming the title track to "Chinese Democracy" via Q104.3 -- and that free can of Dr. Pepper gets just a little closer.

CALEXICO frontman Joey Burns plays three songs -- "Two Silver Trees," "Writer's Minor Holiday" and "Man Made Lake" -- for a LIveDaily Session.  Scroll down there for an interview with Burns.

OF MONTREAL: Kevin Barnes talks to Paste about the influence of the Outback Steakhouse commercial on the band's new album.

TIMES NEW VIKING is distilled into its component influences at Drowned in Sound. Mostly GbV, but with some other inspired candidates.

MORRISSEY is reportedly writing an autobiography

BJORK talks to Pitchfork about "Náttúra" (a new collaboration between Björk and Thom Yorke) and the Náttúra Campaign (the Icelandic environmental movement she co-founded).

WILLIAM SHATNER discusses his snub from George Takei's wedding, suggesting that the former Mr. Sulu has a festering psychosis.

MADONNA & GUY RITCHIE taunted each other in recent years, friends of the couple reveal in the latest issue of Us Weekly. Meanwhile, a source tells Us that Ritchie has already moved on with British actress Kelly Reilly, who is starring in his upcoming drama Sherlock Holmes.

DAVID DUCHOVNY is suing the Daily Mail over the tennis coach story.  But the suit is filed in L.A., instead of the UK, where the libel laws would favor him.  Curious.

CHARLIE SHEEN and wife Brooke are expecting twins.

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER: Alyson Hannigan is pregnant. She met her husband on the set of Bffy the Vampire Slayer, not at band camp.

JENNIFER ANISTON & JOHN MAYER, otoh, are denying that wacky pregnancy rumor.

WILL SMITH is gay, according to a Hollywood madam? Gawker isn't buying it.

THE SPIRIT: Frank Miller talks about the origin of Will Eisner's hero in the latest promo video for Miller's movie adapatation.

DANCING WITH THE STARS may be hazardous to your health.

GROUNDHOG DAY: A Victorian house transformed into a bed-and-breakfast in the 1993 classic could soon play the same role on a permanent basis.

GARY BUSEY tells Access Hollywood he once snorted cocaine off his dog -- and explains why that's not very healthy.

WEEKEND AT BERNIE'S: Young Hollywood enjoyed the pool at the Roosevelt Hotel over the weekend - oblivious to the fact that the hotel staff never drained the water after a dead body was found in the pool a week earlier, sources told the NYP.

IRAN: Senior Tehran officials are recommending a preemptive strike against Israel to prevent an Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear reactors, a senior Islamic Republic official told foreign diplomats two weeks ago in London, according to Haaretz. Iranian speaker of parliament Ali Larijani declared that Iran was proud of its support for the Palestinian Hamas and Lebanese Hezbollah movements, rejecting claims that it could be considered support for terrorism. 

IRAQ: Baghdad will demand changes to the wording of the proposed US-Iraq security pact, but will not seek to renegotiate the "backbone" of the agreement, Foreign Minister Hoshiyar Zebari said on Wednesday. Tribes in the Al Sakhriya region between Anbar Province and Karbala are launching a wide scale campaign after AQI started to displace families living therein. Iraqi forces arrested 21 insurgents in Mosul, 13 in Kirkuk, and seven AQI fighters in Diyala. Coalition forces captured an AQI bomb maker in Tikrit.

ORPHAN MONKEY at a Chinese zoo gets a guard dog to stop it being bullied by bigger primates.

SWIMMING WITH SHARKS: Still a bad choice.

CHEETA the CHIMP's critically-acclaimed autobiography apparently was ghost-written.

FEED THE BIRDS? An 80-year-old woman has been threatened with prosecution by her local council in Coventry unless she cuts back on feeding the birds in her garden.

SNAKE MASSAGE?  Mmmm... no thanks.

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Feist, Classic Concerts, Whispertown 2000, Segway Chimp   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Wednesday, October 22, 2008 - 08:00 AM
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FEIST premieres the video for "Honey Honey" on MSN, of all places.  Steve Jobs will be so jealous.

RYAN ADAMS: Cardinology is streaming in full via iLike today and tomorrow only.

WOLFGANG'S VAULT has seven concerts atreaming at the Guardian, including the Rolling Stones (1973), The Kinks (1977), The Pretenders (1980) and Monty Python's Flying Circus (1976).

THE WHISPERTOWN 2000 is streaming their Swim album in Quicktime via Steve Jobs. (Thx, LHB.)

PHIL SPECTOR: Jury selection in the murder retrial of fthe famed music producer Phil Spector began in Los Angeles Monday. The judge in the case has ruled that the jury can hear from a retired police officer concerning a confrontation at Joan Rivers' home in the early 1990s.

MARTHA WAINWRIGHT talks with the Belfast Telegraph about wishing she was a folk singer, her fact-finding, environmental mission to Greenland, her relationship with your father, Loudon Wainwright III and more...

THE FLAMING LIPS prepare you for salad.

DR. DOG is actually too big for a Tiny Desk concert, so they end up rociking the entire NPR music office.

THE KAISER CHIEFS' bassist Simon Rix gives Drowned In Sound a track-by-track rundown of the new album Off With Their Heads. Frontman Ricky Wilson tells The Sun he's glad to have competition from Oasis, Keane, Snow Patrol, The Killers, Kings Of Leon and Razorlight.

DRESSY BESSY singer/guitarist Tammy Ealom talks to Westword about her musical evolution.

THE BUTTHOLE SURFERS' reunion tour shows they have mellowed -- a little -- with age: "It's more of a rock concert than performance art," frontman Gibby Haynes says. "It's just kind of weird to be a 50-year-old man wearing 10 dresses. I looked a lot better in boxer shorts when I was 30 years old than I do now."

MADONNA gets support from Gwyneth Paltrow. Madge's friends have nicknamed her husband Material Guy because of his alleged cash demands ahead of their divorce.  In turn, Ritchie has reportedly compared her approach to their split as being like "something concocted by the KGB."

BRITNEY SPEARS' driving without a license case has been declared a mistrial.  The charges have been dismissed following news that prosecutors decided not to request a retrial.

LINDSAY LOHAN "had a quiet fight" with Samantha Ronson during the entire train trip from NYC to DC. Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror claims Li-Lo has been calling Gossip Girl star Chace Crawford three or four times a day and sending provocative text messages. Meanwhile, three guys who say Li-Lo held them hostage during an alleged alcohol-fueled drive have sued over the incident.

SIR PAUL McCARTNEY's new love Nancy Shevell has moved in with the Cute One - five months after his divorce from Heather Mills.

GILLIAN ANDERSON and boyfriend Mark Griffiths are parents of a baby boy.

SARAH SILVERMAN was heckled on stage during her UK stand-up debut in London.

ANNE HATHAWAY is crushing on a new mystery man.  Meanwhile, prosecutors urged a federal judge to impose the more than four years in prison that Hathaway's ex-bf Raffaello Follieri agreed to when he entered a guilty plea last month rather than the three years his defense lawyers requested in a recent submission of their own. Follieri sent the judge a photo of himself and the pope while seeking leniency for cheating investors of millions of dollars by claiming he could buy Catholic Church property on the cheap.

MAD MEN: The Emmy-winning drama has been greenlit for a third season by AMC, but producer Lionsgate and AMC not only have no contract with series creator Matthew Weiner, they don't have deals with the cast as well.

RUDY RAY MOORE, blaxploitation comic, self-proclaimed King of the party records and Godfather of rap, died on Friday of complications from Diabetes. He was 81.

AFGHANISTAN: Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal confirmed for the first time on Tuesday that the kingdom has been sponsoring talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban militia.

IRAQ: The spiritual mentor of radical Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, has issued a fatwa against the proposed US-Iraq security pact. US military chief Michael Mullen bluntly warned Iraq that it risked security losses of "significant consequence" unless it approves an agreement. Iraqi security forces arrested 29 suspected insurgents in Baghdad, a car bomber in Tal Afar, an AQI fighter in Jalawlaa, and five members of the "Popular Committees" in Diyala.

CHIMP RIDES A SEGWAY: Let's go to the video. Something vaguely Speed Racer about this.

WEST COAST SQUID INVASION: It went from a small invasion from California to a large invasion, with hundreds now washing up in parts of the coastlines of Washington and Oregon.

HEY, IS THAT SHRIMP IN YOUR PANTS, or... wait, that joke just doesn't work here.

HORSE STUCK in a TREE: The Daily Mail has the backstory for the photo first linked here yesterday.

BEAR ATTACK SURVIVOR attacked by PETA.

PIGEON cuts out the squab middleman.

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Of Montreal, New Releases, Burt Bacharach, Hero Dog   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Tuesday, October 21, 2008 - 08:00 AM
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OF MONTREAL: Kevin Barnes talks to Pitchfork about dance music influences and trying to defy songwriting expectations. You can hear some of that dance influence in the video for "Id Engager."

NEW RELEASES: AC/DC, the Raveonettes, the Dears, the Sea & Cake, Parts & Labor and more are streaming in full this week via Spinner.

THE LONG BLONDES break up because guitarist Dorian Cox is unsure about when he would be well enough to play, after suffering a stroke in June.

DEPT. of EAGLES does the five free songs thing for Daytrotter, two previously unreleased.

R.E.M.: Universal is releasing the double-CD 25th anniversary edition of Murmur on Nov. 25th.  Details at the link.

BURT BACHARACH surveys a variety of topics with the Guardian, from piano lessons to Aretha Franklin's cover of "I Say a Little Prayer," which he prefers to the original by Dionne Warwick, which is part of a medley with "Walk On By" and "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?" from the Bacharach/David concert held at London's Albert Hall in 2000.

DEATH CAB guitarist-production wiz Chris Walla talks to the NYDN about opening for Neil Young, and not being like Neil Young.

U2 now owns a chunk of concert promoter Live Nation Inc. U2 is one of five artists that Live Nation has signed in the last year to expand its business beyond touring, and the only act that didn't hand over recording rights.

CHAD VanGAALEN's journey from busker to basement studio genius is surveyed in SEE magazine.

BEN KWELLER does a video interview with the Examiner on why Evan Dando of the Lemonheads made him drive him around in Ben's own Volvo; his thoughts on the state of the record industry; plus his new EP, How Ya Lookin' Southbound, Come in... and his forthcoming LP, Changing Horses.

MADONNA reportedly plans to raise her kids in NYC, which might explain why Alex Rodriguez is weeks away from buying a NYC penthouse apartment two blocks from Madge's.  Soon-to-be ex-hubby Guy Ritchie reportedly compared making love with her to "cuddling up to a piece of gristle."  The Daily Beast has newly unearthed, 20-year-old Madge music.

MR. BLACKWELL whose annual "worst dressed" list dinged movie stars, music icons and European royalty, has died at 86.  He is survived by a horde of snarky fashion bloggers on the Internet.

JENNIFER ANISTON & JOHN MAYER: Their surprise reunion prompts the inevitable unfounded pregnancy rumor. Or, to quote James Lileks: "I felt good about knowing who Jen and John were, and even better about not caring."

TOM BRADY & GISELE BUNDCHEN: Marriage rumor.

THE FRENCH HOTEL is reportedly relocating to London, which is sure to put a kink in the "special relationship" between the US and the UK.

DAVID DUCHOVNY & TEA LEONI: Duchovny's tennis coach is now denying an affair, after thelling the Daily Mail she would not. Key sentence: Duchovny's lawyer, Stanton "Larry" Stein, tells E! News exclusively  that he spoke with Pakay before and after the Daily Mail's alleged affair story came out, and Pakay told him, "it is all lies and deceit."  Left unanswered is why Duchovny's attorney was speaking to his tennis coach before and after the story was published.

CARRIE FISHER settles a score with ex-hubby and CAA superagent Bryan Lourd.

GREY'S ANATOMY might need a House visit, but not yet.

NORTH KOREA: There was no unusual activity in North Korea yesterday, despite the rumored "important announcement."

AFGHANISTAN: Michael Yon's new photo dispatch features Predator drones and bat caves near Jalalabad.

IRAN busts "spy pigeons" near the nuclear facility in Natanz.  Paranoid much?

IRAQ: Senior officials said that AQI was on the verge of collapse and will soon be eliminated. Iraqi police and border guards have arrested seven members of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps since Oct 18. The leader of the Kurdish administration in northern Iraq is ready to cooperate with Turkey, and could even accept a proposal for a buffer zone as a measure against terror attacks from the PKK.

FAMILY DOG grabs the baby by its diaper to rescue it from a house fire. Let's go to the video.

TIGER SNAKE disrupts fashion show.

A WHITE RHINO is expecting a baby after becoming the first rhino to be artificially inseminated in Britain.

GORILLAS use body language in a similar way to humans. As does King Louie.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT: A horse with its head stuck in a tree.

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Levi Stubbs RIP, Calexico, Annuals, Beck, Animals on Animals   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Monday, October 20, 2008 - 08:00 AM
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LEVI STUBBS, who led the Four Tops to more than 40 hits on the Billboard pop charts, died on Friday in Motown at age 72.  The Tops totally burn through these live versions of "It's the Same Old Song," "Standing in the Shadows of Love," and "Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch" and "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" in Belgium (even with a few video glitches), but the quasi-live version of "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" is pretty darn good too... and in color.  They totally lip-synch through "Something About You" on Hullaballoo and "Baby, I Need Yor Loving" on Shivaree, but worth it for the teens rocking out and girls squealing in the bridge. I should not have to break out Billy Bragg's "Levi Stubbs' Tears" twice in the same year, but that's the way it is -- and Bragg captures a more melancholy version of the raw desperation Stubbs was a master of summoning from a song.

LUCINDA WILLIAMS talks about the Twin Cities and her new album with the Mpls Star-Trib.

CALEXICO stopped by the World Cafe via Tuscon for a chat and mini-set you can stream on demand via NPR.

THE ANNUALS stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set you can stream on demand via MPR.

BECK releases a video for the title track to his "Modern Guilt" album.

EDWYN COLLINS talks to the Independent about coming back from two strokes which left him unable to walk, talk or sing.

STAYIN' ALIVE: Ironically, it's useful for Stayin' Alive.

TODD RUNDGREN talks to The Scotsman about his new album of heads-down, no-nonsense, mindless boogie.

THE SOUL of JAMES BROWN: Five unusual and exceptional tributes and covers are streaming at NPR.

DON CORNELIUS, 72-year-old creator and longtime host of the iconic television show "Soul Train," was arrested Friday night on suspicion of felony domestic violence.

MADONNA & GUY RITCHIE: Reports of what Ritchie might get in a divorce setllement range from just £10 million to as much as 60 million dollars in property and cash.  Madge's lawyers claim that Ritchie was a cruel and verbally-abusive husband who would belittle and ridicule her in front of others (by saying things that seem largely true). The real father of adopted son David is bitterly disappointed and wonders whether he would be better off back in Malawi.  The Daily Mail claims that Madge is hoping she can have a natural child with Alex Rodriguez, despite her age.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE: Max Payne tops the box office with 18 million, which may not be too bad, considering the generally poor track record for videogame-based movies.  Still, with a 35 million budget, it's not looking like the world's best investment.  Beverly Hills Chihuahua drops to second place with 11.2 million.  The Secret Life of Bees debuts in third with 11 million, which is about the pic's broduction budget; producers Will and Jada Pinkett Smith have to be pleased. Oliver Stone's W made 10.5 million on a 25.1 million budget; this is considerably less than the opening numbers for World Trade Center, Any Given Sunday or Alexander.  Eagle Eye rounds out the Top Five with 7.3 million; it has now made back its 80 million production budget in the US.  Body of Lies drops to sixth and is looking like a bust, as is The Express and City of Ember.  Meanwhile, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist plays on, having made 26.7 million so far on a 10 million cost.

DAVID DUCHOVNY & TEA LEONI: Duchovny's tenns coach is not going to deny she had an affair with Agent Mulder.

BRADGELINA: Pitt is looking busy these days -- Just Jared has the first pic from Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, and Pitt is in negaotiations to star in adaptations of The Odyssey and Moneyball, with the latter being written by ace scribe Steven Zaillian.  Meanwhile the L.A. Times notes that Angelina's movies tend to be marketed based on word of Jolie's mouth.

KATHERINE HEIGL is reportedly adopting a Korean orphan, according to the ever-reliable National Enquirer.

QUANTUM of SOLACE gets an advance review from the BBC: It's badder, better but not bigger, clocking in at one and three-quarter hours.  It opens in the UK on Halloween but not in the US until November.  In the meantime, new Bond girl Olga Kurylenko appears nude in The Ring Finger, which was shot in 2005, but goes to DVD to coincide with the new Bond movie release.

IRON MAN 2: Terrence Howard claims to be shocked at the news he has been replaced by Don Cheadle in the super-sequel.

THE WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE BRA: Looks good on Adrianna Lima, anyway.

TERROR in the UK: "Another great plot" is being investigated by the authorities, counter-terrorism minister Lord West warned last week.  Meanwhile, a link between terrorism plots and hardcore child pr0n is becoming clear after a string of police raids in Britain and across the Continent, an investigation by The Times of London has discovered.

NORTH KOREA is set to make an "important announcement" today amid speculation over the health of its leader Kim Jong-Il, a Japanese newspaper has reported.

IRAN & IRAQ: More than 80 pages of newly declassified intelligence documents for the first time describe in detail an elaborate network used by Iraqis to gain entry into Iran and train to attack US troops.

IRAQ: The number of foreign journalists in Baghdad is declining sharply, a media withdrawal that reflects Iraq's growing stability and the financial strains faced by some news organizations. The Marines in Fallujah have done what was unthinkable before the surge began - they have quietly transferred out of one of Anbar province's largest cities.

ANIMALS RIDING ANIMALS: Best Week Ever posts a photo gallery.

HOMER the CAT has no eyes, but still dispatched an intruder.

DOGS EAT CAR: And it's not the first time, either.

SURFIN' RAT: Everybody's heard about the rat. Pics at the link.

TIGER CUBS shown in Honolulu.  Awww...some video at the link.

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80s Movie Music, Minus The Bear, Cutout Bin, Dogupuncture   Printer-friendly page   Send this story to someone
Friday, October 17, 2008 - 08:00 AM
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THE WEEKEND STARTS HERE:

...with THE TOP 80 MOVIE SONGS OF THE '80s! Almost all with Tube links, so I'll limitmyself to a few personal faves, like "Positively Lost Me" from the Rave-Ups (Pretty In Pink); the re-do of "Crying" as a duet by Roy Orbison and k.d. lang (Hiding Out); the re-do of "Pretty in Pink" by the Psychedelic Furs (Pretty In Pink), which I actually prefer to the original (it's the sax, I think -- and my link is a better version, too); Prince's "Let's Go Crazy" (Purple Rain - which is missing a link from the blog);  "A Million Miles Away" by the Plimsouls (Valley Girl) and The Bangles cover of Simon & Garfunkel's "A Hazy Shade of Winter" (Less Than Zero). BONUS: Joe Jackson backed Suzanne Vega on "Left of Center" (Pretty In Pink - though he's not in the clip), which is not on the list.

THE MOUNTAIN GOATS: John Darnielle talks to the Denver Post about contemporary artists he admires. Like Amy Grant.

MINUS THE BEAR stopped by The Current for a chat and mini-set you can stream on demand via MPR.

ALBERT HAMMOND, JR.: The sometime Stroke did a Lillywhite Session you can stream on demand via NPR.

STEVIE WONDER is kinda homeless; his Porter Ranch-area house went up in flames earlier this week, destroying all of Stevie's memorabilia, photos, musical instruments, history, clothing, and furniture.

BILLY BRAGG talks about love, pop politics and Wilco with the Ithaca Journal.

THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN calls out the instigators. Because there's "Something In The Air."

LESTER BANGS, widely regarded as the greatest rock critic of all time, gives an interview from beyond the grave via Glide magazine's Hidden Track.

DAVID BYRNE talks to The A.V. Club about outgrowing anxiety, letting the message dictate the medium, and why there will probably never be a proper Talking Heads reunion.

THE DEATH of the ROCK STAR: Carrie Brownstein eulogizes.

THE BASEBALL PROJECT is running a World Series contest.

CUTOUT BIN: From the Turtles to the Dead Milkmen, from the Gang of Four to the Dells, from CCR to the Embarrassment, from the New York Dolls to XTC, to the Creation, Todd Rundgren and Of Montreal covering Nirvana, plus more -- this Friday's fortuitous finds can be jukeboxed or streamed separately via the Pate page at the ol' HM.

NOW SHOWING: This weekend's wide releases include Max Payne, currrently scoring 17 percent on the ol' Tomatometer; the comedy Sex Drive, currently scoring 43 percent; Oliver Stone's W, scoring 54 percent; and The Secret Life of Bees, which is at 57 percent.

MADONNA, with a £75million looming, couldn't resist suggesting that hubby Guy Ritchie is "emotionally retarded" during a concert in Boston.  Because she's classy, what with the faux British accent and all.

CHRISTIE BRINKLEY's ex Peter Cook apparently has a sex tape featuring his then his curvy teen office worker Diana Bianchi.

JEN ANISTON & JOHN MAYER: A number of Ansiton's closest pals -- including "Friends" co-star Courteney Cox and her husband, David Arquette -- are upset about the renewal of the tumultuous Aniston-Mayer fling.  The reunited couple celebrated Mayer's 31st birthday at a cigar club.

MICHELLE WILLIAMS & SPIKE JONZE were... wait for it... caught canoodling after a screening of their new film, Synecdoche, New York in Manhattan.

DAVID DUCHOVNY & TEA LEONI separated not because of his sex addiction, but after he discovered explicit text messages on her cellphone from Billy  Bob Thornton? Billy Bob's rep denies it, natch.

JENNY McCARTHY claims she cured her six-year-old son of autism. The American Academy of Pediatrics is not amused. Dr. David Gorski saw this story coming in August.

TIM BURTON talks to the L.A. Times about "Alice in Wonderland," "Dark Shadows," "The Dark Knight" and... "Sanford & Son"?

STAR TREK: The Entertainment Weekly piece on the J.J. Abrams reboot is now online.

ZACK & MIRI make a movie that is tough to advertise.

AFGHANISTAN: The international effort in Afghanistan is falling short, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates warned, stressing the need for a better integrated approach to stabilizing the country. In what is taking shape as a substantial policy shift, the US wants to use tribes to bring law and order to the vast areas of the country beyond the government's authority.

IRAQ and the US negotiators have reached a final agreement on a draft security pact that would require US forces to withdraw from Iraq by 2011. Iranian officials have attempted to bribe Iraqi members of parliament not to vote for the agreement. Grand Ayatollah al-Sistani seems to trust Iraqis and their political leaders to decide on what to agree to and rely upon.

DOGUPUNCTURE: Let's go to the video.

UNRULY SWINE undeterred by the sheriff's stun gun.  The porker remains on the lam.

PUNCH-DRUNK PONY has to be rescued from a swimming-pool.

THE SQUIRREL THREAT: Militant squirrels are developing an immunity to the squirrel pox virus.  Better Red than Dead for squirrels.

FROG: It's what's for pizza.

MUSKRAT LOVE: Scientists try to explain it better than the Captain and Tennille.

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