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Re: “Nashville Recap: ‘Somebody Pick Up My Pieces’

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Posted by Susan Ernest on 02/27/2015 at 12:03 AM

Re: “Rep. Sheila Butt Says We Need an NAAWP

BLACK CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUS MEMBERS are ATTACKING SHEILA BUTT for RACISM???


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION for the ADVANCEMENT of WHITE PEOPLE - 2015

Posted by Mark Anthony Traina on 02/26/2015 at 11:32 PM

Re: “NAAWP: What Could It Mean?

The National Association for the Advancement of WASP Panderers.

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Posted by Min on 02/26/2015 at 11:18 PM

Re: “Why Firing Your Copy Editors Undermines Credibility in One Simple Sentence

Did he mean Kanye?

@Stacy Harris: Google Chrome will give you automatic spell check.

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Posted by yoyo moi on 02/26/2015 at 10:21 PM

Re: “#SolidGoldClit: Giant Clitoris Statue Unveiled at Sewanee

Just completely and utterly bizarre.

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Posted by Elizabeth Gharavi on 02/26/2015 at 9:56 PM

Re: “#SolidGoldClit: Giant Clitoris Statue Unveiled at Sewanee

So I'm not the only one with a golden pleasure center?

Stacy Harris
Publisher/Executive Editor/Media Critic
Stacy's Music Row Report
http://stacyharris.com

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Posted by Stacy Harris on 02/26/2015 at 9:45 PM

Re: “NAAWP: What Could It Mean?

Conservatives, trying to deflect attention away from elected Republican racist liars.
Pathetic.

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Posted by daveshortfeller on 02/26/2015 at 9:37 PM

Re: “Why Firing Your Copy Editors Undermines Credibility in One Simple Sentence

I am continually embarrassed by my own typos.

When I'm on the clock they tend to be less frequent because the task at hand has my full attention. After hours, I am generally multi-tasking and lacking the patience to work twice as hard as writers who were born with much better eyesight have to in order to get the job done to a copy editor's satisfaction.

Those who know the situation understand. Those who don't criticize when they ought to be counting their blessings.

Stacy Harris
Publisher/Executive Editor/Media Critic
Stacy's Music Row Report
http:stacyharris.com

Posted by Stacy Harris on 02/26/2015 at 9:35 PM

Re: “NAAWP: What Could It Mean?

National Association for the Advancement of Waffling Politicians

Stacy Harris
Publisher/Executive Editor/Media Critic
Stacy's Music Row Report
http://stacyharris.com

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Posted by Stacy Harris on 02/26/2015 at 9:22 PM

Re: “When doesn't a hog farmer need permits for his farm? Apparently when he's vice chair of the House Agriculture Committee.

According to Mr. Gantry, lots of federal "pork" subsidies here. How does this contrast to opposition for "Insure Tennessee"?

Posted by Truth Matters on 02/26/2015 at 9:19 PM

Re: “It's a really good time to be eating in Nashville — but we're not a world-class dining destination yet

"Third, I'd double the number of good line cooks." If you want a better resturant scene I agree you need a solid foundation and in order to attract such a foundation these places need to start paying these cooks a living wage. While all of the big chefs in town are not guilty, most have built their shrines to food on the backs of over worked and under paid kitchen staffs. The true food scene, unlike your reviews, is far less flowery and glamourous when you go home after a 14 hour shift to eat the scrapes you can afford that I assure you are nothing like the food you review.

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Posted by SteveD on 02/26/2015 at 9:16 PM

Re: “The Other Woman comes to terms with Another Other Woman

As a lifelong student of human behavior, I learned to keep my "real" social life separate from the often co-mingled Music Row social scene of which, by virtue of my profession, I have been (strategically) a part of for four decades.

Early on when I saw a new face in the crowd, who was otherwise not in deep conversation, I would tend to engage him. (This was when the Music Row party guest ratio was, to twist a phrase with a nod toward Jan & Dean, two boys [or more] for every girl.)

If we had a rapport, the introduction would become a conversation, until the wife walked up to see why her attractive (to her anyway) husband was chatting or otherwise seeming to enjoy himself with "another woman."

What better illustration of why, when Tammy Wynette got bored with singing Stand By Your Man in concert for the zillionth time, she tried to keep it fresh by picking a man from the audience, taking his hand, gazing into his eyes and singing her signature song to him, Wynette always picked a short, bald fan with a paunch- or the closest facsimile?

When, nature suggests, I was at the peak of my physical attractiveness (i.e., fertility), my admirers ranged from Frank, the security guy at WSM Radio (where I was an Opry Star Spotlight mainstay) to one of the big-name country-music stars of the day.

Mr. Big Shot had what I would describe as an Al and Tipper marriage, meaning his public could not conceive of him as being anything other than happily married (despite "jokes" Mr. Big Shot would make from the stage disparaging Mrs. Big Shot in her absence) and, as the years went on without a divorce, no one was the wiser to the fact that this was not a first marriage for either party nor was union typified by behavior most associate with happily married couples.

Naturally, none of the articles written about Mr. and Mrs. Big Shot included any of the information verifiable by public records and other sources.

Saying "no" to a married celebrity who is accustomed to hearing "yes" for any of the good reasons for saying so ironically, in my experience, deepens a Mr. Big Shot's attraction- and insatiable interest.

I had the good fortune to get to know Mrs. Big Shot at a time when, like Nancy Reagan, she was a delightful, witty and guileless unless, in the instance of Mrs. Reagan, she was suspicious that it might come out she was pregnant at the time of her marriage or, in the case of Mrs. Big Shot, your presence suggested to her she could not trust- Mr. Big Shot? You?

My moment came when Mrs. Big Shot and I were having a great conversation about our interests, shared and unique. All of a sudden who waltzes by but Mr. Big Shot. He did not know that I knew Mrs. Big Shot (we were in a public place) and, seeing me there, he turned white and high-tailed it out of there.

Mrs. Big Shot was notoriously jealous and from that day forward she made me a target of her jealousy.

I felt sorry for the woman and sought to reassure her if only so she wouldn't go out of her way to wreak vengeance. I finally convinced her to meet me in Centennial Park where I hemmed and hawed before awkwardly blurting out "I'm not having an affair with your husband."

Mrs. Big Shot's response? I remember it began with an expletive and ended with bravado, the upshot being that whether I was lying or telling the truth it didn't matter much as, worst case scenario, "That's the least of my problems."

In retrospect, yet another point on which we probably agreed

Stacy Harris
Publisher/Executive Editor/Media Critic
Stacy's Music Row Report
http://stacyharris.com

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Posted by Stacy Harris on 02/26/2015 at 9:14 PM

Re: “The Other Woman comes to terms with Another Other Woman

As a lifelong student of human behavior, I learned to keep my "real" social life separate from the often co-mingled Music Row social scene of which, by virtue of my profession, I have been (strategically) a part of for four decades.

Early on when I saw a new face in the crowd, who was otherwise not in deep conversation, I would tend to engage him. (This was when the Music Row party guest ratio was, to twist a phrase with a nod toward Jan & Dean, two boys (or more) for every girl.

If we had a rapport, the introduction would become a conversation, until the wife walked up to see why her attractive (to her anyway) husband was chatting or otherwise seeming to enjoy himself with "another woman."

What better illustration of why, when Tammy Wynette got bored with singing Stand By Your Man in concert for the zillionth time, she tried to keep it fresh by picking a man from the audience, taking his hand, gazing into his eyes and singing her signature song to him, Wynette always picked a short, bald fan with a paunch- or the closest facsimile?

When, nature suggests, I was at the peak of my physical attractiveness (i.e., fertility), my admirers ranged from Frank, the security guy at WSM Radio (where I was an Opry Star Spotlight mainstay) to one of the big-name country-music stars of the day.

Mr. Big Shot had what I would describe as an Al and Tipper marriage, meaning his public could not conceive of him as being anything other than happily married (despite "jokes" Mr. Big Shot would make from the stage disparaging Mrs. Big Shot in her absence) and, as the years went on without a divorce, no one was the wiser to the fact that this was not a first marriage for either party nor was union typified by behavior most associate with happily married couples.

Naturally, none of the articles written about Mr. and Mrs. Big Shot included any of the information verifiable by public records and other sources.

Saying "no" to a married celebrity who is accustomed to hearing "yes" for any of the good reasons for saying so ironically, in my experience, deepens a Mr. Big Shot's attraction- and insatiable interest.

I had the good fortune to get to know Mrs. Big Shot at a time when, like Nancy Reagan, she was a delightful, witty and guileless unless, in the instance of Mrs. Reagan, she was suspicious that it might come out she was pregnant at the time of her marriage or, in the case of Mrs. Big Shot, your presence suggested to her she could not trust- Mr. Big Shot? You?

My moment came when Mrs. Big Shot and I were having a great conversation about our interests, shared and unique. All of a sudden who waltzes by but Mr. Big Shot. He did not know that I knew Mrs. Big Shot (in a public place) and, seeing me there, he turned white and high-tailed it out of there.

Mrs. Big Shot was notoriously jealous and from that day forward she made me a target of her jealousy.

I felt sorry for the woman and sought to reassure her if only so she wouldn't go out of her way to wreak vengeance. I finally convinced her to meet me in Centennial Park where I hemmed and hawed before awkwardly blurting out "I'm not having an affair with your husband."

Mrs. Big Shot's response? I remember it began with an expletive and ended with bravado, the upshot being that whether I was lying or telling the truth it didn't matter much as, worst case scenario, "That's the least of my problems"

In retrospect, yet another point on which we probably agreed

Stacy Harris
Publisher/Executive Editor/Media Critic
Stacy's Music Row Report
http://stacyharris.com

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Stacy Harris on 02/26/2015 at 9:04 PM

Re: “NAAWP: What Could It Mean?

Liberals, reporting on stories no one in their right mind cares about.
When they have nothing of substance to report on, I guess this is all they have to offer.
Pathetic.

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Posted by davidlongfellow on 02/26/2015 at 8:40 PM

Re: “#SolidGoldClit: Giant Clitoris Statue Unveiled at Sewanee

OMG...Outrageous

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Posted by Charlene Brewer Wild on 02/26/2015 at 8:37 PM

Re: “NAAWP: What Could It Mean?

Butt, Butt... Don't "western people" from Colorado, Wyoming, and Arizona deserve advancement ? Rep. Butts is simply saying out loud what most of her colleagues in the "super duper " majority in the legislature believe but won't publicly say. Even worse, the people who voted for her believe as she does which is why she feels she can say these things only to then back and fill when called out by the "liberal media" who failed to understand her completely innocent if abstruse remarks.

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Posted by Charlrmagne on 02/26/2015 at 7:55 PM

Re: “The Cash Legacy pays homage to The Man in Black with a large and talented cast

There are a legion of pretenders, but there was only one Man in Black.

Stacy Harris
Publisher/Executive Editor/Media Critic
Stacy's Music Row Report
http://stacyharris.com

Posted by Stacy Harris on 02/26/2015 at 7:47 PM

Re: “Florida Georgia Line Says 'Girl' 42 Times on Anything Goes, aka 'The Worst Album Ever'

When ur rippin' on someone's music in an article, at least use spell check!!

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Posted by Docmike on 02/26/2015 at 7:05 PM

Re: “#SolidGoldClit: Giant Clitoris Statue Unveiled at Sewanee

If you rub the statue, the books all reach their climax.

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Posted by Fully on 02/26/2015 at 6:54 PM

Re: “Where Are the Women? This Summer’s Music Festivals Continue to Act as Though Female Musicians Don't Exist

OH NO! ALL CAPS!?!

If data helps you understand, it can be your responsibility to find that data you need. I'm not going to make a database of hundreds of thousands of bands for you.

Posted by Megan Seling on 02/26/2015 at 6:54 PM

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