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I am now a country music fan

I know it's not Friday night, the designated night for music around these, here parts, but this is one of the funniest things I have seen in weeks and since we all have nothing to look forward to for next while except more reformatory bullshit, it is with pleasure that I present Rodney Carrington's live performance of Show Them to Me.


pogge said…
I know it's not Friday night...

I call them unscheduled musical interludes. And that was certainly ... an interlude.
pogge: In the original version of this performance that I saw this afternoon, Carrington stands up and the end and points to the first topless girl and says" I want to shake your daddy's hand" LOL

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