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Tuesday, 21 August 2007

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Bush on Drums with Megaphone

Washington (IP) - The news out of Washington is that as soon as Bush is impeached and removed from office that Cheney will pardon him. After his pardon Bush will be off to England to join the Who as their new drummer.

Bush has been practicing lately and has bought some instructional DVD's on Ebay that will help in his new endeavor. Bush says, "You won't have me kick around anymore". His hair has been getting noticibly longer as of late and he has spent a lot of time listening to Who CD's.

George has also gone out and bought a white jump suit.

His favorite Who performance is "Live At Leads" which, by the way, is probably the most kick ass rock-n-roll record ever made by anyone. Bush also likes the Who's performance at Woodstock.

He says that some of their older concert videos make him a little nervous. He says when Pete breaks his guitar at the end of his Montery Pop Festival performance that it makes him want to cry and ask Barbara to protect him. Another detail that makes George nervous is Pete's use of sustained chords like Dsus4 and other dissonant chord constructions.

He will also ask Pete not to slide his pick down the neck of his guitar as the elephant noise that makes makes the hair on the back of George's neck stand up and reminds him of Barbara. His mother does not like that. As we left the interview George was clicking his drum sticks together ala Magic Bus....Every day I get in the queue, to get on the bus that takes me to you -.. I don't care how much I pay, I wanna drive my bus to my baby each day...

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