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White Trash With Money
White Trash With Money
12 tracks on this cd Produced by Toby Keith and Lari White.

Since Toby Keith's commercial success and canny image manipulation show how shrewd he is, perhaps the best explanation for songs as lackluster as "Note to Self" (a generic Rolling Stones arrangement with a hokey lyric) and "Runnin' Block" (about bedding an unattractive woman for the benefit of a buddy) are either laziness or pandering. On White Trash with Money, his first release on his own Show Dog imprint (and without longtime producer James Stroud), Keith occasionally appears to be stretching himself--on the string-laden balladry of "A Little Too Late," the tender "Crash Here Tonight," and perhaps his finest vocal performance to date on "Too Far This Time"--but often seems to be coasting. "Get Drunk and Be Somebody," "Grain of Salt," and "Brand-New Bow" are never less (and little more) than dumb fun, while "Can't Buy You Money" is a clever twist on the "money can't buy you love" adage. The most contentious track here, "Ain't No Right Way," is just waving a red flag at those who refuse to reduce complex issues to simple black-and-white. Keith insists that he only writes as many songs as he needs to record; this time, some quality control might have required writing a few more. --Don McLeese

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NOW HE'S TELLING THE NEWSPAPERS WHAT THEY CAN COVER ...........THIS ADMINISTRATION IS SO FAR OUT OF LINE WITH AMERICAN VALUES IT'S FRIGHTENING THESE MARXISTS MEAN TO CONTROL THIS COUNTRY ............PURE AND SINPLE WHAT YOU HEAR, SEE AND THINK ............ BETTER WAKE THE F*CK UP ANERICA!!......... THEY'RE DESTROYING YOUR COUNTRY .... CONSTITUTION AND FREEDOM White House, newspaper clash over protest video By MARCUS WOHLSEN, Associated Press Marcus Wohlsen, Associated Press – Fri Apr 29, 7:40 pm ET SAN FRANCISCO – The White House says a San Francisco Chronicle reporter broke the rules when she put down her pen and picked up a video camera to film a protest. The newspaper says the Obama administration needs to join the 21st century. The conflict hit the newspaper's front page Friday with a story about coverage of the protest during President Barack Obama's speech last week at a private fundraiser. It highlights the perils that arise when traditional arrangements between news organizations and politicians meet the modern reality that anyone with a smartphone can become a video journalist. Reporter Carla Marinucci had White House permission to cover the fundraiser as a so-called "pool" reporter, meaning she could attend as long as she shared her notes with the White House to distribute to other reporters. Pool reporting is a common arrangement among media organizations and in-demand politicians to avoid overcrowding of smaller events. Marinucci was covering the event when about a half-dozen protesters who paid a combined $76,000 to attend the breakfast broke into a song chastising Obama for the government's treatment of Pfc. Bradley Manning, an Army intelligence analyst suspected of illegally passing government secrets to the WikiLeaks website. "We paid our dues, where's our change?" the protesters sang. Although a print reporter, Marinucci is seldom seen without a small video recorder while covering politicians. She captured video of the protest, which was posted with her written story in the online edition of the Chronicle and on its politics blog. White House officials say that breached the terms of her access, which stated Marinucci was to provide a print-only report. "The San Francisco Chronicle violated the coverage rules that they — and every other media outlet — agreed to as part of joining the press pool for that event," White House press secretary Jay Carney said. "If they thought the rules were too restrictive they should have raised that at the beginning." Editor Ward Bushee said in the Chronicle's story Friday that the paper acted within its rights to cover the newsworthy incident. He also said White House officials in off-the-record conversations Thursday threatened to bar Marinucci from pool coverage of future presidential appearances. He added that the officials, whom Bushee did not name, threatened to freeze out Chronicle and other Hearst Newspaper chain reporters if they reported on the threat against Marinucci. "We expect our reporters to use the reporting tools they have to cover the news, and Carla did," Bushee said in the Chronicle story. The White House rule against print reporters shooting and posting video is "objectionable and just is not in sync with how reporters are doing their jobs these days." he said. After Josh Earnest, another White House spokesman, told the Politico website that officials had not made such threats, Carney said in a statement Friday that "no reporters have been banned from covering future presidential events." "The White House of course would have no problem including any reporter who follows the rules in pool-only events," he said. The White House should rethink those rules in an era when few reporters limit their coverage to just one medium, and when several other attendees not with the media were taking their own video of the protest, Bushee said. The protesters' own footage ended up appearing on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." The fundraiser came a day after Obama appeared at the Palo Alto headquarters of Facebook, praising the social media giant for enabling a more open, two-way conversation between citizens and politicians. The president said he was interested in holding the event, billed as a social media town hall, because young people especially were now getting their information through a range of different media. Dan Gillmor, a media critic and head of the Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University, said the White House needs to update the rules for its pool reports to match the realities of 21stcentury reporting. But he also said newspapers should do more to embrace the new reality that amateurs are capable of providing their own records of events, showing a wider range of perspectives. For example, he said the Chronicle could focus more on providing a platform for amateur video, which would e
5am + Boredom + Country Song =
5am + Boredom + Country Song =
This song is great but it sort of makes me sad just because I miss how everyone use to be (Before everyone grew up.) Even though some of them are still around..Work and kids has taken there toll on them and they arent fun anymore or I never get to see them. I miss being a kid. (I don't work or have kids so I still feel the same. Everyone else got REAL old lol) I really miss High school. I miss my old neighborhood. I miss my old friends. And this song just makes you realize time goes fast and even though you think life isn't so great, One day your gonna look back and realize it was awesome....Because life is still pretty damn sweet. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Trace Adkins - Your gonna miss this. She was staring out the window of their SUV Complaning, saying "I can't wait to turn 18" She said "I'll make my own money, and I'll make my own rules" Mamma put the car in park out there in front of the school Then she kissed her head and said "I was just like you" You're gonna miss this You're gonna want this back You're gonna wish these days hadn't gone by so fast These are some good times So take a good look around You may not know it now But you're gonna miss this Before she knows it she's a brand new bride In a one-bedroom apartment, and her daddy stops by He tells her "It's a nice place" She says "It'll do for now" Starts talking about babies and buying a house Daddy shakes his head and says "Baby, just slow down" Cause you're gonna miss this You're gonna want this back You're gonna wish these days hadn't gone by so fast These are some good times So take a good look around You may not know it now But you're gonna miss this Five years later there's a plumber workin' on the water heater Dog's barkin', phone's ringin' One kid's cryin', one kid's screamin' And she keeps apologizin' He says "They don't bother me. I've got 2 babies of my own. One's 36, one's 23. Huh, it's hard to believe, but... You're gonna miss this You're gonna want this back You're gonna wish these days hadn't gone by so fast These are some good times So take a good look around You may not know it now But you're gonna miss this"

white t shirt country song
white t shirt country song
Outlaw Reunion
A 24-track "double play" collection featuring music by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings.
Track listing:
1. Waylon Jennings - Crying
2. Willie Nelson - The Ghost
3. Waylon Jennings - Sally Was A Good Old Girl
4. Willie Nelson - Let's Pretend
5. Waylon Jennings - Abilene
6. Willie Nelson - I'm Gonna Lose A Lot Of Teardrops
7. Waylon Jennings - It's So Easy
8. Willie Nelson - Wasting Time
9. Waylon Jennings - Love's Gonna Live Here
10. Willie Nelson - Go Away
11. Waylon Jennings - Don't Think Twice
12. Willie Nelson - No Tomorrow In Sight
13. Waylon Jennings - Dream Baby
14. Willie Nelson - A New Way To Cry
15. Waylon Jennings - Lorena
16. Willie Nelson - Broken Promises
17. Waylon Jennings - Burning Memories
18. Willie Nelson - I Let My Mind Wonder
19. Waylon Jennings - White Lightning
20. Willie Nelson - A Moment Isn't Very Long
21. Waylon Jennings - Big Mamou
22. Willie Nelson - I Can't Find The Time
23. Waylon Jennings - Money
24. Willie Nelson - I Feel Sorry For Him