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Ethan Hawke is an absolute left-wing, celebutard moron. I hope Keith handles this the way men used to handle their differences.
1 posted on 04/07/2009 1:43:33 PM PDT by Big_Monkey
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To: Big_Monkey

It sounds like a chick fight all around to me.


2 posted on 04/07/2009 1:44:57 PM PDT by freedumb2003 (Communism comes to America: 1/20/2009. Keep your powder dry, folks.)
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To: Big_Monkey
How do ya' like me now?
3 posted on 04/07/2009 1:45:10 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum ("Only after disaster can we be resurrected." -- Tyler Durden)
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To: Big_Monkey

Since when is Ethan Hawke a writer?


4 posted on 04/07/2009 1:46:15 PM PDT by KansasGirl
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To: Big_Monkey

Am I the only person to have never heard of these people? Well uncool me!


5 posted on 04/07/2009 1:48:50 PM PDT by Oldpuppymax (AGENDA OF THE LEFT EXPOSED)
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To: Big_Monkey

They deserve each other. Toby Keith is left wing.


6 posted on 04/07/2009 1:49:50 PM PDT by armymarinemom (My sons freed Iraqi and Afghan Honor Roll students.)
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To: Big_Monkey

Toby Keith needs to dedicate this to Zero:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYrlzEUuBIM


7 posted on 04/07/2009 1:49:51 PM PDT by RushIsMyTeddyBear ("The smallest minority on earth is the 'individual'." ~ Rush Limbaugh)
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To: Big_Monkey

Ethan Hawke/Toby Keith

Break it up you two—
you’re BOTH pretty!


9 posted on 04/07/2009 1:57:18 PM PDT by tumblindice (Barry Obama: Illegitimate Int'l Man of Mystery)
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To: Big_Monkey

I’d say this is the bigger scandal. That Communist militants are still championed in the MSM.

The Essential Kris Kristofferson
Twenty key tracks: an introduction to one of America’s finest songwriters
ETHAN HAWKEPosted Apr 03, 2009 3:17 PM
http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/27207147/the_essential_kris_kristofferson

“Sandinista” (1990)
This song was written to declare support for Nicaraguan rebels of the same name, and it’s a great example of Kris’ more political work. Patty Griffin recorded a beautiful version for a 2006 tribute record.
Listen to Kris Kristofferson’s version


10 posted on 04/07/2009 1:58:01 PM PDT by a fool in paradise ( “Saving the New York Times now ranks with saving Darfur as a high-minded cause.”NYTimes Bill Kell)
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To: Big_Monkey
A bit off-topic but has anyone seen a recent picture of Toby's old "friend" Natilie Maines? Well, if you haven't, here is one:


11 posted on 04/07/2009 1:58:14 PM PDT by NCC-1701 (DRILL NOW. DRILL OFTEN. DRILL 24/7/365. PAY LESS. SUCK THE GROUND DRY.)
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To: Big_Monkey

Still remember him as the little punk in Dead Poet’s Society.


14 posted on 04/07/2009 2:00:44 PM PDT by lesko
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To: Big_Monkey
http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/kriskristofferson/articles/story/27113898/the_last_outlaw_poet
The Last Outlaw Poet
Kris Kristofferson’s all-American journey has taken him from the Army Rangers to Nashville to Hollywood - with a few stops in the gutter along the way
ETHAN HAWKEPosted Apr 07, 2009 1:30 PM

(this is all the lead to the article...)

Standing backstage at the Beacon Theatre in New York, leaning against a crumbling brick wall in the dark, I could barely see Kris Kristofferson standing to my left. Willie Nelson was in the shadows to my right. Ray Charles was standing beside Willie, idly shifting his weight back and forth. A bit farther along the wall were Elvis Costello, Wyclef Jean, Norah Jones, Shelby Lynne, Paul Simon and respective managers, friends and family. Everybody was nervous and tight. We were there for Willie Nelson's 70th birthday concert in 2003.

Up from the basement came one of country music's brightest stars (who shall remain nameless). At that moment in time, the Star had a monster radio hit about bombing America's enemies back into the Stone Age.

“Happy birthday,” the Star said to Willie, breezing by us. As he passed Kristofferson in one long, confident stride, out of the corner of his mouth came “None of that lefty sh!t out there tonight, Kris.”

“What the f!ck did you just say to me?” Kris growled, stepping forward.

“Oh, no,” groaned Willie under his breath. “Don't get Kris all riled up.”

“You heard me,” the Star said, walking away in the darkness.

“Don't turn your back to me, boy,” Kristofferson shouted, not giving a sh!t that basically the entire music industry seemed to be flanking him.

The Star turned around: “I don't want any problems, Kris — I just want you to tone it down.”

“You ever worn your country's uniform?” Kris asked rhetorically.

“What?”

“Don't ‘What?’ me, boy! You heard the question. You just don't like the answer.” He paused just long enough to get a full chest of air. “I asked, ‘Have you ever served your country?’ The answer is, no, you have not. Have you ever killed another man? Huh? Have you ever taken another man's life and then cashed the check your country gave you for doing it? No, you have not. So shut the f!ck up!” I could feel his body pulsing with anger next to me. “You don't know what the hell you are talking about!”

“Whatever,” the young Star muttered.

Ray Charles stood motionless. Willie Nelson looked at me and shrugged mischievously like a kid in the back of the classroom.

Kristofferson took a deep inhale and leaned against the wall, still vibrating with adrenaline. He looked over at Willie as if to say, “Don't say a word.” Then his eyes found me.

“You know what Waylon Jennings said about guys like him?” he whispered.

I shook my head.

“They're doin’ to country music what pantyhose did to finger-f!ckin’.”


16 posted on 04/07/2009 2:02:40 PM PDT by a fool in paradise ( “Saving the New York Times now ranks with saving Darfur as a high-minded cause.”NYTimes Bill Kell)
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To: Big_Monkey

Have to laugh that Faux News calling Toby Keith’s tirade “expletive laced” when my excerpt from Ethan Hawke’s own article is FULL of (fake) expletives against Mr. Keith who crime seems to have been supporting this nation and troops after the 9-11-2001 attacks

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Courtesy_of_the_Red,_White,_&_Blue_(The_Angry_American)

On March 24, 2001, Keith’s father, H.K. Covel, was killed in a car accident. That event and the September 11, 2001 attacks prompted Keith to write the song “Courtesy of the Red, White, & Blue (The Angry American)”, a song about his father’s patriotism and faith in the USA. At first, Keith refused to record the song and only sang it live at his concerts for military personnel.


21 posted on 04/07/2009 2:09:17 PM PDT by a fool in paradise ( “Saving the New York Times now ranks with saving Darfur as a high-minded cause.”NYTimes Bill Kell)
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To: Big_Monkey

Never heard of ol Ethan. Probably deserves it though.


25 posted on 04/07/2009 2:13:29 PM PDT by pissant (THE Conservative party: www.falconparty.com)
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To: Big_Monkey

Kick his *ss TK.


31 posted on 04/07/2009 2:38:03 PM PDT by uddaudd (7 days - 7 ways Guero >>> with a floating, shifting, ever changing persona....)
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To: Big_Monkey

Whatever Toby. You and your horses go guzzle some beer.


37 posted on 04/07/2009 4:37:38 PM PDT by dforest
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