To: Clint N. Suhks
Not trying to turn this into a Lady Antebellum thread, but a few last comments. As I watched and listened, it was obvious that these people were at the top of their game professionally. It takes a lot of time, work, and a little luck to be a top performing group, and more time, work, and some luck to STAY there. Rational people in that situation would do everything they could to stay there as long as humanly possible, because the end will come eventually.
My thoughts turned briefly to the Dixie Chicks. They would still be performing and earning lots of money, and would be a huge draw, but they aren't. And all because they forgot that they were performers, not political pundits. They threw away a hugely rewarding career - for nothing.
posted on 03/29/2012 9:52:35 AM PDT
("Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." Voltaire)
I wouldn’t know if the Dipsie Chicks were playing as much as they did before or not because there’s no way a radio channel who’d play them would come on in my Suburban...it would probably stall out and pop the tires if I did ;o)
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