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What Passes for Life: Rock and Roll edition



(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.)

Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" edition. Yep, it's another poll of " the best songs of all time." No real surprises at the top. Bob Dylan's "Like A Rolling Stone" is Number One. The Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" is in second place. (Do you sense a pattern here?) The overrated "Imagine," by John Lennon is No. 3. In case you're wondering, No. 500 is "Shop Around," by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. And "Stairway to Heaven" was No. 31.
Biggest shock? Madonna's "Like a Virgin" is nowhere on the list. Neither is R.E.M.'s "The One I Love" or Simon and Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson," or "Ms. Jackson," by Outkast. Nothing by Pearl Jam, either. And The Smiths' "How Soon Is Now?" at No. 477 is criminally vulgar. (contactmusic.com. Plus I wasted ten bucks on the thing yesterday)

NFL loses Supreme Court decision. Unanimous Supreme Court declares NFL is a group of 32 teams, not a single business entity. It pretty much means that the NFL doesn't have the kind of legalized antitrust protection that Major League Baseball has. (Yahoo! News, Deadspin)

Nauseating thought of the day. The way things are going, Brett Michaels might end up on People's "25 Most Intriguing People of 2010" list. Vince Neil must be jealous. (Rolling Stone)

Georges St. Pierre spars with a 275 pound NHL player. And pretty much whips him. (Cagewriter)

Beware of fake Tebow jerseys. The Feds seized a shipment of counterfeit NFL jerseys, including fake Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow jerseys. (Pro Football Talk, TIMTEBLOG)

What's wrong with this picture?

Somebody fell asleep in Social Studies class. A lot. (Black Heart Gold Pants)


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(What Passes for Life is SWRT's collection of sports and non sports related links and hi-jinks.)

Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" edition. Yep, it's another poll of " the best songs of all time." No real surprises at the top. Bob Dylan's "Like A Rolling Stone" is Number One. The Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" is in second place. (Do you sense a pattern here?) The overrated "Imagine," by John Lennon is No. 3. In case you're wondering, No. 500 is "Shop Around," by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. And "Stairway to Heaven" was No. 31.
Biggest shock? Madonna's "Like a Virgin" is nowhere on the list. Neither is R.E.M.'s "The One I Love" or Simon and Garfunkel's "Mrs. Robinson," or "Ms. Jackson," by Outkast. Nothing by Pearl Jam, either. And The Smiths' "How Soon Is Now?" at No. 477 is criminally vulgar. (contactmusic.com. Plus I wasted ten bucks on the thing yesterday)

NFL loses Supreme Court decision. Unanimous Supreme Court declares NFL is a group of 32 teams, not a single business entity. It pretty much means that the NFL doesn't have the kind of legalized antitrust protection that Major League Baseball has. (Yahoo! News, Deadspin)

Nauseating thought of the day. The way things are going, Brett Michaels might end up on People's "25 Most Intriguing People of 2010" list. Vince Neil must be jealous. (Rolling Stone)

Georges St. Pierre spars with a 275 pound NHL player. And pretty much whips him. (Cagewriter)

Beware of fake Tebow jerseys. The Feds seized a shipment of counterfeit NFL jerseys, including fake Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow jerseys. (Pro Football Talk, TIMTEBLOG)

What's wrong with this picture?

Somebody fell asleep in Social Studies class. A lot. (Black Heart Gold Pants)



Posted originally: 2010-05-24 13:43:00
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