Kristy Lee Cook’s Departure Breeds Please, Mister Custer by Larry Verne

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I’m not pleased that Kristy Lee Cook has been voted off American Idol.

Really, I’m not.

So I decided to strike back.

I thought about hiring a private investigator to find out the names of every person who didn’t vote for Kristy Lee Cook, then get the names of their “husband’s name, her chidrens’ names, her grannies and great grannies name. Her address phone number and email.”

Sound unbearably creepy, inappropriate, paranoid and neurotic? Well, maybe I shouldn’t do it… after all, this was just American Idol, not a 3-star Amazon review for a third-rate novel. If you read one frivolous thing today, make sure it’s that link.

I’ve chosen a different path – to bring justice to ye of little taste via the classics.

Gather ’round, folks. It’s time to listen to Larry Verne’s 1960 hit “Please, Mister Custer.” It was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #9 on the R&B chart. [RSS readers, click here]

Take that, America.

And, on a loosely related note, I was tickled when The Iconoclast, the blog of New English Review, tossed up a post linking to Don Gibson’s “Oh Lonesome Me.” That was a most welcome surprise.

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