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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

The Great Compromiser

As you can see from the post below, Jason has stepped in to adjudicate the Sleater-Kinney dispute.

For his efforts to broker a peace deal, he will forever be known in the annals of Rock Club as The Great Compromiser, just like Henry Clay (left), who brokered the Missouri Compromise of 1820, as well as the Compromise of 1850.

However, historians must note the obvious fact that both of Clay's compromises merely delayed the American Civil War, and in the end solved nothing. Will the Great Rock Club Compromise of 2006 put an end to hostilities, or will it simply delay the onset of a splinter Rock Club, with a membership of one person, and the subsequent death of that one person, probably to take place in some anonymous Pennsylvania corn field, with that person face down in the dirt, pants unbuttoned, bleeding from the buttocks?

Let us pray that it doesn't come to that.

1 comment:

Potsy said...

True to form, the oppressors resort to threats of humiliation and violence...and corn fields. Some day my people will rise above and make love to your women and out perform you in sports.