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by IwoCPO on 03/20/13 at 03:51 PM ET
Look. Richard Harris was "A Man Called Horse". Have you seen it? You should. He was a bad, bad man. A tough man. So, why then--in 1968--did he feel the need to sing a song like MacArthur Park?
It's an age-old mystery, rivaled only now by this question:
Why would Ryan Suter and his BFF Zach Parise go to Minnesota where they'll never win anything more than a division crown (if that) when they could have gone to Detroit or Chicago or Pittsburgh, where Cups would have been guaranteed?
Someone left the cake out in the rain
I don't think that I can take it
'Cause it took so long to bake it
And I'll never have that recipe again, oh no
He left his frigging cake out in the rain. And he can't take it. Why? Because it took so damn long to bake it. And now the Ingalls sisters are in Walnut Grove with the barn dances and the one-room schools and that little bitch Nellie Olson running roughshod over the whole damn town. No Cups, but plenty of family and love and cake.
And now they're here (in Detroyet) tonite, where they could have been all along.
Confusion rules the day when it comes to Dick Harris, Horse, horrible songs and the Ingalls sisters.
It's a Live Blog, bitches. LGRW.
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