Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Bruce Springsteen

A while back, Bruce Springsteen signed a deal with Wal-Mart giving them exclusive rights to sell his new greatest hits collection. And last week, Bruce apologized to his fans for signing that deal, saying it was a "mistake" for him to partner with a faceless American corporate behemoth.

I'm glad he got that apology off his chest before his Super Bowl performance last weekend — in case you missed it, the Super Bowl signed him to play during halftime. Fortunately, Bruce doesn't need to apologize for signing that contract, because as we all know, the Super Bowl is a home-based business run by a small family of solar-powered vegetarian dolphins.


Mithridates said...

Bruce doesn't need to apologize for the super bowl contract, just the performance.

Phutatorius said...

More like a pack of frickin' sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their frickin' heads.

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