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Betsy DeGeorge

In 1964, as a young Republican, I received an autographed print of this, now not always recognized, photo of Barry Goldwater for my volunteer efforts. I also have a plastic doll and a can of "Goldwater" that I never actually tasted. In 2008, as an old socialist, I look at the political sphere and the music sphere and the art sphere in general and shake my head. I listened to the 1982 cult music/film classic Koyaanisqatsi this week and couldn't find a single soul willing to sit through it with me. Yet people are still buying records by Springsteen. Does Burhans have a chance. Not, I think, unless for some reason his music gets coupled with a remix of "Don't Taze Me Bro" and goes viral.


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