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Eminem lip-synched his anti-Bush song on SNL.
Matter of fact, at least twice he pulled the mic away
from his mouth to be sure you knew he was lip-synching.
This, a week after Ashlee Simpson made worldwide news
"getting caught" lip-synching on last week's show.
Why did he do it?
...because he could?
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"You don't have a chance to be president.
You'll become president when the Red
Sox win the World Series."
-- some heckler, a year ago,
Seeks Limit to Suits Over Voting Rights
He's stealing the vote
from us - will the Democrats allow it?
Bush administration lawyers argued in three
closely contested states last week that only
the Justice Department, and not voters
themselves, may sue to enforce the voting rights set out
in the Help America Vote Act, which was
passed in the aftermath of the disputed 2000 election.
This is the first time in history the Justice
Department has gone to court to side against voters
who are trying to enforce their right to
vote. I think this law will mean very little if the rights of
American voters have to depend on this
Justice Department," said Gerald Hebert, who worked
in the voting-rights section from 1973
Bush wants Ashcroft to be the only one who
can enforce our voting rights?
Ashcroft is the crookedest, most insane
bastard on Bush's payroll - that's no justice at all.
As long as war is regarded as wicked,
it will always have its fascination.
When it is looked upon as vulgar, it
will cease to be popular.
-- Oscar Wilde
Remember Bush's build up to this war?
Remember Clear Channel holding
rallies in every city
about how "great" it was that we were going
Remember all the networks, CNN being al;most
as bad as FOX,
and how overjoyed they were that we were
going to war?
Flashback from Volume
901 Saddam or Pinhead?
Remember Gone With the Wind?
In this scene, there's two dudes who
run into each other,
and one of them is fifties Superman
- George Reeves,
...and he runs up to the other southerner
stand-arounds and says,
you heard the great news?
We're going to war!"
They were as happy as the Pinhead administration
about going to war.
But war = many American funerals, ...unless
Bill Clinton is president.
How many American dead are we willing
Perhaps the White House could provide
us with a graph,
showing a price-per-barrel ratio to
dead American heroes.
Think about it - what if...?
A gallon of gas cost $1.50, no American
A gallon of gas cost $1.75, ...we'll
give you 300 dead servicemen
A gallon of gas cost $2.25, ...we'll
give you 1000 dead servicemen
A gallon of gas cost $2.75, ...we'll
give you 8000 dead servicemen
A gallon of gas cost $3.25, ...we'll
give you 3000 dead servicemen
A gallon of gas cost $3.75, ...we'll
give you 8000 dead servicemen
A gallon of gas cost $4.25, ...we'll
give you 11,000 dead servicemen
A gallon of gas cost $5.50, ...we'll
give you 16,000 dead servicemen
The B.F.E.E. will make extra-billions of we have enough dead soldiers.
Do you think evil men mind others dying
to make then super-rich?
Perpetual war, guaranteed by
the most brainless slug in presidential history.
So, how many dead do we want to buy?
Support the troops!
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Votes Could Decide Election
With so many troops fighting in the Iraq,
members of the military could play a huge role
in deciding the next commander-in-chief
in this dead-heat presidential contest.
Election watchers say that failing to count
military ballots in this election is even more
unforgivable than in 2000 because the votes
now represent Americans risking their lives in battle.
"Not allowing military members to vote during
wartime would be devastating," said Duke political
science professor Peter Feaver. "They're
not sitting in comfortable offices in Germany anymore.
Now they're under mortar attack in Iraq."
For the 150,000 troops in
Iraq, the ballot reads:
Check Here to reward Bush
for taking you away from your family to face being beheaded for no goddamn
Check Here if you want
President Kerry and America's allies to bring you home - alive.
I've been doing this page nine years and I still can't figure
out why sane men would rather die for Halliburton
than stay at home, at their jobs, in peace, surrounded by their
parents, their wives and their children.
In saner times, I could surmise "They're doing it out of their
sense of duty,"
but we had no duty to invade Iraq so Halliburton could make billions
in unearned profits.
Why are military men so willing to die for Halliburton?
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Down the Troops
"One of the most ominous signs about the war
is the growing disenchantment of the troops.
They've spent too much time on the most
dangerous roads in the world without the proper training,
without up-to-date equipment, without the
proper armor for their vehicles and without the support
they feel they should be getting from their
Iraqi allies. The Times's Edward Wong, after a series of
interviews with marines in the Sunni-dominated
city of Ramadi, wrote:
'They said the Iraqi police and National Guard
are unhelpful at best and enemy agents at worst,
raising doubts about President Bush's assertion
that local forces would soon help relieve the
policing duties of the 138,000 American
troops in Iraq. The marines said they could use better
equipment from the Pentagon, and they feared
that the American people were ignorant of the
hardships they faced in this dessicated
I'm still confused.
Bush sent them to Iraq without water, guns or armor - and they
Bush turned their one tour of duty into three - and they love
Bush got 1100 heroes killed for Halliburton - and they love him?
Bush let them down - and they love him.
Clinton never sent a man into battle who didn't come home
and they hate him with every piece of their hearts - explain
"They're sending money out to Hawaii. They're
all kinds of time in states that Kerry
ought to have sewn up."
--Rush the vulgar Pugboy, trying to explain why Cheney
is spending Election eve in Honolulu Attribution
Subject: ...you Sir, and
no Atticus Finch
Long time reader from the old Rush
Limba - Lying Nazi Whore days.
Cable channel TNT played the 1962 classic
movie, "To Kill a Mockingbird" last night,
and they prefaced it with a long winded
pud pulling session with ORIN HATCH, for Koresh's sake.
Talking about the death of irony....Both
Gregory Peck and his character, Atticus Finch were die hard liberals,
and they get Schwarzenegger's cabana boy
and premier wing nut, Hatch to blather on and on about what a
great liberal champion of the little people
he has been. I could feel the tremors from Gregory Peck and Harper Lee
spinning in their graves all the way in
Appleby, Texas, Land of Knee Walking Turkeys.
Keep hammering them, I'm seeing a crack
has to be more than our pal
I do not want a president who is "just
like one of us."
Much less do I want a "good ole boy."
I want a president who is better than the
rest of us -- a lot better, in fact.
The president confronts situations, deals
with circumstances, faces choices
and has to make decisions the rest of us
can't begin to fathom.
That's not something I want to be taken
on by someone who isn't any smarter than I am!
It's not a task for "one of us;" it's a
job for the brightest, most seasoned, mature mind we can put in the Oval
Instead, we got a Monkey.
Subject: Here to help w/Perkel's
video files for Mac users
The best format to download F/911 from Perkel's
site is the AVI format,
mostly because the MPEG version is too
big to fit on a CD (so that you
can burn it for everyone who you think
should see it).
There is only one program for the Mac (OSX)
that will play AVI files well.
Here is where to download it:
You're my best daily read, Bart, thank you!
Note: Doing a regular internet thing is hard work,
...everybody knows that.
The burnout factor is enormous and the benefits are few,
so contact Alan
Sports if you want to get involved.
Got a favorite team?
Got a favorite sports?
You a big Tiger Woods fan?
Get involved, write your thoughts down
and send them to Alan
Getting into sports beats O'Reilly's hobby.
Subject: love letter
Maybe it was the sinus medication and Tylenol
with codeine coursing through my bloodstream,
but I was lying in bed last night having
visions and feeling extremely I don't know just overwhelmed
with the magnitude of what we are facing
on Tuesday and how incredible this whole experience has been.
It may sound silly, but I feel so filled
with gratitude to people like Springsteen and Eminem and Michael Moore
and Howard Stern using the power they have
to combat the evil every time I hear Rush or Hannity go off on
Hollywood's liberals I smile, knowing that
it drives them insane that there is one bloc of money and power in this
country that they don't control. Those
celebrities are going to do more than we ever thought possible. And I also
think about YOU, Bart, because you amaze
me every day. Your dedication and your commitment have absolutely
been the center and focus of my political
obsession this past year and honestly, you might be the first person I
of when they announce Kerry as the winner.
Because I realized it last night.
He is going to win.
That's what this has all been leading up
to. There is no other outcome possible. It's like a movie where the good
have to win at the end. The hordes of college
voters and new registrants and cell phone users will all MOSH and we
are going to win. Not be appointed, but
actually WIN. We will. I hope you realize that too and that you feel satisfied
with the unbelievable amount of good you
have done for me and all your other fans out there. You give me hope and
you make me laugh and you remind me why
this is important, not just kind of important but actually like the end
When Kerry wins you should feel tremendous
pride in what you have done.
Just think, Bart, you have made people
wish they could visit Tulsa.
What else do you need to know?
Please go have a shot and send me the bill.
And when Kerry wins, I'm sending you $100.
(It's like I'm another Soros!)
Much admiration and best wishes. BARTCOP
"The senator is making wild charges about missing
explosives, when his top foreign
policy adviser admits 'we don't know
the facts. The senator is denigrating the actions
of our troops and commanders in the
field without knowing the facts."
-- President Can't-Tell-The-Truth in Vienna, Ohio
The opposite is true.
Kerry says this quagmire of death is due to Bush's stupidity.
Here's the real truth:
"The actual responsibility for it really would
be for the troops that were there,"
Did they search carefully enough?
Didn't they search carefully enough?"
I know you Republicans enjoy lying to yourselves, but look at
the damn facts!
Rudy blamed the troops, so Bush accused kerry of doing that.
Don't you GOP-types have any self respect?
How can you stand to be lied to by The Monkey, again and again?
Subject: The O'Reilly Factor
I hope that every call and e-mail to his
show ends with some sleaze to keep him on his toes...
"...and that's why I think free trade
should protect marine mammals. Guess what I'm wearing right now, Bill,
you big stud!"
"...and I appreciate your no-spin zone,
Bill. I say vibrate, spinning is for oil well drillers!"
"That White House has been one right example
of dignity these last four years.
Better ripoffs of thousands of citizens
on that oval carpet than blow jobs, right Bill?"
"On the one hand, the ruling party really doesn't
believe in democratic norms. They've been trying
to rig the election in a number of
ways, and they've rolled out [the idea] that a vote for John Kerry
is a vote for the terrorists, in effect.
That's a deeply undemocratic thing, and if they win, they will try
to institutionalize that. On the other
hand, if they lose and the records are opened - it's pretty obvious
that it will be devastating. So it's
a weird moment. You feel like people are noticing the nakedness of
the emperor - finally - but either just
at the last minute or maybe not quite in time."
--Paul Krugman - he always gets
it right Attribution
The view from Iowa
A weekly column by Mike Palecek,
former federal prisoner for peace,
county prisoner, Iowa Democratic Party candidate,
small-town newspaper reporter.
Subject: Osama and
It's hard to tell how Osama bin Laden will
affect the election since his October surprise appearance
just 4 days before the polls open. Osama
apparently wants to affect the election - but in what way?
The conventional wisdom is that Osama helps
Bush because in the past whenever there have been
terror alerts Bush's numbers have gone
up, and Osama is the ultimate boogie man. On the other hand
- the very fact that Osama has surfaced
and is looking fit and healthy is a stark reminder that Bush failed
to capture and kill him like he promised
to. And - I hate to agree with Osama on this - but if Bush had
ordered fighter jets into the air instead
of doing the photo op reading "My Pet Goat" to kids - then those
planes might have been intercepted before
the could hit us. So Osama hurts Bush because he exists and
speaks and reminds us that Bush has failed
to get him.
Perhaps we can guess who Osama wants to
win by figuring out who will benefit him the most?
Does Osama want Bush or Kerry to win?
It's been 3 years since 9/11 and Osama is not only free - but he's
well dressed and looking fit and trim.
Looks like he's doing very well under Bush. America is bogged down is
an unrelated war and has become a symbol
of fund raising for the terrorists. High oil prices are making the
bin Laden family very rich. From that it
would seem that he would want to keep Bush.
Furthermore - Osama says that neither Bush
or Kerry can keep America safe and that if we don't attack him
- he won't attack us. Its like he's trying
to make a deal. Bush has been playing down Osama in the last two years
saying, ""I truly am not that concerned
about him." Perhaps the reason America hasn't been attacked is because
Bush made a deal? I would think Osama would
want a president who was not concerned about him.
So - what is Osama's hidden message?
Perhaps he wants you to vote for Nader? Who can tell?
I'm Marc Perkel - And I approved this message!
San Francisco, CA.
Subject: It's THEIR turn
We need to put out the 'meme' that, if W
can't get a clean win after 4 years on the job, he needs to step aside.
America can't take EIGHT years of a never-elected
fraud. While you and I and millions of others didn't like it,
Al Gore 'took one for the team (country)'
4 years ago by not contesting an easily contestible election.
We've got to be ready to 'go to the mat'
this time and I think we are, but we also need a PR hook for the at-large
If Bush can't win this one clean--it's
HIS turn to take one for the country.
P.S. We know they'll never go down that
way, but I think we need to start putting the idea out there.
Since they stole the last one, that we won, if next Tuesday
is too close to call,
maybe the whore Supreme Court will show some sense of fairness
and appoint our guy this time.
...did I really say that?
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partners argue Quotes
"It never occurred to us that Bush would leave
50,000 citizens in the two towers to face these horrors alone.
To Bush, that little girl's talk about
her goat was more important than the planes hitting the skyscrapers.
That gave us three times the required
time to carry out the operations, thank God."
--Bush's business partner Osama, in his latest
"I'll repeat what I said. I truly am not that
concerned about him. I know he is on the run. I was concerned
about him, when he had taken over a
country. But once we set out the policy and started executing the
we shoved him out more and more on
the margins. He has no place to train his al Qaeda killers anymore."
--The Dubya Monkey, after giving the
unknown bin Laden a world stage from which to recruit, Attribution
was at the Madison Rally
by R Toomey
Here Now with working link!
Finally, when Springsteen came out, he
was brilliant. I've never seen him live, and too bad he only did
- "Promised Land" and "No Surrender."
It was stunning, goose-bump time. He had a guitar and a harmonica,
and his voice.
Both songs were acoustically perfect and
The crowd was virtually silent.
It was unforgettable.
It was a beautiful autumn day and - believe
this - yellow and red leaves actually slowly fell from the trees as Bruce
Between the songs, Bruce gave an eloquent,
quiet, endorsement of Kerry. He said Kerry has "lived our history."
He talked about healing the sick, housing
the homeless, about a deeper patriotism that rises from facing the
hard truths about the good and bad.
The man was a revelation.
Dude, I think I see you...
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Insults Our Intelligence
The campaigns' spinning has become so blatant
that reporters now know they need
to indicate to viewers that they're aware
of it. That's why those half-joking on-air pleas
by anchors for their guests not to spin
are becoming increasingly common.
The logical next step would be to conclude
that, since they're going to spin anyway,
there's little news value in asking campaign
spokespeople for their take on the race.
Bush's lawyers try to disenfranchise voters
"Bush wants to make tort reform a top priority
in a second term. Using the term "trial lawyer''
as a pejorative, he talks a lot about the
craziness of our overlitigated lives. Which is funny,
coming from a guy who litigated his way
to the White House. But the president seems to
have defined a frivolous lawsuit as any
legal action filed by somebody else's lawyers."
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Seriously, if you know someone between the ages of 14 and 30,
you might suggest they vote against Bush's never-ending quagmires.
3Q Profit Surges 62 Percent
They 'blame' the war for their $3.2 billion windfall?
Channel Earnings Plummet 60 Percent
said weakness in national advertising hurt its radio division
More Marines Dead in Iraq; Car Bomb Kills 7
Deaths come as U.S. gears up
for a bloody assault on Fallujah
Floridians Cast Ballots in Early Voting
They know jeb can't be trusted
Do you have a friend who's undecided about this election?
Here to order Fahrenheit
...and then watch it with them.
When you're done, say, "Are
you still considering voting for Bush?
Case for Treason against Dick Cheney
Cheney is guilty of multiple counts of treason as defined
by the constitution
Article III Section 3 of the constitution
clearly states that, "Treason against the United States shall
consist only in levying War against Them,
or in adhering to Their enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort."
Here then are two clearly defined modes
of treason. Cheney, of course, did not levy war against the
United States (or, for that matter, against
the North Vietnamese, but his cowardice is a separate issue).
Did he then adhere to Hussein's Iraq, giving
them aid and comfort? . Conducting such lucrative business
with a regime against the will of the world's
only great superpower must constitute "adhering" to that enemy.
Especially when the vital nature of prohibited
oilfield services to sanction starved Iraq is taken into account.
For a poor, sanction starved regime to
receive $73 million dollars worth of services, services which allowed
the regime to stay in power and to stockpile
the very weapons even now being used to murder our soldiers
and marines, this goes well beyond "Aid
and Comfort". Without the proceeds generated by those services,
Saddam Hussein may have fallen from power
without a fight.
On the way in, I told Mrs Bart that if anybody tries to stop me
from voting I'm going to start screaming,
"You fucking Bush bastards can't stop me," and try to get arrested
and make some headlines.
man arrested for trying to vote for Kerry'
But then again, I'm an old white guy voting in Knuckledrag, Oklahoma.
No way they'd try to stop me.
For a week, I've been reminding you to vote early.
If you're black or green or spotted, and they try to stop you
from voting, makesome noise.
Scream using the most foul language you're comfortable with.
Make a BIG-ass fuss so everyone notices.
They want you go slink away, intimidated, so they can re-install
the never-elected murderer.
Don't let them win.
This ain't some damn football game - we need this one.
"Someone analyzed the President's military
aptitude tests and Kerry's,
and concluded that Bush has a higher
IQ than Kerry."
-- Tom Brokaw, whoring horseshit for Karl Rove, Attribution
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By the way, I've been sick as a dog again - my second massive
sinus infection in 30 days
which means plenty of sneezing, coughing, wheezing, more coughing
till my lungs are sore, more sneezing etc.
I know that comes as a surprise to you, because the page has been
so funny and cheery this week.
Doing radio depends on my being able to speak 60 seconds without
Instead of a 3-piece "Z-Pac," Doc Sharif gave me a ten piece antibiotic this time. He assures me this will
slay the infection. What we need is a good, hard freeze to kill
the allergy stuff, but so far, it's still almost
80 degrees in
Knuckledrag every day and we're about to go into November.
Koresh willing, Tommy & I plan to record Sunday, so let's
hope that works.
by my good friend William Rivers Pitt
you, George, for going
Saddam instead of me."
So the bastard is still alive.
He isn't dead of kidney failure or rotting
in a cave somewhere in the Hindu Kush.
He wasn't smoked out of his hole, and he
in no way appeared to be on the run.
The images broadcast on every American
television station in the last few hours showed
a man apparently in good health, clothed
in traditional white and wrapped in a golden robe.
His hands were steady and his voice was
From all appearances, Osama bin Laden is
tanned, rested and ready.
soldier body count in Iraq
1086, 1105, 1111,
1120, dead American soldiers.
They got NINE
"The U.S. invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq
will be studied for years for their brilliance."
-- VP Snarl, bragging about their great success Attribution
Polls tell us America wants more war,
and more soldiers killed.
Are the polls right?
Eminem is on Saturday Night Live - will he do his "Bush
I'm shocked at all the people who think
it's funny that Cruella was almost run over by a car this week.
Don't they realize she can only be harmed
with a silver bullet?
You have two minutes to record your message.
Subject: I went to Madison
I went to Madison.
It was a perfect day, not too hot or cool,
not too bright or too cloudy. We didn't have to sweat, freeze, or squint.
The line for internet tickets snaked all
around the site--at least two miles long, and we started to get crazy
just trying to get to the end of the line.
Finally we just cut across and stood in the side streets. Couldn't see
but the sound system was absolutely top
Lots of Madison kids--but, really, everyone
was there, from babies to grannies to one guy whose hair was
almost as long as mine used to be, who
called me "Mule-man" but was disappointed when i wasn't him.
They were trying to set up a 'cell phone
bank' right in the middle of the crowd, giving out lists of numbers,
but it was kind of a noisy venue to do
it. Still, people tried.
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters was in fine
voice. He made the point that it's getting a lot harder to be an
American overseas--formerly when they toured,
folks just fell over backward to meet an american, but that's changing.
Only three troll sightings: one, a 70's
era station wagon with a big letter to Michael Moore taped to its side.
I stood next to it and said "I dunno, guys--you
think we should just kill him?" just to confirm his preconceptions.
There was a middle aged pro-lifer female,
who just shouted "Wicked! You're all wicked!" and who didn't have
her placard right side up. Then there were
some young women with Bush-Cheney stickers who just seemed to
want to taunt--they just got drowned out
by a big chant of "Five More Days!"
The Governor had a groaner of an intro for
Bruce--tried to fit in every Springsteen lyric he could into the speech.
Bruce did "Promised Land" and "No surrender."
His speech was brief and beautifully crafted.
Talked in broad strokes about the deeper ideals of America
--but he was also the only one to mention
Bart, he was excellent. Equal parts Bush
hammering, policy and vision for the future, moving from one to the other
at the right points. He brought the crowd
up with anger and a bit of snark, and then talked about fixing America.
He used the hammer enough, but he also
had me saying by the end, "My god, he could actually do it. He could actually
Not just win, but actually fix it." The
crowd wasn't screaming, but they were up. They were high--as was I.
I didn't really get a chance to see the
real size of the crowd until it started to break up. It was huge.
100,000 easily. Take it from a guy who
went to Woodstock.
Bart, we're going to win this. The base
is FIERCE. They--we--know what's at stake. This wasn't a bunch of people
who just wanted to see Bruce for free--or
even people who just were saying, "I think I'm going to vote for him":
These were 100,000 people who were going
to work, canvas, and take voters to the polls to bring down this
regime and put Kerry in the White House.
100,000 people. Nobody goofing, nobody clowning
(except for the under-11 crowd)--but all smiling.
Keep the hammer swinging, Bart:
Excerpt: At least 20 newspapers are objecting
to today's "Doonesbury"
because it features a profanity, uttered in the
strip by Dick Cheney.
That's a f-ing lie.
Check for yourself - is there a 'profanity' in this cartoon?
It's OK with the lying, hypocritical bastards if Cheney says "Go
to a wimpy-ass senator on the senate floor, but if Trudeau puts an
" f " in his strip
they have to censor him - I guess to "save the children."
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