JBC in Waterloo
Date: Tue 06 Feb 1996 - 09:57:01 PST
Well, the only JBC news I can relate from around here is that my current professor for one of my CS classes (Social Implications of Computers) is an early JB fan. I lent him my copies of Waiting For The Love Bus and Illuminate, but he wasn't impressed. *sob*
We are penguins.
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Well, no duh. Ed sez:
> Levi's comercials are anticipated and discussed in the UK in much the same
> manner as, say, the latest Amaldovar film or some other minor cultural
> event: "Is the latest any good? How about the soundtrack? Why is there never
> one as good as that one with the tires?" It beggars belief _why_ this should
> be. Anyway, the music to any Levis commercial invariably makes it into the
> charts, regardless of merit.
At the risk (certainty) of sounding crotchety, What do you expect from a country of pop music fans who managed to put the sound of Pete Waterman passing wind at the top of the charts ona regular basis? He ain't heavy, he's a bother. Onward, -- Rick G. Karr npr chicago +1 (312) 516-3367