More productive
Not drinking too much
Regular exercise at the gym three days a week
Getting known better with your associate employee contemporaries
At ease, eating well
No more microwave dinners and saturated fights


Tired of being packt like sardines in a tight tin box?
Just come on down to Greenwood Chevrolet, Jeep & Eagle
Where we're always thinking about you!
Which is why we sell way more cars than our competitors
We're having a huge blowout on cars, trucks and recreational vehicles as American as the National Anthem.
Come down on a Friday,
drive home in a brand new car for the weekend
Airbag included
Why wheel away thousands when you can deal in dollars and cents?
So run, don't walk or walk real fast to Greenwood Chevrolet Jeep & Eagle
Located at 225 Oxford Street across from O'Brien's Bait Barn
And remember:
Greenwood Chevrolet Jeep & Eagle
Where everyone can buy a car


--Energy crisis, we need a to--


New York Yankees 27, Baltimore Orioles, 61


No surprises at Oklahoma Computer


You're listening to the Morning Bell
It always ends up drivel
Alright, it's the Morning Bell
You're with Tom Bell
(And Mackey)
And Mackey. Let's see what we've got going on this weekend.
(What's going on, boys?)
We've got the mid-state county fair at the industry showgrounds this weekend
(That don't sound fair!)
Mmhmm. While you're there check out the pie-eating contest sponsored by the ladies of the moose. That is the lodge number 602 in Ponka City.
(That's a moose call)
(Call up some of that lady moose pie)
(Woohoo! I'm crappin' on my farts!)
Makey, was your momma near some chemicals when she was pregnant with you?
(I think she had some chemicals in her when she was pregnant with me!)
Oh boy...
(S-she was a junkie)
Then she may have appreciated this horse! Come check out Blackstar, the world's smallest bucking bronco. The fair is also gonna have some games for the kids. You can win a cellular phone from Telex Communications.
(I just feel sad now)
And performing on the main stage, let's see, we have a group of boys it says here are "fun, peppy and minor." Not exactly sure what that means, but we're gonna take a listen to 'em.
(My momma's dead...)
Here's "Rodeohead"

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    General CommentSo I've been trying my best a layman Radiohead fan to decipher all the references. It makes me feel dumb to do because its much more obvious when you have the lyrics written down. Here's what I have so far:

    The first static break is obviously a reference to Fitter Happier

    The second static break is where it gets fun:
    Pakt Like Sardines in a Crushed Tin Box
    The National Anthem
    Dollars & Cents
    225 I have to think references 2+2=5
    Anyone Can Play Guitar ("Anyone can buy a car")
    Greenwood and O'Brien are band members

    Fifth static break:
    No Surprises while No Surprises plays in the background

    Sixth static break:
    Kid A
    Morning Bell
    I'd think that Tom Bell is named Tom for Thom York
    Planet Telex

    I'm sure a bunch of stuff went over my head.
    brinckey7on August 07, 2011   Link

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