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CMU reports:

Responding to recent media stories and criticisms the Dixie Chick’s Natalie Maines has written on her website that she will be busy for the next few days responding to various phone messages. Said messages are as follows:

Message 1: Saddam Hussein called and wants to know where his weapons of mass destruction are. Listen Saddam, I already told you, I don’t know. You’re going to have to call the White House on that one.

Message 2: Country Radio called and wants to know if it’s true that you’re leaving country music? This one must be a prank call. I mean, how can you leave a party now when the hosts had shown you to the door six months ago.

Message 3: Sheryl Crow and Lenny Kravitz called to see if you could come to their party Friday night. Oh that one’s easy. I can’t, I’m already going to Ashton and Demi’s party.

Message 4: G. Gordon Liddy, Rush Limbaugh and Don Imus all called again to ask about the plane crash. Listen guys this is really getting old. I’m sorry, but no, we did not die in a plane crash. But look on the bright side … we fly all the time.

Message 5: Arnold Schwarzenegger called to see if we wanted to “verk out” with him at “zee gym” next week. Hmmm, that’s both weird and scary. He must not have heard what Emily “said” about him or know that we’re married!

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  • The Theory

    oh man, i read that a week or so ago. Hilarias. I do feel for her, though… they’ve had to put up with a lot of crap over nothing.

  • http://www.andrewiandodge.com Andrew Ian Dodge

    Fame is a double-edge sword and it can so easily turn on you. You have to take the good with the bad, the rough with the smooth. Its all part of the game.

  • http://www.unproductivity.com Tom Johnson

    Wow, that’s surprising, the Dixie Chicks think anyone still cares. Or that they think anyone thinks they’re funny.

    Keep flyin’, girls . . . and we’ll all keep hopin’ #4 eventually comes true.

  • The Theory

    WTF!? I don’t care how much you hate a band or what they believe, asking for them to die is fucking moronic.

  • frost@work

    I just hope they work on the whole humor thing a bit. cheezy.

  • Eric Olsen

    Yeah, that’s just crazy about Arnold saying “zee gym”: the dude is not freaking French, that’s it for their credibility.

    I also don’t think the persecution complex is helpful: they said what they said. It was pretty stupid under the circumstances. There was an extreme overreaction, fanned by certain media – in particular (Clear Channel) country radio – and the country music establishment. But they have also been amply defended from many quarters, the pendulum has swung back the other way, their career seems to have not been terribly affected based upon their last concert tour, and it’s time to shut the fuck up about it.

    No plane crashes for anyone, though.

  • http://www.unproductivity.com Tom Johnson

    Theory, it’s a joke. I don’t care enough about the Dixie Chicks to hate them. I just wish they’d shut the hell up and let their music do the talking for them – that’s what real musicians do.

  • The Theory

    haha. ok

  • Chris.

    Wow. The Dixie Chicks aren’t funny at all…