Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by islstl, Aug 2, 2009.
I'm taking Andy Dick.
I'm going with the music trifecta of:
I didn't say he was more popular.
I said in my opinion he was more talented.
Nike sells better than converse does, but I've never had a pir of Nikes outlast my Chuck Taylors.
Best selling isn't always best quality.
Again, this is just my personal opinion of their work.
I mean really, "Silly Little Love Songs" reached #1. :huh:
couple of guys with egos like John and Paul, no way they would ever try to get the glory over someone else.
again, this all just a matter of my opinion.
I personally prefer Harrison's work over McCartney's
i watched the best of the comedy central roasts this past weekend and it's very coincidental how many people on those shows have died (i.e. farrah fawcett, bea arthur, etc) and how many should be next in line... courtney love, artie lange, cloris leachman, betty white, andy dick, flavor flav, etc.
when the one for joan rivers airs this weekend it might be a good place to go scout.
Have to add John Goodman to the list.
Based on what I have seen of him at Mardi Gras in the past, a few more might be his undoing.
The guy from Man Vs Food show
Well, the Beatles were a democracy--four equal votes. Lennon and McCartney never held George back. George held himself back.
Don't forget they let Ringo sing a few tunes also, how high were they?
So did anyone have John Hughes????