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  1. Really? Drawing a similarity seems a stretch, but equating the two as same seems downright bizarre.

  2. So what would you have me do, Brian? Offer the following ridiculous observation, written (believe it or not) in Rolling Stone:

    “But ‘Radio Nowhere’ is actually about how we speak and listen to each other through the murk –”Is there anybody alive out there?”he growls, over and over –and how a firm beat, some Telecaster sting and the robust peal of Clarence Clemons’ saxophone can still tell you more about the human condition than a thousand op-ed words.”

    And have you listened to the two songs back to back? Come on.

  3. Okay, Ed, I just saw your recent post with the evidence, and wow, shush my mouth.

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