Uncle John's Bathroom Reader

We have not one but two severed heads hanging around the office (OK, so they were props that we acquired from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, but still…) A while back, one was put into the fridge as a practical joke. It was in there for a week and no one noticed. – BRI Trina ... See MoreSee Less

14 hours ago

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Michelle BradwayWhere is the other one?1   ·  14 hours ago

Jay NewmanSo that's where it went.14 hours ago

Brian SullivanGotta keep a cool head in your business1   ·  14 hours ago

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Uncle John's Bathroom Reader

Which is the better version of "Layla," Derek and the Dominos, or Eric Clapton Unplugged? – BRI Trina ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Daniel SimmonsOriginal. But they aren't comparable. The original has a frantic desperate feel to it. The unplugged is from an older man, more calm and reserved.8   ·  2 days ago

Scott TobyBoth are Clapton either way but the lead on Derek and the Dominoes is Duane Allman. Kind of like comparing apples and cucumbers5   ·  2 days ago

Fred WhiteAre we going to debate "Hotel California" tomorrow?2   ·  2 days ago

Karen Klatt KjesethReally? The original is a classic, and the remix is a softer, gentler, clean Clapton. Both awesome both unsurpassed2   ·  1 day ago

Steven BucknerThe unplugged version is the first one I heard but the Derek and the Dominoes version is much better.1   ·  1 day ago

Ryan BouslaughOriginal. It was rock and roll perfection and did not need a remake.1   ·  2 days ago

Derek SpringerThe original. Much more emotion to it.1   ·  2 days ago

Lori SmithUnplugged.18 hours ago

Raymond GrandvilleDerek and the dominoes, greatest guitar riff in rick history21 hours ago

Cynthia SchlueterDo I have to choose? Love them both for different reasons.1 day ago

Cesar StoDomingoDerek because of the piano outro :)1 day ago

Robert CorenswetUnplugged1 day ago

Jay BetbezeThe original1 day ago

John Foxclapton1 day ago

Julie O'Briendef Clapton unplugged1 day ago

Allison GainesThe original (Derek and the dominos)1 day ago

Bonnie Multerer DunnEric2 days ago

Gary MorenoDerek and the Dominoes!2 days ago

BobandPati ElsberryOriginal.2 days ago

Randy David PhillipsDerek and the Dominoes2 days ago

Tracey DaggyDerek and the Dominoes...friggin' classic2 days ago

Neil Komorowskithe original2 days ago

Bill OakesThe original captures the angst that Eric was feeling. The unplugged version, while good (I mean, it IS Eric) loses that.2 days ago

Jesse RudolphDerek and the Dominoes! How can you beat possibly the two greatest guitarist of all time playing together?2 days ago

Tina DailyClapton2 days ago

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Augusta: Tune into Talkradio1230 WEZO AM - Italkus.com tomorrow morning at 8:30am EDT for an interview with Gordon "Uncle John" Javna. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Not So “Happy” In Brazil

How some social crusaders used Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” to satirize life in the South American country. In order to draw attention to the urban decay and not-quite-lackluster living conditions in Brazil, host of this summer’s World Cup, activists Leticia Bastos and Amanda Abreu recruited students from Pontifica Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul for a pitch-perfect parody of “Happy” called “Porto (Unhappy).”

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