Chip: "Isn't their name a bit politically-incorrect for the sensitive climate of Larryville? Shouldn't it be 'Cowperson Native-American Bear.'"
Let's take a look at some excerpts from a recent Pitch article about the band:
"Let's get one thing straight from the get-go: There is no Cowboy, there is no Indian, and there is no Bear. 'Cowboy Indian Bear is a superhero who manifests himself through our music.' explains Marty Hillard..."
"As the EP proves, there's also a certain feeling you get with a new band — one of brotherly Bear love."
"We don't do this so we can get drunk as fuck and hang out at bars and hit on groupies," Bruns says.
Richard: "What is wrong with these guys?!"
See you at the Replay.
As part of National Dump the Pump Day, which encourages people to hop on bikes and public transportation, Larryville's ever-troubled bus system, the T, is offering free rides all day. Will the boys wait in the scorching summer heat at their local busstops for these perpetually late, brokedown behemoths, one of which mysteriously caught fire last week (although, naturally, no passengers were on board at the time)? Don't count on it.
In the LJ-World talkbacks, OneEye_Wilbur makes almost exactly the same joke Chip was slated to make here:
"a great way to turn a losing transporation system into a bigger loser."
People magazine failed the boys again this week by not choosing them as "Summer's Hottest Bachelor," going intead with Gossip Girl's Chace Crawford (we'll include photos below in a vain attempt to lure women readers back to our blog...Beth, we miss you! are you out there?). Crawford beat out such better-known stars as High School Musical's Zac Efron and that pussy vampire kid Robert Pattinson from Twilight.
Richard: "I wish People had a contest for most fatherly, rich, and smart-looking bachelor!"
Chip: "I honestly think I'd have had a chance this year if I lived in a bachelor pad that was just a bit swankier. The ladies don't like getting banged at Berkley Flats.