"Bondy's lyrics and stage banter from the Jackpot's stage were almost unintelligible."
Richard: "I think this comment on the Jackpot's sound pretty much goes without saying. Must be a new reviewer."
The piece also offers this interesting description of Bondy's work:
"Bondy's songwriting pinpointed the sound of coming down from a bender in a rural Midwestern town."
Chip: "Why not just say that he sounded like someone throwing up?"
The boys love books about cats, such as Dewey: The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched the World (a major recent bestseller), and they are very excited about this week's release of Making Rounds With Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat. (almost certain to be a huge bestseller).
You've likely heard of Oscar, who was the subject of a controversial piece in the New England Journal of Medicine due to his ability to predict the imminent death of nursing home patients and even awarded a plaque for his distinguished service.
Chip: "That death-cat shares the shit out of me, but I will certainly read his extraordinary tale."
The book hits shelves tomorrow.