So I posted this little entry on Tuesday night. Little did I know it'd be all over the Interwebs by this afternoon.
The worst part is that they're all crediting me, not the poor little news station that I found it on. They're all like "The Dallas Observer reports that..." and I'm all like "Say what?"
I've officially started a brouhaha.
I'm sure Kix Brooks is digging this, though. My post--in which, I'll have you know, I pretty much said that there's no chance that the festival will leave Nashville and that there's even less of a chance that Dallas gets it--has drummed up all sorts o' press for Brooks' "get paid" crusade in CMA Fest's home town. So, you're welcome, Kix. Put me in your next album's liner notes. -- Pete Freedman
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