Jeff Tweedy Legal Pad

While many have praised Wilco's Jeff Tweedy for his effortless (if tortured) genius, the recent discovery of his personal legal pad reveals a calculating artist bent on destroying the critical community from within. This private Tweedy despises the journalists who adore him, so much so that he wants to tear apart the perfect pop melody he crafted in his early career just to prove the critics' intellectual bankruptcy. In addition to a struggle with drugs and alcohol, Tweedy nursed an apparent addiction to Saved by the Bell and Matt Damon, a surprise to many of his longtime fans. Also, he seems confused about capitalization. Below are exclusive excerpts from Jeff Tweedy Legal Pad. --Editor Shaw Denne-Freude
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