October 27, 2004

Are you kidding me?

Did Scott Fucking Stapp just sing "God Bless America" on my TV?

Damn you St. Louis Cardinals, damn you all to hell!

Posted by Frinklin at October 27, 2004 07:40 PM

I, needless to say, am disturbed beyond words. I thought they couldn't do worse than Donna Summer. I was wrong. If we must have God Bless America (and I don't see why), put it before the game, out of the spotlight. Either that or show some respect and get a real singer to perform it.

Posted by: Mediocre Fred at October 27, 2004 07:44 PM

Well, the explains the sweep. God. Is. Pissed.

And apparently a fan of preemptive action...

Posted by: Richard at October 27, 2004 10:11 PM

After Donna Summer and Scott Stapp, what else could have been planned? Boy George? Toby Keith? The mind boggles...

Posted by: frinklin at October 27, 2004 10:18 PM

Don't forget about Steven Tyler's mangling of The Star Spangled Banner in Boston...

Not a good series from musical perspective.

Posted by: Richard at October 27, 2004 10:54 PM

Dare I say it, the best musical performance of the World Series was in Game 1 when Kelly Clarkson sang "God Bless America".

Yes folks, that's right. The best musical performance came from an "American Idol" contestant. I was expecting Dennis DeYoung to come out and sing. Maybe Mike Reno as well, complete with leather jacket and headband.

Alter Bridge > Creed. Scott Stapp is horrible.

Posted by: Jeremy at October 29, 2004 03:20 AM

Ronan Tynan in New York probably did the best renditions of "God Bless America" in the entire playoffs. Of course, if they brought out Daniel Rodriguez again, it'd probably be him. But Scott Stapp, damn...I didn't mention it over on our blog because I would just get onto a four-paragraph roll about how badly I hate Stapp.

I did flip away during that 7th-inning stretch, by the way. I couldn't subject myself to that.

Posted by: David at October 29, 2004 10:19 AM
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