Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
Last night's Prairie Home Companion featured a wonderful, euphoria-inducing Rhubarb…
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Last night's Prairie Home Companion featured a wonderful, euphoria-inducing Rhubarb Pie sketch, which almost made up for an awful, superlatively tasteless song infusing gospel into a The-Day-The-World-Trade-Towers-Fell ballad. And I do mean "full of wonder" and "full of awe," respectively. Leonard and I were both awed at how bad that ballad was. What happened, Gar?