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What about Toby Keith?

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I thought he would be around for this cause! Wink

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Hi Tibbs... This is ROCK, if he joins he'll have to sell his Ford and get a Chevy.. (Like A Rock).. Happy

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Are these shows free admission?

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I heard someone complaining about the fact that these shows aren't to raise MONEY, but AWARENESS.

Can't feed people on awareness.


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free admission

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and they want people to put pressure on government to fight poverty.

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They want people to pressure government??

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I'm not knocking the cause here but it occurs to me, at least in the US, the government is not supposed to have its own money in the first place. Anything funneled through the government here seems to lose some of its value in that process.;)

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They want the G8 countries to waive the debt

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Owed by African countries, among other things.

And no, the concerts were not free.

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Or rather tickets WERE free originally

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but then resold for as much as $1800 some places.

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MTV Commercials are pushing 'Live Aid' DVDs, though

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with the proceeds going to the fund set up "twenty years ago today..." They'll probably be doing the same with DVDs/CDs from Live 8, as well.

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