The columnist George Will recently wrote about the new movie Up in the Air. While breezily discoursing on the emotional pain of the worst unemployment record in decades, Will happened to mention that the "opening soundtrack" to the movie, featuring a new version of Woody Guthrie's classic This Land is Your Land, was (and I quote) "weird." Check out the song for yourself, via the interesting free music site LaLa: Will, the bow-tied baseball-ed embodiment of white-bread conservatism, is about as stuffy as a man can be, so it's no surprise that he completely misses the point of this funkified …
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