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April 21, 2009

A Vodka Movie by Zach Galifianakis, Tim and Eric

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 12:16 PM | | Comments (7)
Categories: Random stuff


Chris Sligh Alert!
He co-wrote the current number 1 Country song by Rascal Flatts “Here Comes Goodbye.”

He’s currently working on his new Christian Rock album.

Zack G. is one of the best. Teamed with Tim and Eric could melt faces with funnyness.


My last two post under "Hard Times For Chris Sligh"

Rascal Flatts have recorded a song co-written by Chris Sligh & Clint Lagerberg entitled "Here Comes Goodbye". It is the first single off their new album, "Unstoppable",which has an April release date.
It entered the Country Music charts in position #29.

Hear it here:

Posted by: GDA | January 30, 2009 4:31 PM

"Here Comes Goodbye" is the title of a song written by American Idol season 6 finalist Chris Sligh and Clint Lagerberg. It was recorded by the country pop group Rascal Flatts, who released it in January 2009 as their twenty-third single, and the first from their sixth album, Unstoppable. This song debuted at #29 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts dated for February 7, 2009 and became their tenth Number One on the chart dated April 25, 2009.

source: Wikipedia

Anyhow, nice you noticed.

sorry Sam, but am i the only person who doesn't get/can't stand Tim & Eric? there's got to be someone else.

Sorry GDA. I just saw it on and thought of this blog. We can never have too mand Sligh updates.

I feel weird for even knowing this but Absolut apparently just gave Zach Galifahuh a bunch of money and complete control to make a few commercials and were horrified with what he came up with. There are three altogether and they are equally hilarious in my opinion.

I'm with Allan and Absolut, it's positively tedious. If I was at Absolut I'd be horrified by spending a lot money on a commerical that not only doesn't sell the product but does nothing to enhance Absolut's reputation.

At least in the fifties, the Bert & Harry Piel's commericals by Bob & Ray people enjoyed and talked about even if it didn't sell Piel's Beer.

The following isn't the best example as it is dated and humor has evolved,
but it's the only one I could find.
Bert and Harry Piel at the Hockey Game:

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