I complain a lot about things that should be done. Simple things that seem so obvious and yet no one seems to care but me. Just a few weeks ago I was telling a friend of mine that I think it's ridiculous that they still play "Rock N' Roll Part 2" at football games. (In case you don't know the name, it's the song that everyone goes, "Hey!" when it plays). Gary Glitter, the guy who wrote and played the song is in prison in England for molesting children. "It's crazy," I said, "That the NFL owners don't get together and ban this song because the guy is getting royalties every time they play it."
Last week in Newsweek:
Sept. 4, 2006 issue - The NFL has effectively banned stadiums from playing Gary Glitter's "Rock and Roll Part 2" after the Brit rocker was convicted of molesting underage girls in Vietnam, prompting a search for a substitute celebratory anthem.
I love it when a plan comes together.