Barenaked Ladies Benefit Show Disrupted By Wandering Drunk Who Misinterpreted The Concert Bill But Decided To Giver ‘Er a Tug Anyway

Steve Page of The Barenaked Ladies claims that barenaked ladies are his favorite people to look at. Years after starting the band, Page claimed the only reason he named the band The Barenaked Ladies was so he could look at barenaked ladies all day, and no one would think he had a problem with looking at too many barenaked ladies. His plan worked flawlessly... until today.

Under the moniker of Captain Banarama, Steve Page has declared the archaic music-pricing model useless. You know, that style of music pricing the old farts at the RIAA like to champion. You know, sales based on some kind of tangible product instead of an all-encompassing license-based distribution model where you pay a flat rate every month to download what you want, completely unencumbered. It sounds like a pretty swell deal to me, this whole flat-rate monthly deal, and Steve Page of The Barenaked Ladies, who also happens to enjoy looking at barenaked ladies, agrees. In fact, you could claim the idea came from him, because he was talking about it a week or so ago, and Ars Technica was writing what he was saying down, and they wrote it out again, but neater, on their website (of sorts), and then I read it and disregarded it and came up with a cooler story with robots and ninjas that I'm not letting you read. Instead, you get to read this, which I've decided to write while taking a dump.

Crazy how the big news world happens, eh? I always thought it would be a little more glamorous, you know... working in a office with a water cooler, and a cute little blond down in accounting that won't even give me the time of day.

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