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Talking Head Suing Florida Governor

Musician David Byrne is suing Florida governor and U.S. Senate candidate Charlie Crist for allegedly using the Talking Heads song "Road To Nowhere" in a campaign commercial without securing the proper clearances. What do you think?

  • "That's a bad move. Everybody knows that if you want to win in Florida it's Emilio Estefan all the way."

    Ray Wolff
    Security Consultant
  • "But I always do what the Talking Heads tells me. When I heard them in that Dial soap commercial, I ditched Ivory after years of loyalty!"

    Lydia Cheffins
    Bar Tender
  • "Sorry, I'm not too up on my Florida politics. Does Charlie Crist want to build an actual road to nowhere?"

    Allen Mattson
    Ton-Container Filler
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