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#11621 May 10, 2009

it was obvious to everyone including Brandy and Annie that Clint's jingle was the best. The crap about it being country is ridiculous. I watched that part of the episode again and I know a thing or tow about radio and Clint's jingle wasn't country. I would classify it as a country cross over song. The only thing I can fault Clint on is that he should have focus on the product's convenience like the execs mentioned. Also, Clint's voice is uber recognizable and pleasant to the ear even if you don't like country music. I don't know the execs were thinking. And even if it were country, I saw a commercial the other day with Carrie Underwood and she sang some country jingle. The execs were crazy for choosing Annie's jingle over Clint's. A Grammy singer is a much better idea for a jingle singer than some unknown singer. Annie's jingle was way too corny or something you would hear a kindergarten teacher singing. But this is show biz and they just wanted to get rid of Clint. He was such a good sport about it.

--- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "A. Williams" awilliams@...> wrote:

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> --- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "drakingson" drakingson@> wrote:

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> > I kinda thought Clint might go home. After hearing the song he created I wasn't blown away. It was too low key.

> I agree but I have to say the bias against country music in a commercial by the executives was a bit offensive: I'm not wild about it, but it seems to me that many mothers making tuna fish sandwiches or salads would be. Most Americans don't live in LA and NY. And the tune could have been used for various styles of music. Clint could be infuriating, but there is something attractive about a man who is so self-confident and bold.

>

> > I was so happy when Brandy and Jesse got fired. They've been clinging to Moma Annie's (David Duke's sister) apron strings long enough. It was just time for them to go.

> I agree. Although they are way more likeable, the fact is Annie really has been the driving force, even without her fund raising. The truth is, Piers and DT would have picked Annie over Melissa even if Melissa hadn't been eliminated. And Joan over Melissa. And what if Melissa had won: could Joan have competed against her?

>

> And, as disliked as Annie was, Brande and even Melissa did follow her. She did a great job on the jingle. Probably, she could have done the whole task on her own just fine.

>

> It will be interesting to see which of the old competitors comes back to help. I think everyone likes Joan, Annie, not so much.

>

>

> Ann

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#11622 May 10, 2009

I agree. Trump probably already decided he was gonna pick Annie's cuz he didnt wanna fire her.



Think yer smarter than me? Prove it. Play my trivia.

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From: drakingson drakingson@...>

Subject: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle? Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!

To: The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com

Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009, 2:58 AM

it was obvious to everyone including Brandy and Annie that Clint's jingle

was the best. The crap about it being country is ridiculous. I watched that

part of the episode again and I know a thing or tow about radio and Clint's

jingle wasn't country. I would classify it as a country cross over song.

The only thing I can fault Clint on is that he should have focus on the

product's convenience like the execs mentioned. Also, Clint's voice is

uber recognizable and pleasant to the ear even if you don't like country

music. I don't know the execs were thinking. And even if it were country, I

saw a commercial the other day with Carrie Underwood and she sang some country

jingle. The execs were crazy for choosing Annie's jingle over Clint's.

A Grammy singer is a much better idea for a jingle singer than some unknown

singer. Annie's jingle was way too corny or something you would hear a

kindergarten teacher singing. But this is show biz and they just wanted to get

rid of Clint. He was such a good sport about it.



--- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "A. Williams"

awilliams@...> wrote:

>

> --- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "drakingson"

drakingson@> wrote:

> >

> > I kinda thought Clint might go home. After hearing the song he

created I wasn't blown away. It was too low key.

> I agree but I have to say the bias against country music in a commercial

by the executives was a bit offensive: I'm not wild about it, but it seems

to me that many mothers making tuna fish sandwiches or salads would be. Most

Americans don't live in LA and NY. And the tune could have been used for

various styles of music. Clint could be infuriating, but there is something

attractive about a man who is so self-confident and bold.

>

> > I was so happy when Brandy and Jesse got fired. They've been

clinging to Moma Annie's (David Duke's sister) apron strings long

enough. It was just time for them to go.

> I agree. Although they are way more likeable, the fact is Annie really has

been the driving force, even without her fund raising. The truth is, Piers and

DT would have picked Annie over Melissa even if Melissa hadn't been

eliminated. And Joan over Melissa. And what if Melissa had won: could Joan have

competed against her?

>

> And, as disliked as Annie was, Brande and even Melissa did follow her. She

did a great job on the jingle. Probably, she could have done the whole task on

her own just fine.

>

> It will be interesting to see which of the old competitors comes back to

help. I think everyone likes Joan, Annie, not so much.

>

>

> Ann

>



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#11624 May 10, 2009

I agree with Glenn and Matt. While I neither cared for either jingle, I thought Clint's jingle was more professional and less corny. I guess Trump did not want another country music star to be in the final two for the second straight year.

"We have grasped the mystery of the atom and rejected the Sermon on the Mount.... The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. We know more about war than about peace, more about killing than we know about living." - General of the Army Omar Nelson Bradley



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From: Matt earl9203@...>

To: The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2009 1:28:46 PM

Subject: Re: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle? Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!



I agree. Trump probably already decided he was gonna pick Annie's cuz he didnt wanna fire her.

Think yer smarter than me? Prove it. Play my trivia.

---Links-Are-Forbidden--- --- On Sun, 5/10/09, drakingson drakingson@yahoo. com> wrote:

From: drakingson drakingson@yahoo. com>

Subject: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle? Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!

To: The_Apprentice@ yahoogroups. com

Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009, 2:58 AM

it was obvious to everyone including Brandy and Annie that Clint's jingle

was the best. The crap about it being country is ridiculous. I watched that

part of the episode again and I know a thing or tow about radio and Clint's

jingle wasn't country. I would classify it as a country cross over song.

The only thing I can fault Clint on is that he should have focus on the

product's convenience like the execs mentioned. Also, Clint's voice is

uber recognizable and pleasant to the ear even if you don't like country

music. I don't know the execs were thinking. And even if it were country, I

saw a commercial the other day with Carrie Underwood and she sang some country

jingle. The execs were crazy for choosing Annie's jingle over Clint's.

A Grammy singer is a much better idea for a jingle singer than some unknown

singer. Annie's jingle was way too corny or something you would hear a

kindergarten teacher singing. But this is show biz and they just wanted to get

rid of Clint. He was such a good sport about it.

--- In The_Apprentice@ yahoogroups. com, "A. Williams"

awilliams@. ..> wrote:

>

> --- In The_Apprentice@ yahoogroups. com, "drakingson"

drakingson@ > wrote:

> >

> > I kinda thought Clint might go home. After hearing the song he

created I wasn't blown away. It was too low key.

> I agree but I have to say the bias against country music in a commercial

by the executives was a bit offensive: I'm not wild about it, but it seems

to me that many mothers making tuna fish sandwiches or salads would be. Most

Americans don't live in LA and NY. And the tune could have been used for

various styles of music. Clint could be infuriating, but there is something

attractive about a man who is so self-confident and bold.

>

> > I was so happy when Brandy and Jesse got fired. They've been

clinging to Moma Annie's (David Duke's sister) apron strings long

enough. It was just time for them to go.

> I agree. Although they are way more likeable, the fact is Annie really has

been the driving force, even without her fund raising. The truth is, Piers and

DT would have picked Annie over Melissa even if Melissa hadn't been

eliminated. And Joan over Melissa. And what if Melissa had won: could Joan have

competed against her?

>

> And, as disliked as Annie was, Brande and even Melissa did follow her. She

did a great job on the jingle. Probably, she could have done the whole task on

her own just fine.

>

> It will be interesting to see which of the old competitors comes back to

help. I think everyone likes Joan, Annie, not so much.

>

>

> Ann

>

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#11625 May 10, 2009

I'm convinced that Clint actually wanted to go home.. I think he'd had enough of being on the show.. He certainly took enough crap.

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--- On Sun, 5/10/09, drakingson drakingson@...> wrote:

From: drakingson drakingson@...>

Subject: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle? Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!

To: The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com

Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009, 3:58 AM

it was obvious to everyone including Brandy and Annie that Clint's jingle was the best. The crap about it being country is ridiculous.. I watched that part of the episode again and I know a thing or tow about radio and Clint's jingle wasn't country. I would classify it as a country cross over song.. The only thing I can fault Clint on is that he should have focus on the product's convenience like the execs mentioned. Also, Clint's voice is uber recognizable and pleasant to the ear even if you don't like country music. I don't know the execs were thinking. And even if it were country, I saw a commercial the other day with Carrie Underwood and she sang some country jingle.. The execs were crazy for choosing Annie's jingle over Clint's. A Grammy singer is a much better idea for a jingle singer than some unknown singer.. Annie's jingle was way too corny or something you would hear a kindergarten teacher singing. But this is show biz and they just wanted

to get rid of Clint.. He was such a good sport about it.



--- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "A. Williams" awilliams@...> wrote:

>

> --- In The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com, "drakingson" drakingson@> wrote:

> >

> > I kinda thought Clint might go home. After hearing the song he created I wasn't blown away. It was too low key..

> I agree but I have to say the bias against country music in a commercial by the executives was a bit offensive: I'm not wild about it, but it seems to me that many mothers making tuna fish sandwiches or salads would be. Most Americans don't live in LA and NY. And the tune could have been used for various styles of music. Clint could be infuriating, but there is something attractive about a man who is so self-confident and bold.

>.

> > I was so happy when Brandy and Jesse got fired. They've been clinging to Moma Annie's (David Duke's sister) apron strings long enough. It was just time for them to go.

> I agree. Although they are way more likeable, the fact is Annie really has been the driving force, even without her fund raising. The truth is, Piers and DT would have picked Annie over Melissa even if Melissa hadn't been eliminated. And Joan over Melissa. And what if Melissa had won: could Joan have competed against her?

>

> And, as disliked as Annie was, Brande and even Melissa did follow her. She did a great job on the jingle. Probably, she could have done the whole task on her own just fine.

>

> It will be interesting to see which of the old competitors comes back to help. I think everyone likes Joan, Annie, not so much.

>

>

> Ann

>







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#11626 May 10, 2009

Ok, it's possible that Trump was the one who was wanting to get rid of Clint instead of Clint just wanting to go, but if it was Trump's call then that was to set up the final two as Joan and Annie.. Either way, I don't think Clint minded leaving!

--- On Sun, 5/10/09, George xslider.geo@...> wrote:

From: George xslider.geo@...>

Subject: Re: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle? Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!

To: The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com

Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009, 1:54 PM

I agree with Glenn and Matt.. While I neither cared for either jingle, I thought Clint's jingle was more professional and less corny.. I guess Trump did not want another country music star to be in the final two for the second straight year.

"We have grasped the mystery of the atom and rejected the Sermon on the Mount.... The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. We know more about war than about peace, more about killing than we know about living." - General of the Army Omar Nelson Bradley



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From: Matt earl9203@...>

To: The_Apprentice@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2009 1:28:46 PM

Subject: Re: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle?. Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!



I agree. Trump probably already decided he was gonna pick Annie's cuz he didnt wanna fire her.

Think yer smarter than me? Prove it. Play my trivia.

---Links-Are-Forbidden--- On Sun, 5/10/09, drakingson drakingson@yahoo. com> wrote:

From: drakingson drakingson@yahoo. com>

Subject: [The_Apprentice] What's The Best Jingle? Clint Black's-- Naturally!!!

To: The_Apprentice@ yahoogroups. com

Date: Sunday, May 10, 2009, 2:58 AM

it was obvious to everyone including Brandy and Annie that Clint's jingle

was the best. The crap about it being country is ridiculous.. I watched that

part of the episode again and I know a thing or tow about radio and Clint's

jingle wasn't country. I would classify it as a country cross over song.

The only thing I can fault Clint on is that he should have focus on the

product's convenience like the execs mentioned. Also, Clint's voice is

uber recognizable and pleasant to the ear even if you don't like country

music. I don't know the execs were thinking. And even if it were country, I

saw a commercial the other day with Carrie Underwood and she sang some country

jingle.. The execs were crazy for choosing Annie's jingle over Clint's.

A Grammy singer is a much better idea for a jingle singer than some unknown

singer.. Annie's jingle was way too corny or something you would hear a

kindergarten teacher singing. But this is show biz and they just wanted to get

rid of Clint.. He was such a good sport about it.

--- In The_Apprentice@ yahoogroups. com, "A. Williams"

awilliams@. ..> wrote:

>

> --- In The_Apprentice@ yahoogroups. com, "drakingson"

drakingson@ > wrote:

> >

> > I kinda thought Clint might go home. After hearing the song he

created I wasn't blown away. It was too low key.

> I agree but I have to say the bias against country music in a commercial

by the executives was a bit offensive: I'm not wild about it, but it seems

to me that many mothers making tuna fish sandwiches or salads would be. Most

Americans don't live in LA and NY. And the tune could have been used for

various styles of music. Clint could be infuriating, but there is something

attractive about a man who is so self-confident and bold.

>

> > I was so happy when Brandy and Jesse got fired. They've been

clinging to Moma Annie's (David Duke's sister) apron strings long

enough. It was just time for them to go.

> I agree. Although they are way more likeable, the fact is Annie really has

been the driving force, even without her fund raising. The truth is, Piers and

DT would have picked Annie over Melissa even if Melissa hadn't been

eliminated. And Joan over Melissa. And what if Melissa had won: could Joan have

competed against her?

>

> And, as disliked as Annie was, Brande and even Melissa did follow her. She

did a great job on the jingle. Probably, she could have done the whole task on

her own just fine.

>

> It will be interesting to see which of the old competitors comes back to

help. I think everyone likes Joan, Annie, not so much.

>

>

> Ann

>






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