Wednesday, October 13, 2004

DRYDOCK: The horrors of the various hurricanes which battered Florida in the last couple of months destroyed the houses of many, and the lives and livelihoods of others. You might think that if you got away with nothing more than a boat plonked down in your backyard, and it wasn't even your main house, and you were thousands of miles away safe in one of your other houses in England, you'd judge yourself to have got off quite lightly. Not Tori Amos. She got this boat in her backyard:

And boy, is she cranky about it:

"If the system continues to fail us," Amos said Monday in a terse e-mail from England, "then I'm sure our local builders could always turn the boat into firewood."

Or maybe, Tori, the system is struggling to restore power to people, and put roofs over the head of the homeless, and help people who've got real problems before dealing with divas who've got an untidy backyard.

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