Saturday, October 21, 2006

The Stupidsheet Wall of Fame! Inaugural Award!

OK so this is not an award for anyone's blog, journal, or anything like that. That's been covered very well the last couple of days.

But I figure, anyone can have an award program, right? Mine are going to be typically dumb, and fairly worthless. The fun thing here is, there is no nomination process, no vote gathering.

Nope, it's pretty much up to us. We see something we think is Fame-worthy, we're gonna hand out a plaque.

And so, without any further noise, allow us to introduce the first recipient of a plaque on the Stupidsheet Wall Of Fame (we can't afford a whole hall, and we found this great place behind the dumpsters)

This evening, during the 7th inning stretch of Game 1 of the 2006 World Series in Detroit, a former American Idol contestant, Jennifer Hudson, was introduced to give a rendition of "God Bless America".

Ms Hudson then proceeded to butcher the poor song right on national TV.

Folks, when performing an old standard such as this, take these tips from ol' Stupid:

  1. Do not rewrite the song on the fly. The composer wrote those notes. Respect that.
  2. not scream.
  3. If a certain note is not in your voice-range, The World Series is probably not the best time to experiment. I have a feeling there are quite a few broken panes of glass after tonight's performance.

But, Ms. Hudson didn't play nice, and so, here is the first-ever Stupidsheet Wall Of Fame Plaque for Ms Jennifer Hudson. Congratulations!


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