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    What can I say man, she cracks me up! I'll also add that it's awesome having her as a cousin (in-law). Indeed.
  • Anna L.
    Anna just rocques.
  • Erika
    Art + Mothering + Awesomeness=Erika
  • Katie CL
    Awesome cousin-in-law that we get to see way too little.
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    The new Suzanne blog. Like the old one, just more Typepaddy.
  • FUNDamentals Ezine
    Quarterly ezine about the intersection of the spiritual and material. Also I get to work on it.
  • Kim
    If she's as awesome a boss as she is a mom, and you know she is, that kid's gonna be amazing.
  • Myk
    Talented? Aww yeah. Easy to scare? In surplus. Loving and compassionate? You betcha.
  • NathanB
    One smart fella, in the midst of daddyland.
  • Robbie F.
    Robbie is...well, Robbie is Robbie. Intensely.
  • Juliet M.
    We're learning a lot from this very cool mom and friend we've gotten to know recently.
  • Heather B
    Co-founder of a family, magazine, and parent-support network that I've had the privilege to get to know recently.
  • Heather L
    Completely dedicated to making others happy.
  • Katie B.
    Dear sister-in-law who's a new a mommy, which is totally awesome. She's gonna mom the heck out of that child.
  • Anya
    Dear sister-in-law - changing, transforming, learning, creating, erm...arting.
  • dooce
    Mothering and writing.
  • danio
    As much love and joy as 10 men. Semiotician, philosopher, writer, artist, actor, inventor of the word weblo.
  • Liza
    Dear sister-in-law helping the world communicate better, one child at a time.
  • Kari
    Filmmakers view of the world. Proud to call her my friend.
  • Jessica
    Having braved the reservations of South Dakota, she now braves Chicago, all with the voice of an angel.
  • Bahiyyih
    Awesome mother, awesome friend. (Inventor of the word webble)
  • Lacey
    A wonderful person; host to a family of blogs; the one who started it all for me.
  • Dad
    A great dad.

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Exactly! It's like they're possessed and they're these pure channels for music and energy. It was really amazing to me too. Even if I didn't particularly like the song the experience of living it through them was absolutely captivating. And their relationship was really touching for me too. How they create this thing together and they seem to work together perfectly for what the White Stripes is and is trying to do. I just saw another documentary with him in it called It Might Get Loud (a conversation between Jack White, Jimmy Page and The Edge) and he played his favorite song, this song by Son House, and he said that the White Stripes is basically just trying to play this song in their own way. Really interesting.

Nathan B.

After watching this clip, I was really pumped to see this, too. I hadn't ever seen any of their stuff live, so it was hypnotic to see how raw and emotive the music is on stage.

So many songs where Jack moves from the front mic to the mic facing Meg, and it's clear he's not just singing the song, but singing/screaming the lyrics at her, or she's screaming the lyrics at him vicariously through his voice. Like "white moon". Like "jolene". Like "black jack davy". I've never seen anything like that kind of catharsis, at least this bluntly.

And that soccer-stadiumish "7 man army" chant gives me chills every time.

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