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ts that time of year again. I can smell it in the air… Its time for me and my husband to scrape up every last penny we have on this earth and purchase our beloved Bear Creek Music Festival Tickets. With late night sets consisting of Medeski, Scofield, Martin, & Wood, The Trey Anastasio Band, New Mastersounds, Zach Deputy, and Lettuce we really have no other choice. Buy tickets or die trying. I remember last year, the super funky New Mastersounds played a fantastic late night set. Their drummer, Simon Allen, visited us at our campsite even later that night. He approached our fire in complete silence and sat down next to us. We didn’t even know who the guy was before he eventually began to speak with us. When we detected the English accent we all knew exactly who he was.

He asked us how we liked the show, and we commenced to make small talk with the man we had all just been staring at (in awe) for about two hours. Bear Creek Music Festival is held in Live Oak Florida. Go to: http://www.bearcreekmusicfestival.com/ to learn about ticket pricing and (more importantly!) the kick-ass Lineup. What are some of my favorites, you ask? Ahem… Rubblebucket, Saint Francis, & Dopapod, of course. If you are hungry for new music, look them up. I promise, 60% of the time, they’ll work every time. I’d love to see a few 11th Hour readers in the crowds at Bear Creek. But for now, I’ll settle for seeing a few 11th Hour readers on our Facebook page! Come say something interesting!! You guys are great. See you at happy hour.

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cannot get over how many students are now swarming Statesboro. Having gone to a small high school, and a small liberal arts university, I never quite got to know what it’s like to be surrounded by people my age everywhere I go. In WalMart you have to stand and wait just to enter each isle, and you can forget about finding a good parking space. Last time I went, they didn’t even have a cart available for me to use! This, among other reasons, is why I believe it is important for us, yes even students, to think about where we are spending our money, and why. Why are we dumping all of our monetary resources on a company who doesn’t treat its customers or its employees well? Wal-Mart doesn’t care about the quality of their products, and they sure as hell don’t care about the quality of their customer service. They are exploiting foreign laborers with low wages, and they are exploiting American laborers by treating them carelessly and making it nearly impossible for them to get benefits. My husband, who put up with their crap as an employee for over a year, can vouch for that. As the economy steadily weakens, Wal-Mart stands strong and mighty. Though they attribute their success to the low prices, I believe they are relying on the desperation of the masses to secure their place in our lives and in our pockets. But we are not that desperate, and as citizens of Statesboro, we have many other options.

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We must stop taking the easy-way-out by opting for Wal-Mart for each of our purchases. Through November, we have an amazing farmer’s market Downtown available to us each and every Saturday from 9am to 12:30pm. You can be purchasing fresh local fruits and vegetables while putting money in the hands of hard working Southern families. We even have a Farmer’s Market 2 Go where you can order whatever groceries you might need, and they will be ready for pick up at Magnolia Bakery. And clothing? We can’t all afford to invest in high priced labels, but there is a happy medium between Gucci and the Wal-Mart apparel that won’t last you more than two washes. Label Stalker is a local resale boutique that has lightly used name brand clothing at fantastic prices. Shopping there instead of Wal-Mart will create less waste, and again, your money will be going to support hard working small business owners. Being conscious buyers in this economy is necessary. We think we need the ridiculously low prices Wal-Mart can offer us, but to what expense? By giving them all of your money, you are rejecting the small businesses that make Statesboro what it is, and what it can be. Support local businesses, support local farmers, support local restaurants, and last but not least, SUPPORT LOCAL LIVE MUSIC!! AMY MERRITT


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What do people have to say about the band line-up for Rock Feast Music Festival coming to Dos Primos on October 1st? • “Holly Hell. I think I’m going to have a heart attack,” • “Sons of Brooke are gonna need longer than 20 minutes!! They’re gonna tear that place apart,” • “That sounds delicious” Bands such as Iron Whip, Shadows of Creation, Grievances, Broken Time, and Next Level Ensemble will also be performing. For only $6, adults 18 and up can rage out all evening starting at 5pm when the doors open. For those of you who don’t know that Black Tusk is headlining Rock Feast at Dos Primos on October 1st… Get your head in the game. How often do we get a chance to host a band that tours all over the country AND Europe? These guys are the real shit and they’re coming HERE. To stimulate your sludge metal appetite here’s a quick Q & A between yours truly and Andrew Fidler, the guitarist of Black Tusk. You’re welcome in advance. I’m new in town, Have you played in Statesboro before? No, actually we’ve never played there before. We’ve played all over the country, and even in Europe, but we’ve never played in Statesboro before. We figured, we know our fans are traveling to come see us, so we should come see

you guys too. We’re not even in regular touring dates right now, but Statesboro is so close to Savannah we figured, hell yea, let’s go rock the place. I know I can’t be the only one wondering this: If you could have a super power while playing a rock show, what would it be? Hmm, to never break a string during a show. I think that would be pretty badass. So, if you could do a single collaboration track with anyone in the world, who would it be? Lemmy. You know, from Motorhead. I’ve never been to a Black Tusk show before, or any metal show

for that matter. What should I expect? You should expect lots of loud music and drunk sweaty people have a good time together. You should wear earplugs. Yea, definitely wear earplugs! Thanks Andrew, you can believe I will take your advice when Rock Feast finally rolls around. And then, when we’re all in Dos Primos writhing around in each other’s sweat and beer, at the most epic guitar solo ever, I will rip the earplugs out and throw them onto the floor spectacularly! And, of course, my soul will be accepted into metal heaven, which paradoxically looks a lot like hell. I look forward to it. AMY MERRITT 11thHourOnline.com 5


SEEING RED

SARAH PALIN: SERIOUS THREAT OR SIDESHOW? BILL KNOWLES Active member of the Republican Party

eptember 3rd will mark a monumental day in American political history. There are widespread reports that former Alaska Governor and Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be announcing that she will be running for President at a Tea Party rally in Indianola, Iowa. (The original venue in Waukee had to be moved as it was thought to be too small to hold the crowd expected for the announcement.) Why is this so monumental? Because this will mark the first time in the history of the United States that two women, Palin and Michelle Bachmann, will be contenders at the same time for a major party’s nomination. The question will be this, however: Will Palin's candidacy be one to be taken as a serious threat or will it become a circus sideshow? Unfortunately, Sarah Palin's quest for the Vice-Presidency started off like a meteor only to come crashing down to earth after the Katie Couric interview. From that time on, Governor Palin was trounced upon by not only the media, but members of the Democrat Party as well as members of her own party. In my opinion, Palin has handled things well.

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Extremely well as a matter of fact. She's had to take the abuse from the media regarding her daughter's out of wedlock child. (Though for some reason, people of the media seem to forget that Jesse Jackson fathered a child out of wedlock. Jesse never took near the beating that Palin did.) Classless comedians have joked about her baby with Down's Syndrome, showing absolutely no shame whatsoever. Again to her credit, she's handled these attacks with dignity. This has also given Palin's skin the toughness of an elephant. Palin, more than any other candidate the GOP has, has been vetted and taken apart by the other party and by the media. I feel her biggest mistake, which most certainly can be overcome, was when she resigned as Governor of Alaska. It's my opinion that it would have served her better to complete her term, but this wasn't my decision. I do feel that her reason for resigning was valid, however. At the time, Palin was involved in defending a bogus ethics charges against her that not only cost her $500,000 of personal funds, but enveloped her whole days making it impossible to run Alaska. (The state has since adopted laws making it permissible for the state to incur some fees when a public official who is cleared of ethics violations.) She has to keep this in front of the public's eye as this will be the first and most often asked questions by the press.

Middle Georgia, Palin's biggest she stopped signasset is Sarah Palin. ing autographs, I can tell you from shook my hand first hand experiand gave me a sinence that Sarah is cere and genuine the rock star of the thank you. (She Republican Party, signed my as I attended one of Newsweek too...) the first rallies she The sincerity she went to after she showed can't be and John McCain faked. I've seen a lost in 2008. lot of that, trust Senator Saxby me. Jimmy Carter Chambliss was comes to mind... involved in a runoff All in all I would with Jim Martin say that Sarah here in Georgia. It Palin will be a was critical that I would say that Sarah Palin will be a media sideshow Saxby be reelected media sideshow for exactly 30 minutes: for exactly 30 minas the Super the 30 minutes leading up to her utes: the 30 minMajority of the U.S. announcement. After that, she will move utes leading up to Senate was at stake into the top tier of candidates... her announceand Palin was asked ment. After that, to come to Georgia and help. Well let me tell you, that day at the she will move into the top tier of candidates, Perry Fairgrounds rivaled any Beatles concert probably knocking out at least two lower tiered ever held. It was pandemonium to say the candidates right off the bat, and become a very least, and I can tell you that the excitement sure serious threat for the nomination of the GOP. wasn't for Saxby, although he certainly was her The only other candidate who can create the beneficiary. People like that she can relate to kind of excitement that will be surrounding them in a "downhome" way. I've met a lot of Sarah Palin would be Governor Chris Christie politicians, former Presidents and sports of New Jersey who still insists he is not runheroes and I can tell you that meeting Sarah ning, although I have not heard a categorical Palin was one of the most impressive. Shermanesque statement from him yet. I Although I didn't get a one-on-one discussion don't think that the mainstream media should with her (I was part of the rope line on the way underestimate the lady from Wasilla. But off of the stage.), when I told her that I had Sarah, keep the "You Betcha's" to a minimum if been her's and McCain's campaign manager in you want to stay at the top.

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